A magical-world provides the background for a murder mystery and love story.
A Bit of Pride, a Smidge of Prejudice, and a Judicious Dollop of Fairy Magic
Three story threads weave together in the past and present to extend Harkness’s All Souls World
In a classic battle of good against evil, Kate is stretched between the many ways her future can unfold. None of them are all that happy in the end, but she has to “power” through it, right? In the meantime she has a bouquet to toss.
A family with special gifts allows fear, safety concerns, and desired social position to influence how they behave.
Come by to check out my take on THE SIGHT, a brief interview with author, Chloe Neill, and Giveaways with really great prizes.
When the going gets tough the tough get going, back to their roots. That’s how this newly minted pastry chef ends up back home and baking herself into trouble!
“In this third entry in the Kate Daniels series, the paranormal mercenary faces her greatest challenge yet when she is forced to hunt down and neutralize her werewolf friend’s attackers. “(Tantor Web Site)
Secrets, magic and loves of the past and present collide in a small town in the American South.
This is a new series from the Ilona Andrews writing team. Magic users rule the world in this exciting, steamy, alternate-world series set in Houston. What magical ability would you like?
Celia Wird and her sisters have been called a lot of things, but they are pretty weird. As they prepare to move on to a new phase in their lives an old friend calls on them for help against vampires. To help him they will first have to help themselves and neutralize an evil curse.
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Paranormal Mystery, urban fantasy • Tags: Charlaine Harris, magic, mayhem, Midnight Texas, murder, psychic, racism, small town, Sookie Stackhouse, Southern Vampire Mysteries, tele-psychic, Texas, white supremacy, Witch
A group of unusual people make a small town in Texas their home in this new Charlaine Harris series which combines magic, supes, murder and mayhem. It’s impossible not to compare it to Harris’ blockbuster Sookie Stackhouse series. I look at its own merits as well.
Four Writers get together with stories about a Girls Night Out and zebra print shoes. How they incorporate these the themes is very interesting but the stories themselves are a mixed bag.