Something wicked this way comes…
The arrival of a very important person in her office seemed to be the start of a lot of problems for Kit Colbana, investigator extraordinaire. Claiming that he needed somebody with her special skillset, he sends her on a series of jobs that made little to no sense until one culminated with both her and her partner, Justin barely escaping with their lives.
Back in Orlando, they go their separate ways to recover, Justin heading to the house of a local witch, while Kit returns to the Lair, where she’s recently been living with her lover Damon, the Alpha of the Southern Cat Clans.
There’s barely a chance for to catch her breath before trouble of the highest order comes knocking on her door. This time, it’s the form of a psychic by the name of Nova. Nova has bad, bad news…Justin has gone missing and so has the witch who was going to put him up while he healed. Colleen, one of Kit’s closest, dearest friends.
With all sorts of non-humans disappearing, fury doesn’t even touch what Kit is feeling as she heads out to hunt down the people responsible.
But Kit isn’t the only one out on a hunt…somebody is hunting for her…somebody Kit would rather never, ever see again.
Warning! Mild spoilers below.
Shadowed Blade picks up shortly after the cliffhanger of Edged Blade. Kit is now working for Whitmore, the President of the United States, who wants Kit to do some “simple” tasks. However, one of those “simple” tasks nearly gets Kit and Justin killed and they barely manage to get back home. Due to this latest job, Kit is having doubts of Whitmore especially after learning an interesting bit of info about him from Justin. Days pass and Kit soon gets a visitor from an old friend who comes to tell her that Justin and Collen, Kit’s healing witch friend, have been kidnapped.
Have to say that Shadowed Blade was worth the wait! I’m excited to see where J.C. Daniels will take the story line of certain person who shows up in this installment. Won’t say who it is since it’ll be a huge spoiler but I will say its someone from Kit’s past. The only problem I had was the beginning which was a bit confusing but other than that Shadowed Blade was an entertaining read. Makes me excited for the next installment of the Colbana Files series!