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New York Times bestselling author Sandra Hill continues her sexy Deadly Angels series, as a Viking vangel’s otherworldly mission pairs him with a beautiful chef who whets his thousand-year-old appetite . . .Once guilty of the deadly sin of gluttony, thousand-year-old Viking vampire angel Cnut Sigurdsson is now a lean, mean, vampire-devil fighting machine. His new side-job?New York Times bestselling author Sandra Hill continues her sexy Deadly Angels series, as a Viking vangel’s otherworldly mission pairs him with a beautiful chef who whets his thousand-year-old appetite . . .Once guilty of the deadly sin of gluttony, thousand-year-old Viking vampire angel Cnut Sigurdsson is now a lean, mean, vampire-devil fighting machine. His new side-job? No biggie: just ridding the world of a threat called ISIS while keeping the evil Lucipires (demon vampires) at bay. So when chef Andrea Stewart hires him to rescue her sister from a cult recruiting terrorists at a Montana dude ranch, vangel turns cowboy. Yeehaw!The too-tempting mortal insists on accompanying him, surprising Cnut with her bravery at every turn. But with terrorists stalking the ranch in demonoid form, Cnut teletransports Andrea and himself out of danger—accidentally into the tenth-century Norselands. Suddenly, they have to find their way back to the future to save her family and the world . . . and to satisfy their insatiable attraction....

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The Angel Wore Fangs Reviews

  • Christine Wallflower & Dark Romance Junkie
    2019-04-08 07:39

    4 Coconut and Peppermint Stars!The room smelled of sweet coconut.And he was hit with yet another temptation, more powerful than that of food or drink. Blood drained from his head and heat sizzled across his skin from his scalp to the tips of his fingers and the ends of his curled toes. Between his legs, his balls shifted and his staff seemed to yawn and stretch and come to life. If cocks could smile, his was doing a happy dance of anticipation.This was possibly one of the funniest books I've read this year. A book about a Viking guilty of glutton, turned Angelic vampire sent on a quest to defeat Isis. This was bound to either have me scratching my head in confusion or like my actual reaction, have me in fits of laughter. This book was surprisingly light and fluffy in a good way and while I thought the whole Isis thing didn't really fit in, I did really enjoy it.Cnut, whose name had me constantly calling him a really bad word, is one of seven brothers who are also angelic vampires created to fight evil and they're lead by Michael the Arch angel. Each brother is guilty of the one the seven sins, Cnuts being glutton, their penance is a 700 year stint in God's army.When Andrea's (the romantic interest or lifemate) sister goes missing and the private investigator her parents (who promptly go on a boat cruise) hired informs them that her sister Celie, has joined Isis. Andrea seeks out Cnut help to find her sister. Now again I really kinda felt like the Isis thing put a real damper on the story which is why I wasn't so sure if I was going to enjoy it in the beginning. But luckily that all changed.I haven't read the previous books in this series but trust me I totally kept up with everything and didn't feel like I was losing out, but I will definitely be reading the other books in the series. While searching for Andrea's sister, they find themselves back in Cnuts old home. Time travel anyone? I really enjoyed this part of the story. I loved how Cnut would call Andrea sweetling, heartling or dearling. It was so darn cute!I wasn't even sure I would like Cnut in the beginning since he weighed in at a hefty 400 pounds and let his people starve while he glutted lol. And after he'd lost all the weight only to end up falling in love with a pastry chef! Worst combination ever. But I loved Andrea and Cnut together. Andrea was a tough cookie to crack she had some hang ups about herself and I did get annoyed at her constantly comparing herself to everyone else. And what was with her constantly swatting Cnut. My goodness lol!He grinned at her, not taking her seriously at all. Or so she thought. Until he extended his own forearm to show her the dark blond hairs raised like a field of erotic antennae."Coconut tingles," he explained.Since I'm a newbie to this series I was kinda thrown by how the author made these Angelica vampires devout Christians. I just wasn't expecting it, but it gelled so well with the storyline that I forgot about how highly irregular everything in this story is. I'll definitely be reading more of Hill's work especially Zeb the Hebrew's story! ARC kindly provided by publisher in return for an honest review

  • Elle
    2019-04-25 08:58

    4* not hungry for food STARS!Finally the last Sigurdsson that never caught my attention. Cnut is born with GLUTTON and he was an overweight man before Michael the Archangel came. He condemned him to redeem his sin to become Vangels to fight against Lucipires. I couldn't forget how entertaining Cnut's journey. He's so much better than Harek and Sigurd's story. Pft.“Are you hungry?” she asked.“I am always hungry,” he replied.Is there a double entendre there? Is he implying that . . . no, this guy is just too sizzling hot. His hotness is giving me wrong ideas. Very wrong. Look at him, licking the chocolate off his fingers. Be still my heart . . . and other places. Yikes!Afraid caught up with criminal act such ISIS, Andrea Stewart must search for her missing sister. She hired Wings International also Cnut Sigurdsson who thinks this is a fate from Michael to finish his job against demon vampires. Many times Cnut reject Andrea to come with him, but yeah, they finally went together to raid the places. But not everything is according to the plan. Cnut teletransport made a fatal mistake and now they're in the past. The viking era when Cnut has gone after became Vangels.This is the first time-travel theme in Deadly Angels series and I'm enjoyed it. It was different than others. Many things came differently in viking era since both Cnut and Andrea back to the past because the teletransport. They couldn't go back for now and it seems they have some mission to finish. I savored every moment they're together. Cnut and Andrea has certain chemistry especially about food. We all know Cnut has glutton and couldn't resist food. They're such a sweet couple!“Wouldst care to explore yon pond with me, m’lady?” he asked, making a motion with his head toward the bed. “Methinks it needs some scum.”“You being the toad, I presume.”“Ribbit, ribbit.”She laughed.“I give good wart,” he promised.And he did.Unlike the others, Cnut's story doesn't fight much against Lucipires. The focused is more likely between Cnut and Andrea. It was really fun in the viking era because there are new experiences for me while read it. However, this story contained less violence such battle with Jasper and the demons. But I'm intrigued with Zebulon. He was such a tortured soul and way too funny. I hope he will survive and accept to be vangels. Well, I hardly couldn't wait for six more months. Overall, this was great read and entertaining with amount of jokes and sarcasms especially with Michael.

