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Angel's Ink By Jocelynn Drake Angel s Ink Buyer beware Looking for a tattoo and maybe a little something extra a burst of good luck a dollop of true love or even a hex on an ex Head to the quiet and mysterious Gage the best skin artist in

  • Title: Angel's Ink
  • Author: Jocelynn Drake
  • ISBN: 9780062117854
  • Page: 146
  • Format: Paperback
  • Angel's Ink By Jocelynn Drake Buyer beware .Looking for a tattoo and maybe a little something extra a burst of good luck, a dollop of true love, or even a hex on an ex Head to the quiet and mysterious Gage, the best skin artist in town Using unique potions a blend of extraordinary ingredients and special inks to etch the right symbol, he can fulfill any heart s desire But in a place like Low ToBuyer beware .Looking for a tattoo and maybe a little something extra a burst of good luck, a dollop of true love, or even a hex on an ex Head to the quiet and mysterious Gage, the best skin artist in town Using unique potions a blend of extraordinary ingredients and special inks to etch the right symbol, he can fulfill any heart s desire But in a place like Low Town, where elves, faeries, trolls, werewolves, and vampires happily walk among humanity, everything has its price.No one knows that better than Gage Turning his back on his own kind, he left the magical Ivory Tower where cruel witches and warlocks rule, a decision that cost him the right to practice magic And if he disobeys, his punishment execution will be swift.Though he s tried to fly under the radar, Gage can t hide from powerful warlocks who want him dead or the secrets of his own past But with the help of his friends, Trixie, a gorgeous elf who hides her true identity, and a hulking troll named Bronx, Gage might just make it through this enchanted world alive.
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    1. Maja (The Nocturnal Library) on said:

      I m always excited about new urban fantasy series, hoping I ll discover a new Kate Daniels, new Mercy Thompson or Kara Gillian or in this case, a new Atticus O Sullivan I never do, of course, but a girl can dream, right In many ways, Angel s Ink was better than I expected, but parts of it were disappointing as well I ll try not to focus only on them Gage is a loner, owner of the Asylum Tattoo Parlor and the only person ever to escape the infamous Ivory Towers, home of warlocks and witches He was [...]

    2. Erica Ravenclaw on said:

      Update 9 27 I had given this 2 stars on the singular premise of a good idea This was a gross misuse of stars I am retracting that previous rating and instating the appropriate ZERO I climbed in bed and realized I had forgotten to update my kindle and all that was on there unread was this piece of garbage I decided as I had not gotten to the sex scene I would read on, perhaps it had some unforeseen redeeming qualities, I plowed on As I suspected it was not long off from the point in which I decid [...]

    3. D.G. on said:

      3.5 stars Gage is a warlock in hiding, living his life as a tattoo artist, when pretty much everybody and his mother wants a piece of him After a tattoo went wrong or terribly right, depending on your POV , his former mentor tries to kill him and his friends are threatened, Gage decides that enough is enough.I really liked Gage, the world, the magic system, the love interest and I found his sort of unrequited love super romantic I so love this trope and the sexytimes were hot You seldom see expl [...]

    4. Dark Faerie Tales on said:

      Review courtesy of Dark Faerie TalesQuick Dirty Dark, urban fantasy set is a masterfully built world with lots of action but with so much going on it can be distracting.Opening Sentence The hammer of a gun clicked as it was cocked.The Review Angel s Ink starts off a fascinating new series where humans live alongside the supernatural This world has seen its fair share of blood spilled, most of it by witches and warlocks Gage is currently a tattoo artist but was once a warlock in training But once [...]

    5. Andrea on said:

      In a world where supernatural beings and humans have an uneasy coexistence, the power of magic is everywhere Even in the Ink.Angel s Ink represents everything that I love about Adult Urban Fantasy You have characters who are complicated, tough, and have that extra special supernatural edge, a plot that is full of tension and action, and brilliant, gritty world building I didn t realize how much I had missed these elements in my reading, but this book was quick to remind me, basically, by the end [...]

    6. Kristin(MyBookishWays Reviews) on said:

      3.5 stars You may read my review here mybookishways 2012 10 After a tattoo gone wrong, Gage Powell finds himself at the receiving end of a gun barrel Seems a good luck tattoo s ingredients weren t up to snuff, but it didn t help that the customer wasn t willing to shell out than 50 A misfiring tattoo is bad enough, and after taking care of the disgruntled customer with his fist , Gage is visited by his warden, Gideon, who is determined to catch Gage practicing unsanctioned magic Gage left the l [...]

    7. Yodamom on said:

      2.5 stars for the audio, 4 stars for the story I liked it, it was very similar to Harry Dresden s story and character like but not as well done It had some really good moments and a lot of everything else, perhaps too much It s a busy little book It was a terrible audiobook, in my humble opinion, bad narration I think I would have enjoyed it reading it I am not sure if I ll continue with the series.There is a rouge warlock , he just is trying to live his life outside the control of the warlock [...]

