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Dark Currents by Jacqueline Carey
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Oct 02, 12

bookshelves: paranormal, romance, sci-fi-fantasy
Read in October, 2012

What it's about: Daisy Johnson, a woman who is sired by an incubus and raised by a single mother (human), tries to keep order in both the human and paranormal worlds. There are hot werewolves, reclusive Norse goddesses and a whole lot of criminal investigation.

Why you should read it: Jacqueline Carey is a master storyteller. Anyone who is a fantasy fan has read her Kushiel's Legacy series and fallen under her spell. When I found out a new series was in the works -- something more paranormal than fantasy -- I knew I had to read it. With Carey you'll get twisted, complicated but steamy romance, enough action to satisfy an adventure seeker, and a plot that is both rich in dynamics and its telling.

If you want to read more from Carey about Dark Currents check out the HEA Blog

http://www.usatoday.com/story/happyev...
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