Kate Daniels: Wilmington Years, Book 1
Synopsis: Kate, Curran and their son, Conlan have left Atlanta, vowing to keep a low profile, and are settling into a new city and new house…but some things never change! Magical mayhem is about to erupt when Kate undertakes the rescue of a kidnapped youth, while Curran guards the homefront.
It should be a simple retrieval, but with monsters on land and sea, Kate’s got her work cut out for her. Still, she’s never let her blade dull or her purpose falter. And that low profile? It’s about to wash away with the raging tides!
Review: I was surprised by this short story in the Kate Daniels universe. And what could be better than having a new story? I was thrilled to see Kate, Curran and Conlan again.
Our three protagonists find themselves in a new town. They hope to keep a low profile, but it’s not that easy. It’s even more difficult when Conlan tells his mother that a child has been kidnapped and asks her to find him. In no time at all, Kate sets out to find the boy and visits the city’s great supernatural entities to rescue him. No more anonymity.
I had a great time with this little story. I was thrilled to find the characters I love and enjoyed following this adventure. I recommend it!