    8. Karen on said:

      I really wanted to like this book I did enjoy it at the start and the OCD vampires were a riot , but by the end Gage had completely slid into the TSTL category for me The author was just too heavy handed on this one One MAYBE two insurmountable problems would have been plenty, but by the end of the tale, Gage has racked up NINE of them if I counted right Almost all of his enemies are ridiculously overpowered There is NO WAY he should have made it to the end of the book Frankly, given what a reck [...]

    9. Lori Romancing the Dark Side on said:

      Original Romancing the Dark Side Review I ve found a new urban fantasy hero in Gage In a world where humans and the supernatural co exist, rogue warlock Gage prefers to practice his magic in the art of tattooing His sanctuary is his tattoo parlor, Asylum, where he infuses his ink work with special ingredients and a touch of magic to deliver luck, wealth, or whatever desire his client wishes Working alongside Gage are his friends Trixie and Bronx, an elf and moody troll who have secrets of their [...]

    10. Katie Michaels on said:

      I like this new Urban Fantasy world from Jocelynn Drake It s different Supernaturals live openly among humans, but the magic wielding witches and warlocks are set apart from everyone else They are powerful, ruthless, and consider themselves gods No one can stop them No one even dares to question them.Gage changed that Primed to be a warlock from childhood, he turned his back on it all He refused to look at humans as chattel and left the Ivory Towers behind to become a tattoo artist Of course, he [...]

    11. Julie on said:

      Posted at Yummy Men Kick Ass ChicksAngel s Ink is the first book in Jocelynn Drake s new The Asylum Tales series I have heard wonderful things about this author s work so when I noticed that she was starting a new series I jumped at the chance to read her I m glad I did.Angel s Ink is about a warlock sort of in hiding who runs a tattoo parlor called Asylum People and beings can come into the shop to either get a regular tattoo or to get Gage and his crew to mix in a bit of potion to heighten the [...]

    12. E on said:

      I went for this author because I like Kim Harrison and I wanted a book written in Cincinnati again I was pretty disappointed The book was, well, based some how in Cincinnati some super stereotypical Cincinnati whereby I came to believe that she never actually visited any of the Over the Rhine area that she wrote about Yeah, I know, you re supposed to allow some leeway for an author to bend the area into something that works in the fiction, but still I was disappointed that she poo pooed so much [...]

    13. Fred on said:

      First off, this was a free book as part of the Free Friday Giveaways on the Nook Otherwise, I never would have read it I have read urban fantasy, and I have really liked some of it but this was not it.This is the story of Gage, a ex warlock that had a parting of ways with his evil peers and struck out to live on his own among the puny mortals As far as urban fantasy goes there were some new things in here that I liked, but for the most part it was a let down of a book I have to give this two sta [...]

    14. Anne Odom on said:

      For me, this book had great parts and not so great parts Your mileage may vary, and there are plenty of reasons someone else might enjoy the book than me Here s the breakdown of my experience.Liked The idea that tattoo ink can be mixed with potions to make magical tattoos This aspect of the book was immensely cool Characters are consistent, never acting contrary to what you would expect, but still able to surprise you Told from male point of view, a neat departure from similar books in the urba [...]

    15. Francesca the Fierce (Under the Covers Book Blog) on said:

      This review was posted at Under the CoversThis author came highly recommended so I was very excited that she was starting a new series, since her other one is already a few books in and I have to catch up Add to that when I saw her at a panel at NY Comic Con earlier this year she was one of my favorite authors when I heard her speak Of course, you add tattoos to that and it just seemed like a winner When I picked up the actual book and saw that there were quotes by two of my favorite authors J.R [...]

    16. Jordan Lombard on said:

      As this book doesn t come out until October, I read the ARC Halfway through the book I knew I was going to have one big problem with this series I knew I would finish book one before it even officially came out for sale, which would mean I d have to wait even longer for book two I can t recommend this book enough I LOVED it The characters were beautifully written, well rounded, and I loved all of them The world building was awesome and the plot just kept spinning, leaving me in awe and wondering [...]

    17. Brandi on said:

      I made it 32% through this before I realized that no matter how much I wanted to like, it just wasn t going to happen I really liked Drake s Nightwalker series, and love the premise of this one, but instead of reading a seasoned author that I enjoyed I felt like I was reading something I could have put out which is to say it wasn t any good Not a single moment had me living in the story, and I ended up just forwarding to the end to see if the guy lived or not I still didn t care when I saw eithe [...]

    18. OpenBookSociety.com on said:

      Brought to you by OBS reviewer HeidiGage has had magical abilities as long as he can remember, but just how good he was became clear when the warlocks came and took him from his family at the age of seven He was swept away to the Ivory Towers where he was trained to be a warlock the most feared beings on Earth Gage was powerful than his mentor, Simon, had ever expected him to be Gage escaped as a teen something that has never been done before This could have cost him his life But when he was ta [...]

    19. Heather on said:

      It was a fun supernatural read If I came across the 2nd book in the series I d read it.