  • Hannah Hall
    2019-04-25 10:42

    This book has the special designation of being The Worst Book I've ever read. I will treasure it for many many years.

  • L.A.
    2019-03-29 11:51

    I blame myself, honestly.It's always a bad idea to start with book seven in a series. By the time most writers get to the end of a series, they're tired. They want to move on. However, if you tell me you've written a book about a Viking vampire angel who's (supposedly) fighting ISIS, well, I have to know. I am the author of all my own misfortunes here.My grievances:1. Supposedly ISIS gained a foothold on a Montana dude ranch because "political correctness." If your library is in a conservative community, this may very well be found amusing.2. One of the demons is named Zebulon the Hebrew, and is supposedly a double-agent for the Lord. If he's really good, he MAYBE might get to go to heaven and be an angel someday. You can see where some folks might find this problematic, and you might want to avoid purchasing if your clientele is significantly Jewish.3. Even trash fiction should make a token attempt at justifying why things are the way they are. We are never given even a shred of a good reason for why God, in His infinite wisdom, might want to create an army of Viking vampire angels (a/k/a "vangels") to fight evil in the world. We are supposed to just take it on faith that God knows what he's doing. Series writers should know to rehash backstory near the beginning of each new volume.4. The archangel Michael is kind of an asshole, which is just depressing.5. Masturbation is considered a sin. Everybody's entitled to their own beliefs, but I'd rather not be subjected to them.6. Supposedly the hero and heroine know they are "lifemates" because they give off a strong, pleasant smell to each other. Andrea smells like coconut. We know this because Cnut (don't get me started on that name) tells us so EVERY FIVE SENTENCES. At least, that's how it seems. For his part, Cnut smells like peppermint to Andrea, and she can't shut up about it either. WE GET IT YOU SMELL GOOD TO EACH OTHER OKAY.7. Despite their protestations, Andrea and Cnut have the sexual chemistry of two pieces of cardboard. The sex scenes themselves are so cringeworthy that I kind of want to call up everybody who's ever read these books and tell them that sex is so much better than this. And their dialogue...oh my two people in the history of ever have spoken to each other the way they do. If they're trying to be funny, they're failing. If they're trying to be sexy, it didn't work. 8. There's some kink-shaming involved, a minor running joke about "Pete the Pervert" that turns out to be just an excuse to make fun of poor Pete because he was into something Andrea wasn't. It's fine if somebody's kink doesn't do it for you, but to go out of your way to be mean is just...well...mean.9. The time travel element was handled poorly. There's no logical explanation for why it happens, and at first they only get pulled back a little bit in time, to the Old West, where it looks like the set of Bonanza, complete with character look-alikes (Andrea's words, not mine). Then, as if the author herself realized this was a poor choice, the lovebirds are mysteriously yanked back further, to Viking days, and Cnut's old stomping grounds. I love me some time travel, but if you want to write a time travel book, just do it, and don't go for an elaborate set-up involving ISIS.10. All the Muslims in the book are terrorists, and one of the chief demons is named Beltane. So it's pretty clear that anybody who isn't Christian is terrible, and deserves whatever they get.Don't get me wrong: I love me some crap fiction. However, there's stuff you laugh WITH and stuff you laugh AT. This book, is, sadly, the latter. Some of my complaints are readerly and some are personal. Either way, there's so much stuff in this Pandora's box, it's really not worth foisting it on your community, as it will upset more people than it pleases. Given how popular it is elsewhere on Goodreads, however, you might want to think long and hard about your community and maybe purchase it anyway. Or maybe wait until somebody asks for it and then pick it up.Good luck, my friend. And may whatever gods you believe in have mercy on your soul.

