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4.07 of 5 stars 4.07  ·  rating details  ·  3,127 ratings  ·  107 reviews
Pregnancy has turned FBI Agent Cynna Weaver's whole life upside down. Lupus sorcerer Cullen Seabourne is thrilled to be a father, but what does Cynna know about kids? Her mother was a drunk and her father abandoned his family. Or so she's always believed...

As Cynna is trying to wrap her head around this problem, a new one pops up in the form of a delegation from another re
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Paperback, 333 pages
Published January 2nd 2008 by Berkley (first published January 1st 2008)
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Catherine
3.5 Stars

***SPOILERS FOR THE PREVIOUS BOOKS***

Boy, was I relieved to see the pacing improve in this book! The last one had me a little nervous about a new writing trend, but it was back to normal here. We didn't suffer from constant pov shifts, although there were some that didn't overwhelm the story.

I'm still not as interested in Cullen and Cynna as I was in Lily and Rule. The actual overreaching story arc still hooked me, but I didn't really work up much enthusiasm for the actual relationship
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Fangs for the Fantasy
Cynna is a Finder, and a damn good one, able to find almost everything over a vast range. It’s a power that is high in desire – including by the Gnomish rulers of Edge, another realm that is now accessible after the magic flares.

The Realm is in danger – but the ambassadors from Edge are certainly not to be trusted and may have their own agenda.

On top of this, Cynna has to deal with her feelings on another matter – she’s pregnant, and the father is a sorcerer who is essential to their plan for Ed
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~Leslie~
Such an intelligent series. Every time I read a book in this series, I am amazed and intrigued all over again. This book continues with Cullen and Cynna as they travel to a magical realm called Edge. She is trying to find a medallion that is messing with the magical realms and he follows her. The Edge is a really interesting place and they encounter all sorts of mayhem and magic while there. Loved it!
Katyana
****3.75****

Well, it turns out that I liked this one a lot more than I was expecting to. The only real negative was Cullen. Now granted, that's a big negative, given that he's the hero. He just doesn't interest me at all - I find him to be an unjustifiably arrogant, selfish, bossy know-it-all jerk.

Alright, so now that that's out of the way, let's talk about the good stuff.

Cynna. She's pretty great. I liked watching her come to find her self-confidence as a leader. She cares about her people, and
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Sandra
Fourth book in the World of the Lupi series and most of it happens in an offshoot of Faerie called the Edge. Sound familiar? Well this one was written first. LOL.

The first 3 books center around Rule, wolf heir of the Nicolai Pack and FBI Agent Lily Yu, but this one moves to FBI Agent Cynna Weaver, a Finder and Cullen Seaborne, a wolf sorcerer of the Nicolai Pack.

All 4 of them are recovering from the events of the previous book when a trio of beings, led by a Gnome appear in a shopping center, lo
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Amy A
So far, this has been the best book in the series. This book primarily features Cynna and Cullen. Rule and Lily make bookend appearances in the story, though don't worry.

This book picks up about a month after the end events of Blood Lines as well as the events in the anthology On the Prowl. Kai and Nathan's story continues in this book and "Inhuman" is a nice lead in.

Cynna is still coming to terms with being pregnant. After denying the possibility for so long she finally accepts that she is ind
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Mello ❣ Illium ✮Harry✮ ☀Myrnin☀ Torin Ichimaru
Synopsis:

A magic medallion...

A diplomatic envoy from another realm...

A dragon who doesn’t like to share...

...and a tester that turns the wrong color when she pees on it. FBI Agent Cynna Weaver’s life is a little too full right now. She’s pregnant--and lupus sorcerer Cullen Seabourne is the father. Cullen is thrilled. Cynna can barely utter the p-word. What does she know about kids? Her mother was a drunk. Her father abandoned them. Or so she’s always believed...

