Review: Whatever It Takes by Krista & Becca Ritchie

Whatever It Takes by Krista & Becca Ritchie
Series: Bad Reputation Duet #1 (full reading order below)
Publication Date: January 21st 2020
Links: EbookPaperback • Goodreads
Source: I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review


Call me what you want: Bad Boy Next Door. Trouble. That Kid Who Can’t Do Anything Right.

When Willow moves into my neighborhood, nothing should have happened. She’s geeky. Shy. A true wallflower.

Willow is a good girl.
Too good for me.

And how the hell was I supposed to know that she’s related to Loren Hale—yeah, that douchebag celebrity that lives on my street. The same guy I’ve been pranking by spray painting vulgar words on his mailbox and worse. Much worse.

Don’t ask me why I do the things I do.
Don’t ask me why it had to be her.

I’m cursed. Simple as that. But here’s the thing about people who are cursed—they break everything they touch.

And yet. . .I still want to touch her. ​

I truly never thought I’d see the day where we finally get Willow and Garrison’s much-awaited full story!!! I am beyond happy and grateful Krista & Becca Ritchie have finally given it to us – at least the first part. Luckily, book two of the Bad Reputation Duet is out only a week after Whatever It Takes! This is a new adult romance that’s a spinoff of the Addicted series, though you don’t have to read the original to understand this duet. But if you are a fan of the Addicted world and all its fantastic characters, you’ll want to get your hands on WIT immediately!

Originally, Willow and Garrison’s beginning was released on Wattpad, and it was such an adorable, wholesome new adult romance. We have two complete opposites who connect over their loneliness and bond over all things nerdy like comic books. In Whatever It Takes, we do get to see those original chapters again. The book is told in past and present POVs, so the past chapters are mainly made up of what we’d read on Wattpad, which I honestly didn’t mind reading again. We get to see how Willow and Garrison first meet alongside their present-day, long-distance relationship and how they deal with living across an ocean from each other. It was an interesting contrast to read about their relationship at two different points – one being sweet, slow, romantic, and the other full of longing and little bit of heartbreak.

I loved being back in this world. I enjoyed Garrison and Willow’s story so much, but I LOVED seeing the Calloways, Hales, Cobalts, and Meadows again. Seeing the Core 6 in their element made my heart sing. But don’t worry, if you haven’t read any of the original books, I don’t think you’ll feel lost. It’s just an amazing cast of secondary characters 😉

If you enjoy NA romances, WIT is a must read. There are parts that are set in college, a first love between a bad boy and a good girl, and a little bit of angst. It was just a great first book in this duet and I’m dying to get my hands on Wherever You Are!

Reading Order: Bad Reputation Duet

#1 ~ Whatever It Takes: EbookPaperback • Goodreads
#2 ~ Wherever You Are: EbookGoodreads (Jan. 28, 2020)

The Bad Reputation Duet is the spinoff of the Addicted & Calloway Sisters series! However, you don’t need to read the original series to understand the Bad Reputation Duet.

Reading Order: Addicted/Calloway Sisters series

Addicted to You by Krista & Becca Ritchie Ricochet by Krista & Becca Ritchie Addicted for Now by Krista & Becca Ritchie Kiss the Sky by Krista & Becca Ritchie Hothouse Flower by Krista & Becca Ritchie
Thrive by Krista & Becca Ritchie Addicted After All by Krista & Becca Ritchie Fuel the Fire by Krista & Becca Ritchie Long Way Down by Krista & Becca Ritchie Some Kind of Perfect by Krista & Becca Ritchie

#1 ~ Addicted to You: My Review • Ebook • Paperback • Audible • Goodreads
#1.5 ~ Ricochet: My Review • Ebook • Paperback • Audible • Goodreads
#2 ~ Addicted for Now: My Review • Ebook • Paperback • Audible • Goodreads
#2.1 (Calloway Sisters #1) ~ Kiss the Sky: My Review • Ebook • Paperback • Audible • Goodreads
#2.2 (Calloway Sisters #2) ~ Hothouse Flower: Ebook • Paperback • Audible • Goodreads
#2.5 ~ Thrive: My Review • Ebook • Paperback • Audible • Goodreads
#3 ~ Addicted After All: EbookPaperback • Audible • Goodreads
#3.1 (Calloway Sisters #3) ~ Fuel the Fire: My Review • EbookPaperback • Audible • Goodreads
#3.2 (Calloway Sisters #4) ~ Long Way Down: EbookPaperbackAudible • Goodreads
#3.5 (Calloway Sisters #4.5) ~ Some Kind of Perfect: My Review • EbookPaperbackAudible • Goodreads

The Like Us series is the spinoff series of the Addicted & Calloway Sisters series.

