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Three full length novels full of magic, mayhem, action, and adventure The creatures that go bump in the night are real and the world is still coming to terms with that bit of reality. Aria Naveed spends her nights keeping the streets of Spokane safe ... for a price. But things get personal and money stops to matter when innocents are killed and Aria makes it her mission Three full length novels full of magic, mayhem, action, and adventure The creatures that go bump in the night are real and the world is still coming to terms with that bit of reality. Aria Naveed spends her nights keeping the streets of Spokane safe ... for a price. But things get personal and money stops to matter when innocents are killed and Aria makes it her mission to bring the bastards who killed them to justice. What Amazon readers are saying about the Blood & Magic series ★★★★★ "I was hooked from the start and couldn't stop reading until the very last page." ★★★★★ "I personally am a Kate Daniels fan and I love this series." ★★★★★ "If you haven't read this series you simply must!!!" ★★★★★ "An emotional action packed read that has me flipping the pages." ★★★★★ "Aria is one bad ass heroine." ★★★★★ "This is the first book I have read from Danielle Annett, but I can promise it will not be the last." ★★★★★ "This book series has my favorite 3 h’s, humor, heart, and heat." ★★★★★ "I loved following the story and couldn't put it down." CURSED BY FIRE (Blood and Magic Book One) KISSED BY FIRE (Blood and Magic Book Two) BURNED BY FIRE (Blood and Magic Book Three) BRANDED BY FIRE (Blood and Magic Book Four) CONSUMED BY FIRE (Blood and Magic Book Five) FORGED BY FIRE (Blood and Magic Book Six)


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Three full length novels full of magic, mayhem, action, and adventure The creatures that go bump in the night are real and the world is still coming to terms with that bit of reality. Aria Naveed spends her nights keeping the streets of Spokane safe ... for a price. But things get personal and money stops to matter when innocents are killed and Aria makes it her mission Three full length novels full of magic, mayhem, action, and adventure The creatures that go bump in the night are real and the world is still coming to terms with that bit of reality. Aria Naveed spends her nights keeping the streets of Spokane safe ... for a price. But things get personal and money stops to matter when innocents are killed and Aria makes it her mission to bring the bastards who killed them to justice. What Amazon readers are saying about the Blood & Magic series ★★★★★ "I was hooked from the start and couldn't stop reading until the very last page." ★★★★★ "I personally am a Kate Daniels fan and I love this series." ★★★★★ "If you haven't read this series you simply must!!!" ★★★★★ "An emotional action packed read that has me flipping the pages." ★★★★★ "Aria is one bad ass heroine." ★★★★★ "This is the first book I have read from Danielle Annett, but I can promise it will not be the last." ★★★★★ "This book series has my favorite 3 h’s, humor, heart, and heat." ★★★★★ "I loved following the story and couldn't put it down." CURSED BY FIRE (Blood and Magic Book One) KISSED BY FIRE (Blood and Magic Book Two) BURNED BY FIRE (Blood and Magic Book Three) BRANDED BY FIRE (Blood and Magic Book Four) CONSUMED BY FIRE (Blood and Magic Book Five) FORGED BY FIRE (Blood and Magic Book Six)