But things could be worse. She mig
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Tracy
~* 4.5 Stars *~
Finder and FBI Agent Cynna Weaver is just starting to accept that she's pregnant, that she and the lupus Cullen Seaborne are going to have a child, when a delegation from the alternate realm of Edge show up in a fountain in a Washington D.C. mall. Offering trade with Earth for assistance in locating a medallion that controls the balance in Edge, the members of the delegation are cagey and secretive, and refuse to speak openly without a magical shield in place. A shield that only C
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Anna (Bobs Her Hair)
Dec 07, 2011 Anna (Bobs Her Hair) rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Paranormal Romance Fans
This is my favorite story of the series so far. I really enjoyed the story, the romance, and suspenseful moments. Cullen and Cynna are an interesting couple. He's a sorcerer lupi stripper. (The occupation does not play a role in the book.) She an FBI agent and gifted Finder. Gan, the demon introduced in Mortal Danger, is growing a soul and the feeling attached to it. Whereas I found this little demon annoying in previous books her moments in this installment were touching.

In this story, Cynna f
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Becky ♡The Bookworm♡
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Kathy
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Julie
Good addition to the series...really enjoy the relationship between Cullen and Cynna
PepperP0t (ireadthatbook.com)
3.75stars really
Cynna and Cullen are tricked into opening a gate to the Edge realm. Lured by intimations of open trade with the human earth realm, the government and demons from the Edge work together to enlist Cynna's help. She is further intrigued by information of her father being alive there.
Cynna is coping with a new life and new life with Cullen when she decides to take on the finding assignment and locate a lost medallion for the demons. Not about to let Cynna out of his sight, Cullen is
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May Mostly Romance
ตัวเอกในเล่มนี้เปลี่ยนไปจากรูลและลิลลี่ (ที่เป็นตัวหลักในสามเล่มแรก) มาเป็นคัลเลนและชินน่า ซึ่งเป็นตัวละครรองที่มีบทสำคัญมาตลอด คราวนี้ถึงเวลาที่ชินน่าต้องเผชิญกับความสัมพันธ์ชนิดที่เธอปฏิเสธตัวเองมาตลอดว่ามีกับคัลเลน แต่ในเล่มนี้เธอปฏิเสธไม่ได้อีกต่อไปแล้ว เพราะเธอพบว่าตัวเองกำลังตั้งครรภ์ลูกของเขาอยู่

นั่นไม่ใช่ปัญหาเดียวที่เธอต้องเผชิญ ความวุ่นวายที่เกิดขึ้นเนื่องจากเหตุการณ์ที่เรียกกันว่า "The Turning" ซึ่งเป็นเหตุการณ์ที่เกิดในเล่มสาม เหตุการณ์ที่เวทมนตร์กลับมาครอบคลุมพื้นผิวโลกมนุษย์อีกครั้
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Dianne
Out of all of Eileen's Lupi books, this one is my least favorite and not just because it wasn't about Lily and Rule. In Night Season, Cullen, Cynna, Gan and several others have been thrown into what is called "the Edge" by a sort of unscrupulous Gremlin. Magic runs rampant in this new realm as well as many things that go bump in the night.

It was difficult for me (since I'm re-reading these back to back) to go from reading a series about werewolves and cops to an entire book based on magic and p
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Kt
This book is mainly told from Cynna and Cullen's perspectives. Even though Cynna knows she is pregnant, she is still holding on to every shred of denial she can, including telling herself she can keep Cullen at an arms length. When she and Cullen get kidnapped into another realm called Edge, she must learn to trust him, for he seems to be the only one who cares at all if she lives or dies. She is forced on a search for a magical medallion that controls the seasons in Edge, but not everyone wants ...more
Daniela
Eileen Wilks keeps delivering in this World of The Lupi series 4th installment. Our favorite characters are back and better than ever before.
You know those series, where you get tired of the main characters? Not the case here.
Introduced earlier in the series Cynna and Cullen are becoming even more believable and closer to each other -as we were all hoping. The reason why I love Wilks' characters so much is because they wake compassion in you. One goes through their inner conflicts with them and
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Megan
Luke warm at best for me, this book centers around the pregnant Cynna Weaver. Cullen, who had long since given up on the idea of ever being a father thanks to the low fertility rate in the Lupi community, is over the moon about the pregnancy. Cynna, on the other hand, isn’t quite so sure. She is just finally admitting to herself that she is pregnant and she has no idea what to do about it. Cynna didn’t have a great childhood and she isn’t sure she knows enough about children to be a mother. At t ...more
Estara
Jun 08, 2013 Estara rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: fans of the series
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Rebecca ♥ Matrim, Kishan, Warner ♥
I read the first 3 books in this series fairly back to back. All in February. But I kept putting this one off, because it switched focus from Rule and Lily, to Cullen and Cynna. I thought it would feel very different from the first 3 but it didnt. We already knew Cullen and Cynna pretty well, and they were still dealing with the shifting magic, and a fair amount of lupus issues. It has its place in the this series. And I really grew to love them much more. I already really enjoyed Cullen's chara ...more
Amy
Was supposed to get a quick refresher of what happened in this book so I could get back to the rest of the series and finally read book 9, Mortal Sins. Should've known better. Skimming just isn't possible when it comes to Eileen Wilks's writing, even if an entire book is focused on one of my least favorite characters of her World of Lupi universe.

