This week I'm posting Queen of Shadows. I decided to post this because book four, Of Shadow Born (Shadow World, #4), just came out last week, which I'll be reviewing sometime this month. I feel like this series started out "good", but I like it, and so far, I think that with each book the story gets better and better.
Release Date: First published July 29, 2010
Genre: Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Original Review Date: September 20, 2011
Rating: 3 bookmarks
Synopsis: Shortly after she picked up a guitar, Miranda Grey conquered the Austin music scene with a newfound ability to psychically manipulate her audience’s emotions. But as her powers outgrow her control, her mind is increasingly invaded by haunting secrets and overwhelming sadness. Unable to look anyone in the eye, Miranda is fast approaching the edge of insanity – with no one to catch her fall…
When he outlawed killing humans, David Solomon ignited a civil war among Austin’s vampires. As Prime of the South, his sympathy for mortals angered the old guard who refuse to control their violent urges. David has his hands full with the growing insurgency, but he takes in a broken-down woman, a musician in need of supernatural guidance. Little does he know that Miranda Grey has the power to change his world as well.
I’m going to move on to read the next book and hopefully it will be just as fast of a read.