Blood from Stone (Retrievers #6)
Now that Wren and P.B. have discovered their bond, and the truth about demons, they find t ...more
I gave it a four because I like the series but it's really more of a 3.5 just because I walked away feeling a little confused and unsatisfied.
Valere is a Retriever, which is a nice way of saying she's a thief. In this story she does two retrievals, one for a client and one for her friend P.B. Both retrievals have their cha ...more
Blood From Stone definitely isn't a book to start with if you're new to Gilman's work. The Retrievers series really does need to be read sequentially. If you have read the rest, you ...more
A nice end cap, for now anyway, to the series. Wren Valere is on a personal mission to help her friend, P.B., a member of the non-human Fatae community that is made up of all supernatural creatures in this universe. P.B. is a demon, one of several created beings made by someone with Talent, magical ability, in order to allow Talent (magic users) to draw on more power, more safely than they ordinarily could.
A cabal of those related to P.B.'s creator or descendants of his students are looking for...more
Am not sure if it's because it's been a few days and I read four books in the middle, but, man, I'm having a hard time thinking of things to say. I guess that means it was pleasant enough but not particularly memorable.
By thirty, she was all three. She's a little focused that way (when not being distracted by -oooh shiny!).
After fifteen years working in NY publishing, Laura Anne became a full-time writer, with more than twenty novels under her various bylines, including THE COLD EYE and SILVER ON THE ROAD, the Neb ...more