Received an ebook copy in exchange for an honest review
Fiona Moon is a blade, a prestigious/kickass cop who keeps the streets safe from evil paranormals. She is assigned a mission to find out where and why girls are being kidnapped around town. This is fine and all, except her partner is Ian Barroes. Fiona hates the man, but the sexual attraction between them has always been more sparked up than lightening.
This book is your stereotypical urban fantasy. The world building is nothing we haven't seen. In fact, it's too too common. We've got the incredibly hot male partner who the female can't stands at first, but then ends up having hot steamy sex with, a more than stereotypical plot that includes kidnapped girls, and stupid decisions main character makes that leads to her capture, etc, etc. At points I was rolling my eyes at the sheer lack of originality. All in all, a good read, but nothing special or different about Fiona Moon or any of the characters for that matter.
Scullery maid turned witch hunter, Elizabeth is grateful to be a witch hunter along with her one-sided love, Caleb. That is, until she is found with witch herbs on her and is saved from the throws of death by the Magician Nicholas Perevil. With him, she learns that everything she has worked for in her life may be a vicious life, including her family, friends, and career.
I loved...well, wanted to love this book. It all started out so well: a kick- ass witch hunter with a tragic past is betrayed by the people she loves most andddd then it just went kaput. You know that song by Jay Sean "Down"? Yea, that's this book. "Baby are you down, down down, down down?"
Yes, this book went down... in a very bad way.