Richelle Mead

Storm Born

Just typical. No love life to speak of for months, then all at once, every horny creature in the Otherworld wants to get in your pants. . .
Eugenie Markham is a powerful shaman who does a brisk trade banishing spirits and fey who cross into the mortal world. Mercenary, yes, but a girl's got to eat. Her most recent case, however, is enough to ruin her appetite. Hired to find a teenager who has been taken to the Otherworld, Eugenie comes face to face with a startling prophecy--one that uncovers dark secrets about her past and claims that Eugenie's first-born will threaten the future of the world as she knows it.
Now Eugenie is a hot target for every ambitious demon and Otherworldy ne'er-do-well, and the ones who don't want to knock her up want her dead. Eugenie handles a Glock as smoothly as she wields a wand, but she needs some formidable allies for a job like this. She finds them in Dorian, a seductive fairy king with a taste for bondage, and Kiyo, a gorgeous shape-shifter who redefines animal attraction. But with enemies growing bolder and time running out, Eugenie realizes that the greatest danger is yet to come, and it lies in the dark powers that are stirring to life within her. . .
Praise for Richelle Mead and Succubus Blues. . .
“This is one of those series I'm going to keep following.” --Jim Butcher, New York Times bestselling author
“The mix of supernatural mystery, romance, and reluctant succubus is great fun.” --Locus
“Exciting, witty, sexy, intriguing and had me captivated from the first page.” --Cheyenne McCray
«Storm Born is my kind of book — great characters, dark worlds, and just the right touch of humor. A great read.” --Patricia Briggs
387 printed pages
Original publication
Zebra Books



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    Hhas quoted3 years ago
    I didn’t really do big parties. Too much of my time was spent in solitude to really know how to interact in a group like this. That wasn’t even taking into account that these were all Otherworldly residents. Two of my deepest phobias combined into one long evening.
    Hhas quoted3 years ago
    I walked farther into the room and knelt in front of a small bookcase. J. R. R. Tolkien. C. S. Lewis. J. K. Rowling. More and more fantasy titles. A shrine to escapism.
    Hhas quoted3 years ago
    “That’s why I come here, you know. To be alone with other people. There’s isolation in a crowd. You’re hidden. Safe.”

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