Book Review: Maggie Shayne’s Night’s Edge

Posted November 27, 2010 by Kathy Davie in Book Reviews

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Book Review: Maggie Shayne’s Night’s Edge

Night's Edge


Barbara Hamblyn, Maggie Shayne, Charlaine Harris

paranormal romance in Paperback edition that was published by HQN Books on July 21, 2009 and has 368 pages.

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Other books by this author which I have reviewed include Man of My Dreams, An Enchanted Season, Wild Thing, Hot Blooded, Death's Excellent Vacation, Must Love Hellhounds, Bite, Home Improvement: Undead Edition, An Apple for the Creature, Games Creatures Play, After Dead: What Came Next in the World of Sookie Stackhouse, Indigo, Night Shift, Sleep Like a Baby

Three short stories in the paranormal romance genre by Barbara Hamblyn, Maggie Shayne, and Charlaine Harris.

Series: “Dancers in the Dark” (Sookie Stackhouse, 4.2)

The Stories

Charlaine Harris‘ “Dancers in the Dark” uses the general world of Sookie Stackhouse as the setting for a romance between a dancing vampire and an abused young woman. The story is good but the writing is juvenile (for Harris).

Maggie Shayne did not disappoint; “Her Best Enemy” was cute. This is a sweet, unexpected (on everyone’s part) romance involving mediums, a muckraker, and a serial killer.

Barbara Hambly‘s “Someone Else’s Shadow” released a great many unhappy ghosts while saving young women with romance as a very small sidebar. Good writing.