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Blade Song by J.C. Daniels
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it was amazing
bookshelves: netgalley, paranormal

What a fun start to a new series!! Kit has some cool powers that she uses to work as a PI in a slightly different from now Florida. She's a halfling, by that I mean she is half Aneria, which is like an Amazon. Her grandmother has treated her serioiusly horiible for this reason. She was beaten into her thoughts of staying alive. And yes it's helped her stay alive, but sometimes I just want those horrible people to suffer the way they make those around them suffer. UGH.

And because of that survival, she now has the attention of the cat shifters. Damon, the enforcer of these cat shifters brings her to his alpha because someone important to them has run away. Well, I would run away too, but that's not the point. And on top of that, some other supernatural's have family members missing too. Kit and Damon are on the trail of these kids. Kit takes it personal, because she was abused so she feels for these abused kids, who are alone and scared, just like she was. So, she makes a deal with a vampire, and some shifters and some witches, which leads to some crazy :)

This story is well written, and I love the plot. The world building is excellent. The characters have such depth and make me feel for them. Plus the mystery of the whole thing, find clues and trying to find these kids. And though I love the story, I hated Damon. He's quite an ass. And it's not just him, it seems like all the supernaturals are either abusive or freaking psycho!! BUT, that's what made a great story. You either loved them or hated them, but you felt for them. And with that said, I say I can't wait to read the next book in the series!!! 4.5 PAWS!!


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Reading Progress

December 8, 2013 – Started Reading
December 8, 2013 – Shelved
October 26, 2014 – Shelved as: netgalley
October 26, 2014 – Shelved as: paranormal
October 26, 2014 – Finished Reading

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