Magic Rises by Ilona Andrews

Magic Rises (Kate Daniels, #6)

by Ilona Andrews

The #1 New York Times Bestseller!

Atlanta is a city plagued by magical problems. Kate Daniels will fight to solve them—no matter the cost...
Mercenary Kate Daniels and her mate, Curran, the Beast Lord, are struggling to solve a heartbreaking crisis. Unable to control their beasts, many of the Pack’s shapeshifting children fail to survive to adulthood. While there is a medicine that can help, the secret to its making is closely guarded by the European packs, and there’s little available in Atlanta.
Kate can’t bear to watch innocents suffer, but the solution she and Curran have found threatens to be even more painful. The European shapeshifters who once outmaneuvered the Beast Lord have asked him to arbitrate a dispute—and they’ll pay him in medicine. With the young people’s survival and the Pack’s future at stake, Kate and Curran know they must accept the offer—but they have little doubt that they’re heading straight into a trap...

Reviewed by Mercy on

4 of 5 stars

If it wasn't for the jealously drama, this would totally be my favourite book in the series, actually I think it's my favourite but it didn't get 5 stars. Curran could have been a little less of an asshole though. And look I get why he did what he did and I saw the reasons coming a long way but damn, nobody can be easily forgiven after hurting Kate's feelings.

However, I loved the change of setting and to learn about the shapeshifter politics. It was so good to read. Also, forever amused at the shapeshifters being number one gossipers. xD

New characters additions such as Desandra (she's a new favourite for sure) were one of many highlights, gotta mention that scene with the boudas being scandalized with her sex talk. xDDD And I know I'm rambling and this isn't making much sense but my point is you need to read this series because it's getting better and better.

P.D. Hugh can go fuck himself.

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