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Review: Brave the Tempest by Karen Chance

Brave the Tempest continues the battle that Cassie and her allies (not quite the accurate term, all things considered, but we’re going with it) have been prepping for and dealing with for years. And yes, it lived up to all of my hopes and expectations.  Continue reading

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Review: Fury’s Kiss (Dorina Basarab #3) by Karen Chance

Fury’s Kiss is the third novel in the Dorina Basarab series, but it also fits in well with the Cassie Palmer series. If you’re new to both, I strongly recommend that you read both in order together, because they tend to interact a lot more than you might expect. Continue reading

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Review: The Philosopher’s War by Tom Miller

The Philosopher’s War is the second novel in the series by Tom Miller. And it is an epic sequel by any means. This is a world where magic exists in the form of Philosophy. It’s also a female dominated practice, due to their innate talents. Continue reading

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Review: Hunt the Moon (Cassie Palmer #5) by Karen Chance

Hunt the Moon is the fifth Cassie Palmer novel, and man, that girl just can’t catch a break, can she? Cassie isn’t given much time to recover after defeating a god – now she has to deal with all the death threats coming at her. And naturally, as Pythia, those threats aren’t just coming at her from the present. Continue reading

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Review: In Vino Veritas by Karen Chance

In Vino Veritas is a Dorina focused short story in the Cassie Palmer world. And honestly, if you’re a fan of Dory and all of her antics, then you’re going to love this one! It fits in between two Dory novels, Death’s Mistress and Fury’s Kiss, and I’d honestly suggest reading them in that order. Continue reading

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Review: Death’s Mistress (Dorina Basarab #2) by Karen Chance

Death’s Mistress returns to the life of Dory Basarab. Dory is a lot of things. Stubborn. Protective. Witty. Dhampir. The list goes on. In this novel, Cassie finds herself in a bit of a predicament. She wants to, no has to, protect her friend at all costs, but naturally there’s a complication to that. Thankfully Dory isn’t the type to back down, and she’s got some handy contacts that she can call on for information. Continue reading

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Review: Updating Pritkin by Karen Chance

Updating Pritkin is another short story set in the Cassandra Palmer universe. And it is by far one of the funniest ones available. If you love inane humor, as well as enjoy seeing Cassie and Pritkin interact, then this is the perfect story for you. Continue reading

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Review: Shadowland by Karen Chance

Shadowland is one of the many novellas in the Cassandra Palmer World – and it is absolutely worth reading! It’s the fourth novella in the series with Pritkin being the main perspective. It’s set between A Family Affair (one of the Pritkin novellas) and Hunt the Moon. But seriously, make sure you don’t skip A Family Affair, because it adds much needed context. Continue reading

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Review: A Family Affair by Karen Chance

A Family Affair by Karen Chance is another one of the short stories that fits into the Cassandra Palmer World. In this instance, it’s another one from the perspective of Pritkin! So fans of his should be thrilled about this one. Continue reading

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Review: The House at Cobb End by Karen Chance

The House at Cobb End is another one of Karen Chance’s short stories. This one, like many of her other works, fits perfectly into the world of Cassie Palmer. In fact, this short story probably won’t make a whole lot of sense if you haven’t read any of the series up until now. Continue reading

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