"Genny is the Anita Blake of the Fae world mixed with Rachel Morgan"
Genny would like to have a quiet life and just do her job
at Spellcrackers.com but she has a bit of a tangled
personal life to sort out first. She's being haunted by
ghosts who want her help. Her witch neighbours want her
evicted. Genny's kind of ex is now her new boss and can't
decide whether he wants their relationship to be business
or pleasure because he now knows all her darkest secrets.
And then there's the queue of vampires all wanting her to
paint the town red with them. How long will it be before
they just snatch her for a private party. With all that
happening in her life could it be possible for it to become
even more complicated?
Sure it can! When one of her human friends is murdered by
sidhe magic, Genny is the only suspect so she needs to find
the killer to clear her name. Her efforts to find the real
murderer leads her to some of the most dangerous and
seductive fae and her search is hindered by the vampires,
who have their own political agenda. But when all the
evidence points to Genny, she finds herself on the run, and
not just from the police but from some of London's most
The Cold Kiss of Death is the second book in the
Spellcrackers.com series and it is a great sequel to the
first book 'Sweet Scent of Blood'. Genny is a tough
character and while maybe a little confused with so much
going on around her, she is likable and her story makes for
interesting reading. Genny is the Anita Blake of the Fae
world mixed with Rachel Morgan. She is hot, independent and
kicks major magical and paranormal butt.
The series as a whole is dark, action packed and full of
mystery. The world the author has created is so fitting to
the London background and is full of all kinds of
creatures, including a new kind of vampire. Fresh, unique
and urban paranormal fantasy at its best, this is an author
you need to check out if you are a lover of the genre.
I look forward to book three in the series and anything
else this author can offer paranormal readers. This series
is fascinating and this author is on my must read list.
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted July 23, 2009