Reading Order: Like Us series


#1 ~ Damaged Like Us: Ebook • PaperbackAudible • Goodreads
#2 ~ Lovers Like Us: EbookPaperbackAudibleGoodreads
#3 ~ Alphas Like Us: EbookPaperbackAudibleGoodreads
#4 ~ Tangled Like Us: EbookPaperbackAudibleGoodreads
#5 ~ Sinful Like Us: EbookPaperbackAudibleGoodreads
#6 ~ Headstrong Like Us: EbookPaperbackAudibleGoodreads
#7 ~ Charming Like Us: EbookGoodreads (June 23, 2020)
#8 ~ Wild Like Us: Goodreads (2020)


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Review: Love Her or Lose Her by Tessa Bailey

Love Her or Lose Her by Tessa Bailey
Series: Hot & Hammered #2 (full reading order below)
Publication Date: January 14th 2020
Links: EbookPaperbackAudibleGoodreads
Source: I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review

New York Times bestselling author Tessa Bailey returns with a unique, sexy romantic comedy about a young married couple whose rocky relationship needs a serious renovation…

Rosie and Dominic Vega are the perfect couple: high school sweethearts, best friends, madly in love. Well, they used to be anyway. Now Rosie’s lucky to get a caveman grunt from the ex-soldier every time she walks in the door. Dom is faithful and a great provider, but the man she fell in love with ten years ago is nowhere to be found. When her girlfriends encourage Rosie to demand more out of life and pursue her dream of opening a restaurant, she decides to demand more out of love, too. Three words: marriage boot camp.

Never in a million years did Rosie believe her stoic, too-manly-to-emote husband would actually agree to relationship rehab with a weed-smoking hippie. Dom talking about feelings? Sitting on pillows? Communing with nature? Learning love languages? Nope. But to her surprise, he’s all in, and it forces her to admit her own role in their cracked foundation. As they complete one ridiculous—yet surprisingly helpful—assignment after another, their remodeled relationship gets stronger than ever. Except just as they’re getting back on track, Rosie discovers Dom has a secret… and it could demolish everything.

YAASSSSSS!!!! The hype for Rosie and Dominic was REAL ever since I read Fix Her Up. I was expecting all the good angst and groveling in Love Her or Lose Her and Tessa Bailey gave all that to me and then some. I did have my frustrations with Dominic but I loved him (and Rosie) anyway. This was SO MUCH FUN to read and I have to say I loved it even more than FHU. The heartache, the humor, the sexy times… all of it together made a fantastic read. And if you’re expecting your classic TB alpha, dirty-talking hero, look no further than Dominic.

My favorite kinds of romance tropes are ones where the main characters have some sort of history together: second chance romance, friends to lovers, the brother’s best friend romance, etc. And of course, the already married couple trope! (Honestly, I’m not sure if that’s what the trope is called but we’ll go with that.) I’ve read some amazing romances where the hero and heroine are already married (and not in a marriage of convenience) at the beginning of the novel and I’m so glad to say Love Her or Lose Her is another hit to add to my list. Rosie and Dominic are high school sweethearts, but their marriage has fallen on the rocks ever since Dominic came back from his time in the army. He doesn’t communicate with Rosie anymore and she’s about had enough. She wants a divorce, Dominic doesn’t, they’re still completely in love with one another… so what do they have left? Marriage couples counseling.

“You really thought I wouldn’t take any chance—any chance—to get you back, didn’t you?” His voice roughened. “Fuck, Rosie. You can’t be serious.”

I just adored Rosie and Dominic and their path to an HEA (again). They both have their own journeys, Rosie with her career and passion for cooking, Dominic with learning how to communicate, but together is where they truly shine. You can clearly tell how much these two are meant to be together and I loved getting to be a part of that experience.

“I’ll do anything you ask me to do,” he said in a gravelly voice. “Except walk away.”

