Sunday, November 8, 2015

Boundary Lines by Melissa F. Olson

Boundary Lines
Urban Fantasy

From Goodreads:

Fitting into the Old World isn’t going very well for Boulder boundary witch Allison “Lex” Luther: she may have earned a place in a vampire’s service, but now it seems as if every supernatural creature in town has found a reason to hate her. And when Lex and her partner are assigned to investigate the suspicious disappearance of two vampires during the night of the full moon, they find themselves with more questions than answers.

Was it murder…or mutiny?

The crusade for answers will lead Lex all over the Colorado Old World, from a prison cell for a broken werewolf to a haunted Denver brothel. And when Lex determines the responsible party, the hunt is just beginning: something has been awakened in Boulder, something as old and powerful as it is terrifying. Only the woman with death in her blood can stop what’s coming.

Boundary Lines, book two in the Boundary Magic series, continues to keep the story exciting and interesting.  Allison “Lex” Luther has pledged her service to the vampires in order to keep her niece safe and it is making some people very unhappy.

Something has strengthens magic in Boulder.  According to a pack between groups there should be no werewolves in Colorado so why are they here.   Lex is caught between vampires, witches and werewolves as she works to find a solution that keeps war from breaking out and keeps her niece safe.

Boundary Lines continues the character development and world building started in Boundary Crossed (see my review here).  The plot is complex and comes to a very satisfying conclusion.  I am looking forward to book three in the series.

47North published Boundary Lines by Melissa F. Olson in 2015.


I received an ARC of Boundary Lines from Netgalley in return for an honest review.

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