Angel's Pain (Wings in the Night #15)
Briar needs just two things: blood and vengeance. The first sustains her immortal life; the second gives it meaning. First on her hit list is Gregor, the renegade vampire who schooled her in brutality, then betrayed and tortured her.
To achieve her deadly ends, Briar joins the inscrutable Reaper and his misfit gang of vampires who are also hunting her...more
Reaper and his gang are on the hunt for Gregor for a multitude of reasons. In fact, as the story goes on, more and more reasons pop up. Soon it seems like each of the good vamps has their own personal vendetta ...more
The romance was rushed and just didn't feel real. Nothing was very real to me about their story. Her older books had more romance in them.
As much as Briar tries to make everyone, including herself, believe she’s emotionless, you get flashes in the novel that are quite the opposite. At the beginning of the novel, Briar finds Crisa outside, looking confused, in pain. Somethings up, and as much as Briar doesn’t want to care, we believe she does.
But she’s out for revenge and revenge only. From her step-father to Gregor, all she wants is her chance at pay-back. And no ma ...more
However, more recently, it is the third book in a trilogy of continuing stories after Demon’s Kiss and Lover’s Bite. This was a great book! We get to find out more about the hero Reaper and the heroine Briar. Ms. Shayne does not disappoint with the plot, character development, or passion in this book. In Lover’s Bite we got to see Rhiannon who was the heroine in Ms. Shayne’s second book in this series Twilight Memories. This time Reaper talks to Rhiannon ...more
Overall I enjoyed the story. Redemption, love, revenge. Good stuff!
Looking forward to more Maggie Shayne books.
It was okay. Nothing special. I mean, I guess it's because I haven't read the previous books in this series prior to reading it but yeah. It's SPG, though. And I read this when I was 13 so... >.<