  • Annie
    2019-03-25 13:52

    I’m not exactly a genre romance reader. Generally, they make me want to repeatedly bang my skull into a hard object. Nor, blessedly, would I describe myself as the sort of girl who reads books about vampire-angel-Vikings, as a rule. HOWEVER. I was… shall we say, inspired by this tweet. Hunted this baby down, because don’t you fucking tell me you weren’t intrigued (the way you’re intrigued by the way you can see your bone when you break your arm real bad) by a book about a tubby, time-traveling, motorcycle-riding, Barefoot Contessa-watching, vampire-angel-Viking named Cnut...who, along with a spunky American chef named Andrea (a cleverly disguised variation on the author Sandra’s name), has to save the world... from ISIS ...on a Montana dude ranch. Sandra here doesn’t dick around. Bring it the fuck on. Let’s unpack what we have inside this little shop of horrors. 1) The name. Cnut. Don’t tell me that’s not a typo. 2) Sandra, God bless you for inserting random Icelandic words into the text. I need to get drukkinn tonight to purge my mind of your nonsense. 3) Bless you twice for adding strange British-isms (“bloody hell!”) when none of the characters are British, nor do they ever travel to or even mention Great Britain, and Sandra herself is from Pennsylvania. 4) St Michael the Archangel essentially plays Ghosts of Christmas Past/Present/Future to Cnut’s Scrooge. And he has a website. And inexplicably speaks in Shakespearean English. 5) “What is a vangel?” “A vangel is a Viking vampire angel who will fight the forces of Satan’s Lucipires, demon vampires who roam the world spreading evil.” Duh, Cnut. You’re so dense. 6) “A-rab.” Over and over and over and… 7) Andrea’s sister Celie joins ISIS and sends the fam a video of her terroristing activities; Andrea and her stepmom just chat about this on the phone like it’s totally normal and on par with sister’s previous stints with tattoos and body piercings. 8) “Curves out the wazoo.” 9) “Celie drew men, like flies or bees or whatever.” Yeah, or whatever. Fuck words. Writing words is hard when you’re a professional writer. 10) “Pete the Pervert. He had the weirdest fetish involving… never mind.” Ohmigod Sandra, you can’t just do that. What did it involve? Small children? Fire ants? Pissing on hotel beds in Russia formerly occupied by the president and the first lady? What? 11) “Can anyone say zip line through the rainforest? Can anyone say Orville Redenbacher? Can anyone say, mothers don’t let your daughters grow up to love cowboys? Can anyone say, Honey I have a headache.” I can say all those things, Sandra. Can’t you? Peppermint stick got your tongue? (More on this later.)12) “Home, sweet home… or rather, home, sweet castle.” Aha. Ahaha. AHAHA GOOD ONE OMG THAT IS H I L A R I O U S GIRL YOU ARE SO FUNNY. 13) Lizzie Borden works as a waitress at a vampire themepark in Pennsylvania. Yes, that Lizzie Borden.14) “Like a cock, his fangs sometimes had a mind of their own. Popping out with the least provocation.” 15) Andrea-isms. “Holy freakin’ sex on a stick! Son of a biscotti! Holy cannoli!”16) The fact that when Andrea first meets Cnut in modern-day Pennsylvania, the first thing she says to him is “Are you a Viking?” Yes, I ask this question of all tall blond dudes I meet. It’s very normal. 17) “Daddy, I need some money. Can you send me fifty thousand dollars? It’s for a good cause. Honestly.” DIRECT QUOTE. 18) “I can’t stop thinking about ducks, lately. I’ve been absorbed with ducks in general. ” Wait, is that it? Is Pete the Perv into ducks too? 19) “Suffice it to say, if you get an email from, you better answer.” I honestly think you're probably better off not answering any and all emails from that handle. 20) “The former Nazi general had a direct line to Satan’s ear. He was constantly name dropping, as in ‘Luce told me…’ or ‘When I was sharing a fireball with Luce...:’ or ‘While jogging with Luce last night...' Luce was his nickname for Lucifer.” Oh, no way? 21) “The Nazi asshole was so full of it. Everyone knew demons did not jog. Tails and all that.” Man, those Nazi assholes. Don't they know ANYTHING?22) In addition to running a Montana dude ranch, ISIS also operates a flamenco dance club in Spain. They’re Renaissance terrorists, I guess. 23) ISIS dude ranch activities: Riding lessons. Koran study. Fly fishing. Holy yoga (yoga is Buddhism, not Islam, but aight, Sandra. U do u.) Meditating with Allah. Roping. Understanding jihads. Line dancing. Internet recruitment. Campfire sing-alongs. Capitalist devils (I’m not sure how this one is an activity, but that’s my main girl Sandra for you). I cannot make this shit up. This is why this book got five stars, from the bottom of my heart. She doesn't half-ass anything. 24) “Nice picture, that, Cnut thought. Not the maneuver, but the pig sex.” Ah, my mistake. Fetish of the day is pigs, not ducks!25) I want, so badly, to explain to Sandra why, if you were brought back to 850 AD, your cell phone would not work, and you would not be receiving emails from “” on it. But part of me wants, deep in my heart, to preserve her blissful ignorance. 26) HAHAHA I was right about the Pete the Perv/golden showers guess. Don’t kink-shame, Sandra! That’s not very nice. 27) “‘Who says food can’t be sexy?’ She winked, knelt between his legs, and showed him what she could do with a peppermint stick.” WINK WINK NUDGE NUDGE DID YOU SEE WHAT SHE DID THERE BECAUSE I THINK SHE GAVE HIM A BLOW JOB. Sigh. Oh, Sandra. Sandra, Sandra, Sandra. 28) Condoms? $16.99. Pulling out? $0.00. Andrea giving sex ed to a bunch of 9th century Viking women? Priceless. 29) “Cock-a-doodle-do?” OKAY I’m taking a page out of Cnut’s book. Next time I want to have sex, I’m going to solicit it by saying this to my partner. 30) “Still, she found herself praying, ‘Are you there, God? It’s me, Andrea.” That sounds SO FAMILIAR I wonder… where… I’ve.... Hmm.31) The next book in the series is called Good Vampires Go to Heaven. YES IT FUCKING IS. Never, ever change, Sandra. You’re welcome, everybody, for reading that so you wouldn't have to. And now I need 75 drinks. Skål.

