Unlit

Unlit

Winterborne has long been a city divided between those who have magic, and those who do not. Between those who are free, and those who are not? Though classified as having no magic, Neve March can hear the whispers of the wind and sometimes even control her. But it?s a secret she must hold close if she wishes to continue as Nightwatch?the soldiers who guard Winterborne aga Winterborne has long been a city divided between those who have magic, and those who do not. Between those who ...

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Title:Unlit
Author:Keri Arthur
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:B07BYYR146
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:404 pages pages

Unlit Reviews

  • Darcy
    May 23, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

  • Suz
    Aug 10, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

  • Ellen
    May 25, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

    3.5 Good Stars What is great about this book. World Building. Arthur is a phenomenal author when it comes to world building. Characters, author is a great author when coming to complete characters will flaws and all. The writing again is five stars, Arthur puts me into the ac...

    quite a good book that could have been more If this book had a better ending and more emotional depth, I would have rated it at five stars, as it has about everything else: strong characters, intriguing world, interesting plot. Its biggest flaw (for me) is relying too much on action...

    Hmmmm. Not sure what I was expecting, but a mystery political intrigue sandwiched between an action adventure wasn't it! Not bad, but not great either. The world building was really interesting (and I guess a few plot hooks left for the next book); and a HFN ending. Probably won'...

    Even better than expected, and I had high hopes! Wow what can I say about this book. I?ve just finished and I?m my thoughts are all whirling. I have loved Keri Arthur books since the days before Kindle, when I used to get my books in person from the library. With experiencing su...

    Unlit is the first in a brand new series by one of my favorite authors and it certainly doesn?t disappoint. Neve March was born Unlit, which is a person who doesn?t have magic and her skin is stained as well, but her one advantage is her Sifft blood, which gives her greater strengt...

    Oh wow! This book is an incredible adventure! All of the elements we rely on Keri Arthur for are present in Unlit. She built a complex new world without boring her reader with pedantic descriptions. She built her characters with the perfect level of internal vs external communicatio...

    Thanks Keri! I so enjoyed this title, but hell, you're one hell of an author so it's no surprise. I read this in one day, and found the world building to be very complete and believable. I loved the flawed heroine, something that Keri excels at, and the hero, while the commander, wasn'...

    I think I was actually enjoying this one... up until I wasn't. At which point I just stopped reading. Since then I've struggled to get back into it. The characters weren't especially memorable, the world interesting but inconsistent, and the sex just felt shoved in. "Oo, let's make the...

    Loved it Keri has once again created a world that sucks you in. Its a book that you can't put down. Neve is great character and I loved how her story progressed through the book. The last book I read of Keri's was the Riley Jensen Series and I'm so happy that I picked this book to s...

    Commander Another original story. I love the story and how you think you have figured something out, another surprise would hit. I love that the women are warriors. Overall I haven't read a book Keri has wrote i havent loved. ...

    Great story! Great story, amazing characters, and plot!! Main characters, got good chemistry going, will be hoping that works out well! Looking forward to next in series! Will be keeping a look out, eagerly! ...

    Unlight Fantastic. I consider this one of her best books. If you enjoy Andre Norton, Patricia Briggs fantasy books, you will love this book. It's the beginning of a great series Enjoy! ...

    Fast pace Fast pace story with a good likable characters . Liked the that it had a finished ending and not a cliffhanger. Definitely will read more of this series when they appear. ...

    The cover drew me . I like how she look so tough and kick a**, but saying that, I am not sure about the book. I didn't connect to Neve, She was interesting but a little unbelievable and the world was a bit confusing to me. ...

  • Jen
    May 15, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

    3.5 Good Stars What is great about this book. World Building. Arthur is a phenomenal author when it comes to world building. Characters, author is a great author when coming to complete characters will flaws and all. The writing again is five stars, Arthur puts me into the ac...

    quite a good book that could have been more If this book had a better ending and more emotional depth, I would have rated it at five stars, as it has about everything else: strong characters, intriguing world, interesting plot. Its biggest flaw (for me) is relying too much on action...

    Hmmmm. Not sure what I was expecting, but a mystery political intrigue sandwiched between an action adventure wasn't it! Not bad, but not great either. The world building was really interesting (and I guess a few plot hooks left for the next book); and a HFN ending. Probably won'...

    Even better than expected, and I had high hopes! Wow what can I say about this book. I?ve just finished and I?m my thoughts are all whirling. I have loved Keri Arthur books since the days before Kindle, when I used to get my books in person from the library. With experiencing su...

