Atlanta would be a nice place to live, if it weren’t for the magic. When the magic is up, rogue mages cast their spells and monsters appear, while guns refuse to fire and cars fail to start. But then technology returns, and the magic recedes as unpredictably as it arose.
Kate Daniels works for the Order of Knights of Merciful Aid, officially as a liaison with the mercenary guild. Unofficially, she cleans up the paranormal problems no one else wants to handle – especially if they involve Atlanta’s shapeshifting community. When she’s called in to investigate a fight at the Steel Horse, a bar on the border between the territories of the shapeshifters and the necromancers, Kate quickly discovers that there’s a new player in town. One who’s been around for thousands of years – and who rode to war at the side of Kate’s father. This foe may be too much even for Kate and Curran, the Beast Lord, to handle. Because this time Kate will be taking on family.
First if WOW, what a ride. Okay now that I got that out of my system I can try to write this review. For some reason I always have trouble writing reviews for this series, which is odd since I love so much, you would think it be easier to write it but no.
This book was a pure roller coaster ride of emotions. Kate barley gets any time or room to breathe and is in constant action and danger. She meets someone in from her family and it is not a nice reunion at all, but we all figured that out already.
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