Title: Shadow Underground
Series: The Shadow Series #3
Author’s Name: Candice Bundy
Publisher: Lusios Publishing
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Page Count: 346 Pages
Author or Book Website: Home – Candice Bundy
Link to Amazon purchase page: Amazon.com: Shadow Underground: The Shadow Series: Bundy, Candice: Books
Link to Goodreads: Shadow Underground by Candice Bundy | Goodreads
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
They say you can never go home again, especially when an all-powerful psycho is lying in wait to steal your magic.
I’m not the same Becka Rowan who left the city. I’m back with new powers, a new job, new roommates, and a list of dead fae that’s getting longer by the hour.
That last part sucks.
Still, I’m excited about my future, especially now that I have Quinn by my side as my live-in bodyguard? Boyfriend? Partner in solving crimes? All the above? My will power is damn near ready to crack with Quinn. By the way he looks at me when he thinks I’m not paying attention, he knows it.
When my missing cousin turns up dead, the mystery isn’t who killed her, it’s who the Shadow-Dwellers will target next.
Spoiler alert? It’s me.
They’ve proven they’ll do whatever it takes to reach their goals, including attack those closest to me. I don’t know what’s worse: knowing all of my loved ones are in danger, or the guilt that I could protect them if I just give in to a psycho’s demands for my blood.
Which I shouldn’t do, right?
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I was excited to be about in this world with Becka and Quinn. They still have not really out a label on their relationship. She is allowed to go back to the city to live with her aunt. She has been accepted into the house of Rowan now that she has powers, but this does not stop the Shadow Dwellers from coming after her. They will target her family to get to her. They say her blood is part of a prophecy. This book is fast paced and page-turner and I loved that. I had no choice but to read it all at once.
My Rating of the Book: 5 Stars