Review: Magic Burns by Ilona Andrews

Cover for Magic Burns by Ilona Andrews

Title:  Magic Burns

Author: Ilona Andrews

Series: Kate Daniels #2

Pages: 272

4 stars out of five
4 stars – It was really good

As a mercenary, Kate Daniels has seen her fair share of occupational hazards. Once every seven years there is a magic flare, a time when magic runs rampant, and it is happening now. While trying to retrieve some stolen maps for the Pack, Kate runs across a larger problem involving a God and a battle for power. Now it’s a race to stop a cataclysmic event that could end with the destruction of Atlanta. 

This book was nonstop action! There were witches, gods, shifters, vampires, and a giant tortoise. I really enjoyed the mix of mystery, action, and danger with this series. Each book is a race to find out what is going to happen next. It makes it hard for me to put the books down.

As with the first book, there are a lot of amazing side characters in this one, including a few new people. Curran, the Beast King, is starting to appear more in the series and has made his first move to notify Kate that he is interested in a relationship with her. Their constant back and forth has started to turn into foreplay instead of just annoyance. I can’t wait for them to really start dating. 

“You don’t cause problems. An unpiloted vampire causes problems. You cause catastrophes.”

As always, Kate is a snarky and deadly woman. I love that we get to see more of her sword skill in this book. She really decimated the enemies and showed her crazier/ bloodier side. I loved how Kate adopted Julie in a way and became her crazy aunt during all of this. Kate definitely is starting to let her barriers down and expand her circle of friends. 

Overall, I really enjoyed this story. I love this world that has waves of tech and magic. It’s just a very unique world, with unique characters and paranormal elements. I highly recommend this series if you are a UF fan, a paranormal fan, or are into kickass heroines.

Goodreads / Amazon

Previous books in the series:

#1 Magic Bites

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