30 review for Blood and Magic Series: An Urban Fantasy Boxed Set

  1. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    I completely loved being caught up in Aria’s tale. Vampires, shifters and witches Oh MY! Annett writes a fascinating story of a world where magic has broken through and then it broke the world. Now it’s a fight for survival. Blood & Magic is a the combination of the first three books in the Blood & Magic series and once you read straight through book 1 – 3 you will do exactly what I did…I went and one clicked CONSUMED BY FIRE. I received this copy of BLOOD & MAGIC: VOLUME ONE - BOOK 1 - 3 from Vic I completely loved being caught up in Aria’s tale. Vampires, shifters and witches Oh MY! Annett writes a fascinating story of a world where magic has broken through and then it broke the world. Now it’s a fight for survival. Blood & Magic is a the combination of the first three books in the Blood & Magic series and once you read straight through book 1 – 3 you will do exactly what I did…I went and one clicked CONSUMED BY FIRE. I received this copy of BLOOD & MAGIC: VOLUME ONE - BOOK 1 - 3 from Victory Editing NetGalley Co-Op. This is my honest and voluntary review. My Rating: 4 stars Written by: Danielle Annett Print Length: 622 pages Publication Date: December 17, 2018 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC ASIN: B07LG1D4KC Genre: Urban Fantasy Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    The first three books in the Blood & Magic series packed into one really hooked me. Reminiscent of the Katie Daniel series, but with enough extras to make it unique. Aria Naveed is a pyrokinetic in a world of shifters and vampires. She’s a wisea$$, butt kicking, at times annoying heroine that you’ll come to root for. This series has everything that I want in a book. Can’t wait to see what’s next! *ARC provided by NetGalley for an honest review. The first three books in the Blood & Magic series packed into one really hooked me. Reminiscent of the Katie Daniel series, but with enough extras to make it unique. Aria Naveed is a pyrokinetic in a world of shifters and vampires. She’s a wisea$$, butt kicking, at times annoying heroine that you’ll come to root for. This series has everything that I want in a book. Can’t wait to see what’s next! *ARC provided by NetGalley for an honest review.

  3. 4 out of 5

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  4. 5 out of 5

    Heather Gilbert

    Before you go on, here is a note from the Author’s website that explains why some of the terms were used: Here we go again! In it she explains where the term ‘Lyc-V’ originally comes from and goes on to explain ‘Friend-of-the-Pack’ and a few other issues reviewers have apparently noted. I am including this note here because she makes some good points that should be considered. That said, please read on for my mostly uncorrected review (You’ll see why I noted those 2 points above). Oh, and please d Before you go on, here is a note from the Author’s website that explains why some of the terms were used: Here we go again! In it she explains where the term ‘Lyc-V’ originally comes from and goes on to explain ‘Friend-of-the-Pack’ and a few other issues reviewers have apparently noted. I am including this note here because she makes some good points that should be considered. That said, please read on for my mostly uncorrected review (You’ll see why I noted those 2 points above). Oh, and please do not let those issues detract – they stand out, yes, but after reading all 5 books published in this series so far, they don’t mean much in the way the story flows, proceeds or overall enjoyment level.   *I Received a Free Copy of this Collection from NetGalley in return for an honest Book review* This Book review is for an entire boxed set, which includes the first 3 books in Danielle Annett’s Blood & Magic Series. down and dirty for the entire collection Fans of Kate Daniels will enjoy this series, once you get past the annoying similarities between them (that fades by Book 3). An enjoyable read that flows fairly well. what is it about? Aria Naveed is a Mercenary living in Spokane, Washington six years after the Supernaturals came out of the closet in an event known as ‘The Awakening’. This collection follows her adventures as she struggles to come to terms with her own pyrokinetic talents (power of fire), maneuver through an exploding love life and build a business – all while navigating an increasingly volatile city sitting on the cusp of a new Supernatural war. thoughts on the entire collection I am glad this book came in a collection form – if I had just picked up Book 1, I might not have continued on to Book 2 or even 3. It is not that the writing is poor or the plot uninviting – merely that I’ve read this story before, or rather, a famous one very much like it. The Kate Daniels Series by Ilona Andrews. Take the same basic format and quite a few of the same principles, mix them up, add a few pretty touches and tweak the framework just a bit… and you have Blood & Magic. It is not exactly the same, and fans of Kate Daniels will surely enjoy this collection, but the similarities are enough to give me pause. Fortunately, by the time Book 3 rolls around, Aria is standing on her own, stepping away from the shadow of Kate Daniels to tell her own, very interesting, tale. An entertaining one at that. perspective First Person, occasional Multi person POV pros: -Flows Fairly well -The few editing issues noted did not detract -Pick up speed and steam by the end of Book 2 -Book 3 stands apart, defining the collection -Aria: She’s strong yet knows her failings, even if she is too stubborn to admit them most of the time. cons: -WAY too similar to Ilona Andrews to be unnoticeable. -Lyc-V…. (Author explains this terms use - please see above) -The Alpha is a big cat…. *sigh* -A few minor details get mixed up from book to book… how old is Declan again? verdict for entire collection 3.5 out of 5 Stars Though I wouldn’t put this collection at the top of your TBR pile or as a ‘Must Read’ – it is still worth a look, and since it is on Kindle Unlimited, it is definitely worth checking out.  

