This is one of the few series that just keeps getting better with each book. I discovered the series with Stray and ended up listening to all five books in one week--and I can't wait for the next book. Rachel Vincent is definitely one of my favorite authors now.
Gripping, imaginative and satisfying.
Rachel Morgan is always the star in these books. I love the way she never gives up, no matter how bad everything looks. She's never weak, and yet she never sways from her own moral code.
Marguerite Gavin always makes me adore Al, blending perfectly his evil and untrustworthiness with his need to be accepted and wanted. I can both love and hate him as the scene requires.
Rachel's refusal to allow Ivy and Jenks to be spellbound instead of telling them the truth.
I've really enjoyed all the Rachel Morgan books, but I really loved this one. I felt that Rachel really came into her own in this book.
Heartbreaking, uplifting, and satisfying.
The melding of two wounded heroes--man and dog--as they battled together to overcome their nightmares.
I hadn't listened to any books performed by MacLeod Andrews until this one, but I'm now going to look for more of his books.
There were many moments in this book that moved me, and I can't pick out just one.
I would love to see Scott James and Maggie become a series.
I love Partsky's novels, and Susan Ericksen brings them to life. Kudos to both women on this novel.
I have loved the Queen Betsy series from the beginning, but the last two books, one of which is this one, leads me to believe that Mary Janice Davidson is tired of the series--or just can't come up with new ideas for my favorite vampire queen. I probably won't be listening to any more of the Queen Betsy books after being disappointed twice in a row.
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