Tag Archives: Urban Fantasy

Review: Blackbird Rising by Keri Arthur

Inspired by the legend of King Arthur, this is a modern fantasy, one full of magic, lore, and responsibilities. The sword of the Witch King has sat in the stone for hundreds of years. And its Gwen’s job to make sure it remains safely there. Continue reading

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Review: Smoke Bitten by Patricia Briggs

Smoke Bitten is the latest novel in Patricia Briggs’ Mercy Thompson series. Thankfully, the series appears to be far from over. I, for one, couldn’t be happier about that fact. This is a series close to my heart, and I will hang onto it with everything that I have. Continue reading

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Review: Wild Hunger by Chloe Neill

Wild Hunger is the first in a new series by Chloe Neill. But don’t worry, it is still connected to her famous Chicagoland Vampire series. There is no doubt that this is a spinoff series – so fans will be thrilled. That being said, it isn’t a bad starting point for new fans either. Which makes it the best of both worlds. Continue reading

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Review: Shatter the Earth by Karen Chance

Shatter the Earth is the tenth novel in the Cassie Palmer series by Karen Chance, and this is a series still going strong. It’s admittedly one of my favorite series, so you’ll have to forgive my slight bias in recommending it so much! Continue reading

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Review: Sweep With Me

Sweep With Me is the latest in the Innkeeper Chronicles by Ilona Andrews (Ilona and Andrew Gordon). It’s a holiday novella, which means it’s all sweet and endearing, and was really the perfect gift from our wonderful authors. Continue reading

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Review: A Fistful of Charms by Kim Harrison

A Fistful of Charms is the fourth novel in The Hollows series by Kim Harrison. The whole series follows Rachel Morga, a witch for hire with a serious talent for getting herself into massive amounts of trouble. Continue reading

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Review: The Good, The Bad, and The Undead by Kim Harrison

The Good, The Bad, and The Undead is the second novel in Kim Harrison’s Hollows series, and it is a whirlwind adventure. One that throws countless surprises at Rachel and her newly found partners. It’s no wonder that this series has been one of my favorite Urban Fantasy series for years. Continue reading

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Review: Wicked Hour by Chloe Neill

Wicked Hour is the second novel in the Heirs of Chicagoland series by Chloe Neill. And yes, the entire series is a spin-off of her famous Chicagoland series, in case that wasn’t obvious. Fans of her writing are going to love this latest addition to her world. Continue reading

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Review: Sapphire Flames (Hidden Legacy #4) by Ilona Andrews

Sapphire Flames is the fourth novel in the Hidden Legacy series, but it doesn’t follow Nevada anymore. Instead it follows her younger sister, Catalina. Like Nevada, Catalina is an amazing investigator, one with unique abilities. Unlike Nevada, Catalina is afraid of her powers. She doesn’t trust herself with them, and one can hardly blame her for that. Continue reading

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Review: Reap the Wind (Cassandra Palmer #7) by Karen Chance

Reap the Wind is the seventh novel in the Cassandra Palmer series. And as if she didn’t have enough to deal with, her plate seems to be getting fuller and fuller. Now she’s got her court to deal with – and protect – along with trying to win or prevent a war, save a friend, and so much more. Continue reading

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