I love this series and Oberon is a big part of that love. I love having the whole story told from a dog’s perspective, including explaining the importance of butt sniffing in solving crimes.
I have mixed feelings about the story. There was a lot to introduce as far as this new world and just as it got going, it ended. There are a few more stories in the series and I might give the next book a try to see where it goes.
I enjoyed the chemistry of the main characters. It was just the conflict which caused a great deal of painful eye rolling.
I just couldn’t take the heroine’s stupidity and her constant need to be rescued.
It’s finally time for a new Druid, and a move forward in the romance department between Atticus and Granuaile, but no one said it was going to be easy especially when 1,500 years of scapegoating comes biting you in the butt. Some spoilers from prior books. I really love this series. While I felt Hammered […]
A lot of potential, but this first novel didn’t have too much paranormal for a paranormal story. Charlaine Harris’s Midnight, Texas gave me flashbacks of reading old Stephen King Castle Rock stories. You knew there was something off about the place, but you weren’t exactly sure what was happening. It was a wonderful set up […]
This series is adorable, paranormal fun. I love the banter between Stevie and Win, and Belfry always makes my chuckle.
I love the change up of the storylines in this series as well as the proper balance of pantheons. I have forced myself to put this series aside for a few books so I don’t catch up too quickly. I still have four more books to enjoy before the next in 2017.
Hammered wasn’t as good as the prior two novels, but it is important in that what happens here has a significant impact on the rest of the series.
A priest, a rabbi, and a witch walk into a Druid’s bookshop…no, that’s not the start of a joke. That’s just the start of this story and it just never stops.