Men of the Otherworld (Review)

I absolutely loved the Women of the Otherworld series. One of the things I loved was that it was narrated by a string of strong, confident female narrators. I also liked the brief bits that were narrated by “their men”. And there were allusions to all kinds of interesting backstory bits – like Clay becoming a bitten werewolf as a child – that were never really explained in the series itself.

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Frostbitten (Review)

I was really excited to get back to Elena as a narrator in this novel. I’ve actually come to really like the other narrators in the series – particularly Eve and Hope – but there’s something about Elena and the werewolves that I’ve missed.

Frostbitten is a mix of a lot of things: part mystery, part Shifter mythology, part Pack politics, and part personal struggle.

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Skin Trade (Review)

While we’ve been waiting for the Vittorio storyline to return, this wasn’t quite what I expected. Everything is all mixed up with weretigers and Marmee Noir, and it seemed at times like the plot was more complicated than necessary.

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The Forest of Hands and Teeth (Review)

I put off reading this book for a long time because I had heard it was about zombies. I don’t particularly care for zombie stories. It’s just not my thing. Eventually, though, I decided to relent, because I had also heard such good things about the series that I just had to see if they were true.

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