Trying Something New · UF Book Reviews

Cover Reveal: One Fell Sweep by Ilona Andrews

Check out the original post on Ilona’s blog here!! I’m actually screaming a little bit.

One Fell Sweep (Innkeeper Chronicles #3)
by Ilona Andrews
Genre: Adult Paranormal/Fantasy
Release Date: December 20th, 2016
Self-Published
Cover designer: Doris at Disanthus.com

You can read a little bit of the first two books in the series here, where One Fell Sweep is free until publication if you want to read it now!

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Gertrude Hunt, the nicest Bed and Breakfast in Red Deer, Texas, is glad to have you. We cater to particular kind of guests, the ones most people don’t know about. The older lady sipping her Mello Yello is called Caldenia, although she prefers Your Grace. She has a sizable bounty on her head, so if you hear kinetic or laser fire, try not to stand close to the target. Our chef is a Quillonian. The claws are a little unsettling, but he is a consummate professional and truly is the best chef in the Galaxy. If you see a dark shadow in the orchard late at night, don’t worry. Someone is patrolling the grounds. Do beware of our dog.

Your safety and comfort is our first priority. The inn and your host, Dina Demille, will defend you at all costs. We ask only that you mind other guests and conduct yourself in a polite manner.

I’ve already finished the book, but I’m going to wait and post an official review closer to the release date (and after typing up reviews of the previous two books in the series.) I’m in love with Ilona and Gordon’s writing. The stories are solid, compelling, and bring something new each time. This is their only serialized book series, and while I definitely prefer the final, edited versions of each book, it’s absolutely fascinating to watch their story creation in process. A number of these chapters are not proofread before they go up on the blog, and it feels like a very organic reading that I’m grateful to have with authors that I truly love. I highly recommend checking out their Kate Daniels series (see what I thought of their first novel, Magic Bites) and the rest of this current trilogy for spectacular, hilarious, and fantastical good times.

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