Oct 22 2012 12:00pm

Day #4: The Kick-Ass Ladies Club

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On the Edge by Ilona AndrewsEdge Series by Ilona Andrews (Books 1-4)

On the Edge

The Broken is a place where people shop at Wal-Mart and magic is nothing more than a fairy tale.

The Weird is a realm where blueblood aristocrats rule and the strength of your magic can change your destiny.

Rose Drayton lives on the Edge, the place between both worlds. A perilous existence indeed, made even more so by a flood of magic-hungry creatures bent on absolute destruction.

Bayou Moon by Ilona AndrewsBayou Moon

Cerise Mar and her clan are cash poor but land rich, claiming a large swathe of the Mire, the Edge swamplands. When her parents vanish, her clan's long-time rivals are suspect. But all is not as it seems.

Two nations of the Weird are waging a cold war fought by feint and espionage, and their conflict is about to spill over into the Edge-and Cerise's life.



Fate’s Edge by Ilona AndrewsFate's Edge

Audrey Callahan left behind her life in the Edge, and she's determined to stay on the straight and narrow. But when her brother gets into hot water, the former thief takes on one last heist and finds herself matching wits with a jack of all trades...

Kaldar Mar-a gambler, lawyer, thief, and spy-expects his latest assignment tracking down a stolen item to be a piece of cake, until Audrey shows up. But when the item falls into the hands of a lethal criminal, Kaldar realizes that in order to finish the job, he's going to need Audrey's help...

Steel’s Edge by Ilona AndrewsSteel's Edge

The Edge lies between worlds, on the border between the Broken, where people shop at Wal-Mart and magic is a fairy tale—and the Weird, where blueblood aristocrats rule, changelings roam, and the strength of your magic can change your destiny…

Charlotte de Ney is as noble as they come, a blueblood straight out of the Weird. But even though she possesses rare magical healing abilities, her life has brought her nothing but pain. After her marriage crumbles, she flees to the Edge to build a new home for herself. Until Richard Mar is brought to her for treatment, and Charlotte’s life is turned upside down once again.

Richard is a swordsman without peer, future head of his large and rambunctious Edger clan—and he’s on a clandestine quest to wipe out slavers trafficking humans in the Weird. So when his presence leads his very dangerous enemies to Charlotte, she vows to help Richard destroy them. The slavers’ operation, however, goes deeper than Richard knows, and even working together, Charlotte and Richard may not survive...

Grave Witch by Kalayna PriceAlex Craft Series by Kalayna Price (Books 1-3)

Grave Witch

Not even death can save her now.

As a grave witch, Alex Craft can speak to the dead-she's even on good terms with Death himself. As a consultant for the police, she's seen a lot of dark magic, but nothing has prepared her for her latest case. When she's raising a “shade” involved in a high profile murder, it attacks her, and then someone makes an attempt on her life. Someone really doesn't want her to know what the dead have to say, and she'll have to work with mysterious homicide detective Falin Andrews to figure out why...

Grave Dance by Kalayna PriceGrave Dance

After a month of down time, Grave Witch Alex Craft is ready to get back to solving murders by raising the dead. With her love life in turmoil, Alex is eager for the distractions of work. But when her new case forces her to overuse her magic, it might be the last mystery the Grave Witch ever gets to solve...





Grave Witch by Kalayna PriceGrave Memory

When the dead need to talk, Alex Craft is always ready to listen…

As a Grave Witch, Alex solves murders by raising the dead—an ability that comes at a cost, and after her last few cases, that cost is compounding. But her magic isn’t the only thing causing havoc in her life. While she’s always been on friendly terms with Death himself, things have recently become a whole lot more close and personal. Then there’s her sometime partner, agent Falin Andrews, who is under the glamour of the Winter Queen. To top everything off, her best friend has been forever changed by her time spent captive in Faerie.

