It's Valentine's Day and the D'Artigo women are preparing for their friend Iris's wedding. But when Delilah and her sisters get word that the Super Community Center has been bombed, things get really ugly, The evil coyote shifters-the Koyami-are back, and Newkirk, their new leader, has joined... show more
It's Valentine's Day and the D'Artigo women are preparing for their friend Iris's wedding. But when Delilah and her sisters get word that the Super Community Center has been bombed, things get really ugly, The evil coyote shifters-the Koyami-are back, and Newkirk, their new leader, has joined forces with a group of rogue sorcerers. Then, just when they think things can't get worse, the demon lord Shadow Wing sends in a new front man, and life really goes to hell...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 7th 2012
Pages no: 306
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Otherworld (#11)
A bombing rocks the supernatural community, stunning them with fresh grief, anger and worry – who is behind it? Fingers instantly point to the human anti-supernatural hate groups who are growing louder and more vicious with each passing day. The newspapers engage in the worst kind of “journalism” an...
I think I've completely given up on writing reviews for this series, since they all end up being spoilers and a huge mess too much happens in this series to write a good review for it!
Delilah has certainly decided to start growing up. I really liked how this out of all the Delilah centric novels has spotlighted her growing awareness of the changes in her life. Galenorn has repeatedly stated through her novels that the three sisters are actually quite young in Otherworld terms a...
Do you like strong characters that continue to grow and develop? Not to mention kick butt fight scenes. Then this is the series for you! Yasmine Galenorn has a round robin series, where the POV is changed in each book to a different lead character. IE: Book 1: Camille, Book 2: Delilah, Book 3: Menol...
Expected publication: February 2012 by Berkley