New York Times best-selling author Rachel Caine has modern-day potions witches Holly and Andrew facing off against a firebrand politician who wears literally killer boots in a Texas-sized rodeo of trouble. Boot-loving Cadogan vampire Lindsey must team up with off-again, on-again vampire partner Luc when a woman from her past is targeted by supernaturals in New York Times best-selling author Chloe Neill's all-new adventure. And New York Times best-selling author Rob Thurman features Trixa Iktomi from her Trickster series dealing with magical vengeance and magical footwear. Taking kick-ass urban fantasy literally, USA Today best-selling authors Kalayna Price and Faith Hunter bring together the best of the genre to once again prove when you're fighting supernatural forces, it helps to keep your feet on the ground.
©2013 Faith Hunter and Kalayna Price (P)2013 Tantor
“Forked Tongues" – Part 3 (Holly & Andrew) by Rachel Caine - ★★★½ Stars
“Stolen Goods" – by Shannon K. Butcher - ★★★½ Stars
“The Girl with No Name"– Book 6.4 (Vampire Babylon) by Chris Marie Green - ★★
“The Devil's Left Boot"– Book 6.1 (Jane Yellowrock) by Faith Hunter - ★★★★★
“High Stakes"– Book 8.25 (Chicagoland Vampires) by Chloe Neill - ★★
“The Parlor" – by Lucienne Diver - ★★
“Red Isn't Really My Color"– Book 2.5 (Black Wings) by Christina Henry - ★★★
“Snakeskin"– Book 0.5 (Trickster) by Rob Thurman - ★★
“Ruby Red"– Book 2.5 (Alex Craft) by Kalayna Price - ★★★★
(Holly & Andrew) by Rachel Caine
(Holly & Andrew Part 1) found in- ‘Strange Brew’- "Death Warmed Over"
(Holly & Andrew Part 2) found in- ‘Hex Appeal’- "Holly’s Balm"
(Holly & Andrew Part 3) found in- ‘Kicking It’- " Forked Tongues"
I've not read the print version but I really enjoyed the audio edition.
Jane Yellowrock is always my favorite even though her part in Faith Hunter's story was minor. She is the complete heroine.
Excellent narration in all the stories.
All of the stories were very well done with interesting plots.
I hope there are more such collaborations in the future by these editors!
Good book with different stories from several authors. Well developed characters and storylines. The narrator did a good job as well. I will buy additional books by these authors.
Anthologies are hard to rate because often these are short stories taken out larger story arcs and done so as to not interfere with the larger arc if the reader doesn't read the anthology. But it is also a great opportunity to discover a new author. My difficulty with this one was not knowing any part of the back story and often not knowing the author or being able to figure out who they were without doing a web search for a fan site. I don't blame the authors but think the editors and Audible could have done a better job
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