But the personal takes a backseat to the professional when a string of suicides occur in Nekros City and Alex is hired to investigate. The shades have no memory of the days leading up to their brutal endings, so despite the very public apparent suicides, this is murder. But what kind of magic can overcome the human will to survive? And why do the shades lack the memory of their deaths? Searching for the answer might mean Alex won’t have a life to remember at all…

Midnight’s Daughter by Karen ChanceDorina Basarab Series by Karen Chance (Books 1-3)

Midnight's Daughter

Dorina Basarab is a dhampir—half-human, half-vampire. Unlike most dhampirs, though, Dory has managed to maintain her sanity. Now Dory’s vampire father has come to her for help— again. Her Uncle Dracula (yes, the Dracula), cruelest among vampires, has escaped his prison. And her father wants Dory to work with gorgeous master vampire Louis-Cesare to put him back there.

Although Dory prefers to work alone, Dracula is the only thing that truly scares her—and when she has to face him, she’ll take all the help she can get…

Death’s Mistress by Karen ChanceDeath's Mistress

Dorina Basarab is a dhampir-half-human, half-vampire. Back home in Brooklyn after the demise of her insane Uncle Dracula, Dory's hoping her life is about to calm down. But soon Dory realizes someone is killing vampire Senate members, and if she can't stop the murderer, her friends may be next...





Fury’s Kiss by Karen ChanceFury's Kiss

Dorina Basarab is a dhampir—half-human, half-vampire. Subject to uncontrollable rages, most dhampirs live very short, very violent lives. But so far, Dory has managed to maintain her sanity by unleashing her anger on those demons and vampires who deserve killing... 

Dory is used to fighting hard and nasty. So when she wakes up in a strange scientific lab with a strange man standing over her, her first instinct is to take his head off. Luckily, the man is actually the master vampire Louis-Cesare, so he’s not an easy kill. 

It turns out that Dory had been working with a Vampire Senate task force on the smuggling of magical items and weaponry out of Faerie when she was captured and brought to the lab. But when Louis-Cesare rescues her, she has no memory of what happened to her. 

To find out what was done to her—and who is behind it—Dory will have to face off with fallen angels, the maddest of mad scientists, and a new breed of vampires that are far worse than undead…

