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Deborah Wilde

Autor(a) de Blood & Ash

33 Works 575 Membros 35 Críticas


Obras por Deborah Wilde

Blood & Ash (2020) 107 exemplares
The Unlikeable Demon Hunter (2017) 100 exemplares
Throwing Shade (2021) 59 exemplares
The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Need (2017) 26 exemplares
Revenge & Rapture (2020) 18 exemplares
The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Fall (2018) 15 exemplares
Made in the Shade (2021) 14 exemplares
The Unlikeable Demon Hunter: Burn (2019) 14 exemplares
Howl at the Moon (2023) 12 exemplares
A Shade Too Far (2021) 11 exemplares
Leonie Hendricks: Demon P.I. (2019) 11 exemplares


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A global wanderer, former screenwriter, and total cynic with a broken edit button, Deborah Wilde writes funny urban fantasy and paranormal women's fiction.

Her stories feature sassy women who kick butt, strong female friendships, and swoony, sexy romance. She's all about the happily ever after, with a huge dose of hilarity along the way.

Deborah lives in Vancouver, along with her husband, daughter, and asshole cat, Abra.



I enjoyed this book. I like the main character and her snarky attitude. It has been interesting seeing her learn to deal with her blood magic and find a way to use it for good. I'll definitely plan on borrowing the next book in the series from Kindle Unlimited.
Woodardja | 11 outras críticas | Jan 30, 2024 |
I enjoyed this second book in the series. I had some concern about the similarities to the Buffyverse, but the author acknowledges this and kinda pokes fun at some of the similarities so I'm okay with it. (I have to admit I loved Buffy.) This book delves deeper into both blood magic and Hedon, which is interesting. The ending felt more like just a stopping place in this book. It was as if the author decided she needed to be done so she tied it up quickly. That said, I'll still continue on with book 3 on KU.… (mais)
Woodardja | 1 outra crítica | Jan 30, 2024 |
I can honestly say, I knew this was going to be different from Nava and Ash, but I didn't think that Miri would be so awesome! :D As someone who is getting to that age, she's my new role model (though not sure that is such a good idea lol)

A great urban fantasy setting in present-day Vancouver. You get a lot of information about the different factions, their place in the world and how they view each other (spoiler -the only one you're getting- it's not favourable) but it never feels too much of an information dump, rather, well spread out through the book.
Miri goes all over the place, but the author does a great job of giving us the necessary information so we can stay fully immersed in the story.

Character development:
At the start of the book, we meet our main character Miriam, a librarian, who is pretty much sick and tired of her life (and some of the people she works for). While she loves her job, she can't stop envisioning murdering them in the most bookish way possible. I think I loved Miri from that moment on (as I might have done the same on *ahem* numerous occasions ;) )
Her life really changes when she meets a guy in a bar and things go sour and we meet the awesome Delilah :D
Oh oh oh and not to forget: Laurent (aka Huff 'n' Puff). Our silent and broody (but hella sexy) French wolf shifter.
Throughout the book, we learn more about Miri, her past and her current situation with her ex and daughter. We understand more about her motivation for doing certain things as well as her norms and values.
While we learn more about Laurent, he is still a delicious mystery I can't wait to know more about in the next instalment!
We've met a lot of the players (though I'm sure we're missing a couple of big ones) and each has his/her own story to tell. As we've come to expect from the author, all character feel real and believable.

Pacing and flow:
It started slow and steady, but don't let it fool you... once it has your full attention you're stuck till the book is done! :D
It kept my attention with Miri's witty remarks and her trying to figure out the grumpy wolf shifter.
There was quite a bit of action but nothing felt rushed. Good balance between conversations and action.

The book:
The book itself was well written with no (noticeable) errors. Strangely enough, there is no sex described (which isn't a bad thing, just not something we're used to from the author haha) but I'm sure we'll see more of that in the next books.
The book is 28 chapters long and written from Miriam's point of view.

Final thoughts:
It was very different from the authors other series, so it took me a bit of time to get really into it. I must admit I've not read many books where the heroine is over 40 years old, but I really enjoyed it! Miri is such a fun (and relatable) character, you just can't do anything but love her! I mean, she has baggage and a ton of life experience, so it makes sense that she would be able to utilise all that for something greater, no?
Plus, it makes me feel like there is still hope for me as well haha ;)
I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book and all I can really say is, well done! Another great start of a new series and one which I will be recommending to many readers.
… (mais)
Nemerith | 3 outras críticas | Oct 30, 2023 |
You guys, I'm not going to lie... this book was AMAZING!
I mean, it had it all, a lot of action, snarky humor, some romance (but not too much... even though it's Levi, don't say you would mind hmm!?), oh oh oh.. and a puppy (lol) :D

Worldbuilding was, as always, great! We went all over the place and all scenes and environments were clear and well detailed.

Character development just keeps on going strong book after book. Ash and Levi finally figure things out between them (can I get an amen). But to be honest, all important characters continue to grow and shed more light onto their persona. They all feel very real and alive, with each their own flaws and insecurities. Really well written.

Pacing and flow were amazing. Such a great balance between all the action and the (heartstopping) conversations. This book really is quite a ride, though never going over the top into being rushed. No, the author let it play out in its own natural rhythm (and yes, reading this sentence is weird for me too, but that's the best I can do for you so you're welcome).

The book itself was well written and yes, there is sex described (if that is important to you).

I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book and I really do need book 4 pronto (pretty pretty please!). Though beware, the ending is a bit of a cliffhanger... you are warned!
I didn't think this series could trump Nava, but damn... I think this book did it!
… (mais)
Nemerith | 2 outras críticas | Oct 30, 2023 |

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