  • Bambi Unbridled
    2019-04-17 11:37

    The Angel Wore Fangs rounds out the seven deadly sins, one suffered by each of the seven Sigurdsson brothers that warranted their 700 year sentence to become vangels (vampire angels) in the war of good and evil. While I have not read all of the earlier books in the series, I followed along quite well and didn't feel like I was missing any world building or too much back story.We start off the story in the 9th Century Norselands when Cnut Sigurdsson is a huge jarl... huge as in enormously fat. Over 400lbs. His deadly sin, you guessed it, is gluttony. I have to admit that I was a little nervous to discover that our hero was a 400-lb glutton with a beard full of lice. Luckily for us St. Michael the Archangel sweeps in binding the jarl into an afterlife of servitude that forces him to change his ways. Present day, over a thousand years later, Cnut is a lean mean 225lbs at his towering 6'4 height driving a Harley and sporting a Ragnar Lothbrok braided viking mohawk. But even though our hero is now sex on a stick, he still has body image issues due to what he calls "phantom fat". He also struggles daily with his gluttony and has to be a concerted effort to not over-indulge in his various appetites. Cnut was a fun hero... I liked that he wasn't perfect and that he could take a joke. This series deals with the fated mates trope... and it would figure that our vikings' mates would also challenge their proscribed sin. So of course Cnut's lifemate shows up in the form of a lithe pastry chef that smells of vanilla coconut (my favorite scent from Bath & Body Works by the way!). The heroine, Andrea Stewart, has some body image issues herself... though we don't get a clear understanding of where they came from. But let me tell ya, this book made me hungry. I think I may have gained 10lbs just reading about some of her concoctions and pastry delights. Andrea was a likable heroine as well. She rolled with the punches and accepted the demon-hunting time travel aspect of the story without too much fuss and fanfare. She also worked hard to help and improve the life of the people in the 9th Century.For me, the romance of the story played second fiddle to the comedy and time travel. I mean, this story is not at all serious. It's full of fun hokey one-liners, slapstick comedy and crude sex jokes. And sometimes the jokes were so bad that you couldn't help but chuckle. I particularly liked the limericks offered by the skalds, and when the men's conversation devolved to sex talk while they were hunting. The demon-hunting plot varied in this story. We start out with a plan to root out and defeat ISIS which had me a tad worried as to how that would play out in a comedy. But that storyline became somewhat obsolete when Cnut and Andrea accidentally travel back in time to his 9th Century home. I did prefer the time travel to the terrorist eradication as it fit in better with the lighthearted feel of the story. It's been a while since I've read a viking story and this one was fun and entertaining.I receive an advanced copy of this book from Avon via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. 3.5 stars / 3 flames. Full review posted at Bambi Unbridled.

  • Beth
    2019-04-01 14:29

    What more can you ask for when you get a story of Viking Vampires? How about time traveling Viking Vampires (Vangel) that must infiltrate an ISIS compound because Demon Vampires have taken control of the group in order to harvest souls for evil.Cnut was found guilty of excessive gluttony, given a choice of redemption, Cnut must serve as a Vangel under the faithful watch of arch angel Michael. Now a new improved Viking vampire, Cnut is called out by Michael to bring down ISIS. An impossible job for one person, how is he to single handedly find a way to do this. Soon after Andrea walks into is detective agency, handing him an in to ISIS on a platter…her sister has been taken by ISIS and she needs help finding her.A freak mishap during an emergency transportation and both Cnut and Andrea find themselves back in Norseland, where Cnut was the gluttonous warlord that made him into the man he is today. Cnut fights his attraction to Andrea, she will cause him to face years more of service to the Vangels, even though Cnut is sure she is his other half. The double agent vampire demon must choose between eternal hell or turn over Cnut for torture in his stead. Will it strand Andrea in the past without saving her sister? Will Cnut survive even a day in that kind of torment or loss his soul? Hill’s humor and wit shine through in The Angel Wore Fangs. I don’t know of many authors that can pull of humor when writing about ISIS, the seven deadly sins and vampire demons but somehow she pulls it off.If you like light and fun with your paranormal romance then the The Angel Wore Fangs is a must read.I received this ARC copy of The Angel Wore Fangs from Avon in exchange for a honest review. This book is set for publication May 21, 2016.My Rating: 4 StarsWritten by: Sandra HillSeries: Deadly AngelsMass Market Paperback: 384 pagesPublisher: Avon Publication Date: May 31, 2016ISBN-10: 0062356542ISBN-13: 978-0062356543Genre: Romantic FantasyAmazon | Barnes & Noble

  • Douglas Meeks
    2019-04-05 10:29

    Well here we are, all of the 7 Deadly Sins (and 7 brothers) taken care of so is this the end of the series .... of course not, there are some serious threads hanging that require 1 more book at a minimum and no I won't tell you since that will be a spoiler (which means some doofus will spoil it)While I really have enjoyed this series including this book, I was put off a bit by Cnut being portrayed as a pretty smart guy in the other books and seemed like she made him a bit more stupid in this book about him. He and Andrea made a great couple, plus the locations and the plot was much different than the other books. All these things work together to make this a very entertaining novel for this series.Bottom Line: The romance was kind of weak but enjoyable, the plot changed after the first couple of chapters and took off on a different line than the other books, to be honest the "bad guys" played a much smaller part than other books. So 4 Stars and can't wait to get the next one (not a cliffhanger but very close in some ways) and hats off to Sandra Hill for being able to take such a ridiculous premise as Viking Vampire Angels and make them addicting and entertaining reading.

  • Bjorn
    2019-04-14 08:30

    Abandoned about 40% in. I expected dumb, I did not expect boring. I was promised time-travelling biker vampire angel vikings, I got a crappy Jennifer Aniston romcom.

