Blade Dance

Blade Dance

by D.L. McDermott

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Blade Dance 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved them both-even tho a bit scary at times-just perfect pair!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The series is getting better. I am looking forward to seeing the Prince Consort redeemed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well in this book they changed the story from previous book. Changed the age of kids and it did not flow. As a stand alone it was just ok. As the fourth book it was bad. Very disappointed.
NPNowlin More than 1 year ago
When I started this book, my little inner goody-two-shoes was a bit apprehensive. Criminal leader? A fae mob boss, basically? SO doesn't fit with my idea of a good partner! But Finn impressed me and won me over quickly, with the entire world a joy to read and explore. Ann was a delightful surprise as well, and it's nice to read a strong heroine who doesn't always need the hero. Copy received for honest review.
jeanniezelos More than 1 year ago
    Blade Dance,  D.L. McDermott Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews Genre:  Romance, Sci-fi and Fantasy, I’ve been reading this series since the beginning and it gets better and better. Each book is a complete story, but builds on the world created before, and brings in characters and events from previous novels, so for best enjoyment you really need to start with the first book IMO. Finn, we’ve seen him since the beginning. He’s leader of the Fianna, and a dangerous man, with an extended and chaotic family. The Prince Consort, cruel and cunning, wants to free the Queen by bringing down the walls between worlds. The Queen makes him look like a kindergarten kid when it comes to cruelty though, he really has been shaped by her. In this book we see his brother Sean, whose son is kidnapped. It shows us a bit more insight into the Prince, that before the Queen changed him he may have been a decent ( ish – he’s still Fae) man. Now though Finn needs to trust him but they are dangerous enemies with Finn against the Queen’s release. Miach,one of Finn’s adversaries who we met before, comes in this book along with Finn’s son Garret, married against Finn’s wishes to Miach’s daughter. Then there’s Ann, a schoolteacher who proves to be something a bit more than what she presents. Its another exciting read, with Finn’s romancing of Ann worked into a story involving multiple characters, and lots of magic. Enemies need to work together to rescue the boy, and there’s some real dangers in doing so. It moves forward the overall story arc of the Prince Consort’s mission to free the Queen, and some of the other Fae opposition. I love the way the story slowly builds with each book and the romance is carefully worked in to the plot, giving an exciting read, a solid story and some sensuality too. I’m looking forward already to the next book. I do find it takes a while to get back into the story when i first start – Its a very different world and there are things that are uncommon in the usual fantasy reads, plus of course a cast of characters that gets ever longer. It’s one series I look forward to reading on a back to back fantasy fest day when all parts are released. I love to read my favourite series that way – to get totally immersed. Stars: five, another solid instalment adding to the overall story. . ARC supplied by Netgalley and publishers  If you enjoyed my review I'd love it if you would please click “Like” and if you didn't I'd love to know why so I can improve the usefulness of future reviews.