Apr 27, 2014

Crimson Veil by Yasmine Galenorn

We’re the D’Artigo sisters: savvy half-human, half-Fae ex-operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. My sister Camille is a wicked good witch with three gorgeous husbands. Delilah is a two-faced werecat and a Death Maiden. And me? I’m Menolly, a vampire married to a scorching hot werepuma. And right now, we’re facing enemies on all sides…

It’s been a long and devastating week. Back in Otherworld, war has decimated the elfin city of Elqaneve, our father has gone missing, and Shadow Wing has managed to obtain another spirit seal. On the home front, somebody burned down my bar, the Wayfarer, killing eight people, including a friend.

To make matters worse, we still haven’t found a way to stop Lowestar Radcliff—the daemon in charge of a supernatural corporate power grab. He’s attempting to awaken Suvika, the lord of vice and corrupt businessmen, and we have to stop him. Our enemies are closing in on all sides, and this time, there’s no place to hide… 

In Crimson Veil Menolly has to try to stay ahead of all the evil that's trying to spread and simultaneously the D'Artigo sisters have to deal with the loss of their father. So much is happening in the Otherworld and Earthside. The Sisters need all their friends to beat their current enemy, but new ones are never far away.
I'm a big fan of the D'Artigo sisters. I've started reading the series several years ago and I still like the books a lot. This one is a great one again. The sisters are brave, but they aren't invincible. Even though they have powerful allies, they have to fight several brutal monsters. Every time it's something different. I love the variety and because the sisters each take their turn the stories are always different. That's maybe even the best thing about the Otherworld novels, the sisters are all likable in their own way and every time I've finished a book that sister is my current favorite, until I read the following novel in the series. I always look forward to reading these books so much, I can't wait until the next one comes out.

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