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Night Shift: Secrets at Midnight / Magic Steals / Lucky Charms / The Beast of Blackmoor
Night Shift Secrets at Midnight / Magic Steals / Lucky Charms / The Beast of Blackmoor
Author: Nalini Singh, Ilona Andrews, Lisa Shearin, Milla Vane
FOUR ALL-NEW NOVELLAS SHINE A LIGHT ON WHAT CAN HAPPEN AFTER DARK... — Four masters of urban fantasy and paranormal romance plunge readers into the dangerous, captivating world unearthed beyond the dark... — Bestselling author Nalini Singh delivers a smoldering story with "SECRETS AT MIDNIGHT," as the scent of Bastien Sm...  more »
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780425273920
ISBN-10: 042527392X
Publication Date: 11/25/2014
Pages: 378
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 51 ratings
Publisher: Berkley
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Members Wishing: 13
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Helpful Score: 2
Secrets at Midnight:
This is my first time reading Nalini Singh's Psy Changelings. I love her Angels, but always thought the changelings were more straight-up romance which usually doesn't appeal to me. But having read one I may have to revise that opinion. The story had enough action to keep me interested and wasn't too explicit.

Magic Steals:
I bought the book because of Ilona Andrews and Lisa Shearin and neither of them disappointed me. I have always had a soft spot for Jim - the overly paranoid Alpha Cat. I hope they write more short stories with Jim and Dahli because together they are a lot of fun.

Lucky Charms:
This is a prequel to The Grendel Affair (which I LOVED) In it we see how Mac and Ian come together as partners. It is a great read that I wish I'd discovered BEFORE reading the Grendle Affair. Mac lands in doody up to her eyeballs thanks to a gaggle of Leprechauns looking to paint the town and find as much trouble as possible.

The Beast of Blackmoor:
Did not make much of an impression on me. Had to go back to the book to refresh my memory, couldn't remember a thing about it. And it's only been a week or so since I read it. It's not my type of read. Too much "Me Tarzan, Ugh!" for my liking.
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