Magic Breaks by Ilona Andrews

Rating: 5 stars

Series: Kate Daniels #7

Magic Breaks is the book that Kate Daniels fans have been waiting for. She finally had her showdown with Roland, and it’s epic! There were many events that led up to that point, but all of her problems began when a man who was clearly killed by a shifter was brought to her. She had to find the killer or the pack was going to be in serious trouble. With Kate, trouble finds her whether she does what is right or not.

This book was amazing! Kate was bad ass as usual. She faced some of the most vile, powerful people in the world and remained true to herself. I love Kate because she is strong without being a bitch, which seems to be a rarity in urban fantasy novels.

Hugh was after Kate for most of the book. He is one hell of a persistent man. There were some really great moments between them. I love Hugh but not in a HEA kind of way. They have chemistry in the sense that they’re perfectly suited for each other as enemies. Hugh is a psychopath but he manages to put a smile on my face whenever he enters the story.

Roland is no longer such an enigma. He turned out to be exactly the kind of man I thought he would be, which is good because it means he’ll be around to torment and annoy Kate in the next book. There is still a lot to learn about him, and his motives are a complete mystery. Long time fans of this series have waited a while to finally meet Roland, and it was well worth the wait.

Curran is one of my top book boyfriends. There’s not much to say about his actions without major spoilers, but he did not let me down. In fact, he exceeded my expectations. He and Kate make one hell of an awesome couple!

Magic Breaks was action packed with a good blend of humor. I laughed out loud several times. This was a pivotal point in the series. The ending really shook things up.


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