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reviewed Black Wings. November 30, 2010
Black Wings
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    Grim Reapers may just be the new vampires. Consider all the books released this year with protagonists whose abilities were escorting/interacting …
reviewed Crusade. November 29, 2010
Crusade
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    CRUSADE takes us into a very believable apocalyptic world and paints a vivid possible future wherein vampires have stepped out of the …
reviewed Halo. November 24, 2010
Halo
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    I fell prey to cover lust the instant I saw the cover for HALO. It's beautiful and romantic, everything I would want in a book about …
The Greyfriar (Vampire Empire, Book 1)
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    I was blindsided by how phenomenal THE GREYFRIAR was from start to finish. Amazing vampire mythology, a chilling alternate history, and …
Songs of Love and Death: All-Original Tales of
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    The moment I heard the words `Outlander spinoff', I was sold. Diana Gabaldon's epic Outlander series is probably my all time favorite …
Dreamfever: The Fever Series
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    *Some spoilers from previous books in this series*    Previously in the MacKayla Lane/Fever series, our heroine was …
reviewed Daughter of Darkness. November 15, 2010
Daughter of Darkness
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    This whole book made me...uncomfortable. The incestuous overtones that are present throughout DAUGHTER OF DARKNESS vary from subtle to …
Highborn (The Dark Redemption Series)
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    I generally love Craig White's cover art (Carrie Vaughn, Adrian Phoenix, Jaye Wells have all had Craig covers) but I'm not a fan of the …
Blood Trinity: Book 1 in the Belador Series
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    Two authors collaborating on a single book can either produce something extraordinary as in the case of all the Ilona Andrews books or …
Blood Spells: A Novel of the Nightkeepers (FINAL
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    Mythology junkies like me are in for a sweet treat with BLOOD SPELLS the latest book in the Final Prophesy series about the Nightkeepers, …
reviewed Firewalker (Stormwalker). November 02, 2010
Firewalker (Stormwalker)
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    In urban fantasy, I like magic to exact a price. The more powerful the magic, the more severe the price should be. In FIREWALKER, Janet …
ReVamped (Void City, Book 2)
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    Parts of J. F. Lewis's follow-up to his urban fantasy debut, STAKED, are crazy good (the humor, the pacing, the world building), other …
Geist (A Book of the Order)
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    GEIST is one of those books that straddles the line between a number of different genres. It reads like a mix between Robert Jordan's …
Ghost Town (Morganville Vampires, Book 9)
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    Every time I think Rachel Caine has written herself into a corner and can't possibly think of new ways to torture Claire and her friends, …
reviewed Faefever: The Fever Series. October 25, 2010
Faefever: The Fever Series
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    Once again, MacKayla Lane invites us into her world of deadly and seductive fae with her conversational tone and confidant-like intimacy …
reviewed Nightshade. October 19, 2010
Nightshade
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    I picked up NIGHTSHADE super late one night intending to just read the first few chapters of this massive (528 pages) Paranormal YA debut …
reviewed Crescendo (Hush, Hush). October 19, 2010
Crescendo (Hush, Hush)
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    As a rule I'm afraid sequels. Especially YA sequels. The spark of first attraction has usually burned out, the blush of first love has …
The Iron Duke (A Novel of the Iron Seas)
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    Take the romance and adventure of The Princess Bride, the swashbuckling action of The Pirates of the Caribbean, mix them together in …
reviewed No Mercy (Dark-Hunter). October 10, 2010
No Mercy (Dark-Hunter)
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    NO MERCY latest in a long line of books featuring all manner of paranormal creatures fighting evil and falling in love in the process. …
Bring On the Night (WVMP, Book 3)
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    BRING ON THE NIGHT picks up 2 1/2 years after Bad to the Bone and initially the giant leap forward feels a little disorienting. Honestly, …
