Sep 7, 2014

Flight From Hell by Yasmine Galenorn

New York Times bestselling author Yasmine Galenorn returns with another thrilling foray into Otherworld—introducing a new cast of heroes alongside the D’Artigo sisters…

When the half-demon Carter approaches Menolly and her sisters desperately asking for their help, they think he's just had a tiff with Shimmer, his blue dragon girlfriend.

But after talking to Alex Radcliffe, the owner of the Fly By Night Magical Investigations Agency where Shimmer works, they suspect that she has been kidnapped by an old enemy of Alex's.

Now, Alex must join forces with the D'Artigo sisters in a desperate race to find Shimmer before Julian, a powerful vampire from Alex's past with a grudge to settle, can use the dragon to wreak havoc on Seattle as revenge.


When Menolly and her two sisters visit their friend Carter he asks them to help him find his ex-girlfriend Shimmer. Carter is an ancient being who's half demon. Shimmer is a dragon who has been banned from the Dragon realm. Carter isn't the only one who's worried about her. Shimmer worked for Alex, who's a vampire, and they got along very well, but before she disappeared she tried to stake him. The D'Artigo sisters suspect her strange behavior wasn't out of free will and together with Alex they're starting a search. This leads them to a powerful vampire who wants to take revenge. Will his plans succeed or are the D'Artigo sisters in time to stop him?
I love the Otherworld series and the novellas always are just as great as the novels. This one is no exception. A nice extra is that Yasmine Galenorn introduces some wonderful characters for a brand new series in this story. I like them a lot and can't wait to read more about them. Flight From Hell isn't a stand-alone novella. I advise you to start with the first book in the series as it's a lot easier to follow the story that way. It's definitely worth it. Menolly has been through a lot and she's damaged, but she's tough. She's getting more confident and stronger in every story, I love that. Each sister has her own distinctive features and I like it that they share the spotlight by taking turns. The Otherworld series is vibrant and exciting and I know there will be many more great stories to look forward to. If you're a fan of this series this novella is a must-read.

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