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When I was a child we spent several years in Spain. I remember being stuck one summer in an old country house with family and friends, and at one point finding the small library of children's books. There were a few in English, which I suppose were imported from England so the former children of […]

Magic Bites (Kate Daniels, Book 1) Magic Burns (Kate Daniels, Book 2) Magic Strikes (Kate Daniels, Book 3)

Magic Bites (Kate Daniels, Book 1) Magic Burns (Kate Daniels, Book 2) Magic Strikes (Kate Daniels, Book 3)

Magic Bites (Kate Daniels, Book 1) Magic Burns (Kate Daniels, Book 2) Magic Strikes (Kate Daniels, Book 3)

Magic Bites (Kate Daniels, Book 1) Magic Burns (Kate Daniels, Book 2) Magic Strikes (Kate Daniels, Book 3)

Magic Bites (Kate Daniels, Book 1) Magic Burns (Kate Daniels, Book 2) Magic Strikes (Kate Daniels, Book 3)

Bitten (IV of IV)

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Bitten (Women of the Otherworld, Book 1) Tails up This is the author's first novel, and as such it's technically well done. The paragraphs and concepts are well composed and laid out, and the story moves along at a good pace. Ideas are clearly communicated and not repetitive. The author has a nice grasp of […]

Bitten (III of IV)

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Bitten (Women of the Otherworld, Book 1) A human's-eye view In essence, this book is yet another romance novel. It is also therefore a good example of one of the current themes running through modern romantic literature: in order for there to be politically correct sexual tension in stories such as this, the heroine must […]

Bitten (II of IV)

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Bitten (Women of the Otherworld, Book 1) A wolf's-eye view I also wish the author had done a bit of research on both logic in particular, and wolf behavior in general. For example, Elena comments more than once about how any truly horrible acts performed by werewolves are emotionally due to their human parts — […]

Bitten (Women of the Otherworld, Book 1) by Kelley Armstrong Originally posted January 2006 Credits: For George, who was nice enough both to lend it to me, and to give me fair warning — and for Lou, who helped me think things through. ;) I was set to really enjoy this story, as I've always […]

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