Author: Eileen Wilks

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Review: Mortal Ties (World of the Lupi, #9) by Eileen Wilks

Review: Mortal Ties (World of the Lupi, #9) by Eileen Wilks

October 9, 2012 Review 0

The World of the Lupi is an aptly named series, as every new book reminds me of how vast, complex, and well drawn Wilks’s world is. Though Wilks writes interesting romances and complex family ties, her relationships are often overshadowed by the mythology and action that makes each book barrel forward.

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Review: Inked by Eileen Wilks

Review: Inked by Eileen Wilks

February 7, 2010 Uncategorized 0

Book Description: Four tales of urban fantasy and paranormal romance explore body art that is more than it seems—in a world of magic and mayhem that always leaves it mark . . . New York Times bestselling author Karen Chance’s “Skin Deep” tells the tale of a war mage in Las Vegas who stumbles across an ominous magical ward that appears as a dragon on her skin–and has a mind of its own… When New York Times bestselling author Marjorie M. Liu‘s demon slayer Maxine Kiss investigates a grisly murder at a high-class soirée, she finds herself involved in a… Read more »

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Review: Inhuman by Eileen Wilks

Review: Inhuman by Eileen Wilks

October 9, 2009 Review 0

  Book Blurb: People in Midland are dying. Only two so far, but both of them were Gifted, and both were killed when someone—or something—drained them of blood. Two months ago, the power winds swept through and changed the rules everywhere. Midland, Texas, didn’t suffer as much as some places, partly because this small West Texas city has only one smallish node . . . and because it has a guardian, little though Midlanders realize this. Nathan Hunter is well able to discourage the odd goblin, banshee, or ghoul. Kai Tallman Michalski is a reluctant telepath with a skewed Gift—she… Read more »

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