I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Saranna DeWylde
Released: July 25, 2012
Published by Ellora's Cave
“Full of unique elements, some humor and gave me one hell of a hot ride.” ~ Under the Covers
There are very few things that draw me in on a cover…one of those is tats. And that was mainly the reason I wanted to pick this up. Well, that and the fact that I recently read a short story by Ms. DeWylde in the HOT AND HAUNTED anthology and thought it was the best story in that book.
So back to FURYOUS INK. I can be a little thickheaded sometimes and the title didn’t clue me in. This book has a Fury in it! I don’t get to read about them enough. Megaera Eumenides aka Meg, is a fury and a tattoo artist. She is also the only clue that Detective Marcus Kage, a Lycanos working his last case before moving on to another town where they don’t realize he’s aging. The case? There’s a serial killer of sorts, targeting Amazons, and all the victims have in common is a tattoo.
This story is sexy right off the bat (well, not right at the beginning when there’s a body to be found). Kage and Meg are pretty hot together, even when they think they won’t end up together because the happiness of a mate is not for them.
The mystery of the story was interesting, with a lot of different supernatural elements that I’m not used to reading about (furies, amazons and killer spiders) along with elements that I I’m more familiar with (lycans and witches). Looking for the killer threw me for a loop because I wasn’t expecting who the killer ended up being.
I find that Ms. DeWylde can write a very enthralling story (and I’ve only read her shorts) and FURYOUS INK was full of unique elements, some humor and gave me one hell of a hot ride.
“So how does one book a Fury ride?”
*Review copy provided by publisher
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