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Skye's Trail (Angelini, Bk 1)
Skye's Trail - Angelini, Bk 1
Author: Jory Strong
For Skye Delano, the hunt and the kill are sometimes inexorably tied together. — Her origins shrouded behind an impenetrable wall of mental pain, Skye has survived and evolved into a tracker, a hunter who metes out justice to those who prey on the helpless. Alone but not lonely, she's been content with her life. But now her body is changing a...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781419952746
ISBN-10: 1419952749
Publication Date: 10/1/2005
Pages: 225
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 51 ratings
Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc.
Book Type: Paperback
Members Wishing: 1
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reviewed Skye's Trail (Angelini, Bk 1) on + 188 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
I liked The Angelini: Skye's Trail. Skye was a great character; she was strong, independent and did the best she could with the limited information she knew about herself. I was trying to place what exactly bugged me about this book, and it was Gian and Rico. I don't think that they were fleshed out enough. They were definitely the supporting characters to Skye and I wished that I could have gotten a better feel for them. However, I still enjoyed this book and am looking forward to reading the next in this series.
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Helpful Score: 2
A good read, the author has constructed an interesting new paranormal race - the Angelini. The heroine is an Angelini with no knowledge of her past and incomplete knowledge of her powers or needs who spends her time as a hunter for justice. Justice she sometimes administers... As the story progresses she finds her mates - one is a human cop who is not happy with her breaking the laws and exposing herself to danger, the other is a vampire who is not happy about the exposing herself to danger or her ability to throw off his thrall. Neither of them is happy about sharing...

The plot involves missing girls and wannabe vampires... along with murder, assorted mayhem, and black magic. And, oh yeah, neither the cop nor the heroine believe in vampires...

The Angelini series:
Skye's Trail
Syndelle's Possession
Mystic's Run
reviewed Skye's Trail (Angelini, Bk 1) on + 24 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
Plot Summary: Menage Erotica M/F/M. Humans, vampires, and assorted other supernatural beings live in modern day Las Vegas. Skye, an Angelini (vampire hunter) becomes involved in a series of missing persons cases involving the occult. She also becomes involved with a human detective and a vampire.

This is BOOK 1 of "The Angelini Series" (book 2 is: Syndelle's Possession; Book 3: Mystic's Run)

Characters: Skye- an "Angelini" or Vampire Hunter of supernatural origins- is intelligent, capable, independent, tough, and completely lacking in ANY self-restraint whatsoever! She fits right in with her heroes: Rico- a human detective- and Gian- a vampire. The men are good looking, constantly aroused, and... this is about all we really know about them.

Best About This Book: Well, it was hot. There was plenty of action, both in terms of plot and in terms of erotica. These sequences were decently written if you ignore a few plot-holes.

Worst About This Book: There was no romance! None! The characters were "drawn" to each other and had sex all the time. They knew nothing about each other and didn't seem at all interested in remedying this. Even affection was lacking, as it seems that every time they were within 50 feet of each other they lost all control and... YOU KNOW!

Summary: For someone interested in a hot book with decent action sequences and a heroine who thinks for herself (except when she is hormonally impaired), this book is worth a credit. Also, I have heard really good things about the next book (Syndelle's Possession) and the men from that book are introduced here. But for romance... seek elsewhere.
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