Tessa Bailey is one of my all-time favorite authors and rarely does she let me down. She always gives me exactly what I expect (a kickass heroine, obsessed alpha hero, all the steam) and she absolutely delivers with this newest release! Right now, I’m dying for Bethany’s story, and if you’ve read this book, then you know who her enemies-to-lovers romance will be with!


Reading Order: Hot & Hammered series

#1 ~ Fix Her Up: Ebook • PaperbackAudible • Goodreads
#2 ~ Love Her or Lose Her: EbookPaperbackAudibleGoodreads
#3 ~ Tools of Engagement: EbookPaperbackAudible • Goodreads


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Lunar New Year Readathon 2020 Announcement + TBR Recommendations!

Hello and welcome to the first annual Lunar New Year Readathon, hosted by me, Lacey from Booklovers For Life, and Lisa from Remarkably Lisa! This readathon will occur every Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year, and centers around Asian romance books: romances written by Asian authors and/or romances with Asian main characters. We know not every Asian country celebrates LNY, but we wanted a readathon to celebrate Asian romance authors as a whole. It’s also the Year of the Rat, which is actually my Chinese Zodiac!

Lisa and I are two Asian book bloggers (I’m Chinese-American, Lisa is Chinese-Canadian) who connected through Bookstagram and also started our own Booktube channels in 2019! (Follow us here: LaceyBooklovers & RemarkablyLisa.) We are incredibly excited to host this readathon and hope you’ll join in. Use the hashtag #LNYReadathon20 if you do so we can follow along!

Lunar New Year Readathon 2020 Details:

Dates: January 24-26, 2020
What to read: any romance book written by an Asian author and/or has an Asian hero or heroine

That’s it! It’s a go-at-your-own-pace kind of readathon, no challenges or other criteria besides the one above. Read as many or as little as you want. You can choose to share your TBRs on Instagram, Youtube, your blog – we want you to join from anywhere!

Here’s an Instagram TBR template if you’d like to use it!

Click here for the full size.

If you need suggestions or recommendations for romances to read for the readathon, we’ve got you covered. I marked (*) on the books available on KU.

Asian romance authors:

Helen Hoang: (Asian + autistic MCs) The Kiss Quotient (escort hero), The Bride Test (mail order bride)
Nalini Singh: Psy-Changeling series (PNR, Bonds of Justice/Shield of Winter have Asian MCs), Guild Hunter series (urban fantasy/romance, Archangel’s Shadows/Archangel’s Viper have Asian MCs), Hard Play series (contemporary, Rebel Hard has Asian MC)
Jen Frederick: Gridiron series* (NA sports/college), Hitman series (dark/mafia), Want You (forbidden, age gap)

Courtney Milan: Cyclone series (billionaire & poor college student swap lives, Asian MCs), Brothers Sinister series (historical)
Alisha Rai: Forbidden Hearts series (Hate to Want You (enemies to lovers, second chance romance)/Wrong to Need You (forbidden, falling for the ex-brother-in-law) have Asian MCs), The Right Swipe (hero ghosted heroine, he comes back in her life)/Girl Gone Viral (falling for the bodyguard), Pleasure series (erotica, Asian MCs)
Sylvia Day: Crossfire series (erotica, billionaire CEO hero), Butterfly in Frost* (novella, Asian MC)

Marian Tee: Bought by the Billionaire Rancher (mail order bride/nanny), Slade (secret billionaire + fake relationship), Beast of Mine* (PNR), Truly Madly Deeply (professor/student, forbidden)
S.L. Jennings: Fear of Falling* (NA), Dark Light series* (NA PNR), Se7en Sinners series* (NA dark PNR)
Ruby Lang: Uptown series (rom-com, Asian MCs)
Jackie Lau: (all have Asian MCs!) A Fake Girlfriend for Chinese New Year, Grumpy Fake Boyfriend, The Ultimate Pi Day Party (baker heroine helps hero plan party), Man vs. Durian (meet cute: spilling durian all over the hero)

Mia Hopkins: Eastside Brewery series (gangster + ex-con brothers)
Grace Callaway: Her Wanton Wager/Mayhem in Mayfair series (historical, seducing his enemy’s sister), The Lady Who Came in from the Cold (historical, married couple, heroine was a former spy)/The Viscount Always Knocks Twice (historical, enemies to lovers, best friend’s brother)/Heat of Enquiry series
Carla De Guzman: How She Likes It (office romance, single dad, Asian MC), Chasing Mindy (opposites attract, set in Paris, Asian MC)

