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Darlings of Urban Fantasy PDF, ePub eBook 9 thrilling novels in one volume. 9 sexy heroes. 9 strong heroines. Contains: Book 1 – Bait (An Order of the Spirit Realm Novel) by K.C. Blake Book 2 – Ignite (Midnight Fire Series Book One) By Kaitlyn Davis Book 3 – Element, Part 1 (The Natalie Vega Saga) by CM Doporto Book 4 – Stake You by Claire Farrell Book 5 – Tempest by Holly Hook Book 6 – Seventh Mark (Hidden Secrets Saga) b 9 thrilling novels in one volume. 9 sexy heroes. 9 strong heroines. Contains: Book 1 – Bait (An Order of the Spirit Realm Novel) by K.C. Blake Book 2 – Ignite (Midnight Fire Series Book One) By Kaitlyn Davis Book 3 – Element, Part 1 (The Natalie Vega Saga) by CM Doporto Book 4 – Stake You by Claire Farrell Book 5 – Tempest by Holly Hook Book 6 – Seventh Mark (Hidden Secrets Saga) by W.J. May Book 7 – Dangerous Designs (Book #1 of the Design Series) by Dale Mayer Book 8 – Crush (The CRUSH Saga) by Chrissy Peebles Book 9 – The Ghost of Josiah Grimshaw (The Morgan Sisters) by Suzy Turner Book 10 – Keeper by Tiffany Evans (BONUS two-chapter excerpt)

30 review for Darlings of Urban Fantasy

  1. 5 out of 5

    Maxine Robinson

    I can't do this to myself. I read Ignite and it was a total cheesefest. It had every cliché you could think of and I really really hate a picture perfect princess MC who is so completely amazing and perfect. I cant even remember how old she was but, her behaviour was completely unrealistic and since when do parents let their kids come and go as they please. I'm sorry but if my kids think they are going to stay out all night and not let me know where they are, they wouldn't just be getting a talk I can't do this to myself. I read Ignite and it was a total cheesefest. It had every cliché you could think of and I really really hate a picture perfect princess MC who is so completely amazing and perfect. I cant even remember how old she was but, her behaviour was completely unrealistic and since when do parents let their kids come and go as they please. I'm sorry but if my kids think they are going to stay out all night and not let me know where they are, they wouldn't just be getting a talking to. it would be my foot firmly up their arse and grounded. "She hurried to do the same, and sat quickly in the first seat she could find. The math was easier than she was used to, as was chemistry, biology and Spanish." Really, well isn't she a bloody genius. Nope just smarter than those around her. "Luke took a strand of her hair and wrapped the natural curl around his pointed finger. He stared at it intently, alost as if he were in a trance, and Kira stared at him, stuck." Well that's just weird and gross and there is no way 99% of people would be ok with a stranger playing with our hair. EW. Awesome way to set up the love triangle for the future. I marked of so many passages that irritated the shit out of me, but ive already given this enough time. I'm just not the target audience for these I think. The second I attempted to read was Crush, by Chrissy Peebles and a chapter was more than enough to know its not for me. There was a perfect MC who had parents that seemed more like friends. She met a dream guy who was perfect with his piercing eyes and god like looks. The description went on for over a page, she was instantly in lust and felt the need to tell a girl she had just met all about him like they had been friends for years. It felt like I was reading about a 12 year old girl, right down to the ridiculous girly giggling.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anastasiia Nesterenko

    I like YA fantasy because it is mostly cleaner, but this genre is also prone to cliches a lot. So I could not even go through every book. Ignite was well written, but seemed to me a mix of every paranormal popular YA romance of the decade. Stake you was really good- scary, a good strong heroine and quite complicated romance story. Also shows how Twilight helps the baddies! Holly Hook's book was also well written, and the idea quite original, though her own specialization in writing stories that I like YA fantasy because it is mostly cleaner, but this genre is also prone to cliches a lot. So I could not even go through every book. Ignite was well written, but seemed to me a mix of every paranormal popular YA romance of the decade. Stake you was really good- scary, a good strong heroine and quite complicated romance story. Also shows how Twilight helps the baddies! Holly Hook's book was also well written, and the idea quite original, though her own specialization in writing stories that get increasingly more desperate until the very end somehow weakened the book, especially near to the ending - it was somehow anticlimatic. The others I have tried to finish but couldn't

