Review: Magic Shifts by Ilona Andrews

MagicShiftsKate Daniels had to walk away from her life as Consort in order to keep the peace and avoid an instant conflict with her father (see MAGIC BREAKS for more details). Her mate and Beast Lord, Curran Lennart, followed her and now they are adjusting to life outside the Keep. Unfortunately, things are never quiet in Atlanta as Kate and Curran are dealing with two mysteries- why the ghouls are attacking and what has happened to Eduardo? Meanwhile, Curran has been offered the Mercenary Guild as part of his terms for leaving the Pack. Can Kate and Curran survive this latest series of onslaughts?

One of the things that I love about Ilona Andrews is that the writing never gets stale. Instead, our characters continue to grow and change while the world building continues to develop. Each new installment offers up something new and refreshing. MAGIC SHIFTS is no exception as we see Kate in several tenuous situations that had my heart practically stopping in fear.

MAGIC SHIFTS is the eighth book in the Kate Daniels series and I highly suggest reading it in the context of the series as a whole. There are a ton of threads coming together in MAGIC SHIFTS, even as we see Kate and Curran transitioning to life outside the Keep. Besides, I can’t imagine anyone not wanting to read each and every book of this phenomenal series!

I love the Kate Daniels series as Kate is one of my favorite urban fantasy heroines! MAGIC SHIFTS takes readers on a new, exciting venture as I can’t wait to see how the Mercenary Guild will look after tangling with Curran. If you haven’t read a Kate Daniels book and you love urban fantasy, what are you waiting for? Drop everything and start reading this series now! Highly recommended!

*A copy of this book was provided free by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*

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