Sonali Dev: Pride Prejudice & Other Flavors (Pride & Prejudice retelling, Asian MC)
Mina V. Esguerra: What Kind of Day (tour guide heroine, Asian MC), Kiss and Cry (skating & hockey sports romance, Asian MC)
Farah Heron: The Chai Factor (enemies to lovers, he’s renting her basement, Asian MC)
Nisha Sharma: The Takeover Effect (corporate espionage, Asian MC)
Amalie Howard: The Beast of Beswick (Beauty & the Beast x Taming of the Shrew historical)

Six de los Reyes: Project Saving Noah (oceanographer + math whiz, Asian MC)
Roselle Lim: Natalie Tan’s Book of Luck and Fortune (chef heroine, Asian MC)
Tif Marcelo: The Key to Happily Ever After (wedding planning sisters)
Sarah Smith: Faker (enemies to lovers office romance, Asian MC)
Rose Chen: Sin with Me (opposites attract, Asian MC)
Jeanette Grey: Seven Nights to Surrender (swept away in Paris), When It’s Right (friends to lovers novella), Confessions in the Dark (neighbors, tortured hero)

Jeannie Lin: Tang Dynasty series (Chinese historical romances): Butterfly Swords (princess + warrior), The Dragon and the Pearl (stolen away by the warlord hero), My Fair Concubine (My Fair Lady retelling); Gunpowder Alchemy (steampunk/fantasy, Asian MC)
Cathy Yardley: Prose Before Bros* (librarian + best friend’s biker brother, Asian MC), Level Up (friends to lovers between geeky introvert + extraverted roommate), One True Pairing (fake relationship between Hollywood actor + hometown girl)
Sherry Thomas: A Study in Scarlet Women (female Sherlock Holmes, Victorian mystery), The Luckiest Lady in London (marriage of convenience, historical), Beguiling the Beauty (enemies to lovers, historical)

Jade Lee/Kathy Lyons: Wedded in Sin* (historical, MCs work together to get back heroine’s inheritance), Rules for a Lady* (historical, heroine disguised as her dead half-sister and falls for her guardian), Locker Room Diaries series (baseball romance, Hitting It has Asian MC), The Bear Who Loved Me (bear shifter PNR)
Coleen Kwan: Best Friends with the Billionaire (friends to lovers), Unexpectedly Yours (best friend’s older sister, accidental pregnancy), Short Soup (friends to lovers, Asian MC)
Amara Royce: Always a Stranger (historical, Japanese performer + mysterious employer)

Suleikha Snyder: Tikka Chance on Me (bad boy biker, Asian MC)
Eve Montelibano: Hotter Than Sin (forbidden, age gap), Baby Daddy* (older heroine, younger hero)
Marjorie M. Liu: Tiger Eye (PNR), The Iron Hunt (urban fantasy, Asian MC)
Vicki Essex: Back to the Good Fortune Diner (small town romance, high school crush/boy she used to tutor, Asian MC), A Recipe for Reunion (former high school crush), Red Carpet Arrangement (Hollywood, accidental pregnancy)

Romances with Asian main characters:

Black Tie Billionaire by Naima Simone
Falling for His Best Friend (she wants a baby) & His Lover to Protect (he chases her around Europe) by Katee Robert
Josh & Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating by Christina Lauren (friends to lovers)
Bad for the Boss by Talia Hibbert (forbidden office romance)
It Takes Two (enemies to lovers, best friend’s brother) & Sleeping with Her Enemy (enemies to lovers office romance) by Jenny Holiday
Let Us Dream by Alyssa Cole (historical, 1917 NYC, cabaret owner + her chef)

Dignity by Jay Crownover (rom suspense, heroine hacks through hero’s security and steals from him)
Most Likely to Score by Lauren Blakely (forbidden sports romance)
Guarding Her Heart by Adore Ian (heroine on the run befriends and becomes new roommates with security guard hero)
Piece of Work* by Staci Hart (rom-com, heroine is the new museum curator intern)
Zero Hour (rom suspense, hackers) & Final Day (M/M rom suspense) by Megan Erickson

