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Shadowglass: The Shadowfae Chronicles

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  • Posted April 13, 2010

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    Squigy

    A friend lent this to me...knowing I like urban fantasy writers such as Laurell K Hamilton, Kelley Armstrong, Karen Moning and Sherrilyn Kenyon. If you like their works, just be aware that this book tries to be intense. ALL the time.
    I've read both of the series, and someone wasn't spurting, dripping, bleeding, squirting or cuming...oh, maybe through 10 lines. It is an angsty teen's version of a story-poem that goes on way too long. The characters (some of them) tried to be likeable, but the author really doesn't give them any time to develop before they are up against a wall--either slammed there by an enemy, or being humped. Even Laurell K. has backed off of the pornographic parts of her works in favor of storytelling and character development. Please, Erica Hayes, take some time. Give your characters a chance to breathe. They deserve it, and so do we.
    I am a librarian...and I often recommend books to my patrons. This is one I will not. Too bad.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted January 8, 2013

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  • Posted January 10, 2010

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    super Australian erotic urban fantasy

    In Melbourne, Ice the water fairy loves partying and petty thieving especially with her best friend Blaze the firefae. They heist some cash and diamonds from an apartment to pay their protection tab to the Valenti mob.

    At a club where her beloved metallic fairy Indigo ignores her, Ice meets demon lord Kane. She steals a small mirror from him; an artifact he warned her not even look into, but the temptation proved too much. The mirror brought across from hell eliminates inhibitions as Ice learns first hand; everyone from mortal to supernatural want it. When she loses it, Ice fears Kane, rival demons, the mob and angels are coming for her and the missing mirror. Indigo, who stared at the mirror offers to find it, but to do so means betraying contractual partners,which Ice fears might leave her below the supernatural ooze since he has no inhibitions to adhere to any celestial code.

    The second Shadowfae Australian erotic urban fantasy makes the supernatural and mafia landscape seem genuine. The story line is fast-paced from the moment the strawberry scented anti-heroine proudly wears the ice she stole and never slows down for a contractual moment. Fans will enjoy this entertaining tale as the mirror from Hell opens the soul to enable the viewer to seek what they wish for since nothing inside them will prevent them from trying.

    Harriet Klausner

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