Night Life, by Caitlin Kittredge (St. Martin's Paperbacks, 2008)

Detective Luna Wilder isn’t just a werewolf, she’s an Insoli, one who exists outside the normal pack structure. It grants her the freedom she craves to do her job as one of Nocturne City’s finest, but at the same time, … Continue reading

Magic Bites and Magic Burns, by Ilona Andrews (Ace, 2007/2008)

In the semi-near future, Atlanta has become a strange and dangerous place to live. Waves of magic sweep over the world with unpredictable frequency, cancelling out all things technological for the length of their duration. The supernatural is in full … Continue reading

Hunter's Prayer, by Lilith Saintcrow (Orbit, 2008)

In Santa Luz, if there’s a Hellbreed problem or bizarre murder that needs investigating, they call in Jill Kismet. Hunter, exorcist, spiritual exterminator, kickass bitch, she wears many titles, not all of them complimentary. With her lover/partner, the werecougar Saul … Continue reading

Dragons Wild, by Robert Asprin (Ace, 2008)

Griffen “Grifter” McCandles, occasional con artist and ace poker player, has just gotten the surprise of a lifetime. After graduating from college, he went to his uncle, looking for a job. Instead of a job, his uncle revealed a fistful … Continue reading

Cry Wolf, by Patricia Briggs (Ace, 2008)

Following a series of events in Chicago, Anna Latham, once the least important werewolf of the pack, has become mated to Charles Cornick, son of the the Marrok, the most powerful werewolf in North America. Their fates linked together in … Continue reading

Stray, by Rachel Vincent (Mira, 2007)

Faythe Sanders thought if she went far enough away to grad school, she could escape her family indefinitely. Unfortunately, as one of very few werecat females of breeding age left in North America, daughter to one of the major Pride … Continue reading

Iron Kissed, by Patricia Briggs (Ace, 2008)

If there’s one thing Mercy Thompson, mechanic and skinwalker, knows, it’s that when you deal with the Fae, there’s always a price to be paid. Some time ago, she borrowed several of their artifacts in order to take care of … Continue reading

Blood Lines, by Eileen Wilks (Berkley, 2007)

In an alternate world where magic is real, werewolves have gone public, and the FBI has an entire section devoted to dealing with supernatural problems, troubleshooting agents don’t come any better than Lily Yu or Cynna Weaver. Lily, who can … Continue reading

Dragon's Teeth, by James A. Hetley (Ace, 2006)

The backwoods of Maine are a breeding ground for the strange and the unusual. Case in point: the town of Stonefort, home to two uniquely powerful clans. The Haskells are witches, dedicated to protecting women and children from the dangers … Continue reading

Dead As A Doornail, by Charlaine Harris (Ace, 2005)

Y’know, life for Sookie Stackhouse just keeps getting more and more complicated. It’s hard enough being a telepathic barmaid in a small Louisiana town, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. In the past year, she’s been forced to … Continue reading