    20. Sarah on said:

      Gage was trained from a young age to become a warlock but in a world where the warlocks and witches rule the other races with an iron fist he didn t feel comfortable with the way his mentor and the other inhabitants of the Ivory Towers lived their lives Gage doesn t believe that the ability to harness magic makes the warlocks any better than anyone else and he hates the way they treat humans and other supernatural beings with contempt and as little better than insects to be crushed at will He is [...]

    21. Nicole on said:

      Review originally posted here thebookpushers 2012 10 16 I m always on the lookout for new UF books, and while I read one or two of Jocelyn s previous series Dark Days it wasn t a series that immediately hooked me like so many others When I read the blurb for Angel s Ink, I knew I d have to take the chance on this one, and so glad I did Gage likes his quiet life of mixing potions and doing tattoos He s got a great shop, with two great employees, and mostly keeps below the radar of those looking f [...]

    22. Jane Stewart on said:

      I enjoyed much of this, but I had a few problems.Good ideas Reminded me of a world similar to Harry Potter Various magical creatures live on earth and some of them enjoy hurting humans The main character is Gage At age 6 he was taken from his human parents to live and learn magic at a warlock school His mentor Simon was evil Gage ran away from school at age 16 to live among humans The warlocks reluctantly allowed this and said he could not use his magic except in self defense or they would kill [...]

    23. Shelley on said:

      Rating 2.5 3 Genre Urban Fantasy Review I really hate to be a hater, you know what I mean I have NEVER abandoned a book in my life because I thought it was totally awful Somehow, someway, I always find a way to get to the ending to find out what happened Yes, that may include several page flips past the boring stuff I loved Drake s Dark Days series with Mira and Danaus and was sad to see it end The world that she has created for Angel s Ink Asylum Tales is a bit bizarre and off the beat and path [...]

    24. Meigan on said:

      First of all, I recommend reading the two prequels prior to reading the first book of the series It really helps to get a feel of the relationships between Gage, Trixie, and Bronx The first book starts about two years after the prequels end, so having a bit of backstory is helpful in getting to know the characters Gage is in a giant pickle Several giant pickles He manages to really screw up a tattoo, causing the grim reaper to pay him a visit He is also still being watched over by Gideon, and no [...]

    25. Valerie on said:

      This one was just okay for me It started out with a very intriguing premise and world building I like the whole concept of magical tattoos and corrupt spell casters fun amok Where the author lost me was in leaps in credulity followed by piling on She just tried to make too much happen, and as a result, I think the book suffered for it.The first big issue that kept repeating through my brain as I read was, wait, why is he hell bent on helping this chick that he just met The one, by the way, who t [...]

    26. All Things Urban Fantasy on said:

      Review Courtesy of All Things Urban FantasyAfter reading the two standalone prequels for Jocelynn Drake s The Asylum Tales series, I was than ready for a full length novel set in this fascinatingly gritty world with these intriguingly flawed characters ANGEL S INK introduces a budding romance between outcast mage turned tattoo artist Gage and on the lam elf Trixie which I would have liked to evolve over a few books to get used to the idea instead of being hit with it so suddenly.Apart from the [...]

    27. William Bentrim on said:

      Angels Ink by Jocelynn DrakeThis book fills in all the background information that I wanted when I read Asylum Interviews Bronx Another title could be warlock on the run as the protagonist is rougue warlock operating as a tattoo artist whose ink conveys than just symbols I mentioned in my review of Bronx that I really liked Ms Drake s characterizations I like them even better in a book where she has the space to bring them to full fruition Stories of camaraderie are among my favorite The willin [...]

    28. Valerie ~ Val Hall ~ on said:

      I particularly liked Jocelynn Drake s Dark Days series, I was experiencing withdrawal so I was pleasantly surprised to see that she had another new series I was not completely sold on the Asylum Tales published before Angel s Ink while friends did encourage me to continue.New York City, set 100 years after the Great War between humans and Warlocks Witches, is populated by all sorts of supernatural beings now living among the humans freely The world building is eerily similar to our modern day wo [...]

    29. Hali Sowle on said:

      A new start to a dark urban fantasy series filled with your usual mash of characters a brooding mage, poorly understood by his fellows, in unrequited love with the lovely woman or in this case elf that works for him, the hulking friend who is wise and loyal beyond his looks and those who oppose him and want to see him taken down I wanted to really like this book but I just couldn t, unlike some books I ve read it didn t hook me and I didn t try to find extra time to get a few pages in here and t [...]

    30. Traci (Mad Hatter Reads) on said:

      Gage Powell is a tattoo artist and potion stirrer keeping the secret that he s a warlock escaped from the Ivory Towers from not only from his staff and friends, but all of Low Town If he s discovered or uses any magic other than in self defense he will be quickly brought before the council and executed.When Tera, a young girl dying of cancer comes into his shop, Gage gives her incredible angel wing tattoo but with unexpected consequences Gage encounters one difficulty after another in his quest [...]

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