  • Jacque
    2019-04-15 08:44

    Loved it. Oh my goodness The Angel wore Fangs was such a great book and the irony of Cnut hooking up with a chef is not lost on me. Oh wait, let me warn you first. Do not read this book if you are hungry! I mean it. At the beginning of almost each chapter, you will find a menu. Now while some of the items, like eels in skyr sauce, are completely gag worth, the listing at the beginning of chapter one had me drooling for a solid hour. Yes, there is a point to all the food. As we know, each one of the Sigurdsson brothers are being punished for their deadly sins. Cnut’s sin is Gluttony hence all the food reference. A personal note to the author: Sandra Hill – You. Are. EVIL! I imagine you were rubbing your hands cackling when you were itemizing the more taster items. Salted caramel crème brûlée – Lord have mercy! Now back to the story.Andrea’s sister is missing and possibly held by ISIS on a Montana dude ranch so she seeks out help to rescue her. Vangel Cnut, once guilty of the deadly sin of gluttony, is now tasked with ridding the world of evil. His latest assignment is take down ISIS and keep the evil Lucipires at bay. When Andrea approaches Cnut for help, he reluctantly agrees. Once they reach the ranch, they find no one there. Suddenly, they are attacked by Lucipires. To save Andrea and escape, Cnut tries to flash away only they find themselves flashing back in time, all the way back to The Norselands and it’s 850 A.D.. They are not quite sure how or why they find themselves in Cnut’s former Viking era, (probably Michael’s doing!) but suspect it has to do with him righting his past wrongs. His people are in midst of a famine so Cnut and Andrea band together to help. I’m sure the people who saw me reading this book thought I was crazy because I couldn’t stop laughing. Cnut is so sexy and lovable. I did a lot of giggling over his inner dialogs and obsessions with food. Andrea is very sassy and smart. You just know she’s going to be a whole lot of fun when she wear a ‘Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy’ t-shirt to a dude ranch. *Gigglesnorts*Put these two together and you have yummy coconut peppermint goodness. The dialog is snappy and zings along with the situations they find themselves. The secondaries of the past are probably some of my favorites. As much as the story was about Cnut and Andrea, without those lovable secondaries, The Angel Wore Fangs would not have been as entertaining. My favorite was Girda. For me she was the straight-faced comic relief and I really did question at first question if she was going to be a good person or Andrea’s nemesis. However, it took one sentence and I knew Girda and Andrea were going to be besties. It was just a little play on Andrea’s t-shirt, a hilarious conversion to Viking times: ‘Save a Longboat, Ride a Viking’ ROFL!!!Now while I really enjoyed this book I have to say I was a bit disappointed with the ending. Besides the flash to the future and no real answer explained why they traveled to the past, it felt a bit rushed. Up until then these were working along at a great snappy pace but then Boom! Zed’s there, Boom! Everybody comes forward, BOOM! HEA, the end. Compared to the other ends, that just felt a bit too quick and pat for me. So now, we have hit the seventh and last sin, which loosely translates into the last book. *Sniff* I really don’t want it to end. Okay I jumped into the series part way through which means I can go back and read the ones I missed but still, seven brother + seven sins = seven books. I really need this series to have at least two more. One for Michael – He really needs to find a lifemate so he can have a nice attitude adjustment. And I really need one for Zebulan – it can’t just end like that for him! Please, pretty please!!! Either way, it has been a fun read and I highly recommend it for everybody. I received this book from the JeepDiva for the express purposes of an honest review. The opinions and rating of this review are solely mine and in no way was I compensated.Stars - 4.5, Flames - 3

  • Nadene(Totally Addicted to Reading)
    2019-04-11 07:54

    The Angel Wore Fangs is the 7th book in the Deadly Angel series and the final book about the Sigurdsson brothers. This was another lively and entertaining episode within the series. All seven brothers were guilty of a deadly sin for which they had to pay penance for by being turned into a Viking vampire angel (Vangel). This installment tells the story of Cnut Sigurdsson, who is guilty of the sin of gluttony and as such was sentenced to life as a Vangel. Since his sentence, he has been trying to make up for the selfish acts he has committed in his past. The opportunity came for him to prove himself to Michael, the archangel when he was assigned the task of infiltrating and destroying an ISIS compound. He was a little unsure as to how he would accomplish this task until a beautiful pastry chef acquired his services to rescue her sister from the same compound he was supposed to destroy.Andrea Stewart in a bid to save her younger sister from yet another one of her disastrous activities secured the services of Wings International to aid her in her quest. However, she got more than she bargained for when she found herself swept up in a world of Vikings and evil Lucipires. Will she be able to rescue her sister before it's too late?WHAT I THOUGHT OF THE FOLLOWINGCharacters:Cnut: At first I didn’t like how he was portrayed, but as the story progressed, I found myself being drawn to him. By the end of the story, he proved that he was not the same selfish person that was portrayed at the start of the book. Thank goodness for divine intervention. I understood the circumstances that made him the way he was in the past. I loved that he tried to atone for his mistakes, even if it meant sacrificing his own happiness. Although physically he was no longer an overweight Viking, from a mental perspective, he still saw himself has being fat. He suffered guilt anytime he overindulged in food and has to make an effort not to give into his vices. These events made him a likable and relatable character.Andrea: Andrea has been plagued with self-esteem issues most of her life. She never saw herself has beingbeautiful and sexy. She was the complete opposite of her sister. She was the cautious type and never did anything outrageous in her life. What she lacked in self-esteem she more than made up for it with her stubbornness and bravery.Romance:Not much emphasis was placed on this aspect of the story. However, I enjoyed the little that was given.Setting:The story took place in both the current century and in 850 AD. I loved the way the author portrayed each of the eras, but if I was to choose the one I enjoyed most, my choice would be 850 AD. The descriptions were so vivid it was like I was present at every scene. The move between each of the settings was clear and the characters interacted well with the setting. I was amazed at how easily Andrea adapted to the Viking era.Pacing:Initially, the story started out slow, however, it picked up a notch at about 25% of the story and continued that steady movement to the end.Plot:I enjoyed this installment. Unlike the previous installments that I read the focus was on destroying Lucipires andsaving persons from becoming demons. In this instance, the focus was on Cnut and his attempts to atone for the mistakes of his past. The story is imaginative and hilarious. I had quite a few laugh out loud moments. I know there is no such thing as Viking Vampire Angels. However, the manner in which Miss Hill portrayed these beings will have you momentarily believing that they do exist. I thought it was ironic and a bit humorous when Cnutdiscovered that his life mate was a pastry chef. Oh boy! How is he going to handle this one?Verdict:I found this installment to be entertaining and funny. If you are looking for a unique story and you are a fan of paranormal romance and comedy, then you will enjoy The Angel Wore Fangs. Although this is the end for the brothers, based on the ending the saga will continue as there is one more character that deserves a happy ending.A note of warning do not, I repeat, do not read this book when you are hungry. At the beginning of almost every chapter, there is a menu of some delectable items, (that will leave you salivating) and some not so much.I received an ARC from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a honest review.