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Penni DePaul
1. penniloafers9
I love the unexpected. Be that in situations, abilities our heroes/heroines have, or worlds the authors created. Plus, kick-ass characters always have me coming back for more
Nicole Leapheart
2. BoxyFrown
The promise of more action, romance, and drama! People hate cliffhangers, but I love knowing that something more is coming. I'm almost always sad to see a series end (Kelley Armstrong! Rachel Caine!) At least with RC we still get to play around in that world a little bit. :)
3. SandyH
Definitely the world view. In its context it needs to be developed. I also like character development throughout a series of novels.
Maycee Majors
4. Keeyansmom04
I love paranormal stories because anything can happen! The storyline doesn't have to have a limit. I love when the heroine is kick ass, the humor is dry, and the love scenes are hot! ;0)
Jasmine Ray
5. JassyBaby
In UF, I definitely love a kick-ass heroine who can stand toe-to-toe with an alpha male and even an alphole. I love developed worldviews, plots and characters. In series, just seeing what our h/h is up to again always keep me wanting to read more.
In PNR, my heroine doesn't have to be kickass. She can be sweet and soft. My hero def. has to be an Alpha male. Good plots are a must in both. As well as scorching love scenes~
And of course, the HEA! Although, I'll be lenient if the bad ending is the more understandable one. And it has to be a believable and damn good bad ending!
Jennifer Walter
7. jlc341
The world created, strong heroines who kick ass when needed, the special abilities of the characters, and the promise of either a new couple being formed from existing characters or more romantic development between the main characters all bring me back to a series.
8. Jen at Red Hot Books
I think it needs a really good main character, strong world building, and (for me) a sexy, potential love interest.
9. wsl0612
Interesting characters. I don't care if the world is a swamp, a hell-hole, a desert or a rat-infested basement, if the characters are interesting and not too whiny (IMO, haha) then I want to know more.
10. Book Huntress
Kick-ass Chicks and Strong Alpha Males!!!!
Michelle Gorman
11. BookLoverChelle
I love a paranormal that is recognizable to the real world but has enough of the unbelievable that makes me question whether or not it could really happen.
Susan T.
12. kidsue99
Action and romance always gets me sucked into a book. Strong alpha male would do it too.
Jaye Snachez
13. wuanjaye
The world is usually what keeps me coming back to paranormal. Difficult romance sure helps - but a compelling, well defined world is key.
Kristine Murphy
14. Kmurphy40
There are so many options and anything can happen. Plus the characters are awesome and there are great action scenes.
15. jguldy
I love the possibilities. Alpha maleness doesn't hurt either! ;)
Donna Antonio
16. Donna_A
I love a good story. One that has terrific characters doing fantastic things in a world not too unlike ours is a fantastic escape. I come back time after time to visit with my literary friends and hear of thier adventures. A hot guy doesn't hurt.
Jennifer Denning
17. redheadedjen
I love the story line. I can picture it happening in my city and having a great characters is good too.
Donna Binns
18. d14j88b
I love a good story line and this genre offers an exciting and dramatic one. I like to be able to somehow connect personally with the lead character and have noticed I prefer strong women. Once I have entered into their world I just want to continue to explore and be a part of it through the books and characters. I have always liked the paranormal and supernatural realms.
Katelin Campbell
20. katelin1
I love this genre because it isn't reality. I love the escape that they provide. I keep coming back because the worlds are interesting and they just suck me in. When the world building is great then I just dive in head first. They just suck me in. I always come back for more.
21. Heliyas
I'm a huge fan of fae urban fantasy series (like Seanan McGuire's Toby Daye series), but I get sucked in when the world building is good. There have been series where too much is going on.
Roger Simmons
22. trainmanri
Urban fantasy, a kick-ass chick for a heroine with interesting world building.
23. Kareni
A good story and interesting characters will bring me back.
Jordan R
24. jrojrojro
I love how normal qualities get amplified by the intensity of a paranormal storyline. And of course I love anything to do with magic and world building. I did read all of the Silmarillion, after all!
25. eugenie1000
I need a strong main character...a heroine (or hero) whose empathetic, smart, flawed and kick-ass. like others have said, I need great world building. It helps if there is humor and a great villian.
Janie McGaugh
27. jmcgaugh
The characters and situation/premise draw me in. The story, character interactions and romance keep me coming back.
Cheryl U.
30. matkeltri
I love the strong female characters, the alpha males, their romantic entanglements, and the crazy situations they get themselves into. But most of all, I love the magic. Real life is so boring!
lori derenick
31. trixie
I also love strong female characters and the alpha men who love and support them. But I really love a story, paranormal, urban fiction, romance, historical that draws me in and makes me forget the dirty dishes, clothes to be folded and bills to be paid for an enjoyable period of time. My guitly pleasure, my escape.
Pamela Marsh
32. pwminmi
A kick ass heroine who is likable. Someone you can see having a beer with.
33. Karen H in NC
I've never read urban fantasy before. Sounds like a good chance to start.
Tanya Contois
34. tanyac
A strong heroine who is likable but can also kick ass if necessary and a hot alpha male who will do anything for the people he cares about.
Allison Hickman
35. AllisonHickman
A good story and good writing, characters that are interesting and that I can care for and some smexy never hurts!
Chris Bails
36. Chrisbails
The charcters are always a good way for me to come back. Especially if they make me laugh. I love a strong, alpha character, a protector. I love paranormal stories. Like lots of action & fighting. Also love to see some sexy storylines also. Thanks for the giveaway.
Alyena Crimmins
38. caidyinie
I love the Paranormal romances! A strong male is a must. I also like to not know what is comming next. Predictable books get boring fast, give me a reason to keep reading.
Neeta Kulkarni
