Jul 25

Book Review: Dayrunner Magic

Dayrunner Magic: Kit Melbourne 4-6Dayrunner Magic: Kit Melbourne 4-6 by Kater Cheek

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

These three novels deal with not just the exciting job of being the Vampire Guild Leader’s Dayrunner (with all the danger and adventure that entails) but also with Kit’s growing magical power, and her growing responsibilities as a new wife and mother. Even brave and powerful mages have to deal with the challenges of being a modern woman. These novels have more secondary characters, more complex subplots, and the same quirky humor as my other novels.

This is a compilation of three books in the Kit Melbourne series, Faerie Killer, Changer’s Turf, and Hawthorn Hex, so if you’re desperately waiting for book seven, sorry, you’re going to have to wait a little bit longer. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t buy the book; if you bought Bindi Magic and want the second omnibus that matches, this is a great choice!

If you’re looking for a place to start reading about Kit Melbourne but are daunted by a 6 book series, you can pick this up and start in the middle. It’s okay, it’s allowed.

These three books are darker than the first three, with more adult situations. No, “adult” doesn’t mean sexy sexy sex times, I mean adult situations like responsibilities and child care and compromising to make a marriage work. Also sometimes shooting people, because adults do that. There are violent scenes, so people who don’t watch rated R movies should avoid it.

I made a few edits when I was formatting this book, so it’s a little tighter and cleaner than the original novels. Please enjoy.

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