    Unlit is the first in a brand new series by one of my favorite authors and it certainly doesn?t disappoint. Neve March was born Unlit, which is a person who doesn?t have magic and her skin is stained as well, but her one advantage is her Sifft blood, which gives her greater strengt...

    Oh wow! This book is an incredible adventure! All of the elements we rely on Keri Arthur for are present in Unlit. She built a complex new world without boring her reader with pedantic descriptions. She built her characters with the perfect level of internal vs external communicatio...

    Thanks Keri! I so enjoyed this title, but hell, you're one hell of an author so it's no surprise. I read this in one day, and found the world building to be very complete and believable. I loved the flawed heroine, something that Keri excels at, and the hero, while the commander, wasn'...

    I think I was actually enjoying this one... up until I wasn't. At which point I just stopped reading. Since then I've struggled to get back into it. The characters weren't especially memorable, the world interesting but inconsistent, and the sex just felt shoved in. "Oo, let's make the...

    Loved it Keri has once again created a world that sucks you in. Its a book that you can't put down. Neve is great character and I loved how her story progressed through the book. The last book I read of Keri's was the Riley Jensen Series and I'm so happy that I picked this book to s...

    Commander Another original story. I love the story and how you think you have figured something out, another surprise would hit. I love that the women are warriors. Overall I haven't read a book Keri has wrote i havent loved. ...

  • Melindeeloo
    Jul 22, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

  • Nancy
    Jul 17, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

    3.5 Good Stars What is great about this book. World Building. Arthur is a phenomenal author when it comes to world building. Characters, author is a great author when coming to complete characters will flaws and all. The writing again is five stars, Arthur puts me into the ac...

    quite a good book that could have been more If this book had a better ending and more emotional depth, I would have rated it at five stars, as it has about everything else: strong characters, intriguing world, interesting plot. Its biggest flaw (for me) is relying too much on action...

    Hmmmm. Not sure what I was expecting, but a mystery political intrigue sandwiched between an action adventure wasn't it! Not bad, but not great either. The world building was really interesting (and I guess a few plot hooks left for the next book); and a HFN ending. Probably won'...

    Even better than expected, and I had high hopes! Wow what can I say about this book. I?ve just finished and I?m my thoughts are all whirling. I have loved Keri Arthur books since the days before Kindle, when I used to get my books in person from the library. With experiencing su...

    Unlit is the first in a brand new series by one of my favorite authors and it certainly doesn?t disappoint. Neve March was born Unlit, which is a person who doesn?t have magic and her skin is stained as well, but her one advantage is her Sifft blood, which gives her greater strengt...

    Oh wow! This book is an incredible adventure! All of the elements we rely on Keri Arthur for are present in Unlit. She built a complex new world without boring her reader with pedantic descriptions. She built her characters with the perfect level of internal vs external communicatio...

    Thanks Keri! I so enjoyed this title, but hell, you're one hell of an author so it's no surprise. I read this in one day, and found the world building to be very complete and believable. I loved the flawed heroine, something that Keri excels at, and the hero, while the commander, wasn'...

    I think I was actually enjoying this one... up until I wasn't. At which point I just stopped reading. Since then I've struggled to get back into it. The characters weren't especially memorable, the world interesting but inconsistent, and the sex just felt shoved in. "Oo, let's make the...

    Loved it Keri has once again created a world that sucks you in. Its a book that you can't put down. Neve is great character and I loved how her story progressed through the book. The last book I read of Keri's was the Riley Jensen Series and I'm so happy that I picked this book to s...

    Commander Another original story. I love the story and how you think you have figured something out, another surprise would hit. I love that the women are warriors. Overall I haven't read a book Keri has wrote i havent loved. ...

    Great story! Great story, amazing characters, and plot!! Main characters, got good chemistry going, will be hoping that works out well! Looking forward to next in series! Will be keeping a look out, eagerly! ...

    Unlight Fantastic. I consider this one of her best books. If you enjoy Andre Norton, Patricia Briggs fantasy books, you will love this book. It's the beginning of a great series Enjoy! ...

    Fast pace Fast pace story with a good likable characters . Liked the that it had a finished ending and not a cliffhanger. Definitely will read more of this series when they appear. ...

    The cover drew me . I like how she look so tough and kick a**, but saying that, I am not sure about the book. I didn't connect to Neve, She was interesting but a little unbelievable and the world was a bit confusing to me. ...

    Characters Another good read. Character development is Ms. Arthur's forte alongside imagination with no boundaries. I eagerly devour any work by Keri Arthur. I have never been disappointed. ...

    Great world building, complex and intriguing story line. There are secrets and mysteries to be revealed, and it is interesting to try and figure out who is on the 'good ,side in this. Neve is a strong heroine, and Trey is a great match for her...eventually. ...