reviewed Slayed. October 04, 2010
Slayed
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    SLAYED is a little like what Buffy might have been (with a Romeo & Juliet twist) if she'd partnered up with Cordelia and had to teach …
Double Cross (The Disillusionists Trilogy: Book 2)
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    Urban fantasy is a genre largely dominated by vampires and werewolves. Occasionally we get a witch or a demon, or rarer still a creature …
Bloodfever: The Fever Series (A Mackayla Lane
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    I fell in love with these characters and this world in DarkFever. The story was dark, sexy, and broke from so many of the UF/PNR pitfalls …
reviewed Siren Song. September 28, 2010
Siren Song
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    Celia Graves, bodyguard turned half-vampire/half-siren is back in this follow up to the truly excellent Blood Song that finds her once …
reviewed Bayou Moon (The Edge, Book 2). September 28, 2010
Bayou Moon (The Edge, Book 2)
Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy    Warning - Do not start BAYOU MOON late at night or you will end up watching the sun rise and you won't even care because it's that good! …
reviewed Mob Rules. September 22, 2010
Mob Rules (Luna Books)
Review courtesy of [...]    In MOB RULES the good is really good (amazingly creative world building and a feisty fun sidekick), but by comparison, the bad is really bad (a slow storyline …
Blameless (The Parasol Protectorate)
Review courtesy of [...]     Julia and I decided to do our first joint review of BLAMELESS by Gail Carriger. Hopefully this will become a regular feature here on ATUF. Let us know …
reviewed Crave. September 17, 2010
Crave
Review courtesy of [...]    Back in High School, I was more than a little obsessed with a TV show called Roswell which starred the ridiculously good looking Jason Behr (you can watch …
reviewed Wicked Appetite. September 14, 2010
Wicked Appetite
Review courtesy of AllThingsUrbanFantasy.[...]     It's impossible to read a Janet Evanovich book without smiling. The woman knows how to write funny, engaging characters, throw them …
reviewed Personal Demons. September 14, 2010
Personal Demons
Review courtesy of [...]      What's not to love in a story about a girl torn between two guys: the angel who would give up his wings to save her, and the demon who is bound …
reviewed Bad to the Bone. September 14, 2010
Bad to the Bone
Review courtesy of [...]    Jeri Smith-Ready's greatest strength in her WVMP series is the often ugly truth she brings to her writing and characters. Jeri's vampires are just as damaged …
Cruel Enchantment (Dark Magick, Book 2)
Review courtesy of [...]    The kind of urban fantasy and paranormal romances I tend to gravitate towards are usually full of sexual tension as opposed to just sex. Still, when I saw …
reviewed Firelight. September 07, 2010
Firelight
Review courtesy of [...]    Sophie Jordan's FIRELIGHT is about to do for dragons what Stephenie Meyer did for vampires. Dragons don't get a lot of love in the paranormal YA genre (Carrie …
reviewed Dust. September 07, 2010
Dust
Review courtesy of [...]    I don't know that I've ever had a book make me feel as physically nauseous as I did while reading DUST. It is grotesque, gruesome, and gory from start to …
reviewed Nocturnal. September 07, 2010
Nocturnal
Review courtesy of [...]    I had never read anything by any of the authors in this anthology apart from Jess Haines, and apart from Jess's story, I'm not likely to seek them out after …
reviewed Black Magic. September 05, 2010
Black Magic
Review courtesy of [...]    ~Reviewed by Julia~    BLACK MAGIC takes a little bit of "Romancing the Stone", adds some grown up Harry Potter, and finishes off with …
reviewed The Darkest Edge of Dawn (Charlie Mad.... August 31, 2010
The Darkest Edge of Dawn (Charlie Madigan, Book 2)
Review courtesy of [...]  What do you do when your first book is one of the most highly praised urban fantasy debuts of the year? If you're Kelly Gay, you follow up The Better Part of Darkness …
reviewed When Blood Calls. August 31, 2010
When Blood Calls
Review courtesy of [...]    J. K. Beck's (aka Julie Kenner) new series, The Shadow Keepers, introduces us to hidden world of vampires, werewolves, and demons and the harsh, but just …
The Iron Daughter (Harlequin Teen)
Review courtesy of [...]    Most young girls would fall head over heels for a book about a normal girl who turns out to be a faerie princess, gets pursued by two gorgeous faery guys …
reviewed Darkfever (Fever Series, Book 1). August 16, 2010
Darkfever (Fever Series, Book 1)
Review courtesy of [...]    What do I want in an urban fantasy? A strong, likable protagonist with an as yet unrealized magical potential, a richly layered paranormal world, a well …
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