“Adams takes creepy to a whole new level with this intense and enthralling adventure. Celia's relationships, romantic or not, continue to force her to grow in ways she never expected.” RT Book Reviews, 4 ½ stars, Top Pick!
“Fast and fun reading, with enough complexity in plot and characters to keep readers engaged from book to book.” Booklist
“The romance is tantalizing. The novel ends with an exciting climax.” SFRevu
“Celia is a brilliant heroine; a fighter through and through. The love triangle is an interesting but subtle one, giving us just a taste of romance to get our hearts fluttering before our adrenaline spikes again.” Supernatural Snark
“If you haven't started the Blood Singer Series...what the hell are you waiting for? Do it! You won't be disappointed!” Wicked Little Pixie on the Blood Singer series
“Cat Adams is a visionary author, creating new worlds that are both strong and vividly drawn. Adventure and excitement at its best.” Yasmine Galenorn, New York Times bestselling author of the Otherworld series
“How many ways must I say how awesome this series is before everyone believes me? Suspense, drama, action and even a little romance thrown in just to spice it up a bit.” Literaturely Speaking and TeensReadToo (Gold Star award) on Demon Song
“Siren Song is packed with fast and fun fights that had adrenaline slamming through my system.” All Things Urban Fantasy
“This series just keeps getting better, maintaining a delicate balance between urban fantasy and paranormal romance. The emotional components are just as strong as the action sequences, set against an increasingly interesting world.” Publishers Weekly on Demon Song
“Entertainment ignited!” RT Book Reviews, 4 ½ stars, Top Pick! on Siren Song
“Blood Song is a terrific story with a unique and well-drawn heroine. Combines a unique story, terrific characters and enough action for any fantasy fan.” FreshFiction on Blood Song
“Adams does an outstanding job of telling a tale about a very strong woman put into an impossible situation. This story grips you by the throat and doesn't let up until the very last page.” ParaNormal Romance Reviews on Blood Song
“Adams manages to not only keep the pages turning in an action-packed story that never lets up, but she also creates characters that you care about. Urban Fantasy seems to be all about strong kick-butt women standing alone against a mighty foe. But Celia isn't alone. She's got friends, family, and coworkers who are her support network and they all have strengths, weaknesses, and problems that we, the readers, can relate to.” SF Revu on Demon Song
Another outing for fearless, supernaturally powered professional bodyguard Celia Graves (Demon Song, 2011, etc.). Warned by one of her most reliably psychic pals of an imminent magical incident at a local school, Celia bullies the administration into evacuating the building--not quite soon enough. A magical device explodes in the basement, and Celia gets bitten by a child as she helps get the kids out. But the school's still standing, there's no real damage--so what actually happened? Celia finds she can't remember, while her intuitive FBI contact Dom Rizzoli is baffled. As time passes, Celia's unable to work because of persistent splitting headaches, and the bite turns out to have infected her with a strange magical ailment which, as kids too start to fall sick, turns out to be the first manifestations of a zombie plague. Worse for Celia, her viciously alcoholic mother has absconded from detox on Sirens' island and is bent on making trouble. One of Celia's boyfriends, the mage Bruno DeLuca, helps with investigating the bombing (it emerges that it was just one of many) while the other boyfriend, the mage John Creede, tries to discover exactly what's ailing her--until he mysteriously disappears. Here, the furiously complicated backdrop--think L.A. noir with magic, supernatural beings, psychic powers, ghosts, warrior priests and modern technology--would benefit from a sense that any of it is grounded in ordinary reality; as has been remarked in another context, "when everybody's special, nobody is." Celia herself doesn't even take center stage, being injured and forgetful and unable to work, and the final showdown fizzles. Bears all the hallmarks of a rush job--overcrowded, underpowered and noisy; still, series fans will keep reading.