  • Barbara
    Jun 02, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

    3.5 Good Stars What is great about this book. World Building. Arthur is a phenomenal author when it comes to world building. Characters, author is a great author when coming to complete characters will flaws and all. The writing again is five stars, Arthur puts me into the ac...

    quite a good book that could have been more If this book had a better ending and more emotional depth, I would have rated it at five stars, as it has about everything else: strong characters, intriguing world, interesting plot. Its biggest flaw (for me) is relying too much on action...

    Hmmmm. Not sure what I was expecting, but a mystery political intrigue sandwiched between an action adventure wasn't it! Not bad, but not great either. The world building was really interesting (and I guess a few plot hooks left for the next book); and a HFN ending. Probably won'...

    Even better than expected, and I had high hopes! Wow what can I say about this book. I?ve just finished and I?m my thoughts are all whirling. I have loved Keri Arthur books since the days before Kindle, when I used to get my books in person from the library. With experiencing su...

    Unlit is the first in a brand new series by one of my favorite authors and it certainly doesn?t disappoint. Neve March was born Unlit, which is a person who doesn?t have magic and her skin is stained as well, but her one advantage is her Sifft blood, which gives her greater strengt...

  • Mara
    May 26, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

  • TinaMarie
    Jul 14, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

  • Helen
    Jun 22, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

    3.5 Good Stars What is great about this book. World Building. Arthur is a phenomenal author when it comes to world building. Characters, author is a great author when coming to complete characters will flaws and all. The writing again is five stars, Arthur puts me into the ac...

    quite a good book that could have been more If this book had a better ending and more emotional depth, I would have rated it at five stars, as it has about everything else: strong characters, intriguing world, interesting plot. Its biggest flaw (for me) is relying too much on action...

    Hmmmm. Not sure what I was expecting, but a mystery political intrigue sandwiched between an action adventure wasn't it! Not bad, but not great either. The world building was really interesting (and I guess a few plot hooks left for the next book); and a HFN ending. Probably won'...

  • Douglas Meeks
    Jun 26, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

  • Anne - Books of My Heart
    Jul 07, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

  • Anne - Books of My Heart
    Jun 30, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

  • Viktória Tóth
    May 17, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

  • Holly
    Aug 13, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

  • Michelle Cable
    Aug 13, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

  • Literati Literature Lovers
    Jun 02, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

    3.5 Good Stars What is great about this book. World Building. Arthur is a phenomenal author when it comes to world building. Characters, author is a great author when coming to complete characters will flaws and all. The writing again is five stars, Arthur puts me into the ac...

  • Linda
    May 20, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

  • Imogene Nix
    Aug 27, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

    3.5 Good Stars What is great about this book. World Building. Arthur is a phenomenal author when it comes to world building. Characters, author is a great author when coming to complete characters will flaws and all. The writing again is five stars, Arthur puts me into the ac...

    quite a good book that could have been more If this book had a better ending and more emotional depth, I would have rated it at five stars, as it has about everything else: strong characters, intriguing world, interesting plot. Its biggest flaw (for me) is relying too much on action...

    Hmmmm. Not sure what I was expecting, but a mystery political intrigue sandwiched between an action adventure wasn't it! Not bad, but not great either. The world building was really interesting (and I guess a few plot hooks left for the next book); and a HFN ending. Probably won'...

    Even better than expected, and I had high hopes! Wow what can I say about this book. I?ve just finished and I?m my thoughts are all whirling. I have loved Keri Arthur books since the days before Kindle, when I used to get my books in person from the library. With experiencing su...

    Unlit is the first in a brand new series by one of my favorite authors and it certainly doesn?t disappoint. Neve March was born Unlit, which is a person who doesn?t have magic and her skin is stained as well, but her one advantage is her Sifft blood, which gives her greater strengt...

    Oh wow! This book is an incredible adventure! All of the elements we rely on Keri Arthur for are present in Unlit. She built a complex new world without boring her reader with pedantic descriptions. She built her characters with the perfect level of internal vs external communicatio...

    Thanks Keri! I so enjoyed this title, but hell, you're one hell of an author so it's no surprise. I read this in one day, and found the world building to be very complete and believable. I loved the flawed heroine, something that Keri excels at, and the hero, while the commander, wasn'...

  • Natasha Manuel
    May 27, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

    3.5 Good Stars What is great about this book. World Building. Arthur is a phenomenal author when it comes to world building. Characters, author is a great author when coming to complete characters will flaws and all. The writing again is five stars, Arthur puts me into the ac...

    quite a good book that could have been more If this book had a better ending and more emotional depth, I would have rated it at five stars, as it has about everything else: strong characters, intriguing world, interesting plot. Its biggest flaw (for me) is relying too much on action...