Heavy Equipment by Skye Warren (dark novella)
In a Badger Way by Shelly Laurenston (PNR, opposites attract, panda shifter hero)
Surviving Ice by K.A. Tucker (rom suspense, tattoo artist heroine, ex-Navy SEAL hero)
Down to Ash by Melissa Blue (best friend’s sister)
Redemption* by Kenya Wright (holiday, single mom)
Fit (plus-sized heroine, BDSM) & Sated (nerds, BDSM) by Rebekah Weatherspoon

Hideaway* by Penelope Douglas (dark, suspense)
The Iron Duke by Meljean Brook (fantasy, steampunk)
Driven to Distraction* by Olivia Dade (enemies to lovers, librarian + friend’s younger brother, forced proximity)
Hard Candy by Amy Jo Cousins (M/M, rowing jock + dancer)
Tempting Danger/World of the Lupi series by Eileen Wilks (urban fantasy)
Hard Asset by Pamela Clare (rom suspense, in Bangladesh, prosecutor heroine + leader of her security)

My Korean Crush series by Shannon Kent (falling in love in Korea)
The Play* by Karina Halle (opposites attract, rugby hero)
His Revenge Baby* by Theodora Taylor (secret identities, billionaire hero)
Double Six by Brenda Murphy (F/F, BDSM, Mistress MC)
Wicked Nights by Gena Showalter (PNR, warrior angel hero)
Lunchtime Chronicles: The Bento Box* by Olivia Gaines (coroner heroine, billionaire hero)

Best Friend Bride by Kat Cantrell (CEO hero, marriage of convenience, friends to lovers)
Man of Ice* by Fiona M. Marsden (Winter Olympics ice-skating partners)
Getting Cole for Xmas* by Seyna Rytes (holiday, mature MCs)
The Bubble Match* by Merav Tuson Vardy (tech CEO hero + mystery woman he meets online)
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Vampire by Kerrelyn Sparks (PNR, marine turned vampire + shifter princess)
Once Upon a Moonlit Night by Elizabeth Hoyt (historical, novella, heiress on the run)

Born to be Wilde by Eloisa James (historical, enemies to lovers, hero plays matchmaker)
The China Bride by Mary Jo Putney (historical, husband back from the dead)
The Secret She Keeps by HelenKay Dimon (rom suspense, small town island)

And here are some Asian romance authors debuting in 2020!
Jayci Lee: Temporary Wife Temptation & A Sweet Mess
Suzanne Park: Loathe at First Sight & The Perfect Escape
Sara Desai: The Marriage Game

If you have any recs you’d like us to add to these lists, please leave them down below! And if you’d like to share this list, please link back to this post.


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Audiobook Review: Starfish by Lisa Becker

Starfish by Lisa Becker
Series: Standalone
Audiobook Publication Date: December 10th 2019
Length: 8 hours and 33 minutes
Narrated by: Erin Mallon & Sebastian York
Links: Audible • EbookPaperback • Goodreads
Source: I received an audiobook in exchange for an honest review

Ambitious graduate Marin Collins accepts a four-month internship at a prestigious public relations firm to work on a tech account, but her plans are derailed when she’s assigned to go on the road with touring rock band Kings Quarters, hailed by Rolling Stone as the next big thing.

Enter Brad Osterhauser, the reluctant rock star who would rather be coding computer games than penning Grammy-nominated songs.

Traveling by bus, city to city with a group of practical joking bandmates and a greedy manager, Marin and Brad forge a friendship and forbidden romance over a shared love of Seinfeld episodes, stolen moments and Red Vines.

But when Marin’s accused of betraying her company and the band, will Brad come to her defense or believe she was disloyal to him for the sake of her career?

I adore rock star romances, but it seems like they’re being published few and far between, which means I don’t read them as often as I used to a few years ago. So when I had the chance to listen to Starfish, I was excited. It’s not really about the glam and glory life of rock stars – it’s a more realistic aspect to it, as the heroine is interning at a PR firm with a rock star band as a client. The book was surprisingly down-to-earth for a rock star romance, but I appreciated a different take on this trope.

