Author: Kristen Callihan

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Review: Evernight (Darkest London,#5) by Kristen Callihan

Review: Evernight (Darkest London,#5) by Kristen Callihan

August 28, 2014 Review 2 ★★★★

One of the most common tropes in romantic literature and even romantic comedies is the couple who at first absolutely hate each other and eventually fall in love after some trials and tribulations or hilarious hijinks. EVERNIGHT takes this type of relationship and starts right out the gate with Thorne seriously threatening to kill Holly. I was kind of surprised to see the death threats starting out so soon in the story so I was quite interested to see just how these two would go from wanting to commit homicide to love.

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Release Day Review: Shadowdance (Darkest London #4) by Kristen Callihan

Release Day Review: Shadowdance (Darkest London #4) by Kristen Callihan

December 17, 2013 Review 0 ★★★

The Darkest London series teases your expectations, pretends to follow the rules, and then goes all terrain through the underbrush of unexpected events. Despite containing elements of a great Paranormal Romance and an enthralling Historical Fantasy, Callihan’s stories manages to break all the rules and become something altogether different.

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Review: Winterblaze (Darkest London #3) by Kristen Callihan

Review: Winterblaze (Darkest London #3) by Kristen Callihan

March 8, 2013 Review 0 ★★★

WINTERBLAZE is a complex story, as evidenced by the fact that it took me a a few chapters to feel entirely caught up despite having read read Darkest London books 1 and 2. This orientation was a pleasure, however, as it was accompanied by the witty and sensual introduction of Poppy and Win, a formerly happy married couple, as the hero and heroine.

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Review: Moonglow (Darkest London #2) by Kristen Callihan

Review: Moonglow (Darkest London #2) by Kristen Callihan

September 16, 2012 Review 1 ★★★★

Given the events at the end of FIRELIGHT, I had assumed book two would continue to explore the magic and changes of Miranda Ellis. The change of focus to Ian and Daisy was a surprise that I soon grew to appreciate. From the opening chapter with Ian’s little “bedroom failure”, I knew I was going to love MOONGLOW. Once again, Callihan has found the perfect mix of history, romance, and magic to keep me captivated the whole way through.

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