    Hmmmm. Not sure what I was expecting, but a mystery political intrigue sandwiched between an action adventure wasn't it! Not bad, but not great either. The world building was really interesting (and I guess a few plot hooks left for the next book); and a HFN ending. Probably won'...

    Even better than expected, and I had high hopes! Wow what can I say about this book. I?ve just finished and I?m my thoughts are all whirling. I have loved Keri Arthur books since the days before Kindle, when I used to get my books in person from the library. With experiencing su...

    Unlit is the first in a brand new series by one of my favorite authors and it certainly doesn?t disappoint. Neve March was born Unlit, which is a person who doesn?t have magic and her skin is stained as well, but her one advantage is her Sifft blood, which gives her greater strengt...

    Oh wow! This book is an incredible adventure! All of the elements we rely on Keri Arthur for are present in Unlit. She built a complex new world without boring her reader with pedantic descriptions. She built her characters with the perfect level of internal vs external communicatio...

    Thanks Keri! I so enjoyed this title, but hell, you're one hell of an author so it's no surprise. I read this in one day, and found the world building to be very complete and believable. I loved the flawed heroine, something that Keri excels at, and the hero, while the commander, wasn'...

    I think I was actually enjoying this one... up until I wasn't. At which point I just stopped reading. Since then I've struggled to get back into it. The characters weren't especially memorable, the world interesting but inconsistent, and the sex just felt shoved in. "Oo, let's make the...

    Loved it Keri has once again created a world that sucks you in. Its a book that you can't put down. Neve is great character and I loved how her story progressed through the book. The last book I read of Keri's was the Riley Jensen Series and I'm so happy that I picked this book to s...

  • TSN
    May 29, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

  • Mary B. Grove
    Jun 17, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

    3.5 Good Stars What is great about this book. World Building. Arthur is a phenomenal author when it comes to world building. Characters, author is a great author when coming to complete characters will flaws and all. The writing again is five stars, Arthur puts me into the ac...

    quite a good book that could have been more If this book had a better ending and more emotional depth, I would have rated it at five stars, as it has about everything else: strong characters, intriguing world, interesting plot. Its biggest flaw (for me) is relying too much on action...

  • Barbara Strickland
    Sep 12, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

    3.5 Good Stars What is great about this book. World Building. Arthur is a phenomenal author when it comes to world building. Characters, author is a great author when coming to complete characters will flaws and all. The writing again is five stars, Arthur puts me into the ac...

    quite a good book that could have been more If this book had a better ending and more emotional depth, I would have rated it at five stars, as it has about everything else: strong characters, intriguing world, interesting plot. Its biggest flaw (for me) is relying too much on action...

    Hmmmm. Not sure what I was expecting, but a mystery political intrigue sandwiched between an action adventure wasn't it! Not bad, but not great either. The world building was really interesting (and I guess a few plot hooks left for the next book); and a HFN ending. Probably won'...

    Even better than expected, and I had high hopes! Wow what can I say about this book. I?ve just finished and I?m my thoughts are all whirling. I have loved Keri Arthur books since the days before Kindle, when I used to get my books in person from the library. With experiencing su...

    Unlit is the first in a brand new series by one of my favorite authors and it certainly doesn?t disappoint. Neve March was born Unlit, which is a person who doesn?t have magic and her skin is stained as well, but her one advantage is her Sifft blood, which gives her greater strengt...

    Oh wow! This book is an incredible adventure! All of the elements we rely on Keri Arthur for are present in Unlit. She built a complex new world without boring her reader with pedantic descriptions. She built her characters with the perfect level of internal vs external communicatio...

    Thanks Keri! I so enjoyed this title, but hell, you're one hell of an author so it's no surprise. I read this in one day, and found the world building to be very complete and believable. I loved the flawed heroine, something that Keri excels at, and the hero, while the commander, wasn'...

    I think I was actually enjoying this one... up until I wasn't. At which point I just stopped reading. Since then I've struggled to get back into it. The characters weren't especially memorable, the world interesting but inconsistent, and the sex just felt shoved in. "Oo, let's make the...

    Loved it Keri has once again created a world that sucks you in. Its a book that you can't put down. Neve is great character and I loved how her story progressed through the book. The last book I read of Keri's was the Riley Jensen Series and I'm so happy that I picked this book to s...

    Commander Another original story. I love the story and how you think you have figured something out, another surprise would hit. I love that the women are warriors. Overall I haven't read a book Keri has wrote i havent loved. ...