  4. 4 out of 5

    mirba

    So most of this is ya style. so most of this stories go like this -girl moves to new town -goes to new school where suddenly she finds friends -meets hot guy who is usually dark and depressed, usually with a stalker personality -discovers she has unusual powers this is a collection of all badly written stories that go on the same track again, and again and again for 8 times. The only decent one is Stake you, by Claire Farrel, which is the only one that goes a little bit away from that line.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Krissys

    Darlings of Urban Fantasy is an anthology of multiple stories some I personally felt shouldn't have been marked as Youth since some of it had more adult mentality to it but hey what youth book isn't over sexualized these days? That being said several of the stories were great while others were lacking. Its a typical mix of stories written by different authors of different talent. I felt that its still worth the read.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Adrielle

    2.5 stars For the most part these stories are juvenile and cliché. This is what I'm talking about when I say YA is giving me hives. This is a box set (free thank goodness) that contains novels that are all the beginning of a series. Essentially, the aim is to get you to buy the rest. Won't be happening here. Keep your vomit in my mouth worthy icky tales!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Erin Brooks

    Lots of fun These books have: 1. A couple of people who are opposites 2. A conflict with problems involving . . . 3. A solution to all the issues. Will they be together or will they be separate?? Enjoy!!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Chinarose

    An great collection of UF/Paranormal authors. it's a great way to be introduced to writers I may have otherwise skipped over. Now I have an even longer list of authors and books to read. ;-)

  9. 4 out of 5

    Tricia (McAllister) Houseman

    great combination of books to complete this collection. makes you look for the next in the series & other books by these creative authors.

  10. 5 out of 5

    caitlin

    AMAZING This book is suspenseful and entertaining I was so sad when it ended. A must read for sure. You won't want to stop once you start

  11. 4 out of 5

    Wendy coling ( trowbridge)

    Loved this last book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Victoria

    Is a great book to read

  13. 4 out of 5

    Tabitha Wilson

    loved this collection of novels. looking into the books that follow each story so i can find out how each series end!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    I loved most of these books. A good read, and especially a great taste for some new authors.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Callie Taylor

    I really liked 3 of the stories and will most likely read additional books in those series.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    OVERALL: Bait (An Order of the Spirit Realm Novel) by K.C. Blake Ignite (Midnight Fire Series Book One) By Kaitlyn Davis Element, Part 1 (The Natalie Vega Saga) by CM Doporto Stake You by Claire Farrell Tempest by Holly Hook Seventh Mark (Hidden Secrets Saga) by W.J. May Dangerous Designs (Book #1 of the Design Series) by Dale Mayer Crush (The Crush Saga, #1) - 2 stars When Taylor sparks moves with her family to California her meeting with the locals doesn't go as expected. Her new crush Jesse is hiding OVERALL: Bait (An Order of the Spirit Realm Novel) by K.C. Blake Ignite (Midnight Fire Series Book One) By Kaitlyn Davis Element, Part 1 (The Natalie Vega Saga) by CM Doporto Stake You by Claire Farrell Tempest by Holly Hook Seventh Mark (Hidden Secrets Saga) by W.J. May Dangerous Designs (Book #1 of the Design Series) by Dale Mayer Crush (The Crush Saga, #1) - 2 stars When Taylor sparks moves with her family to California her meeting with the locals doesn't go as expected. Her new crush Jesse is hiding something from her. Really? One stupid mistake after another for the characters. tThe characters don't have much of an attention span, they jump from one thing to another. Taylor just acts dumb and has no common sense whatsoever. The characters were flat, there was no substance to them at all. I thought the writing was sloppy and the story did not have as much action as I thought it would. The Ghost of Josiah Grimshaw (The Morgan Sisters) by Suzy Turner

  17. 5 out of 5

    Shayur Vather

  18. 5 out of 5

    Nicola

  19. 4 out of 5

    Talarah

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mary

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jean Woodall

  22. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Gamber

  23. 5 out of 5

    Deb

  24. 5 out of 5

    Twilight464

  25. 4 out of 5

    Srividya

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jesue

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jen

  28. 5 out of 5

    Edward

  29. 4 out of 5

    RoEdhel

  30. 5 out of 5

    Robert Hale

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