Pirate’s Alley by Suzanne Johnson

April 21st, 2015 Kimberly Review 76 Comments

21st Apr
Pirate’s Alley by Suzanne Johnson

Political backstabbing and alliances take center stage in Pirate’s Alley the fourth book in Suzanne Johnson’s Sentinel of New Orleans series. Bizarre weather and serious power plays complicated by friendship had me flipping the pages of this urban fantasy.

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Clean Sweep by Ilona Andrews

April 16th, 2015 Kimberly Review 54 Comments

16th Apr
Clean Sweep by Ilona Andrews

Clean Sweep by writing duo Ilona Andrews is the first in the Innkeeper Chronicles series and once again, I chose to listen with narrator Renee Raudman. A cross between science fiction and urban fantasy Clean Sweep was an absolute blast on audio.

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Revenant by Kat Richardson

April 11th, 2015 Kimberly Review 19 Comments

11th Apr
Revenant by Kat Richardson

Revenant is the ninth and final book in the Greywalker series by Kat Richardson. I have thoroughly enjoyed my journey with Harper and Quintin. Richardson’s urban fantasy series was fresh and the cases fascinated me. For fans of the series, Revenant offered closure as well as an exciting case that had us rushing around Europe.

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Magic Breaks by Ilona Andrews

April 10th, 2015 Kimberly Review 58 Comments

10th Apr
Magic Breaks by Ilona Andrews

OMG..I am finally up-to-date with the Kate Daniels’ series and have now joined the ranks of fans waiting for more! Magic Breaks about blew my mind. As ya’ll know I am listening to the audio books narrated by the fabulous Renée Raudman. In the audio edition, we get a message from the author(s) as we have reached a pivotal point in the arc plot. I was glad since this almost read like the final book and that my friends would have been awful. Mind blowing, action packed and a superb example of the brilliance that comprises this writing duo I was left spent and wordless.

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Omens by Kelley Armstrong

April 9th, 2015 Kimberly Review 71 Comments

9th Apr
Omens by Kelley Armstrong

Do you ever let a book sit in your TBR pile and then kick yourself when you finally read it? If you are a book buying, one-click addict like me, I am sure you can relate. Omens by Kelley Armstrong was one such book. I bought it around release and finally picked it up for Take Control. I am so glad that I did. I enjoy Armstrong’s books and Omens the first in her Cainsville series combines mystery and subtle paranormal elements. I was completely hooked from the superstitions to the town of Cainsville.

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Cursed by Fire by Danielle Annett

March 19th, 2015 Kimberly Review 54 Comments

19th Mar
Cursed by Fire by Danielle Annett

Cursed by Fire by Danielle Annett is the first book in the Blood & Magic series. An adult urban fantasy that takes place in Spokane, Washington featuring a mercenary named Aria Naveed. She is also a Psyker (human born with psychokinetic powers) who has trouble controlling her abilities. This was a short novel and a solid start to the series.

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A Curse Unbroken by Cecy Robson

March 10th, 2015 Kimberly Review 62 Comments

10th Mar
A Curse Unbroken by Cecy Robson

A Curse Unbroken by Cecy Robson is the fifth Weird Girls novel and final book about Celia Wird and Aric, at least for now. This urban fantasy romance is intense as evil once again threatens Celia and those she loves. Not quite as dark and gory as it’s predecessor Robson finally delivers what fans have been pining for.

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Magic Rises by Ilona Andrews

March 7th, 2015 Kimberly Review 26 Comments

7th Mar
Magic Rises by Ilona Andrews

I am laughing to myself as I write this review. Its Christmas Eve morning and I have pies in the oven. I have been blowing through this series and loving every moment of it. No you’re not crazy, it is indeed March. I review ahead and thus here we are. *Finally* Magic Rising is the sixth audio in Ilona Andrews wildly popular Kate Daniels series and has us traveling to Europe. The audio was fifteen hours in length but it felt like four. Filled with angst, miscommunication and death once again Andrews held me captive as I listened to Magic Rising.

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