    Great story! Great story, amazing characters, and plot!! Main characters, got good chemistry going, will be hoping that works out well! Looking forward to next in series! Will be keeping a look out, eagerly! ...

    Unlight Fantastic. I consider this one of her best books. If you enjoy Andre Norton, Patricia Briggs fantasy books, you will love this book. It's the beginning of a great series Enjoy! ...

    Fast pace Fast pace story with a good likable characters . Liked the that it had a finished ending and not a cliffhanger. Definitely will read more of this series when they appear. ...

    The cover drew me . I like how she look so tough and kick a**, but saying that, I am not sure about the book. I didn't connect to Neve, She was interesting but a little unbelievable and the world was a bit confusing to me. ...

    Characters Another good read. Character development is Ms. Arthur's forte alongside imagination with no boundaries. I eagerly devour any work by Keri Arthur. I have never been disappointed. ...

    Great world building, complex and intriguing story line. There are secrets and mysteries to be revealed, and it is interesting to try and figure out who is on the 'good ,side in this. Neve is a strong heroine, and Trey is a great match for her...eventually. ...

    A really enjoyable read This was a little different and that held a a lot of appeal. The world building was clever and novel and the characters grew in likability as the book progressed. ...

  • Lisa
    May 27, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

    3.5 Good Stars What is great about this book. World Building. Arthur is a phenomenal author when it comes to world building. Characters, author is a great author when coming to complete characters will flaws and all. The writing again is five stars, Arthur puts me into the ac...

    quite a good book that could have been more If this book had a better ending and more emotional depth, I would have rated it at five stars, as it has about everything else: strong characters, intriguing world, interesting plot. Its biggest flaw (for me) is relying too much on action...

    Hmmmm. Not sure what I was expecting, but a mystery political intrigue sandwiched between an action adventure wasn't it! Not bad, but not great either. The world building was really interesting (and I guess a few plot hooks left for the next book); and a HFN ending. Probably won'...

    Even better than expected, and I had high hopes! Wow what can I say about this book. I?ve just finished and I?m my thoughts are all whirling. I have loved Keri Arthur books since the days before Kindle, when I used to get my books in person from the library. With experiencing su...

    Unlit is the first in a brand new series by one of my favorite authors and it certainly doesn?t disappoint. Neve March was born Unlit, which is a person who doesn?t have magic and her skin is stained as well, but her one advantage is her Sifft blood, which gives her greater strengt...

    Oh wow! This book is an incredible adventure! All of the elements we rely on Keri Arthur for are present in Unlit. She built a complex new world without boring her reader with pedantic descriptions. She built her characters with the perfect level of internal vs external communicatio...

  • Janet Foster
    Aug 06, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

    3.5 Good Stars What is great about this book. World Building. Arthur is a phenomenal author when it comes to world building. Characters, author is a great author when coming to complete characters will flaws and all. The writing again is five stars, Arthur puts me into the ac...

    quite a good book that could have been more If this book had a better ending and more emotional depth, I would have rated it at five stars, as it has about everything else: strong characters, intriguing world, interesting plot. Its biggest flaw (for me) is relying too much on action...

    Hmmmm. Not sure what I was expecting, but a mystery political intrigue sandwiched between an action adventure wasn't it! Not bad, but not great either. The world building was really interesting (and I guess a few plot hooks left for the next book); and a HFN ending. Probably won'...

    Even better than expected, and I had high hopes! Wow what can I say about this book. I?ve just finished and I?m my thoughts are all whirling. I have loved Keri Arthur books since the days before Kindle, when I used to get my books in person from the library. With experiencing su...

    Unlit is the first in a brand new series by one of my favorite authors and it certainly doesn?t disappoint. Neve March was born Unlit, which is a person who doesn?t have magic and her skin is stained as well, but her one advantage is her Sifft blood, which gives her greater strengt...

    Oh wow! This book is an incredible adventure! All of the elements we rely on Keri Arthur for are present in Unlit. She built a complex new world without boring her reader with pedantic descriptions. She built her characters with the perfect level of internal vs external communicatio...

    Thanks Keri! I so enjoyed this title, but hell, you're one hell of an author so it's no surprise. I read this in one day, and found the world building to be very complete and believable. I loved the flawed heroine, something that Keri excels at, and the hero, while the commander, wasn'...

    I think I was actually enjoying this one... up until I wasn't. At which point I just stopped reading. Since then I've struggled to get back into it. The characters weren't especially memorable, the world interesting but inconsistent, and the sex just felt shoved in. "Oo, let's make the...

