Fate's Edge by Ilona Andrews
(The Edge, Book 3)

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...it is the prominent role Jack and George play that make FATE’S EDGE truly work as they steal the show.
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Synopsis

Audrey Callahan left behind her life in the Edge, and she's determined to stay on the straight and narrow. But when her brother gets into hot water, the former thief takes on one last heist and finds herself matching wits with a jack of all trades...

Kaldar Mar-a gambler, lawyer, thief, and spy-expects his latest assignment tracking down a stolen item to be a piece of cake, until Audrey shows up. But when the item falls into the hands of a lethal criminal, Kaldar realizes that in order to finish the job, he's going to need Audrey's help...

 

About Ilona Andrews

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Ilona Andrews lives in Pooler, GA.
 
Published November 29, 2011 by Ace. 385 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction
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Publishers Weekly

Excellent
on Oct 10 2011

The clash of personalities and quick wits fuels serious chemistry, resulting in an appealing blend of madcap caper, spy thriller, and romantic comedy.

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All About Romance

Above average

Kaldar was both the bad boy she deeply needed and the loyal family man she longed for. It was a tad too seamless to give us real relationship building.

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CK2S Kwips and Kritiques

Good
on Jan 23 2012

...it is the prominent role Jack and George play that make FATE’S EDGE truly work as they steal the show.

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Nocturne Romance Reads

Excellent
on Mar 19 2012

The amount of world building that goes into this series and the way in which everything about the book is implemented it feels as though readers can visit the Edge, and the Weird. These places become real and visceral.

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http://bittenbybooks.com

Good
on Nov 22 2011

Immensely likeable characters, despite their sketchy pasts, both Kaldar and Audrey play off of one another nicely and their story provides an ideal setting for the reintroduction of players from the previous two books.

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