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Devon Monk
Devon Monk writes the Allie Beckstrom urban fantasy series and the spinoff Broken Magic series. She also writes the Age of Steam steampunk series, the House Immortal series, and the occasional short story. She has one husband, two sons, and lives in Oregon. When not writing, Devon is either... show more

Devon Monk writes the Allie Beckstrom urban fantasy series and the spinoff Broken Magic series. She also writes the Age of Steam steampunk series, the House Immortal series, and the occasional short story. She has one husband, two sons, and lives in Oregon. When not writing, Devon is either drinking too much coffee or knitting silly things.
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Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 2 months ago
Anthology. I'm kind of (90%) over vampire books but there are a few authors that I love so I'm going to pick and choose what I want to read. I don't usually do this and try to give every story a try but like I said, I'm kind of done with vampires.I only read a few of the stories and I think overall ...
Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 7 months ago
Hit and miss. I found "Galatea and Pygmalion" by Kate Danley to be a rather interesting take on the Greek myth. The story makes good use of gender roles and storytelling. "Princess Charming" by Yasmine Galenorn was the best tale in the collection. I love the use of letter writing and the solutions t...
Manga Maniac Cafe
Manga Maniac Cafe rated it 12 months ago
3.25 starsI listened to the audio bookAllie Beckstrom works as a Hound, sniffing out illegal magic use for paying customers. Her father is the head of Beckstrom Industries, a company that has made a fortune harnessing magic so the masses can use it – for a price. Allie lives in a crappy, run-down ap...
Tami
Tami rated it 1 year ago
It had nice moments and an original world building. But it wasn't really funny and the story was not fascinating. It was not quite clear why the police chief protag Delaney felt that solving the murder was more urgent than finding someone to house the god power - which has a strict time limit of s...
Lyndi
Lyndi rated it 2 years ago
I was disappointed in the last book because the romance was built up and then horrifically squashed. I wasn't sure I'd be able to forgive Ryder for his callous behavior, but this second book has helped. Until he did something epically stupid in this book and now I'm just not sure about anything.I'll...
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