    Loved it Keri has once again created a world that sucks you in. Its a book that you can't put down. Neve is great character and I loved how her story progressed through the book. The last book I read of Keri's was the Riley Jensen Series and I'm so happy that I picked this book to s...

    Commander Another original story. I love the story and how you think you have figured something out, another surprise would hit. I love that the women are warriors. Overall I haven't read a book Keri has wrote i havent loved. ...

    Great story! Great story, amazing characters, and plot!! Main characters, got good chemistry going, will be hoping that works out well! Looking forward to next in series! Will be keeping a look out, eagerly! ...

  • Pauline
    Jun 25, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

    3.5 Good Stars What is great about this book. World Building. Arthur is a phenomenal author when it comes to world building. Characters, author is a great author when coming to complete characters will flaws and all. The writing again is five stars, Arthur puts me into the ac...

    quite a good book that could have been more If this book had a better ending and more emotional depth, I would have rated it at five stars, as it has about everything else: strong characters, intriguing world, interesting plot. Its biggest flaw (for me) is relying too much on action...

    Hmmmm. Not sure what I was expecting, but a mystery political intrigue sandwiched between an action adventure wasn't it! Not bad, but not great either. The world building was really interesting (and I guess a few plot hooks left for the next book); and a HFN ending. Probably won'...

    Even better than expected, and I had high hopes! Wow what can I say about this book. I?ve just finished and I?m my thoughts are all whirling. I have loved Keri Arthur books since the days before Kindle, when I used to get my books in person from the library. With experiencing su...

    Unlit is the first in a brand new series by one of my favorite authors and it certainly doesn?t disappoint. Neve March was born Unlit, which is a person who doesn?t have magic and her skin is stained as well, but her one advantage is her Sifft blood, which gives her greater strengt...

    Oh wow! This book is an incredible adventure! All of the elements we rely on Keri Arthur for are present in Unlit. She built a complex new world without boring her reader with pedantic descriptions. She built her characters with the perfect level of internal vs external communicatio...

    Thanks Keri! I so enjoyed this title, but hell, you're one hell of an author so it's no surprise. I read this in one day, and found the world building to be very complete and believable. I loved the flawed heroine, something that Keri excels at, and the hero, while the commander, wasn'...

    I think I was actually enjoying this one... up until I wasn't. At which point I just stopped reading. Since then I've struggled to get back into it. The characters weren't especially memorable, the world interesting but inconsistent, and the sex just felt shoved in. "Oo, let's make the...

  • ReadingKnitter
    May 23, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

    3.5 Good Stars What is great about this book. World Building. Arthur is a phenomenal author when it comes to world building. Characters, author is a great author when coming to complete characters will flaws and all. The writing again is five stars, Arthur puts me into the ac...

    quite a good book that could have been more If this book had a better ending and more emotional depth, I would have rated it at five stars, as it has about everything else: strong characters, intriguing world, interesting plot. Its biggest flaw (for me) is relying too much on action...

    Hmmmm. Not sure what I was expecting, but a mystery political intrigue sandwiched between an action adventure wasn't it! Not bad, but not great either. The world building was really interesting (and I guess a few plot hooks left for the next book); and a HFN ending. Probably won'...

    Even better than expected, and I had high hopes! Wow what can I say about this book. I?ve just finished and I?m my thoughts are all whirling. I have loved Keri Arthur books since the days before Kindle, when I used to get my books in person from the library. With experiencing su...

  • Eva S. Gholami
    Jun 08, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

    3.5 Good Stars What is great about this book. World Building. Arthur is a phenomenal author when it comes to world building. Characters, author is a great author when coming to complete characters will flaws and all. The writing again is five stars, Arthur puts me into the ac...

    quite a good book that could have been more If this book had a better ending and more emotional depth, I would have rated it at five stars, as it has about everything else: strong characters, intriguing world, interesting plot. Its biggest flaw (for me) is relying too much on action...

    Hmmmm. Not sure what I was expecting, but a mystery political intrigue sandwiched between an action adventure wasn't it! Not bad, but not great either. The world building was really interesting (and I guess a few plot hooks left for the next book); and a HFN ending. Probably won'...

    Even better than expected, and I had high hopes! Wow what can I say about this book. I?ve just finished and I?m my thoughts are all whirling. I have loved Keri Arthur books since the days before Kindle, when I used to get my books in person from the library. With experiencing su...

    Unlit is the first in a brand new series by one of my favorite authors and it certainly doesn?t disappoint. Neve March was born Unlit, which is a person who doesn?t have magic and her skin is stained as well, but her one advantage is her Sifft blood, which gives her greater strengt...