  5. 4 out of 5

    Destiny Bridwell

    I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I have been reading a little more urban fantasy so it was no surprise I found this series. I love Aria she is a very interesting character. She is not a character that everything goes her way, but she does her moments that make me laugh and others that I worry about her. I like books that take me through a several stages emotions as I got through them. These first three book did just that. I would love to read the rest and I have heard I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I have been reading a little more urban fantasy so it was no surprise I found this series. I love Aria she is a very interesting character. She is not a character that everything goes her way, but she does her moments that make me laugh and others that I worry about her. I like books that take me through a several stages emotions as I got through them. These first three book did just that. I would love to read the rest and I have heard there is a spin off series as well. Looking forward those as well. 

  6. 4 out of 5

    Brenda Phalen

    Blood and magic series: book set 1 - 3 Couldn't put it down once I started reading. I kept wanting to see what happened next. Stayed up all night reading. Glad I didn't have to work the next day..

  7. 5 out of 5

    Pam Collins

    Great boxer set! All these lovely books in one set for a low price. The thrilling and steamy action and the intriguing plots extremely entertaining. I couldn't put it down, and I'm looking for the next book now Enjoy!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sherri Morris

    Very enjoyable great reading I really enjoyed this book and loved the characters and how they came together. I can't wait to read more to see what will happen next with her and Declan.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Karina

    Great story with amazing twists. The story is amazingly done with twists and turns on every angel. The author makes you feel like you are the main character and feel everything that goes on, it sucks you and lets you feel as part of the story and this world.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Karen Machamer

    I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. I really enjoyed this book. I highly recommend it to everyone.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jeannie

    Highly recommend this book set

  12. 5 out of 5

    Michele

    Aria Naveed is human in a world still recovering from the discovery that monsters are real and living among us. Inter-faction conflict basically destroyed governments, infrastructure and the economy as we know it before an uneasy truce was declared. She survives the turmoil, despite being a 17 year old orphan at the time, because of her PsyKinetic ability to produce fire...and the help of a compassionate couple (Mike and Marion) who take her in and teach her the ropes of how to be a private inve Aria Naveed is human in a world still recovering from the discovery that monsters are real and living among us. Inter-faction conflict basically destroyed governments, infrastructure and the economy as we know it before an uneasy truce was declared. She survives the turmoil, despite being a 17 year old orphan at the time, because of her PsyKinetic ability to produce fire...and the help of a compassionate couple (Mike and Marion) who take her in and teach her the ropes of how to be a private investigator. What do they investigate? Anything that is not managed by HPED ( human and paranormal enforcement division) or PsyShade (run by humans with PsyKinetic abilities)...which is a lot since both groups steer clear of anything paranormal unless it involves a human death. The reader meets Aria after she fails to recover a missing child before he is found brutally savaged with suspicious puncture marks on the body indicating vampire involvement. The investigation stops when the child's parents ask Sanborn Place PI to drop the case. Just as she decides to investigate on her own, the agency is rehired by the child's biological father, a shifter, to continue the investigation. James, a shifter and Aria's closest friend, is lent to facilitate. I will start by saying that readers who expect authenticity and well thought out world building will be extremely frustrated. The author clearly is more interested in plot progression and character interaction than stage dressing. **The timeline from "discovery of the supernatural," followed by all out war and then an uneasy truce where various factions live side-by-side is less than five years. **Despite having no infrastructure (and no manufacturing capacity), people drive around, electricity/plumbing works, and Aria can still investigate cases on her Mac using google search and use her cell phone. **The 'humans first' organizations decide that PsyKinetics are 'human' while shifters and vampires are not--due to extensive genetic testing. Not clear when this all happened or how everyone knows about it. Despite my natural skepticism about how Aria's world evolved, I still had fun reading the books. There is some romance, but the story is more concerned with how idealistic Aria survives in a world where everyone has ulterior motives, hidden agendas and very grey morals. Book 4 is set to release October 2017.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jaime