I am glad I read this one though. Cynna left such a bad taste in my mouth after the last book that I probably would've continued viewing her with preju
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Ria Lize
Note: A few hours after revoking Cullen's book-crush status, I hereby declare it again ;D I seriously love that guy. <3

Squee I was delighted that unlike Blood Lines, there was more Cynna and Cullen, and not so much of Lily and Rule. They both needed this one, IMO because they have so much stuff to sort out, like the baby, as well as trust issues.

I was more prepared this time round to be thrust on a whole new realm with different species of the Blood. In book 2, the whole journey to Dis caught
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Peejay Who Once Was Minsma
This fourth book in Eileen Wilks's imaginative werewolves and magic-wielding FBI agents series focuses not on the protagonists of the first three books, Lily Yu and Rule Turner, but on two characters who have been supporting players in the past: magician Cynna Weaver and sorcerer-lupus Cullen Seabourne. I've had a soft spot for Cullen ever since he appeared in the novelette, "Only Human," a prequel to Tempting Danger, the first novel in this series. (The story can be found in the anthology Cravi ...more
Sbuchler
Genre: Paranormal Romance

I bought this book to find out what happened to Kai and Nathan after the novella in _On the Prowl_. It was rather disappointing - Kai and Nathan appear in maybe 20 pages. They are the des ex machina of the plot but still, you barely see them and there is no relationship development between them.

Beyond that, the book was a disappointment. The setting is slightly different then most werewolf-paranormal romances: recently there's been a change and magic has come back to ea
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Shelley aka Gizmo's Reviews
Night Season is the fourth release of the World of the Lupi series by Eileen Wilks. This time around the story centers, mostly, on Lupine sorcerer Cullen Seabourne and FBI Agent Cynna Weaver. Weaver works for the Magical Crimes Division of the FBI and is also a Finder (a person who is able to find things and people that are missing). She still refuses to come to terms with the fact that she’s having a baby with Cullen. She goes through a period of self-doubt until finally she gets a positive ind ...more
Sophia
Unlike the books that come before this one in the series, Night Season takes a different direction entirely. First, it makes Cynna and Cullen the main characters and secondly, it takes them on an adventure into a whole new realm with not much to do with Lupi.

The story begins with a Prologue introducing a new couple of characters, Nathan and Kai, and their mysterious mission to save a realm through Kai because of her emerging gifts. Then it does a flip to Cynna Weaver. In the last book, Cullen ge
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Heather Hamilton
This has been my favorite of Wilks' Lupi series. I am not sure if it is because I am getting used to visiting other realms in fantasy fiction, or because I feel she wrote it better. A previous book in this series travelled to Dis, analogous to Hell, but it was so foreign and weird that I had trouble understanding the whole point. In this installment, we travel to Edge, a high-magic realm that is colonized by many species -- namely gnomes, elves, and a warrior race called Ahk -- all creatures wit ...more
cathepsut
I was hoping for a continuation of the plot line that developed in Blood Lines. But this went in a completely different direction. Lily and Rule only show up in the first few chapters. The story is mostly told by Cynna and Cullen and there is an odd bit every now and then from the perspective of Gan, which is always amusing.
They travel to Edge, another realm that is high on magic, elves and gnomes. They travel around a lot on barges and horses and have battles... Made me wonder if Wilks had just
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Eileen Wilks’ first book, a Silhouette Desire published in 1996, hit the USA Today Bestseller List and was nominated for Romantic Times' Best First Short Contemporary award. Since then, her books have appeared consistently on national bestseller lists. With thirty two books in print and novellas in nine anthologies, she has been a finalist in the prestigious Rita Awards three times, as well as rec ...more
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