Marcus Brighton has a problem. I even found a new author I want to try. Stolen Goods by Shannon Butcher— Having heard of Mrs Butcher but not being a paranormal romance fan, this was my introduction to her writing. This is how a short story collection should be done! I liked that t This review is only bases on the stories by the following stories Shannon K. I liked this, although there is just a brief cameo for Jane.

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Luc doesnt listen to well. No, but I would enjoy learning more about them in future stories. This was a lovely addition to the Chicagoland world. I am an anthology nut so I liked Kicking It.

Youthful in appearance and dangerous in reality; Trixa gives her customers what they ask for but often manipulates the results. Rachel Caine author Shannon K. Some I knew before and some are new to me, one reason I like beill books like this.

Kicking It by Faith Hunter

Matthew’s skills are in his craft with leathers and it’s clear there’s more to this man than Simone first gauged. English Choose a language for shopping. When they are contacted by one of the mean kids who used to bully them in school they are reluctant to help her in any way but, once they realise her mother is missing and that blood magic may have been involved in the disappearance, they feel like they have to step in.


The other thing I like about this anthology was the length of the stories. They all had some meat on the bones, enough to let the stories develop.

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Refresh and try again. I love the mix of Greek mythology in modern-day mysteries. Red Isn’t Really My Color – Christina Henry – from her Black Wings series, I only read the first book which hadn’t grabbed me but this had enough promise to make me consider checking out the second book – the gargoyle is kind of cute.

Please try again later. As someone that’s never read the series, I had no problems whatsoever following Luc and Lindsey and enjoying their love story.

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While this story did make me curious enough to add the first book to my to read mountain I do think I’d have enjoyed this more if I was already familiar with the world. The same fate as her friends who were slaughtered back in the days of bathtub gin and speakeasies. I love the Alex Craft series, and was hoping that we’d get something with more Death and Alex. She took a lesson and—after a bout of panic attacks from fear of drowning—discovered she loved the sport.

This anthology is a lifesaver!

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I will not review all of the stories, but I hags picked four of them to give you a look into the books. Instead we get more insight into the world by getting to spend a little time with various secondary characters, although we do get glimpses of from our fave heroines.

Kicking It, featuring “High Stakes,” a Luc & Lindsey Short Story

Chloe Neill Goodreads Author Contributor. At the same time, in a full-lenght novel Neill could have explored Lindsay’s background further something I loved about the story!


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The first story is Rachel Caine’s “Forked Tongues” and probably my favorite in the collection. I liked that t This review is only bases on the stories by the following stories Shannon K. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.

KICKING IT | Faith Hunter

This seems like it could be part of a series but I was unable to find a series with this character. The new paths their thoughts take you down is a journey you don’t want to miss. Faith Hunter – I love the world of Jane Yellowrock, so was happy to see this story was set in it, but was surprised chlod held more of the Everhart sisters. There are so many awesome authors in this book.

Price’s Ruby Red is set in the Grave Witch world with characters that could easily have their own books, but these two may have bad news for Alex. Mar 18, Elizabeth rated it really liked it.