Magic Strikes Reviews

Reviews

  • #16 New York Times Bestseller List
  • #109 USA Today Bestseller List

Winner of 2009 Romantic Time Reviewer Choice Award in Best Urban Fantasy Category

“Kate Daniels’ terrifying heritage comes into focus in this blockbuster of a third book. Andrews’ crisp dialogue and layered characterization make the gut-wrenching action of this first-person thrill ride all the more intense. One fascinating element of this series has been watching the loner heroine forced into making emotional connections. Devotees of Kate and Curran will be savoring every word as this mesmerizing tale unfolds. Place your book orders now; it’s worth every penny!” –Jill M. Smith, Romantic Times, 4.5 Stars, Top Pick, GOLD standard

This is one series that is on my “absolutely must buy” list and it should be on yours too. – Literary Escapism

From the first page to the last, Magic Strikes was a riveting, heart pounding ride. Story lines advance, truths are admitted, intriguing characters are introduced and the romance between Kate and Curran develops a sweetness that is simply delightful. – Dear Author

I opened Magic Strikes and simply sighed in bliss because I knew I was about to be entertained by a top notch 1st POV heroine. - Lurv a la Mode

Fast-paced, tightly plotted, and occasionally laugh-out-loud funny, Magic Strikes is a great read, simultaneously a satisfying story on its own and a nice addition to the longer arcs of the series. – Genre Reviews

Write faster. There have been many descriptions given to my sense of humor: wry, twisted, sarcastic, sardonic, demented, dry – but this book fits it perfectly. I absolutely love the relationship between Curran and Kate – I laugh out loud with the witty sarcasm and one-liners, and the sexual tension building between the couples drives me to my knees, knowing I’ll have to wait for another book – maybe two…*must not think years*…arrgghhh, the frustration of a reader… SFRevu Reviews

I was up until 2:30 this morning because there was absolutely no way I could put Magic Strikes down before finishing it. – Book Series Reviews

Kate is often vulnerable and has a great sense of humor about all the strange and dangerous things in this new world. – Romance Reviews Today