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Hexed by Ilona Andrews
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Jan 27, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: epic-couples, good-time-laughs, murder-she-wrote, series, swoon, shifters

I only read this for "Magic Dreams" by Ilona Andrews, and it was AWESOME.

No, seriously. Caps Lock was totally necessary.

I loved Dali when we met her in an earlier book, and got all a'flutter when I got wind of the quiet yearning between her and Jim.
Really? Jim? The badass quiet Alpha who takes no crap from even Curran? He's got a thing for the half blind, vegetarian White Tiger whose clumsy even in her animal form? Really? That Dali?

Getting to know Dali was such a pleasure. She's charming and funny and such a tiny spitfire. She's head over heels for Jim but is so awkward about it, which in turn makes the fierce Jim awkward. The crazy drama in this one was perfectly contained for a short story. I understood what was going on, it worked in the Kate Daniels world already established, and I felt it perfectly progress to a satisfactory ending.

And speaking of endings! Can we PLEASE, HURRY UP and get a Dali book? And for the love of all that is good in this world can her mother have a starring role? kthx.

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