    Oh wow! This book is an incredible adventure! All of the elements we rely on Keri Arthur for are present in Unlit. She built a complex new world without boring her reader with pedantic descriptions. She built her characters with the perfect level of internal vs external communicatio...

    Thanks Keri! I so enjoyed this title, but hell, you're one hell of an author so it's no surprise. I read this in one day, and found the world building to be very complete and believable. I loved the flawed heroine, something that Keri excels at, and the hero, while the commander, wasn'...

    I think I was actually enjoying this one... up until I wasn't. At which point I just stopped reading. Since then I've struggled to get back into it. The characters weren't especially memorable, the world interesting but inconsistent, and the sex just felt shoved in. "Oo, let's make the...

    Loved it Keri has once again created a world that sucks you in. Its a book that you can't put down. Neve is great character and I loved how her story progressed through the book. The last book I read of Keri's was the Riley Jensen Series and I'm so happy that I picked this book to s...

    Commander Another original story. I love the story and how you think you have figured something out, another surprise would hit. I love that the women are warriors. Overall I haven't read a book Keri has wrote i havent loved. ...

    Great story! Great story, amazing characters, and plot!! Main characters, got good chemistry going, will be hoping that works out well! Looking forward to next in series! Will be keeping a look out, eagerly! ...

    Unlight Fantastic. I consider this one of her best books. If you enjoy Andre Norton, Patricia Briggs fantasy books, you will love this book. It's the beginning of a great series Enjoy! ...

  • Melissa
    Jun 17, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

    3.5 Good Stars What is great about this book. World Building. Arthur is a phenomenal author when it comes to world building. Characters, author is a great author when coming to complete characters will flaws and all. The writing again is five stars, Arthur puts me into the ac...

    quite a good book that could have been more If this book had a better ending and more emotional depth, I would have rated it at five stars, as it has about everything else: strong characters, intriguing world, interesting plot. Its biggest flaw (for me) is relying too much on action...

    Hmmmm. Not sure what I was expecting, but a mystery political intrigue sandwiched between an action adventure wasn't it! Not bad, but not great either. The world building was really interesting (and I guess a few plot hooks left for the next book); and a HFN ending. Probably won'...

    Even better than expected, and I had high hopes! Wow what can I say about this book. I?ve just finished and I?m my thoughts are all whirling. I have loved Keri Arthur books since the days before Kindle, when I used to get my books in person from the library. With experiencing su...

    Unlit is the first in a brand new series by one of my favorite authors and it certainly doesn?t disappoint. Neve March was born Unlit, which is a person who doesn?t have magic and her skin is stained as well, but her one advantage is her Sifft blood, which gives her greater strengt...

    Oh wow! This book is an incredible adventure! All of the elements we rely on Keri Arthur for are present in Unlit. She built a complex new world without boring her reader with pedantic descriptions. She built her characters with the perfect level of internal vs external communicatio...

    Thanks Keri! I so enjoyed this title, but hell, you're one hell of an author so it's no surprise. I read this in one day, and found the world building to be very complete and believable. I loved the flawed heroine, something that Keri excels at, and the hero, while the commander, wasn'...

    I think I was actually enjoying this one... up until I wasn't. At which point I just stopped reading. Since then I've struggled to get back into it. The characters weren't especially memorable, the world interesting but inconsistent, and the sex just felt shoved in. "Oo, let's make the...

    Loved it Keri has once again created a world that sucks you in. Its a book that you can't put down. Neve is great character and I loved how her story progressed through the book. The last book I read of Keri's was the Riley Jensen Series and I'm so happy that I picked this book to s...

    Commander Another original story. I love the story and how you think you have figured something out, another surprise would hit. I love that the women are warriors. Overall I haven't read a book Keri has wrote i havent loved. ...

    Great story! Great story, amazing characters, and plot!! Main characters, got good chemistry going, will be hoping that works out well! Looking forward to next in series! Will be keeping a look out, eagerly! ...

    Unlight Fantastic. I consider this one of her best books. If you enjoy Andre Norton, Patricia Briggs fantasy books, you will love this book. It's the beginning of a great series Enjoy! ...

    Fast pace Fast pace story with a good likable characters . Liked the that it had a finished ending and not a cliffhanger. Definitely will read more of this series when they appear. ...

    The cover drew me . I like how she look so tough and kick a**, but saying that, I am not sure about the book. I didn't connect to Neve, She was interesting but a little unbelievable and the world was a bit confusing to me. ...

    Characters Another good read. Character development is Ms. Arthur's forte alongside imagination with no boundaries. I eagerly devour any work by Keri Arthur. I have never been disappointed. ...

