Glorious Week in Review

Enjoy the splendor of the books released this week.

 

 

Week in Review May 2 – 8, 2021

 

 

Beautiful books to enjoy here: Week in Review

 

 

For Dwarf's Sake:

Will he? Won’t he? It’s hard to say what bounty hunter Johnny Walker is going to do about his relationship, but one thing is certain. You mess with his woman, you’re going to get messed up. Bad. That is, unless Lisa kicks your ass first. The Light Elf is searching for her missing son and is not taking I don’t know for an answer. Lisa knows she needs Johnny’s help on this one. She’s too close to the case to see things clearly. Time for Johnny to bring out the big guns and leave the swamp to work the streets. Because this is personal. Someone has come between a magical and her offspring. Pity the fool. In a strange twist will it all curve back toward the Feds?

 

A Hunt in Magic City:

Take out one villain, and two pop up to replace him. That’s life in Magic City. Ruby Achera’s got problems galore. Bounty hunters and assassins to the left of her. A vengeful Drow to her right. A deadly creature intent on taking over Magic City has just arrived in town looking for payback. And he’s out for blood. Can Ruby fight off the evil artifact embedded in her arm long enough to fight back? Idryll the shapeshifter will have to step up to the plate and bring along old allies like Diana Sheen, Rath the Troll, and the rest of the Federal Agents of Magic. Will they roll snake eyes or are the dice going to deliver for Magic City? For action, magic, snarky banter, martial arts, mystical creatures, and high intrigue, join Ruby and her allies in Magic City!

 

How to Be a Badass Detective:

Provided a choice, would you give up magical power or become the most disparaged of those who work with the law… A private detective! Fed up with playing the normal game, recent university graduate, ex-cum laude, ex-soccer star, ex-popular, and mostly broke Kera MacDonagh changed her life when she read How to be a Badass Witch and shockingly, the spells worked.  Kera MacDonagh has dealt with learning magic, overcoming power-hungry covens from abroad, and engagements with the police to help those around her. Now, Kera puts her best adult foot forward and decides to branch out in a new direction. One her mother is unlikely to happy about. But will the powers that be allow her a chance to make a difference? With everything happening, Kera is balancing her relationship as well.  Will becoming a detective fulfill her need to support those without hope, keep her boyfriend, and satisfy her mom? Unlikely, but she’s going to try!

 

Bloodflowers Bloom:

This story is part anime, part steampunk, and all action! Inside each fighter are three types of magic. If a fighter acquires magical weapons, they can best those more powerful than themselves. Provided the weapons don’t eat their soul. Teenage fighter Devol and his sword Achroma have found the Templar, and potentially, a mentor. When dimensions are crossed, one never knows what evil will release! So much for plenty of training time. Devol and his two friends are on a journey. Unfortunately, their enemies don’t care how young they are. It just makes them easier to kill. Or will it? Is young equivalent to easy?

 

 

Delightful New Books Here: Week In Review