  • Kelsey Hudson
    2019-03-30 08:52

    Listen, I tried, but what was this author smoking? A Viking/Angel/Vampire who fights ISIS would be difficult to pull off to be sure, but I have read a book on religious lizard people, so I can get behind weird. What I cannot get behind is a man who kisses a woman to shut her up. If that's acceptable, then I get to headbutt every guy who I want to shut up, and I'll just have a continual concussion.

  • Malissa
    2019-04-08 14:42

    Vikings, Angels, Viking Angel Vampires.....what else do you need in a paranormal read? Oh, how about a Viking Angel Vampire (Vangel) that looks like Ragnar Lothbrok, a strong heroine who isn't going to take too much Alpha behavior, steamy moments, suspense, action, food, lots and lots of food ,(some that sounds like I need it in my belly now and some that sounds like...well just makes me shudder, haha.) and time travel! It's all here and it all works. I have to admit that this is the first book in the series I have read and of course it is the last of the brothers books, seven deadly sins, seven brothers, I'd say seven books but I think that there are enough loose ends to be at least one more or perhaps a spin-off series. While I can see that there were moments I had missed out on some part of the story it wasn't so bad that I felt the need to stop and go to book one before I could continue. If you are just starting the series I do suggest doing that, but you won't be terribly lost if you don't. I will definitely be going back to book one and getting caught up though! SevenViking brothers are being punished for not only taking up but truly living one of the seven deadly sins. Pride. Envy. Wrath, Gluttony. Lust. Sloth. Greed. Gluttony is the focus of this book, the sin of Cnut, (sounds like don't want to know how long I went around saying it wrong, *cringe*) their punishment is doled out by none other than the Arch Angel Michael, (Oh how I would love to see him get his own story...I think he 'deserves' one after all this, haha) a hard task master to be sure. The brothers are each turned into immortal Vangels sworn to fight against demons and to live a life that will wipe clear their past sins...of course Michael can't leave it at a 700 year sentence, no he takes on years for each infraction or sin the brothers commit meaning that even after one thousand one hundred and sixty-six year they are just a little bit closer to earning their wings and ascending to heaven. Cnut will of course as the 'owner' of gluttony find his salvation in chef, there could be no other for him. I really enjoyed Andrea, the heroine. She knows what she wants and how to get it. She is a bit of a pushover when it comes to her family but considering the dynamics of that family I don't think I can blame her...I'm still pretty much not a fan of anyone in her family other than her, eek. I enjoyed that she was strong enough to not only know her own mind but to not let herself get pushed around either by the hero or any of the secondary characters. She'll take her alpha with a side of the bedroom but not outside of it, lol. Another thing I really loved about the story is Cnut's vulnerability. The fact that he may now look like Ragnar Lothbrok doesn't mean he feels like him, even after a thousand years. I think it is a good point that no matter how we change ourselves on the outside often forget to change how we feel about ourselves on the inside."She was teasing, or so he surmised. Despite centuries of having lost his repulsive fat, he still thought of himself as unattractive. He was inside."I absolutely fell for Cnut in this moment because it was so easy to relate to that feeling. Here's this handsome immortal Viking that is uncomfortable with who he is on the inside because of who he used to be on the outside, how refreshing is that to see in a male hero?I also enjoyed that while a good portion of this book occurs in the past (what a wonderful look into the world during the Viking Age) the tie in to the present has to deal with ISIS a battle that rages on in our world as I type. It's a small part of the book and not a true snippet into the world of ISIS but it is something that gives the reader a known connection to the book. The banter in the book and the inner monologue from Cnut will keep you giggling as you read and don't be surprised if you find yourself in your kitchen creating a peppermint coconut vanilla cake, in fact I think I might go do that now. This is a fun, romantic, cleverly written book. If you are a fan of paranormal romance and are looking for something a bit different than I would guide you in the direction of the Deadly Angels. Remember that while you don't have to have started at book 1 ( I didn't) you will likely want to go back and read them anyway so go ahead a pick up that first book! ~ HAPPY READING ~

  • Peter
    2019-03-25 09:58

    Like I lot of people I found out about this book based on it's insane synopsis (as revealed by this tweet):I looked it up on Goodreads to see if it really was as crazy as people said it was, and I noticed it was on offer on Amazon for £1.So I bought it.It's such a strange read. The tone and pacing changes are whiplash inducing. People randomly go on strange tangents and talk to themselves, time-travel, plot-strings that go no-where or are solved in one paragraph, random life-lessons and snide commentary ("ISIS take over Ranch in America because of political correctness"... wat). Plus sex scenes.And yet...And yet...And yet, I enjoyed it. It's a short read, and I burned through it in two sittings. It's like junk food or reality TV. You know it's not good for you and there's lots of other things you could be consuming instead, but you keep flipping pages.God help me, I kinda wanna read the whole series and find out how it got to this point...

  • Hackmops
    2019-04-03 08:58

    I downloaded the sample on a whim because the blurb was so.. unique that this could either be the worst or the best book ever (or both). I was in TEARS after I read the plot summary, rarely have two paragraphs about a book elicited such a strong reaction from me and I was hoping for great things. Sadly, the reading sample was short and uninspiring and ended with Cnut (or, as my husband called him, "C-nut") being turned into a vangel. End of story. Boring. I had been hoping for some deliciously entertaining trash but it was just so blah. Ah, Cnut. Just imagine what could have been.

