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View our feature on Ilona Andrews’s Magic Strikes.

When magic strikes and Atlanta goes to pieces, it’s a job for Kate Daniels…

Drafted into working for the Order of Merciful Aid, mercenary Kate Daniels has more paranormal problems than she knows what to do with these days. And in Atlanta, where magic comes and goes like the tide, that’s saying a lot.

But when Kate's werewolf friend Derek is discovered nearly dead, she must confront her greatest challenge yet. As her investigation leads her to the Midnight Games—an invitation only, no holds barred, ultimate preternatural fighting tournament—she and Curran, the Lord of the Beasts, uncover a dark plot that may forever alter the face of Atlanta's shapeshifting community…

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Magic Strikes
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Magic Strikes
February 19th, 2015
Absolutely best so far of the three. So well written. I was sure I would never find a series that I loved as much as the FaeFever series. However I was wrong. I love how the action has been building in each story. Kate has risen to a new defining female character, powerfully complicated and dynamic. The perfect mate to the Beast Lord. And you know its only a matter of time before they come together to define and rule a new world order in a world of chaos. Looking forward to #4
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Magic Strikes
September 27th, 2013
Brilliant writer. I am huge and instant fan. After reading all the Jeaniene Frost books I didn't think I would find another worst in my favorite genre. Ilona Andrews hit the spot. If you enjoy Kim Harrison, Laurel K Hamilton (early stuff) Jeaniene Frost.. Then you will love Ilona Andrews. Fat paced, getting, find myself laughing out loud. I would like to see the live scenes steam up a bit more (think Bones & Cat) her main character Kate Daniels is finally with her mate.. Her humor I live you I hate you relationship keeps you on your toes. great urban setting.. Reminds me of Kim Harrison post shift change when humans are learning to live with shifters, demons and undead neighbors.
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