Category: Urban Fantasy


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Taken by the Others by Jess Haines {Amanda’s Review}

Taken by the Others by Jess Haines {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 23 December, 2013 by Amanda / 8 Comments

Dammit, I dunno what to believe. Thoughts on Taken by the Others (Book 2) Oh, how I love a second book that hits the spot. After a shit ton of historical romances, I appreciated the ambiguous nature of the love interests in Taken by the Others. (Which I think may have been an issue for […]

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Hunted by Kevin Hearne {Amanda’s Review}

Hunted by Kevin Hearne {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 2 September, 2013 by Amanda / 6 Comments

Kevin Hearne—and Atticus—never disappoint. Thoughts on Hunted The Iron Druid Chronicles is one of my most recommended series and for good reason: it is entertaining and fun + it has broad appeal. This series is the kind you recommend to readers and non-readers alike. It’s “if you’re only going to read one book this year, […]

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Two Ravens and One Crow by Kevin Hearne {Amanda’s Mini Review}

Two Ravens and One Crow by Kevin Hearne {Amanda’s Mini Review}

Posted 28 August, 2013 by Amanda / 6 Comments

#NakedDruids! The Morrigan! The shenanigans ensue. Thoughts on Two Ravens and One Crow Since this is a novella, I’m going to borrow my list format from FBNLT. Two Ravens and One Crow is for people who… …are fans of the Iron Druid Chronicles …enjoy their Druids …prefer their enjoyable Druids naked (and horny) …want to […]

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Biting Cold by Chloe Neill {Amanda’s Review}

Biting Cold by Chloe Neill {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 10 April, 2013 by Amanda / 18 Comments

Forgotten how much this world rocks. Thoughts on Biting Cold Back at the end of 2011, I tore through this series, devouring books two through five within a month and culminating with a signing with Chloe Neill. I hardcore LOVED this series. It seems, though, that with time, my rabid passion for this series has lost […]

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Nightshade by Michelle Rowen {Amanda’s Review}

Nightshade by Michelle Rowen {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 20 March, 2013 by Amanda / 14 Comments

Great scientific twist to vampire lore. My Thoughts on Nightshade I’ve been on an urban fantasy kick lately, and Nightshade satisfied my craving for more UF. (MOAR UF!) This was another UF that wasn’t OHMAHGAWD AMAZING, but it was good, and I read it in a day. That doesn’t happen with many books anymore. Nightshade […]