They soar through the night, unearthly creatures of legends and lore. Three masters of urban fantasy and paranormal romance explore the rapture of the heavens above, and the darkness below in three all-new stories of angels and guardians, and good and evil. Best-selling author Nalini Singh returns to her Guild Hunter universe to tell the story of vampire Noel, and Sharon Shinn returns to her Samaria series to tell the story of a blind angel and the woman helps him---even though she hates and fears angels. Hear these stories and an all-new novella from New York Times best-selling author Ilona Andrews in this exciting collection sure to delight fans of the paranormal.
©2011 Penguin Group (USA), Inc., Andrew Gordon, Ilona Gordon, Nalini Singh, and Sharon Shinn (P)2011 Tantor
Meljean's story is not included. I did notice audible doesn't have her listed as an author but I thought it was an over-site like not listing Renee Raudman as the reader for Ilona's story, which she is BTW.
I haunt the web looking for anything with Ilona Andrews writings, I'm a definite fan! Her stories are always, always full of fun, adventure and romance! She never lets her fans down and I mean Never!
I loved all the stories, but I wish it could have included Ascension by Meljean Brook as the printed version does.
Three stories in one book,......
Maybe Supernatural or one if the other compilation books...
Each story had a favorite scene si it would be hard to pick just one
For me the last story was a moving one
I would say it's worth a credit
this was a collection of short stories, brilliantly done by Nalini Gingh, Sharon Shinn and especially IIona Andrews....I love to read anthologies and collected short stories for reasons that I can listen to some authors I haven't heard before. I was impressed with the two I was not familiar with (Nalini Singh and Sharon Shinn) I especially loved the Ilona Andrews story, she is amazing, I don't know how she comes up with her story lines but in this book I was totally floored and pleased by what she put together for this collection.
I love collections like this, again because it offers a chance to listen to authors I wouldn't normally listen to if they were not in the collection. I will now be looking at books by these authors.
Good book, but Justine Eyre's voice makes it impossible to listen to - I bought a hard copy.
I don't want to name names because I don't remember for sure which narrator it was, but the narrator of the Nalini Singh story has the most unpleasant voice it has been my misfortune to hear. I can not imagine how she has established a career as a narrator with such a grating and unpleasant voice. The stories were good, and the other narrators were fine. Just skip the Nalini Singh story.
I'm a PhD theatre student who loves not proofreading my reviews (sorry) because I have to do enough of that in school. :)
Im a huge Nalini Singh fan an read a Shinn book once so I thought I'd check this out. Not bad - the first was more sexual, the second was a bit tedious and seemed to be just a segment where two people meet and lots of stuff is revealed (stuff the reader won't care about unless this has anything to do with a story she already has written), and the third was actually a story I wanted to read more of.
I am not sure if any of the authors' fans would enjoy these stories.
The authors could have written these stories on par with their more popular series/stories.
Yes the only saving grace for these mediocre stories were the good narrations by Justine Eyre and Coleen Marlo. However, the narrators can only do so much when the actual given material is not good.
Save your credits and look elsewhere for better stories.
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