Kate Daniels has quit the Order of Merciful Aid, but starting her own business isn't easy when the Order starts disparaging her good name. And being the mate of the Beast Lord doesn't bring in the customers, either. So when Atlanta's premier Master of the Dead asks for help with a vampire, Kate... show more
Kate Daniels has quit the Order of Merciful Aid, but starting her own business isn't easy when the Order starts disparaging her good name. And being the mate of the Beast Lord doesn't bring in the customers, either. So when Atlanta's premier Master of the Dead asks for help with a vampire, Kate jumps at the chance. Unfortunately, this is one case where Kate should have looked before she leapt.
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Kate Daniels (#5)
Note: This series does need to be read in order!~ 5 Magic Slays Stars ~(Possible Spoilers Of Previous Books Ahead) - tried to keep it minimal Another winner in the Kate Daniels series. WOW just WOW!Magic Slays brings us a new threat that threatens the very fabric of magic, alliances will be made, pe...
4.5 starsMay Contain SpoilersThis volume of the Kate Daniels series started with a huge bang. After a navigator loses control of a vampire, Kate has to head off a blood-thirsty vampire before it wreaks havoc near her office. This adventure will seem tame after she’s hired by the Red Guard to locate ...
I always worry when a series goes longer than four books. In my experience, very few can go past that point and still keep the magic that made the first books so incredible. Characters lose their edge, relationships lose their spark, and the plot runs around in circles. This series definitely does...
This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life.Anyone who has followed my reviews knows that I am in love with this series. Seriously....it is just the best. I loved this book when I read it over 4 years ago and I loved it during this re-read. I probably liked it even more the second time ...
I had this one and the seventh install mixed up a bit in my head. I guess I went through them in a spree last time too. The dialogues on inhumanity, rage, us vs them mentality were awesome, starting with Gasthek's reasons for the Witch Trial's chains, down to Doolitle's soliloquy Kate's and Curran...
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