Category: Urban Fantasy


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The Mage in Black by Jaye Wells {Amanda’s Review}

The Mage in Black by Jaye Wells {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 6 March, 2013 by Amanda / 16 Comments

“No, wait. Just one more chapter.” Thoughts on The Mage in Black Sabina is back! Back in black! Okay. That was lame of me for going there. I’m sorry. I was a little hesitant going into this book because…it’s the second book. Second books freak me out a little: they’re the realization (or failure) of the […]

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Trapped by Kevin Hearne {Amanda’s Review}

Trapped by Kevin Hearne {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 27 February, 2013 by Amanda / 32 Comments

The IDC series keeps getting better. [Is it June yet? No? Damn.] My Thoughts on Trapped This series fucking rocks. Yes, the swearing is necessary. Kevin Hearne manages to shove Atticus’s personality off the pages and straight into your brain, making these stories so deliciously addicting. Delicious like the Atticus cover model or chocolate or whatever food […]

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Tricked by Kevin Hearne {Amanda’s Review}

Tricked by Kevin Hearne {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 13 February, 2013 by Amanda / 23 Comments

Gods below, I missed this series. Thoughts on Tricked Jumping back into this series is like sliding into your favorite pair of quirky pajamas. You find yourself in a state of amused contentment. I mean, really. How can you pass up mentions of boners in the rain and guilt ferrets? YOU CAN’T. (Well, you can. […]

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Summoning the Night by Jenn Bennett {Amanda’s Review}

Summoning the Night by Jenn Bennett {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 28 January, 2013 by Amanda / 11 Comments

Glad I continued with this series. Thoughts on Summoning the Night I’m not exactly sure how I first started this series. I think it was one of those Tara recommendations. I remember liking the world, but not so fond of the age difference between Cady and Lon. I probably wouldn’t have picked up Summoning the Night […]

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Red-Headed Stepchild by Jaye Wells {Amanda’s Review}

Red-Headed Stepchild by Jaye Wells {Amanda’s Review}

Posted 12 November, 2012 by Amanda / 32 Comments

Fantastic UF, and great series potential. My Thoughts on Red-Headed Stepchild I was in serious need of a good urban fantasy, so I chose Red-Headed Stepchild. I was not disappointed. Sabina Kane and her world were exactly what I needed to appease my reading mood. To be honest, I’m not really sure where I first […]