Sunday, August 21, 2011

Short Story Review - Fathers and Sons (Curran POV 2) by Ilona Andrews (4/5 stars)

Fathers and Sons (Curran POV)Reading level: Adult
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Size: 98 KB
Publisher:  Ilona Andrews, Inc
Release Date: May 19, 2011
Stand Alone or Series: Short Story from Kate Daniels series
Source: Bought for Kindle
Rating: 4/5 stars

This is another Curran point of view short story.  I love these and love hearing from Curran's point of view.  This Curran POV was different from the first one in that it tells one short story and not a whole bunch of snippets from Curran's POV.  It is pretty short, but I had fun reading it and thought it was worth the read.

This story takes place after the events that happen in Magic Slays.  Curran has awoken from his injuries and is pissed at how the pack treated Kate while he was unconscious.  Almost all of the story is from Curran's point of view; there are a couple small snippets told from Kate's POV though.

I enjoyed the story.  It was fun to have the events that take place after Magic Slays filled out some.  Curran is hilarious and hearing how much he both loves Kate and is frustrated by her is endearing.  There are some great action scenes in this short story too.

Overall definitely worth the read if you are a big Kate Daniels fan.  Written in the same high quality, humorous, action-packed style as the books.  It is pretty short though, if you don't want to pay for it the same POV story was released for free on Ilona Andrew's blog in all formats (kindle, epub, and pdf).   

Fathers and Sons (Curran POV)

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