  •  Reading In Pajamas
    2019-04-14 07:54

    Blog Tour, Review & Giveaway: The Angel Wore Fangs: A Deadly Angels Novel, Book 7 by Sandra Hill Date: May 31, 2016Genre: Paranormal RomanceReviewed by: Reading in Pajamas/ DonnaRated: 5 StarsAnother fun Vangel story. I wasn’t sure how Cnut’s story would pan out and I never saw the time travel part of it coming. Normally I don’t like the whole time travel thing but this worked. Andrea was a perfect match for him and I liked how their relationship progressed with everything going on around them. Michael and Zeb had big roles in this story and parts tugged at my heartstrings but I won’t give anything away in my review. Sandra Hill dove in and delivered a fast paced, action driven and sexy story filled with the comedic banter we’ve come to love. I sure hope the next one comes soon because it will be a doozy.*Review copy provided by Avon Books in exchange for an honest review.~*~*~*~Read an Excerpt:*~*~*~ Kindle | Amazon PBK | B&N | Kobo | iBooksAmazon Series Link✦Deadly Angels Series by Sandra Hill✦1. Kiss of Pride2. Kiss of Surrender3. Kiss of Temptation4. Kiss of Wrath - Review Christmas in Transylvania - Review Vampire in Paradise - Review Even Vampires Get the Blues - Review The Angel Wore Fangs~*~*~*~

  • Deb
    2019-04-12 07:34

    Time traveling Viking vampire angel with a pastry chef. What more could you want?

  • Alexa Ayana
    2019-04-24 11:33

    Setelah baca dua buku terakhir yang mengecewakan dari seri ini, aku tidak berharap banyak saat mulai baca buku tentang Cnut, si bungsu dari keluarga Sigurdsson. Di luar dugaan, buku ini sukses memadukan beberapa hal favoritku. Medieval Viking, time travel dan cooking show.Cnut adalah survivor dari penderita dosa gluttony akut. Dia mencintai makanan lebih dari apapun. Setelah beratus-ratus tahun menjadi Vangel, berdiet dan selibat akhirnya godaan sesungguhnya muncul. Andrea, seorang koki yang akan menggoncang hidup Cnut dan merusak semua program dietnya.Hal yang unik dari buku ini adalah satu-satunya kisah dari seri ini yang mengangkat tema time travel. Ini membuat Cnut menjadi satu-satunya hero vangels yang bisa menebus kesalahan masa lalunya. Suasana medieval Viking dan joke-jokenya mengingatkanku pada serial Viking 1 yang super kocak dan lebih orisinil. Tapi sentuhan kecil ini sudah cukup untuk membuat buku Cnut tampil beda dan lebih seru untuk dibaca dibanding dua buku sebelumnya. Momen faveku adalah saat Andrea berusaha memasak menu resto modern dengan peralatan dan bahan seadanya di era itu. Dan frog scene tentu saja. LOLChemistry mereka berdua terbangun dari awal pertemuan tapi tidak berkesan instan walaupun penuh momen penuh getaran dan aromaterapi. Konfliknya sedikit bias karena kita awalnya disodorkan menyangkut ISIS tapi pertengahan berubah jadi masalah kelaparan di desa Viking. Rasanya seperti SH tiba-tiba punya ide lain dan mengubah alurnya. Interaksi Andre dan Cnut cute, lucu dan penuh tensi. Munculnya saingan cinta hanya sekejap dan nyaris tak ada efeknya. So far buku ini bagus tapi bisa lebih seru dan lucu. Aksi laga buku ini dan kemunculan Zeb plus Jasper termasuk minimalis. Ending wedding mereka juga singkat dan lugas. Sedikit halaman awal dari buku Zeb akan bikin kamu patah hati dan kepo setahun kedepan. Ho ho ho..Star : 3.8/5

  • Debra Taylor
    2019-03-25 13:43

    This book was a delightful read from beginning to end. The Lucipires are still spreading their evil around so a Vangel's work is never done. Cnut is the last of the Siggurdsson Vangel brothers to find his lifemate and what an exciting plot twist that Sandra Hill took with his story. Cnut's sin was gluttony and his lifemate Andrea turned out to be a pastry chef. As usual, they had an immediate connection and plenty of light humor. There was an exciting trip back through time so that Cnut could make up for his past sins. Cnut and Andrea were wonderful characters. I liked them both very much. Cnut felt so much remorse for the selfishness of his past ways and now that he had the chance to make up for it well he was determined to do his best. Andrea was a perfect match for him because she was probably the least selfish person ever. She took care of everyone in her life which is how she met Cnut. This was a real good story, and as usual, it was vividly described and fast paced and had an intriguing lead in to Zeb's book. I am so looking forward to that one. I'm happy to recommend this book to everyone and to give it five flying stars. I received a complimentary copy from the publisher.

  • Gerry Bartlett
    2019-04-05 06:29

    Okay, I admit it. I had heard that Sandra Hill was hilarious but I resisted. Then I read the blurb on this book and got hooked. This is the seventh in the Deadly Angels series. Seven deadly sins, this one is gluttony and this brother is fat, enormous and awful. Until Archangel Michael kills him and makes him an immortal and puts him on a diet. Now it's modern day and our guy is stuck trying to wipe out Isis and help , naturally, a gourmet dessert chef. Hill has the knack of putting opposites together. Yes, it can get silly and over the top but she makes me laugh. Can we rid the world of Isis? If only. And just when things get going, oops, we time travel back to the ancient land of the Vikings. Told you it got silly. But I loved it. Having trouble finding the other six books. But I'm not giving up. These books are like a refreshing drink by the pool. Not heavy, just light and frothy and fun.

