Sunday, January 29, 2012

Sunday Series Spotlight #4: Kate Daniels

I love this blog and sharing my opinions on books with people. I've really enjoyed getting recommendations from others, and I hope a few people have found good books on here too. But as much as I love the books I've been reading, there are many books I read before starting the blog that I want to share too! That's why I decided to start the Sunday Series Spotlight and tell everyone about my old favorites.

You're welcome to share your own favorite –just grab the button and leave a link in the comments.

This week's spotlight is on Kate Daniels by Ilona Andrews

Atlanta would be a nice place to live, if it weren't for magic...

One moment magic dominates, and cars stall and guns fail. The next, technology dominates, and the defensive spells no longer protect your house from monsters. Here skyscrapers topple under onslaught of magic; werebears and werehyenas prowl through the ruined streets; the Masters of the Dead, driven by their thirst for power and wealth, pilot blood-crazed vampires with their minds. In this world lives Kate Daniels. Kate likes her sword a little too much and has a hard time controlling her mouth. The magic in her blood makes her a target, and she spent most of her life hiding in plain sight. But when Kate's guardian is murdered, she must choose to do nothing and remain safe or to pursue her preternatural killer. Hiding is easy, but the right choice is rarely easy...

Kate Daniels is another one of those series that you hear me rave about at least once a week. I adore Kate. She's awesome and powerful and badass, but she has weaknesses and gets hurt and has to make difficult choices. And Curran...I think I'm in love with Curran. Kate and Curran are my favorite fictional couple. They crack me up and make me go "awwww." The stories are always exciting, dangerous, and surprising. I could keep going on for pages and pages about how much I freaking love this series, but I'll stop now. Please, please just read it! It's spectacular. Seriously, just thinking about it is making me happy.


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  2. Kate, this is a really awesome idea! I'll grab the button and link back to your page.

    Kate Daniels sounds so good! I think I'm going to leave Magic Bites for the last book on my P10. That way, I can buy the rest of the series as soon as I finish it!

    Oh, for the post on this my blog is: Lit Girl


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