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MAGIC BLEEDS
by Ilona Andrews

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

2010 Urban Fantasy Novel Award Winner

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Having an already exceptional series exceed your expectations is a rare and wonderful thing, but Andrews unquestionably pulls it off with this astonishing read, her latest Kate Daniels novel. For fans invested in this series, the emotional payoff is huge and opens up exciting new plot possibilities. Balancing petrifying danger with biting humor is an Andrews specialty, leaving readers both grinning and gasping. Put this on your auto-buy list immediately!

When the Beast Lord Curran fails to show up for his bet-winning home-cooked meal, Kate Daniels is at turns devastated and furious. If he wants to play it that way, so be it. Their war of non-communication runs into a snag when a “Steel Mary” — or plague carrier — targets Atlanta and some shapeshifters. As Kate, who is still working for the Order of Merciful Aid, starts tracking the deadly Steel Mary, she begins to fear she may have a terrible connection to this horrific killer. Forced by circumstances to deal with each other, the complex relationship tango Kate and Curran are engaged in is about to hit a crescendo! (ACE, Jun., 384 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: ACE

Published: June 2010

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Can't Get Enough

Submitted by StoneMage on December 8, 2010 - 12:26am.

I've read Magic Bleeds now 4 times and have pre-order'd the sequel coming out next year. What a wonderful adventure filled vacation, and you never leave your favorite warm comfortable spot.

And when you're done with the Kate Daniels seris, be sure the read "The Edge" and "Bayou Moon" the next great series written by my favorite authors, Ilona Andrews.