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  • Zombie gerbils are just the beginning!

    I adore really good urban fantasy and this series is definitely one I’d recommend. Ivy has a voice that is believable and it’s very easy to get sucked into whatever trouble she finds herself in. In this book she’s struggling with zombie gerbils, vicious vampires, a dragon and a saucy succubus to name just a few. Add in creepy clowns, living breathing nightmares and you start to realise that the things that go bump in the night might be terrifying to you and me but to Ivy it’s just another case ! Yes she’s braver than you or I but trust me Ivy does know what it’s like to feel fear because she’s gathered around her a makeshift family that she will protect at all costs. Trouble is the cost isn’t one she would willingly choose or will she ? Don’t just trust my opinion though start reading the Ivy Granger series yourself because you too will start believing in Faeries ! This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

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  • Zombie gerbils...

    How do you not become utterly intrigued with a story that starts off with the main character being tasked with tracking the graverobber responsible for zombie gerbils running loose? This whacky and wonderful series incorporates supernatural folklore with a myriad of various mythologies and never fails to offer the reader a fun and fantastic adventure with not a single dull moment. I have thoroughly enjoyed all the whimsical fantasy and have become very attached to the characters in these books. They have all grown and evolved, their relationships have changed, bonds have been forged, love and loss have been experienced. Throughout the series, to the delight of her readers, Ms. Stevens continues to challenge these tireless crusaders with highly imaginative, sometimes hilarious, and always compelling escapades. Ivy, now a much more prominent and, I would assume, influential figure in the fae hierarchy, is still completely committed to protecting Harborsmouth and its inhabitants from all supernatural threats so the stage is set, and I shall eagerly await the next adventure for her and her friends. While I did receive a free advance copy of this book, I chose to purchase a copy as well and I am voluntarily offering this honest and unbiased review. If you find this review helpful, I thank you for so indicating.

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  • I liked it.

    I received a free copy of BLOOD RITE (Ivy Granger, Book 6) by E.J. Stevens in exchange for an honest review. Ivy Granger has been through a lot. When she opened her detective agency, she thought she was a psychic human. Later on, she found out she was a ‘Wisp royal. Then, she met her mother. Now, things have settled down, and Ivy’s benefitting from a well-deserved break. Ivy and her roommate are currently busy planning their double wedding to their devoted beaus. Most of all, Ivy’s looking forward to married life, to raising her adopted son, and to sharing her life the family she’s collected. When an irate vampire arrives at her office and engages Ivy’s services to solve a grave robbing case, things seem to be continuing in their low-key manner. That is, until Ivy actually starts working the case. Break’s over! It’s time for Ivy to get back to the hack, to the slash, and to the run-for-her life business as usual. It’s been a few years since the last book in the series, so I was starting to worry there would be no more in the series. I’m glad Ivy’s back, and she’s back in a big way! I’m enjoyed this story, and I look forward to the next tale. I recommend this series and this book to fans of urban fantasy heavy on the faery characters but containing other types of supernaturals. #BloodRite #NetGalley

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