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Glowing Reviews for Philly Coven Chronicles #1!

With Scrying for Summer coming out so soon, if you haven’t gotten a chance to check out the first book in the Philadelphia Coven Chronicles, here are all the reasons why you should be reading Hunting for Spring!

Hunters are a lonely breed, and Conor’s no exception–until he meets Brenna. Even though she slinks in unannounced and kills the wight he’s hunting down, and he should be backing carefully away, he can’t get her blinding smile or gorgeous curves off his mind. The girl’s a mystery he can’t resist, so since they’re both after the same caster who’s unleashing these monsters, he suggests teaming up. Despite her initial reluctance, Brenna joins Conor’s quest and soon the wights aren’t the only thing the lusty lady is hunting down.

He’s happy enough to satisfy her hungers, though he wishes she’d give him a few answers with her kisses. Soon enough he learns her secrets have repercussions. Faster than Conor can lift his Glock, he’s drawn into a web of kidnappings and Unseelie mischief, and it’s all concealing the machinations of a darker foe–one determined to bring Philly and the two hunters to ruin.

Coffee Time Romance says: “The writing is rich with character, and makes you lose sleep because you can’t put it down. Yes, I said you CAN’T put it down! I look forward to reading more of Katherine’s masterpieces.”

Happy Tails and Tales says: “I would love to see more from this world be created and it’s such a cool way the author created things. Overall a great paranormal romance with some excellent suspense and mystery and a fun adventure!

Romancing the Book says: “I once again found a new author. I have fallen in love with Ms. McIntyre’s world.”

Readers Review Blog says: “The romance is overall a sweet one, containing a sizzling love-making scene and oodles of sexual tension!”

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Books I Love: Cursor’s Fury

When I’m not writing, I make sure to spend some quality time with books–because my love of reading is what sparked my love of writing in the first place! Here are some of my favorite gems, originally posted on my review blog.

Cursor’s Fury (When Puppies Attack)

by Jim Butcher

Book three of Codex of Alera brings in one of the biggest battles we’ve seen yet with the twist that Tavi is a man now and leading the Legion against the Canim. The Canim you say? Yes, our furry friends are the big bad invaders at this point, coming in midway through the book after Kalare has declared war on Gaius. Of course, the timing was rather impeccable since Kalarus had been corroborating with them. With our plucky friends torn in two different directions, Kalare’s war quickly takes a backseat to this insane Canim invasion. This book was a treat to read though, as it drops more surprise bombs and plot twists than the previous ones, all with panache. As the couples start solidifying through this book, most of the point of view switches centralize on them and it’s easy to follow.

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Books I Love: Academ’s Fury

When I’m not writing, I make sure to spend some quality time with books–because my love of reading is what sparked my love of writing in the first place! Here are some of my favorite gems, originally posted on my review blog.

Academ’s Fury (More Villains in One Book than Spiderman 3)

by Jim Butcher

Book two in the Codex of Alera series finds everyone from Calderon spread across Alera. Tavi is now in the Academy and is Gaius’ own personal page. Of course, things couldn’t be easy, seeing as he has no furies, so he’s mercilessly picked on. Isana’s running the steadholt now and Bernard and Amara are in their new positions. When the vord start stomping on everyone’s picnics, Isana has to go to the Capitol to get help, but also for fancy appearances sake since she’s the first female steadholder. Now, it wouldn’t be a Jim Butcher book without a lot of action, but this book requires at least a dozen different enemies to do so.

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