Shadow’s Edge by Jami Gray
Shadows Edge is a tightly written urban fantasy. if sharp dangerous women and weapons are your thing you’ve come to the right place.
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. When the trail points back to the foundation that warped Raine’s magic as a child, her torturous past raises its ugly head. Gavin and Raine sift through a maze of lies, murder, and betrayal to discover not only each other, but the emerging threat to them and the entire magical community.
Review by C. R. Adile:
Shadows Edge is a tightly written urban fantasy. if sharp dangerous women and weapons are your thing you’ve come to the right place. Incidentally I’m proposing to Raine the first chance I get. She is a smart assed take charge kind of women that any man would give up their freedom to serve.
Review by Lynn Rush:
What a wonderful book. Awesome characters. I loved Raine. Such a tough cookie. And that Gavin. Whew!! **fans self** I can’t wait to see where things go with them. Jami teased us with a glimpse into their romance, and I hope it heats up in book two, because they are just an awesome pair. 🙂 Nicely done, Jami Gray!!
Review by Reggie:
I immediately fell in love with the characters in Shadow’s Edge and could especially relate to Raine, our heroine. She’s clever, spunky, and blessed with super powers she doesn’t understand and, consequently, fears–superpowers enhanced by evil scientists experimenting on her when she was fifteen.
She already had some powers since she is a Kyn, magical beings living on the Earth with us humans. But after the scientists get through with her, her powers scare even her. So even though she can kick ass and take names, she also has an endearing vulnerability.
Add a hunk like Gavin, who has special powers of his own, and you have an explosive combination that keeps you riveted from the very first word.