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Gunmetal Magic (Kate Daniels Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Firstly, I'm going to have a big whinge that this title isn't available on Kindle. Very disappointing and hopefully, soon to be addressed.
As a book in the Kate Daniels series, it was fantastic.
Andrea Nash, a closet beastkin has lost everything she valued and is rebuilding her life. She's working with her friend Kate in Cutting Edge, but business is poor. A new case from the Pack means she's got to face Raphael and all of the emotions that brings. Andrea has got to come to terms with being beastkin and her uncertainty about the Pack...if that's not bad enough, she must solve the mystery of the murder of the 4 pack members, preferably without dying.
She is feisty, loyal, dedicated and is working hard to be less screwed up.
What's great about this is that Andrea has her own voice. Some writers who start with a character and series, when they try something else, their reader is left thinking 'hang on, this isn't a different character'.
Not so here.
There's a great balance between action and introspection, there really isn't anywhere I started flipping through and once I finished it. I had to go back and re-read my favourite bits. It's a great read.
I found it refreshing to focus on one of the other players and see the world through a second person's eyes and I wanted to know how Andrea solved her relationship woes and how she dealt with the other shapeshifters.
The only drawback in this novel was I found some of the place descriptions repetative, for example, I think I have read what seems to be the same description for The Unicorn and White Street in almost every book and it is getting a little tedious. Apart from that little niggle I enjoyed the book and read it so intently my husband thought I was out.
Plus a bonus of a short KD story at the end.
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