Magic Bleeds is the fourth book in the Kate Daniels series and completely made of awesome! In it, Kate's still working for the Order of Knights of Merciful Aid as a liaison and everything seems to be going the same ol' until she's called to break up a fight in a bar called the Steel Horse. Turns out it's not just one of those you-grabbed-my-girl's-ass kind of fights, more like some-dude-just-walked-in-and-
So now Kate finds herself smack in the middle of case that from the get-go, it's more dangerous than the (ab)normal stuff she deals with. There's someone new in town that's causing a lot of trouble and they might be closer to Kate than you think. Hey, what's a little murder and mayhem between family?
I can honestly say that Magic Bleeds was one of my top most-anticipated books this year and it more than delivered. It's hard to describe how absolutely fabulous this story is without accidentally giving spoilers away and that's just not acceptable. I'm afraid Andrews is one of the rare authors that will turn me into a complete fan-girl! I admit it, I loved Magic Bleeds. I love Kate, she's one of the best characters I've ever read, she's so fiercely loyal and brave and such a smartass but in Magic Bleeds, we actually see a softer side of her and it just made me love her even more. Curran? Don't get me started on him. Seriously. One little word from him and I swooned.
The writing is just unbelievable. I could image scenes in my head in detail, whenever Kate was in a fight, my heart just pounded along. At times I felt like I needed to take a break from the book due to just being too engrossing, too brilliant for my little heart, like when you gorge yourself on Belgian chocolate. Magic Bleeds is the best yet of this series! Insanely fun read, action-packed and with scenes that made me turn into a puddle of goo, but in a good way! I'm more than ever looking forward to more Kate and Curran.
Kate Daniels cleans up the paranormal problems no one else wants to deal with-especially if they involve Atlanta's shapeshifting community.
And now there's a new player in town-a foe that may be too much for even Kate and Curran, the Lord of the Beasts, to handle. Because this time, Kate will be taking on family.