Shadow’s Edge by Jami Gray


     It was like watching a movie in my head.

    Everyone fears what hunts in the shadows…especially the monsters. It takes a monster to hunt one, and for Raine McCord, forged in the maelstrom of magic and science, she’s the one for the job.

    In a world where the supernatural live in a shadowy existence with the mundane, a series of disappearances and deaths threatens the secrecy of her kind and indicates someone knows the monsters are alive and kicking.

    Partnering up with the sexy and tantalizing Gavin Durand proves to be a challenge as dangerous as the prey she hunts.

    Review by Carol/Romance Reviews:

    Jami Gray
    Jami Gray

    SHADOW’S EDGE by Jami Grey will definitely keep you on the edge… of your seat, that is. This fantastic paranormal action novel is quite possibly the best book I’ve read this year. I could not put it down, and had to exercise serious self-control to keep from staying up all night to finish it. If you like anything even remotely categorized as paranormal or fantasy, do not miss out! You will love this book. It is definitely a keeper, and I highly recommend it to all.

    SHADOW’S EDGE stars Raine McCord (part Fey, part Unknown). She and her Fey mother were subjected to scientific experiments when Raine was only 15 years-old. Her mother didn’t make it out alive, but with the help of her maternal uncle, Raine escaped from the lab where she was being held. Still, even though she has escaped physically, years later, the effects of the twisted and brutal experimentation continue to haunt her.

    She has serious trust issues, beginning with a lack of trust in her own abilities, which are mostly unknown and untapped. She works for Taliesin Security, officially as a corporate and personal security officer, a convenient cover for her real job as a black ops agent, and she is tasked to eliminate threats to the Kyn community, which includes Fey, Demons, Witches/Wizards, and Shifters.

    Trouble is brewing within the Kyn community. A wizard and a witch have disappeared after being approached by a human biogenetics company seeking, among other things, to create an anti-virus developed from Kyn DNA that will cure human maladies, such as cancer. There have also been inquiries into how Taliesin is organized and functions, and into the clandestine black ops Wraiths themselves. Raine is tasked to look into the disappearances and internal security breach with Gavin Durand, a Fey and every woman’s dream man.

    From the beginning, I was on the edge of my seat. The book picks you up and carries you away immediately. The characters and scenes are so well-written that I had no problem imagining the world in which Raine and Gavin live. The character development was flawless; the plot was unique and intriguing, and the dialogue was absolutely believable. The reader can actually feel the emotions of the characters, especially Raine’s insecurities and fears, and the action is intense! This book could easily be a Hollywood blockbuster.

    Review by Jen:

    Raine (who is part Fey and something else) and her mother were experimented on when Raine was only 15. Unfortunately Raines mom does not make it out of alive from the lab.

    With the help from Raines uncle she is able to escape her captivates and leave lap behind.
    Raine is now a Black ops agent, where she is in charge of any threats to the Kyn commuity which is all the paranormal in the area. Raine works Security as her cover job during the day for Taliesin Security. When she is asked to look into a security breach with Gavin that’s when sparks go flying!

    Raine is struggling with her own personal demons that threaten to surface. Can her and Gavin find the person(s) who are killing person’s connected to a biogenetic company.

    This book has everything in it. you have your Fey, Demons, Witches/Wizards, and Shifters. What more could you ask for?! Plus you have a great story to follow. The story and characters flowed so well together. it was like watching a movie in my head!