Books by Keri Arthur

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Bound to Shadows

I can think of very few series out there that really need more than about three or four books to make them complete. However, the Riley Jenson books are still going strong as of the eighth book in the series and, even after reading Bound to Shadows, I'm hoping to see more. A qui ...

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The Darkest Kiss

Riley Jensen's latest case is complicated from the start: a high profile politician has been murdered, and his socialite prostitute is also dead. It only gets more twisted when she is asked to look into a BDSM-related death that seems to be suicide, but turns out to be only one of many murders commi ...

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Embraced by Darkness

Now I’m worried. I love this series, but the ending of this book leaves the reader hanging in some crucial areas, and Arthur's next book, due out in February, isn’t a Riley Jensen book at all! I might start hyperventilating. Seriously. As has been mentioned in previous revie ...

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Kissing Sin

In an attempt to become more familiar with the paranormal phenomenon sweeping romance, this past year I sought to read a number of these books to better understand what all the excitement is about. That said, there are many reasons beyond the paranormal aspect that should have kept me from enjoying ...

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Dangerous Games

This is the fourth in the Riley Jensen Guardian novels. I’m just giving fair warning right away, if you haven’t read the first three books, don’t even bother picking this one up until you do. These books happen in direct succession to each other, and starting at this point will frustrate you ...

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Tempting Evil

Despite marketing efforts (the cover for the second book in this series touts the author as "the new star of paranormal romance"), I wouldn’t classify Tempting Evil as a paranormal romance. I would place it firmly in the Urban Fantasy section of your local library. That’s not to say there isn’ ...

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Full Moon Rising

I don't know how I managed to miss the boat on this author. Happily, I plan to check out her backlist immediately as I can hardly wait for the next book in this series. I wanted to read this book in one sitting, and was terribly offended that the real world intruded on my reading time! ...