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Preview — Night Season by Eileen Wilks
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 ...more
Call me shallow, but I am having a lot of fun with this series:) And in this volume we finally got our much needed dose of Cynna and Cullen, who are the main narrators here. They have to go to another dimension called The Edge, and have to leave Lily and Rule behind. However, my favorite character in the whole series so far, the soon to be ex-demon Gan went with them and assisted in a search for a weather-seasons-earth controlling magic medallion, which unfortunately needs just the righ ...more
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So in this book we have Cullen and Cynna traveling to a different dimension to retrieve a magical artifact for some elves. Along with their not-a-demon friend who loves swimming, they al ...more
At first they had looked incompatible to me, the author trying to fix them up just to get rid of the third wheel feely or for plot conveniences. But they fit. It is a different yet even more engaging fit than Lil ...more
***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 ...more
Night Season takes this series on a bit of a detour to another realm. I enjoyed the adventure and the different kinds of creatures but wasnt 100% sure of how the medallion and quest really fit in with Lily and Rule and the Lupi story arc. It was fun to see Gan find a purpose though (besides hunting "fishies").
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 ...more
I am very curious to know when we will discover more about Kai and Nathan's role in the whole story and when they will reappear! :)
I love Gan and her fishies too! She's such a great character!
Most of the time I spent reading this, it felt like a 3-star book for me. I was interested in the characters but not really the quest this time, and I was disappointed Lily and Rule didn’t have a part in it. But I liked how it ended for Cynna, Cullen and Gan—I loved Gan’s arc—enough that it bumped the rating up a bit.
I would be interested to see Nathan, Kai, and Dell in future books; I was just starting to get interested in them when the book ended. I liked her elusive way of threading ...more
Cullen and Cinna end up getting tricked into a whole new realm where Cinna meets someone unexpect ...more
(view spoiler)[When Rule was in Hell for a couple of weeks, with no clear path to reach him or a confirmation, everybody gathered and found a way in, but in this book not only Cullen and Cynna went away but almost their entire FBI special unit and that was for months and nobody did nothing?!!?
As in, they had the spell for the gate, they knew who kidnapped them and where ...more
I look forward to reading Wilks' free short about "the event" (CYNCERELY YOURS) and seeing what one of the side-effects of the magical shift will have on the Lupi going forward.
This is a peculiar situation. I don't hate Cynna but I don't like her either. I was curious what would happen to Cullen, how he would evolve but didn't really care about ...more
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 ...more
I still don’t want to jinx it, so I’m going to continue to refrain from saying that this series is great...There are 12 books in this series so far and that is more than enough room for things to go left. So I’m just taking each book one at a time and enjoying them as they come.
Night Season is book four in the World of Lupi series and is a little bit different than the previous three books in that, the majority of the book is focused on the adventures of Cynna and Cullen. Cynna is a...more
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 ...more
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 ...more
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 ...more
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 ...more
In this story, Cynna f ...more
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 ...more
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 ...more
*First read November 17th, 2015*
Yes, awesome book! I enjoyed it so much, and so glad that I waited to read On the Prowl before reading this, because Kai and Nathan are pretty important in this book! Really enjoyable, and I can't wait to read more of this series!
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