Author: Eileen Wilks

Review: Dragon Spawn by Eileen Wilks (@Mollykatie112)

Review: Dragon Spawn by Eileen Wilks (@Mollykatie112)

I discovered this series on my own a few years ago. I loved the world, the characters, and just about everything about it, and I ended up reading the first three. Then I got involved in too many other series and just never went back until Mind Magic, the book just previous to this one. […]

— Posted December 6, 2016 by Lorna / 24 Comments
Josh Reviews: Mortal Sins by Eileen Wilks

Josh Reviews: Mortal Sins by Eileen Wilks

Mortal Sins acts as the fifth brilliant installment in the World of the Lupi series.    When you reach this point with a plot, drag and excess are to be expected.    How does one keep keeping it fresh without forgetting the roots? It helps that these books have always been on the wild side. […]

— Posted January 11, 2014 by Joshua Burns / 2 Comments
Josh Reviews: Night Season by Eileen Wilks

Josh Reviews: Night Season by Eileen Wilks

Night Season goes off the deep end into uncharted territory to remind us that Earth is only one of several realms, many of which possess far more magic than its denizens wish. To prepare us for the circus to come, the lovable demon from book two is reintroduced and the fact that Cynna, a Finder, […]

— Posted December 18, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 2 Comments
Josh Reviews: Blood Lines by Eileen Wilks

Josh Reviews: Blood Lines by Eileen Wilks

Blood Lines is a haunted house read.    One is now ferried through a floor of were politics & intrigue, then a floor of magic & its history, then a floor of demons, a floor of cats, and floor of Gifted individuals.    Rinse, repeat.    Its primary technique to accomplish such shifting (of floors, […]

— Posted November 6, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 1 Comment
Josh Reviews: Mortal Danger by Eileen Wilks

Josh Reviews: Mortal Danger by Eileen Wilks

Mortal Danger is an ambitious story (bordering on epic territory), hidden under an awfully vanilla title.    Ambitious in two respects:  1) the breadth of supernatural material, especially considering this series started out as a detective potboiler with a couple werewolves  2) the usage of time and perspective: no dull moments and hardly a moment […]

— Posted October 19, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 3 Comments
Josh Reviews: Tempting Danger by Eileen Wilks

Josh Reviews: Tempting Danger by Eileen Wilks

Tempting Danger takes the cake for Most Bland Title A Paranormal Romance Author Could Use.   Was there not some distinctive location or activity involving weres that could have been slapped on the cover?   Anyways title beside, this read efficiently and competently – with a fair share of delightfulness thrown in (more on that […]

— Posted September 4, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 3 Comments