|The Hollows Series
| Book 1: Dead Witch Walking
Book 2: The Good, The Bad, The Undead
Book 3: Undead in the Garden of Good and Evil
Book 4: Every Which Way but Dead
Book 5: A Fistful of Charms
Book 6: Dirty Magic
Book 7: For A Few Demons More
Book 8: The Bridges of Eden Park
Book 9: Two Ghosts for Sister Rachel
Book 10: The Outlaw Demon Wails
Book 11: The Bespelled
Book 12: White Witch, Black Curse
Book 13: Ley Line Drifter
Book 14: Black Magic Sanction
Book 15: Pale Demon
Book 16: Blood Work
Book 17: Hollow Insider
Book 18: A Perfect Blood
Book 19: Into the Woods
Book 20: Blood Crime
Book 21: Ever After
Book 22: The Undead Pool
Hollows Series, Book 21
$7.99 US / $9.50 CAN
Rating: 3 Cups
Saving the world is becoming a full-time job for Rachel Morgan, too bad the pay is so pathetic. She really needs to find an easier way to make a living, because one of these days she is going to bite off more than she can chew.
Running an empire is no easy feat, even for an elf as wealthy and powerful as Trenton Kalamack. His life is not his own and never will be, as long as the safety of the entire race is on his shoulders.
The Rosewood babies are stolen right out of their cribs, which sends Rachel in a fury to find out who is pulling the strings. Her heart plummets when she realizes it is the same psychotic demon she barely survived before. To even have a chance, Rachel will have to join forces with Trent, whose life is also torn to shreds with his daughter being held by the same maniac. Rachel must not only save the babies, but she has to fix the ley lines as well. The ever-after is steadily shrinking away. Her neck is on the chopping block and Kuâ€™Sox is gladly holding the blade.
As amazing as this series is, I strongly recommend reading them in order, or I fear you will be as lost and confused as this reviewer. There are just so many intricacies and nuances to the characters and their abilities that I found myself backtracking many times to try to comprehend what is happening and why. Rachel is the most confounding of all as she waffles between rage, regret, and a longing for someone she does not even acknowledge she wants. I cannot wait, however, to start this series from the beginning and get totally immersed in the ever-after with Rachel and her friends.
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