When Marin Collins goes on tour with rock band Kings Quarters, she expects the rock star life to be all about sex, drugs, and rock and roll. It’s… not. It’s non-stop, on the road bus touring, lots of jokes and banter between bandmates, and a really sweet guitarist she can’t not fall for. But obviously as the band’s PR company’s new intern, she can’t exactly get involved with a client without losing her internship. So Marin and Brad try the friends route, which leads to a ton of longing, some back and forth between do we or don’t we, and lots of flirting. The romance is fairly low on drama but the audio was still an entertaining listen. It definitely helps that two of my favorite narrators, Erin Mallon and Sebastian York, narrate Marin and Brad!

If you’re looking for something that’s sweet and slow, Starfish is a great romance to try! I’m really glad I got to try this new-to-me author for the first time. I’m not sure if she’ll be writing any books for the other members of Kings Quarters, but I wouldn’t mind if she does!



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Cover Reveal: American Demon by Kim Harrison

In 2014, devoted readers who had been following the adventures of witch-born demon Rachel Morgan for over ten years believed her story was coming to an end with the publication of The Witch With No Name, the thirteenth book in the Hollows series. It was the finale, the conclusion, and author Kim Harrison affirmed that the tales of Rachel Morgan were complete.

But now Kim Harrison has announced that she will be publishing another book called American Demon, out June 2020! You can preorder the book here: Read on for a special note from Kim Harrison herself!

“Is it about Rachel?” must be the most asked question I’ve been fielding since the news of American Demon’s publication broke.

Yes, I said the Hollows was complete. Rachel had found her happy ending, her world was, if not perfect, at least not being upended every three months by a new big-bad-ugly or her hidden past. She had gone from entitled ignorance to someone of balance and purpose, she had a family not of blood, but of bond. What more could another book add? But still . . . something niggled and wiggled in my thoughts, haunting the breath of time between wake and sleep, and I finally agreed that perhaps the story wasn’t done quite yet.

And so The Turn came about, showing just how big a tool Trent’s dad had been and that Trent came by his magic (his mom) and his questionable morals (his dad) and his drive (both of them) honestly. Now it’s done, I thought in satisfaction, and turned my moods to other stories, other lives.

But it wasn’t enough. All too soon, my thoughts wound back to the Hollows. I missed Rachel, who had admittedly grown up. I missed Al, who had learned he was still deserving of love, Jenks who had learned to survive without love, and Ivy, who had finally found love. Alas, sometimes the readers can see things more clearly than the writer who brings them her world, and . . . mmmm. You’re right. The story isn’t over yet.

American Demon was hammered into existence using the steel-of-story that had been forged nearly twenty years ago. It began angry and ended worse as my mood at the time wasn’t much better. But if Rachel had taught me anything, it was to believe in the narrow percent, that determination and grit and sacrifice can make the difference between success and not-quite-yet.

And so American Demon itself evolved and the ending shifted. Rachel’s happy ending is still in place even as I strive to bring a new beginning to her story, picking American Demon up right at the end of The Witch With No Name and before the epilog of the same. I have brought in two new forces to complicate Rachel’s life even as she finds herself holding more sway in Cincinnati than she might want: an angsty, powerful demon named Hodin with a shocking connection to Al who tempts her with the dangers and power of elven magic, and Pike, an even more disturbing living vampire, who is playing a more dangerous game than Ivy ever was.

So yes, American Demon is about Rachel, not entirely the person she wants to be quite yet, still a work in progress. As we all are.

Kim Harrison

American Demon by Kim Harrison
Series: Return to the Hollows #1
Publication Date: June 16th 2020
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A thrilling return to the #1 New York Times bestselling urban fantasy series, continuing Rachel Morgan’s story.


What happens after you’ve saved the world? Well, if you’re Rachel Mariana Morgan, witch-born demon, you quickly discover that something might have gone just a little bit wrong. That the very same acts you and your friends took to forge new powers may have released something bound by the old. With a rash of zombies, some strange new murders, and an exceedingly mysterious new demon in town, it will take everything Rachel has to counter this new threat to the world–and it may demand the sacrifice of what she holds most dear.

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Kim Harrison is best known as the author of the New York Times #1 best selling Hollows series, but she has written more than urban fantasy and has published over two-dozen books spanning the gamut from young adult, thriller, several anthologies, and has scripted two original graphic novels. She has also published traditional fantasy under the name Dawn Cook. Kim is currently working on a new Hollows book between other, non related, urban fantasy projects.

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