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Saturday, September 19, 2009

172) Witch Craft by Caitlin Kittredge

There is someone or something setting fire to homes in the city and Luna Wilder knows that this just isn't your everyday arsonist. Her gut feeling is backed up with the attempts on her life by the strange otherworldly creatures that shouldn't be in Nocturne City. Unfortunately Luna and her new team are not being left alone to deal with the situation. The annoying but somewhat sexy federal agent, Will Fagin, is hanging around like a bad smell.

As Luna tries to solve the case and keep her new team in employment she also gets to know Will better. What she learns could help her on the case and they both try to do everything they can against the selkies, trolls and other nasties that come after them. Nocturne City is suddenly in chaos and luckily they have just the right team to help them. Hopefully the team will be able to help in time and save themselves and the city.

Witch Craft is the fourth book in the Nocturne City series and things just keep getting better and better. This is like reading a really good mystery thriller but with big helpings of the paranormal on the side. Adventure all the way, you hardly have time to breathe while reading this action packed book.

Luna is growing into her responsibilities and her werewolf side is being kept under control. She is one hard, strong and dangerous woman and I admire her alot. Nocturne City is the place to be and Caitlin Kittredge has made it that way. I can't wait for more from this super urban paranormal series. Bring it on!


Vickie said...

I've got the first two of the series on Mt Git'r'Read and I have to get to them. I've heard so many good things about it and now your review for the fourth one. Off to move the first one up the stacks.

Barbara Monajem said...

Sounds like an exciting series!

Donna said...

I really would like to read one of Caitlin Kittredge's series. This one looks really good.

Anonymous said...

This sounds like a good series.

Kimberly Swan said...

Loved the review Amber, and it's definitely a great series to get hooked on. :)