    While I really enjoyed the series, I feel compelled to only give it 2 stars. Odd I know but here’s why. First, there are three books but they are all really short. In total under 550 pages on my kindle, making all three books feel like one. I also didn’t like the way the kindle set was edited. There was no demarcation between books. There are 70 chapters, and since the books end in cliffhangers (which I also don’t like) one book fades into the next. My final and main issue is that this book is a While I really enjoyed the series, I feel compelled to only give it 2 stars. Odd I know but here’s why. First, there are three books but they are all really short. In total under 550 pages on my kindle, making all three books feel like one. I also didn’t like the way the kindle set was edited. There was no demarcation between books. There are 70 chapters, and since the books end in cliffhangers (which I also don’t like) one book fades into the next. My final and main issue is that this book is a blatant rip off of the Kate Daniels series. Which is also why I like it. I am a huge Kate fan, and although it ended on a high note I was sad to see it end. This series is thinly veiled fan fiction. Both women start off in their 20′s and are half middle eastern and half european. Both are muscular and not typically pretty. Both lose a parent at a young age, as one parent is trying to keep the child from the evil clothes of the other. Both live in a world that recently had to adjust to magic and magical creatures and is semi post apocalyptic. Both have a non human snarky female bestie. Both live in small cities and run their own agency, because local authorities don’t handle “magic stuff”. Both are mated to a feline shifter of incredible strength that also happens to be Alpha of the largest conjoined packs in the country. I could go on, but you get the point. Switching genders, cities, and animals here and there make this one step above really good fan fiction. Will I continue with this series? That depends. The next book is only 175 pages, so if another boxed set is released and Ilona Andrews doesn’t hit Danielle with a cease and desist than I will. Because I miss Kate and this is a good alternative.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Rambling Rose

    Too many similarities to Kate Daniels I’ve read books that have had a faint resemblance to other books in their genre. I mean, a few tiny similarities here and there are to be expected in a fantasy genre, but nothing too overt. This series, however, has so many similarities to the Kate Daniels series that I found myself rolling my eyes whenever I crossed another one. Themes were the same, names were similar, and even the book title is a knockoff ffs! I feel like I just read the store brand equiva Too many similarities to Kate Daniels I’ve read books that have had a faint resemblance to other books in their genre. I mean, a few tiny similarities here and there are to be expected in a fantasy genre, but nothing too overt. This series, however, has so many similarities to the Kate Daniels series that I found myself rolling my eyes whenever I crossed another one. Themes were the same, names were similar, and even the book title is a knockoff ffs! I feel like I just read the store brand equivalent of Kate Daniels; it’s almost as good, but just not good enough. Sadly, I love the storyline. It was very unique and kept me riveted... until I would stumble across another Kate Daniels theme of course. So, each knockoff reference chipped off just a little bit more of the stars that I would give as a rating. As a bounty hunter, Aria was good, if at times, stupidly stubborn. I like her interactions with supporting characters, and I liked the supporting characters a lot! She had some major hurdles to overcome, which she did with strength and skill, but we didn’t see a whole lot of overall growth in the three books. The interpersonal relationship between Aria and Inarus was the best thing about the series. They grew to support one another through conflict, and their chemistry was fantastic. Maybe it’s just me, but I don’t really see Declan as the hero in the story. He is certainly no Curran. Here’s the thing, even though I’m giving this two stars, I’m still intrigued enough with the storyline to continue reading. Like I said before, the story is great the characters are great, but it loses stars for lack of authenticity.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Cathy Pardue