39. cheetah_pita
I love the worldbuilding. Creating intriguing characters and developing an enticing plot are both found in normal fiction and normal romance, but PNR and UF authors have the extra creative license with their new worlds. The Andrews duo is famous for creating a world filled with magic and eloquently describing it to the reader. That's typically what keeps me hooked, along with character driven plot-lines.
Eva Millien
40. evampire
I love the different fantasy world's created by the authors. I can get lost in the story and believe I am there living the action, drama & romance of each heroine.
Laurel Klem
41. LaurelK
I love getting lost in a paranormal/fantasy for hours, all I need is great world building, an enticing hunk/hero and a lot of spicey romance.
Lynne W
42. LynneW
I read for story, in any genre. Lots of action, characters I care about, and comprehensive worldbuilding are other features that draw me in and keep me hooked.
Poppy Arakelian
43. tezzkatt7
The characters are what suck me into a story no matter what the genre is. I read for character first and foremost. :)
44. RaonaidLuckwell
Many factors can suck me into the story: the depth and surrealism of the world building the author did.. And the depth of the character. Now if there is a snarky, independent hero or heroine with key elements that'll suck me in. Oh yeah I'll be liking it.
Amy A
45. antonidis
For paranormal stories, I like alpha males and really strong female leads. I think when they are able to help each other, rather than the man always rescuing the woman, it makes the story more interesting. Also, humor is a good break from all of the life or death story lines.
Linda Pierce
46. antydragn2
Shapeshifters is not what draws me into a story. It has to be well written. But I do enjoy the fact that shapeshifters requires a strong female lead. Faith Hunter writes this better than most! She is great!
G S Moch
47. LSUReader
In everything I read, I love strong, memorable characters. With UF/PNR, I also love the world-building. Such creativity! I'm frequently awed (and jealous!)
April Vrugtman
48. draccan
Definitely the characters - I'll enjoy a battle or a string of detecting or puzzles and monsters just like everyone else but if the main character(s) aren't likeable and well crafted, I just can't bring myself to care enough what happens to them. Likeable is very important - there are many well crafted non-likeable characters out there but I have to like the main enough to want to cheer them on.
Rosalind McGarry
49. kui
Action! Adventure! Romance! Magic! Intrigue! Baddies! Heroes! Heroines! Cliffhangers! Sidekicks! Sacrifice!
Patti Short
50. Mayam
I love that the main characters are usually female, and they can kick butt! I also love the mix of paranormal critters.
51. nenssa
What sucks me into a good paranormal/urban fantasy book are kickass protagonists and a plot where I can sink my teeth in.
Scary Lee
52. ScaryLee
The amazing worlds created and the women who can kick ass but aren't perfect.
Nikki Hilton
53. nikkiphilton
I like alpha heroines. And the alpha shifters who can handle them without sacrificing their masculinity. And I love the world building.
54. lee w
I love the worlds, the characters, the magic.
Candice Banks
55. Skymist
Any author and story that can draw me in and make me laugh out loud or cry is a something that will have me coming back for more of their work, over and over. Love strong heroines and their equally strong Males.
57. MariaG
The world the author has created. But ultimately, its the heroine who draws me in. Strong, independent and kick-ass!
Karen Farb
58. Katafer
The opportunity to NOT have to play by all the "normal" rules is the appeal of most paranormal/urban fantasy books to me. Magic means that anything can happen - and anything usually does.
Connie Schultz
59. mamacat509
I like to read something different and a lot of times I like fantasy because it takes me away from real life problems for awhile.
Irene Menge
60. Goldenmane
I enjoy paranormal/urban fantasy because it makes you wonder if it could really happen. I wish it could because my life is full of problems and I wish there were a paranormal way to resolve them.
Nancy Luebke
61. nancydl
I enjoy paranormal because some things just can't be explained. A good caring caracter and a little love interest is the hook.
Devon Mason
62. sully6189
I love that there is no limit to what can happen in a paranormal book. Also, the men are always great :o))
Rajmeen Kahlon
63. rajgirl
What makes me keep coming back to paranormal series are the kick-ass heroines. Unlike most genres, the women in paranormal genre are not only on par with the men but can most likely beat them up soundly. Paranormal series give me heroines who do not get in the way (the excuse most books have) and usually are the leaders of the troops. The heroines are not helpless and do not need the help of a man, unless he is oh so scorching hot!
Suzann Schmid
64. Suzann9112
World building and interesting characters bring me back every time. Story line that resolves most issues but that leaves the door open for the next adventure.
Lennette Daniels
65. SoccerMomKnits
I like great characters. I also like really great romance, no cheesy stuff. But it also needs to be slightly believable for me, no weird stuff.
Becky Hantsbarger
67. BeckyIA
A strong female lead, a complicated relationship, and a storyline that I can get lost in.
ramona glass
69. monag3
the story hasx to be a real rollercoaster ride. None of the books can be the same like the murder mysteries you read sometimes but always know the killer by the 3rd chapter. They have to be different even if its the same characters and the same world so everything has to grow and change with each book.
Julie Holmes
71. opalstarlite
The characters and world. It has to be interesting and somewhere I'd love to visit.
Dorothy MacPherson
72. macsluck
The worldbuilding and the strength of the characters.
74. Karalee
I need characters that I can believe in. Ones that aren't purely "good" or "evil". Plus detailed world-building .
karen prentice
75. tngal
Good worldbuilding, not overwhelming, I love good characters, some conflict. Absolutely no whining!! All three of these authors fit the bill completely for me. Three of my favorites.
Actually, I have all these series right now. They would make an excellent Christmas gift for my daughter, and I could get mine back!
Alexandrea Ward
76. bookaholic86
I get pulled in by the characters I think: their story, personality, how they talk and deal with others. All of that gets to me. And I feel like I'm learning something new or different about their paranormal or whatever world as I go.
