- Mass Market Paperback: 416 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins - US (23 July 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0062847686
- ISBN-13: 978-0062847683
- Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.6 x 16.8 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 200 g
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Shiloh Harrison was hoping for a few days off to recover from a particularly nasty assignment, preferably with the help of the talented hands (and, well, the rest of his body too) of her sexy boyfriend, Vincent. But when a group of vampires takes an entire trailer park hostage, there’s nothing to do but make her apologies and get to the scene.
Such is the life of a Federal Marshal in the Paranormal Investigations Unit.
Yet this isn’t like her typical track-and-nab case; something is going on that has vampires scared, and it takes all her strength not to imagine what could frighten such powerful creatures. Unfortunately, she doesn’t have that option. Her boss is MIA, someone is snatching vampires, and there’s a ticking clock that can end only one way: a bloodbath.
Unless she can stop it.
The first book in a new series, Stray Magic is a dark and sexy mystery, with enough twists and curves to keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end.
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She just finished a case and is about to spend some time with her current lover Vincent Ortiz, when she's called back to work. A trailer park has been taken hostage by a group of vampires. Her team needs to show up as soon as possible before things get out of hand. Her boss is nowhere to be found, making Shiloh the lead US Marshall.
At the scene, Shiloh meets Woodrow Tennyson, a master vampire who has moved all his line into the trailer park. Tennyson is worried. Some of his vampires have disappeared and before any more are taken he needs the team's help to discover who's behind it and why.
Shiloh knows this mission is important when Tennyson admits he's not the only master vampire or werewolf pack who has members gone missing. Forty-six vampires and twenty-eight werewolves have disappeared.
This will take the team into a never-before-seen danger where black magic is at the center of it all. Shiloh won't know who's an ally and who's a foe.
I love Urban Fantasy novels. I was excited about starting a new series. I was hoping to find a new favorite. I can't say that I did. However, I was entertained by the characters and the action.
I couldn't connect with Shiloh at the beginning but I liked her by the end. She made some rushed decisions. They felt too impulsive. She also has some issues with her relationships. She was with Vincent but was thinking about her ex-lover and then she throws Tennyson in the mix. She's supposed to hate vampires but she could barely keep two feet away from Tennyson.
There was a good twist at the end and a few unanswered questions. I'm hoping we get some answers in the next installment.
Stray Magic delivers a good plot and interesting characters. I'm looking forward to reading the second book in this series.
Failure to do research before writing a novel.
The writing was fine and there wasn’t a noticeable level of typos. I simply can’t keep reading a novel where a person is given a special title which they then fail to uphold.
Great character development. I loved mom. I can see she has a future with the Para-Marshalls as their office manager. Would serve Shiloh right. Once again Kelly Meding gives us a sweet, caring character to fall in love with (Jaxon). If anything bad happens to him I will kill a MF!
The loose ends were nicely tied up by the end of this novel. However, there are some unanswered side questions. I wouldn't say it's a cliffhanger novel. But there's definitely more to be told.
I'm just itching to read the next book! Unfortunately, I have a year to wait. A whole year to wait for more Tennyson and Jaxon. AAARRGG!