  • Micky
    2019-03-28 10:58

    A Heavenly read...As always Sandra Hill's Vangel series does not disappoint. Been waiting a long time to read about Cnut. Love these damn...err, darn Vangels. Cnut paying for his past sin of gluttony is now a ripped and muscled Vangel who comes to the aid of Andrea. Andrea enlists his service to find her sister who, is believed to be tied up with a man who is with ISIS.Somehow while trying to help Andrea, Cnut travels back in time with her. Cnut is back home in his time with his people, but for Andrea it is a new world...or rather an old world. Andrea and Cnut are not the only ones who traveled back. The Lucipers (demons that the Vangels are tasked to destroy). Where Vangels tread....Lucipers fear. Only God knows...or in this case the archangel Michael why Cnut has been sent back.Lots of LOL moments along with cheering goes into the reading of this book. A must for Vangel lovers!

  • Raine
    2019-04-25 10:29

    I TOTALLY BLAME THIS DNF ON MY HUSBAND. Seriously, he was chuckling at THE BLURB and proceed to hand me the book.I just couldn't finish it. He totally spoilt it for me. It's the fact - The "Hero" name and the fact that its ISIS... all threw a monkey wrench to my dirty mind, it just wouldn't shut off. So there you go... its A "ME" blame here.

  • Ann
    2019-04-22 06:41

    Awesome books great series love this series I am always looking for a happy ending in this series. Love books that I am not sure what will happen next, these guys in this series are Alpha males all the way love that. Can't wait to read more in this series.

  • Berta Kleiner
    2019-04-05 14:30

    Grandma’s wet dream. No surprises. Grandma being American, they do get married. The good news is, I believe I am now ready for „Space Raptor Butt Invasion“.

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  • Susan
    2019-04-17 06:44

    Good book. Cnut is the last of the brothers to have his story told. Each of the brothers was guilty of embodying one of the seven deadly sins. Cnut's was gluttony. The story starts in 850 AD, with Cnut showing just how far he has fallen. He weighs more than 400 pounds, constantly eats even though his lands are suffering a famine and his people are starving to death. He also overindulges in drink, sex, gathering wealth, anything that can be done to excess. Then the Archangel Michael shows up to let Cnut know just how much trouble he is in, but also giving him a chance for redemption. All it takes is becoming a vampire angel in God's fight against evil. Though he might have wanted to reconsider after Michael's first decree is "you're going on a diet."A thousand years later, Cnut is a lean, mean fighting machine who has been tagged with defeating ISIS and the Lucipires that egg them on. He just isn't sure how to start, until a woman arrives at his security agency, looking for help getting her sister away from a Montana cult that is recruiting for those same terrorists. Andrea is a pastry chef who has spent her entire life watching out for her beautiful but flaky younger sister. However, this escapade is the worst she's had to deal with, and she's grateful for the help of the sinfully sexy man. Not so grateful, though, that she's willing to stay behind.There are sparks between Cnut and Andrea from the moment they met, sparks that neither wants to admit to. Those sparks lead Cnut to take Andrea with him to Montana, even though he's sure that it's a bad idea. I loved Andrea's determination and refusal to back down, even though she knows she's out of her depth. Their trip to Montana was pretty funny, with her nerves making her chatter and getting on Cnut's nerves. His forebodings are borne out when they arrive to find the place apparently deserted except for some puddles of slime - until he spots hordes of lucipires converging on the lodge. The only way to escape is to teletransport out of there, but something goes wrong, and they end up back in Cnut's homeplace and time.I really enjoyed this part of the book, as Cnut is forced to face his past and poor example of a man he had been. Unable to contact his brothers or Michael, he realizes that maybe he is meant to make amends for the sins of his past. I ached for him because even though he is so different in looks and behavior now, he still sees himself as the fat glutton and selfish bastard that he used to be. Andrea has her own self-esteem issues after years of comparing herself to her beautiful and vivacious younger sister. Both of them have some interesting and amusing inner dialogs wondering what the other sees in them. I liked the way that they grew closer as they worked together, and understood each other's fears. The heat that grows between them is explosive and when they finally give in their connection is undeniable. I loved seeing the trust that makes it happen.I loved the way that Andrea took her arrival in the past in stride, once she got over the shock. She's determined to help Cnut save his people from starvation, and I enjoyed seeing her team up with the castle cook to do it. There are some terrific cooking scenes -- soup! turnips! -- and I loved the use of menus at the beginning of some of the chapters. There are also some really funny insertions of modern life into Viking times, such as "Save a longship - Ride a Viking!" and teaching Viking women about birth control.It's not all fun times though, as Cnut discovers that there are lucipires lurking in the woods around his home. Though easily dealing with those he finds, there's more to come. A woman from his past unexpectedly appears, bringing trouble with her. It was interesting to see him try to deal with her when all he wants is to be with Andrea. It doesn't help things that the woman and her traveling companions all carry the scent of rancid lemons, a sure sign that the lucipires have struck. This is confirmed by the unexpected arrival of Zebulon who has been given direct orders by Jasper regarding Cnut. There's a great deal of angst as Cnut tries to do the right thing as he sees it and still protect Andrea. I ached for him as things don't go the way he expected and the guilt tears at him. I had a hard time liking Michael at this point. Though things ended well for the vangels, poor Zeb is left to face the music. I can't wait to read his book, as he surely deserves to have his own happy ending.

  • Renée Lynn
    2019-04-01 07:53

    It was an engaging read but not mind-blowing. I loved how insane the plot was!

  • Elizabeth
    2019-04-12 06:37

    Skim read this one. Not a fan of this series. Have 'read' the first and last in the series (skimmed them both), and won't read any more.

  • Janet
    2019-04-07 13:32

    nothing surprising herecookie cutterall of the books are the sameplot is none existent so not much to move forward in each book

  • Sharleen Wells
    2019-04-23 06:32

    I love this seriesSandra Hill never disappoints. This is such a fun series. Can’t wait to read the next one. Such a fun premise