Joann Lord
77. Falcon345
I like the different take on our world & kick ass heroines
Riley Moreland
78. ramore
Paranormal and Urban Fantasy - two types of fiction that start with life as we know it and then twist it, taking it to a more entertaining level. The life-as-we-know-it part enables us to connect. Once we connect, we are a breath away from ignoring real life and immersing in fantasy. I like to do that on a regular basis!
Sean Holland
79. Akaihyo
A dark yet belieable world with a coherent supernatural system.
Lisa Cox
81. vetteklisa
the characters suck me in. all their strengths, weaknesses, abilities, and the romance just kicks it up a notch
Michelle Levan
Believe it or not, family connections suck me into a series. It's great for my couple to get their happy day, then to see them in a supporting role in following stories that continue to build the world!
Teresa AlSaraji
84. Teresaalsara
strong plot, action, strong characters. Love and a good mix of Fantasy.
Cerese Sanborn
85. flowerpower
The characters in the story help draw me into the world of paranormal/ urban fantasy. If the people are people that I would know in my real life then I am more drawn into the world of the story. With people like Sunshine Runningwolf and Tabitha Devereaux, I was drawn into the world of Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark-Hunters series.
Dawn Roberto
86. dawn_roberto
Strong characters in a strong storyline. I hate weak, annoying characters that make me grit my teeth and want to smack them. I love stories that continue even if the main characters from previous books are not center stage but still make cameo appearances.
rachel sternberg
87. rae70
strong but flawed female characters who grow and change as their stories develop.. delicious guys who aren't so perfect themselves.. these people live in an alternate version of earth so the story lines themselves can be vast and entertaining.
Karin Anderson
88. AquarianDancer
I get sucked in because the worlds are so close to ours that the characters deal with things we deal with...but with a paranormal twist.
89. caseroo7
I love the little twists and quirks. Each author has a whole different world for their characters even if they are all the same type of character. I love seeing how each one expresses their creativity in the worlds they create!
Debbie ...
90. orchid7
I like a tough, witty female heroine, and plenty of action. The hint of a romantic interest is good too.
91. sarah Kozlowski
I love that it transports you to different fantasy world or era where anything is possible.
Catherine Lemanski
92. catedid
I like the worlds that are created in the stories, nothing like what I live in. The action and adventures of the hero and heroine plus the sexual pull keeps my attention.
Traci Bamber
93. self_conscious
i like my worlds to be fully fleshed out, for there to be a mythos that they follow. this mythos can be as crazily different from our own as possible as long as the happenings in the books stick to it. i'm a creature of order, i like for things to have a rhyme and reason. i love the ilona andrews books so much because they have that really well developed mythos of their universe.
94. barbed1951
I love the imaginative worlds, the action and the wonderful characters in UF and I can't get enough so I keep coming back for more.
Mary Ann Brady
95. mirahana
Life can be difficult. These stories make you think of different worlds.
96. kochouran
A well-developed main character who can think on her/his own but still makes mistakes is a must. Sarcastic commentary and entertaining side characters are greatly appreciated.
corey clancy
98. thsangeleyesr4u
I love that I can open a book and go to another world in UFs. For mereading is an escape of reality. I love UFs and PNRs because I can pretend, for the length of the book, that I am somewhere else.
Kayla Beck
99. kaylabeck
When it comes to urban fantasy and PNR, I like a lot of action and a smart, funny protagonist. However, if the world-building isn't strong, I won't be returning to the series.
Vilmarys Collado
100. vilmarys
I love PNR because of the action and romance. It's a chance to escape the pressures of everyday life and live in another world.
101. Miller
Interesting worlds, strong female characters, snappy dialogue and romance make these books interesting.
Maria Smith
102. TexasBookLover
The great thing about paranormal/UF is it is a complete 180 from reality. Anything can happen and usually does. The stories authors write take me to an alternate reality with never ending drama, humor, action and romance. They allow me to explore new places and worlds that I would never get to otherwise. To top it off I get to be front and center for it all!
Julie Hennes
104. fallonsfreeway
It is the characters and their abilities that keep me coming back for more. In paranormal literature, the author is freer in creating their worlds and characters as it is a given that the story is not based on 'reality'.
Kimberley Coover
105. KimberleyC
The enormaous variances of the genre. Every world is different, the heros, villains, heroines. I haven't found this genre to be cookie cutter books. I love that the heroine is strong and capable, even if it takes her a little while to realize it.
Axyl Oblivion
106. PsychoticHatter
I get sucked into paranormal fantasies by each novel having some new element of paranormality. In Kresley Cole's "Immortals After Dark" series you read about the lore and different factions of it like werewolves, vampires, wraiths. In each book there is a different faction.
Johanna Bouchard
107. Johanna
The suspense and plot twists... anything can happen! I love books that keep me on the edge of my seat...
Jennifer Meriwether
108. JenM
I'm always amazed at the worlds these talented authors come up with. Also, I love that you get edge of your seat tension, but you know it's not the real world, so it feels like a total escape.
109. fire_dragon31
I like how the story progresses. How the hero of the book works through problems that they are faced with. While they try to maintain a normalcy that sometimes isnt always there.
Kristina Parmenter
110. paragurl1
The unexpected---the magic ---and the fact that there are usually kick-butt female heroines involved in the genre is what i keep coming back for :)
Melissa Keith
111. MelK
Sucked? Irony? I love it. Immersing myself in a paranormal lets me take leave of this insane world we live in. I return because it's fun!

