To Dance With the Devil (The Blood Singer Novels #6) (Paperback)
Tor Books, 9780765328755, 352pp.
Publication Date: November 5, 2013
In To Dance with the Devil, the latest entry in Cat Adams's Blood Singer series, Celia Graves's newest client is one of the last surviving members of a magical family that is trapped in a generations-old feud with other magic-workers. She's supposed to die at the next full moon unless Celia can broker peace between the clans or break the curse before it can take effect.
For the first time in a long while, Celia's personal life is looking up. Her vampire abilities seem to be under control, her Siren abilities have gotten more reliable, and even though her office was blown up, her services are more in demand than ever now that she's fought off terrorists and been part of the royal wedding of the year. Her friends all seem to be finding love and her grandmother has—finally—agreed to go to family therapy.
The only trouble spot is Celia's love life. Not long ago, she had two boyfriends. Now she barely has one and she isn't sure she wants him. But Bruno DeLuca is a powerful mage and Celia needs his help…especially after she's attacked and her client is kidnapped.
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Praise For To Dance With the Devil (The Blood Singer Novels #6)…
“Fast and fun reading, with enough complexity in plot and characters to keep readers engaged. Suggest to fans of Kim Harrison's Madison Avery series.” —Booklist on The Isis Collar
“Zings along at a breakneck pace. Filled with action, subtle romance, and threats from all sides, it's a fabulous urban fantasy romp. Fans of Faith Hunter, Jim Butcher, and other fast-paced and magic-filled fantasies will enjoy this one.” —Fresh Fiction
“The superbly talented duo that comprises Cat Adams hits a new high with this apocalyptic thriller. Celia's Blood Singer adventures are always money and time well spent!” —RT Book Reviews, TOP PICK! on Demon Song
“This series just keeps getting better, maintaining a delicate balance between urban fantasy and paranormal romance. The emotional components are just as strong as the action sequences, set against an increasingly interesting world.” —Publishers Weekly on Demon Song
“A richly involving back story. A warmly involving, action-packed yarn whose heroine is engagingly tough, vulnerable, principled and passionate in equal measure.” —Kirkus Reviews on Demon Song