    Great start to this series I loved Ari and her strong, independent, stubborn, sassy self. She is a great female lead. I love Declan and James, but can't for the life of me figure out the draw to Inarus. She says she doesn't trust easy, but keeps following him. He betrayed her, did morally horrible things and yet she keeps following him. Declan, in true alpha form, is finding it really. Hard to let cherished, but he is. He gives her space, even when he shouldn't. Yet she doesn't trust him for anyt Great start to this series I loved Ari and her strong, independent, stubborn, sassy self. She is a great female lead. I love Declan and James, but can't for the life of me figure out the draw to Inarus. She says she doesn't trust easy, but keeps following him. He betrayed her, did morally horrible things and yet she keeps following him. Declan, in true alpha form, is finding it really. Hard to let cherished, but he is. He gives her space, even when he shouldn't. Yet she doesn't trust him for anything. That is why it's not a 5 rating. Great writing, though a proof reader and editor are badly needed. So many wrong words, even misspelled words. I don't dock for that, but it was distracting at times. Aria is a pyrokenetic. She controls fire. James is a wolf shifter and the packs Hunter, essentially a killer. Declan is the head alpha, over all the clans and a white tiger shifter. Inarus is telekenetic. The world is in chaos, no government to speak of and no real order. Vampires, shifters and humans have a very tenuous agreement to leave each other alone. We even get a visit from a chupacabbra. Great scene, which leads to a very interesting development between Declan and Ari. Looking forward to book 3.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Angel Hatfield

    Blood is going to spill … I just hope it won’t be mine. Someone is trying to incite a war and pit the shifter Pack and the vampire Coven against one another. If war breaks out, humanity won’t survive. And I can’t let that happen. My boss doesn’t want me to get involved. It’s too dangerous. But I’m a mercenary and I’ve been hired to find whoever it is that's leaving a trail of bodies in their wake. In a search that takes me through the maze of shifter hierarchy and the depths of the paranormal un Blood is going to spill … I just hope it won’t be mine. Someone is trying to incite a war and pit the shifter Pack and the vampire Coven against one another. If war breaks out, humanity won’t survive. And I can’t let that happen. My boss doesn’t want me to get involved. It’s too dangerous. But I’m a mercenary and I’ve been hired to find whoever it is that's leaving a trail of bodies in their wake. In a search that takes me through the maze of shifter hierarchy and the depths of the paranormal underworld, these killers underestimate how determined I am to protect my city. Yes, blood will spill. And it'll be theirs. This anthology is the first three books in the author’s blood and magic series. We follow Aria through a new threat in her city as well as new alliances. I really loved this series. So much so that I joined Kindle Unlimited to read the next took stories in the series. My biggest disappointment is that the 6th, and final, book in this series is supposed to be out some time this year but has yet to be released and I can’t find any info on when this will happen. I highly recommend! **I voluntarily read and reviewed this book

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Reyes

    **I received a copy free from Netgalley for an honest review. ** For fans of the Kate Daniels series, this book will feel familiar. But, in a good way. I devoured this in a day, and am already looking forward to the next ones in the series. Though similar to KD, the heroine, Aria Naveed is an orphaned merc, part Persian and magically inclined, she’s not from an epic bloodline, and can’t do something more just because of who she is. Like Kate, she’s a badass because she trains her ass off. But unl **I received a copy free from Netgalley for an honest review. ** For fans of the Kate Daniels series, this book will feel familiar. But, in a good way. I devoured this in a day, and am already looking forward to the next ones in the series. Though similar to KD, the heroine, Aria Naveed is an orphaned merc, part Persian and magically inclined, she’s not from an epic bloodline, and can’t do something more just because of who she is. Like Kate, she’s a badass because she trains her ass off. But unlike Kate’s world, there’s no government or organizations to speak of. So, witches dislike shifters, who dislike vampires and most ignore humans and psykers. It’s all one big cranky thing, and mercs behave like paid cops to fix certain things. In this, Aria unravels something bigger than a missing kid and ends up falling down the political rabbit hole, with Pack Alpha, Queen of Vampires and head of the Witches. This book is smart, snarky, and fun to read.