Mel aka Draculissa
112. hmt
They get me out of my own world and let me live in one that has a different reality than mine. A fine way to dream.
the 'away from the ordinary' and great characters and plots that keep you coming back for more
Nichole Magante
115. suchadork
It's the storyline. I love stories with mysteries and adventures.
Stacy Tessier
116. theimaginetree
I love great characters that I want to continue following their stories
Melissa Hughes
118. loves2read
A great kick-ass female hero who never gets whiny but has a soft enough side to let the male character be in charge when need be.
Tatiana deCarillion
119. decarillion
Alpha male and a woman who isn't trying too hard to be an alpha male :P
Heather Martin
120. CrystalMirror
These women (and men) are usually sarcastic and funny. They have a strong sense of honor w/ very loyal friends. And don't forget the pets. There's usually a snarky pet.
chuck V
121. chuckhhb
I like the interesting stories and the great characters
Glenda Edwards
122. edwa6127
I just started reading them so I will have to tell you later.
Shannon Cooper
125. yeahbuddy3
I love the un-reality of urban/paranormal fantasy and how it takes me to a different "place"within my mind. It lets me live through the imagination of the author and experience a characters' emotions and adventures simultaneously!
Jessica Wimberly
126. lovehina154
The characters have to be interesting to get me to be sucked into the book.
128. LButz2001
Superpowers and or fighting and winning in the face of insurmountable odds.
Joanna Hernandez
I love paranormal romances. I like a hot, strong male character in a book where anything can happen and anything is possible.
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