Genres: Urban Fantasy
Published by Avon
Released on 10/28/2014
A modern world where society’s class structure is based on a person’s magical heritage and their own individual power and a savvy gritty female private eye sent on a suicide job were just the thing to make me continue with my love for this author team and their Hidden Legacy series
I hopped over to start this first book in the Hidden Legacy series while waiting to acquire book three of their The Edge series from my library’s loan program. One might just hazard a guess that I’m a tad bit addicted to Ilona Andrew’s writing and that one would pretty much be right on the money.
Burn for Me is the brilliant beginning to a new series. I love Nevada Baylor, her quirky close-knit family and gah, yes, the dark hero Mad Rogan. This pair have a lot of oil and water going on what with his expedient way of doing things and a wonky moral compass and her skittish issues with relationships and a compass that points true north always. Rogan is a powerful first tier magic user, but Nevada is shaping up to be much more than she seems.
Things are shaping up good with an immediate threat which is the case that Nevada is strong-armed into accepting and places her as reluctant ally to Mad Rogan and then the underlying threat of a monstrous magical conspiracy set to overthrow the world order. This was exciting, gritty, and twisting just as I’ve come to expect.
The world and set up of the cast of characters was great and I can’t wait to get on with this series and see what comes next. I can’t recommend the book/author enough to urban fantasy lovers.
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