  18. 4 out of 5

    ShinyObject

    I received an advanced reader's copy of Blood & Magic Series (Books 1-3) by Danielle Annett from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I had never read anything by Danielle Annett before this, but I was very pleasantly surprised and pleased to find a new author/series to follow. The good: I found the novel to be well written and the dialogue between the characters (primary characters as well as secondary) was entertaining and fact paced. The protagonist, Aria Naveed, is st I received an advanced reader's copy of Blood & Magic Series (Books 1-3) by Danielle Annett from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I had never read anything by Danielle Annett before this, but I was very pleasantly surprised and pleased to find a new author/series to follow. The good: I found the novel to be well written and the dialogue between the characters (primary characters as well as secondary) was entertaining and fact paced. The protagonist, Aria Naveed, is strong in her own right from power (pyrokinetic) to mental/moral fortitude and the world the author created is engrossing. Also, the publisher's summary gets a thumbs up - great way to whet the reader's interest. The bad: my main critique is that it does bear a strong resemblance to the Kate Daniels novels.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Edith

    Exciting! Danielle Annett is a new writer for me. I was hooked from the start and couldn't stop reading until the very last page. Set in present time after supernatural came out of the proverbial closet, we meet Aria Naveed. A human with secrets, she is a "merc". A private investagor we meet her after the death of a boy she was hired to find. What happens next takes the reader on a while ride through Spokane's streets and countryside where we're introduced to life and creatures and racist humans. Exciting! Danielle Annett is a new writer for me. I was hooked from the start and couldn't stop reading until the very last page. Set in present time after supernatural came out of the proverbial closet, we meet Aria Naveed. A human with secrets, she is a "merc". A private investagor we meet her after the death of a boy she was hired to find. What happens next takes the reader on a while ride through Spokane's streets and countryside where we're introduced to life and creatures and racist humans. I can't wait to get my hands on the next installment!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sharley

    I wasn’t sure I would enjoy this book when I started reading. The language suggests it’s aimed more YA fiction but I did get into the story. I found the main character very likeable albeit a little amazed at the random love interest(s), with no real substance and commitment to one (love) story line. I normally love this genre of film and tv but not so much reading but I’m already getting the next instalment of blood and magic as I enjoyed it so much

  21. 5 out of 5

    Brent

    Loved the Books - Buying the Rest Enjoyed all three books in this collection. Seemed initially to be a mix of a few other familiar series, but definitely found its own flow and niche. Nice twists and not predictable as feared. Ends on a bit of a cliffhanger, so off to buy the next in the series right now. :-D

  22. 4 out of 5

    Fiona Andrew

    A new author, a new fan. I loved Aria, a most kick ass heroine. Her life is never dull so goes from one situation to the next, finding new friends along the way. A very enjoyable series. Let's hope book 4 comes out soon.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Valerie

    An interesting series of books. You definitely need to read them in order and each book continues directly from the previous. It reads as 1 continuous book. The characters are well done, I particularly like Melody. It's an urban fantasy that should do well. #BloodMagicSeries #NetGalley

  24. 4 out of 5

    Garland Frankum

    Great book I really enjoyed this book. The characters were believable and you really got caught up in them. The storyline was fantastic.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Noxwitchbooklife

    An excellent mage/shifter series. Just enough magic to make it believable that it could happen in real life with a feisty female main character who isn't quite as normal as she thought originally.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Danielle Annett

  27. 4 out of 5

    Tara

  28. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Stewart

  29. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Ann Mabutho

  30. 5 out of 5

    Carole Westerman

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