Review: Blade Song by JC Daniels

Blade Song is book one in the Colbana Files series by JC Daniels and follows half-human-half-Amazon Kit Colbana on her adventures as a PI in a town overrun by supernaturals.

When the Alpha of the cat wereanimals tries to hire Kit to find her missing nephew, she’s teamed up with Damon, a hellion with claws. The two constantly butt heads, but Kit’s actually pretty good at her job, despite Damon’s interference.

When they go after the kid, Kit finds out that this is a much bigger scheme than just one missing cat shifter. This is a hunting ground, and she may be next.

I liked Kit because she’s a kick-butt, take-no-slack kind of character. Pairing her with Damon actually makes them stronger, if they can get over themselves. And Kit’s got a history that could make even the strongest tough-man flinch, if she’s willing to share.

If you like the sound of this one, you can check out the rest of the series on author JC Daniels’ website. Or, here’s a list from me:

  • A Stroke of Dumb Luck, prequel 1 (My Review | Amazon)
  • Bladed Magic, prequel 2 (My Review | Amazon)
  • Blade Song (My Review | Amazon)
  • Night BladeĀ (My Review | Amazon)
  • Broken BladeĀ (My Review | Amazon)
  • Edged Blade (February 2015)

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