The Edge by Ilona Andrews
With the flood of new releases pouring in each week, sometimes you just need time to sit back and look at what has come before. Time to find the gems that you might of missed in the deluge of ‘meh’ that we are downing in. One Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance series that you must give a try is The Edge by Ilona Andrews, packed full of adventure and romance it’s one you don’t want to miss! And, even better, it is finished series so no pesky waiting for the next book to come out. Although if you are like me you will be left begging for more!
On the Edge
The Edge #1
by Ilona Andrew
Instead of giving you the blurb…here are a few intriguing quotes to perk your interest…
“Give me a few minutes.”
“You have time.” He sat in the grass.
“Are you just going to sit there and watch me?”
“Yes. Watching pretty peasant girls is what we poor little rich boys do best.”
He shrugged. “You started the name calling.”
“Georgie, stop trying to resurrect the shoes. They were never alive in the first place.”
Cocky Changeling anyone?
His eyes shone with want and predatory satisfaction. “The name’s William. It’s a common mistake.”
“I don’t like it when you’re away. If I don’t see you, I can’t settle down. If I see you talking with another man, I want to claw his throat out. And none of the things you’re supposed to say fit.”
Oh, this had to be good. “What sort of things?”
He sighed. “The lines. Like, ‘You’re my everything,’ or ‘Did it hurt when you fell from heaven?”
The Edge #3
by Ilona Andrews
Oh Kaldar, you cheeky, charming rogue…
“At the door, Audrey called, “Are you coming?”
“No, just breathing hard, love.” He glanced at her and was rewarded by an outraged glare, followed by, “Oh, my God!”
He hit her with his best smile. Her eyes widened. She took a deep breath. “Oh no, not that seductive face. I’m overcome with the need to take off these awful clothes. What is happening? I do not understand. Oooh. Ahhh.” She touched her wrist to her forehead. “Somebody help me. I’m being drenched with my own fluids.”
“See now, you shouldn’t have done that,” Kaldar said.
She gave him an innocent look.
“You’ve made yourself into a challenge. Now I’ll have to seduce you out of principle.”
The Edge #4
by Ilona Andrews
And unfortunately it had to end…
“Congratulations,” he said, his voice dry. “You finally managed to find a woman as tragically noble as yourself. I didn’t think one existed.”
“She was beautiful and radiant. He remembered the concern in her eyes. The same concern drove her now, pushing her toward acts of violence. On the surface, he’d be a fool to turn her down. She was driven by tragedy, just like him, and she would be incorruptible, just like him. He needed a blade to kill, but she could kill dozens at once empty-handed. She was Death, and she had just asked to be his ally.”