  • PATRICIA ANN
    May 26, 2018

    3.5 stars I loved Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen series despite the ridiculously over the top sex life of the main character in the early books (for the record, I didn't bother with it's spin-off series, it was just a watered down version of the original). So when I saw that Arthur wrot...

    I loved this story, I read it in a 12 hour marathon session and could not put it down. To keep the review short here are the basics: Neve is a soldier who mans the walls of the city of Winterborne (gives a bit of a Game of Thrones tingle doesn't it) She is a bit of a mixed breed ...

    I would have rated it higher if not for the ending. Up to 92% I had my heart lodged in my throat with the action and was almost expecting a cliff hanger :) But the too romancey ending seemed weird at the end of this fantasy book where romance is just a thread. Yes, it's just a HFN, no...

    3.5 stars Unlit is the first in a new series of fantasy romance standalones set in the same fictional world. This is a departure from Arthur?s usual UF series which feature the same main protagonist in a world based on our own. For the most part, it is well done. Neve is an unl...

    I enjoyed this one a good deal. ...

    2.5 stars While I found the world to be interesting, I didn't connect to Neve. I found her a little more than just unbelievable. Maybe it was because that so much of the writing felt way too convenient. ...

    I?m a huge fan of Keri Arthur and not only she creates phenomenal urban fantasy stories (my fave genre) but she is pretty productive with 2-3 books a year. So yeah, she is pretty high on my must read/ auto buy list which means I was so excited for her new release. Keri Arthur has ...

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart Another new series has published by a favorite author, Keri Arthur, Kingdoms of Earth & Air. The classification is Urban Fantasy but I got somewhat a science fiction vibe. Although the fantasy trappings of social class...

    First in a new series, Neve is Unlit, believed to have no magic and stained. Trey is the aristo that turned his back on society expectations to keep his stained daughter. There's plots and intrigues, missing witches returned pregnant, strange connection Neve has with the newly returned...

    I'm on the fence with this book. A lot of that is due to being bored while reading it. I should have been able to finish this in a day, instead I read one chapter and put it down. The next time I picked it up I read 125 pages and put it down. As I finished it I read what was left in 50...

    Different than the rest of her series. Takes a little bit to get it all straight in your head, but a good story once you do. ...

    Review July 7 ...

    Pretty good. I'll read the next even though it moves on to a new part of the world and new leads. ...

    3.5 Good Stars What is great about this book. World Building. Arthur is a phenomenal author when it comes to world building. Characters, author is a great author when coming to complete characters will flaws and all. The writing again is five stars, Arthur puts me into the ac...

    quite a good book that could have been more If this book had a better ending and more emotional depth, I would have rated it at five stars, as it has about everything else: strong characters, intriguing world, interesting plot. Its biggest flaw (for me) is relying too much on action...

    Hmmmm. Not sure what I was expecting, but a mystery political intrigue sandwiched between an action adventure wasn't it! Not bad, but not great either. The world building was really interesting (and I guess a few plot hooks left for the next book); and a HFN ending. Probably won'...

    Even better than expected, and I had high hopes! Wow what can I say about this book. I?ve just finished and I?m my thoughts are all whirling. I have loved Keri Arthur books since the days before Kindle, when I used to get my books in person from the library. With experiencing su...

    Unlit is the first in a brand new series by one of my favorite authors and it certainly doesn?t disappoint. Neve March was born Unlit, which is a person who doesn?t have magic and her skin is stained as well, but her one advantage is her Sifft blood, which gives her greater strengt...

    Oh wow! This book is an incredible adventure! All of the elements we rely on Keri Arthur for are present in Unlit. She built a complex new world without boring her reader with pedantic descriptions. She built her characters with the perfect level of internal vs external communicatio...

    Thanks Keri! I so enjoyed this title, but hell, you're one hell of an author so it's no surprise. I read this in one day, and found the world building to be very complete and believable. I loved the flawed heroine, something that Keri excels at, and the hero, while the commander, wasn'...

    I think I was actually enjoying this one... up until I wasn't. At which point I just stopped reading. Since then I've struggled to get back into it. The characters weren't especially memorable, the world interesting but inconsistent, and the sex just felt shoved in. "Oo, let's make the...

    Loved it Keri has once again created a world that sucks you in. Its a book that you can't put down. Neve is great character and I loved how her story progressed through the book. The last book I read of Keri's was the Riley Jensen Series and I'm so happy that I picked this book to s...

    Commander Another original story. I love the story and how you think you have figured something out, another surprise would hit. I love that the women are warriors. Overall I haven't read a book Keri has wrote i havent loved. ...

    Great story! Great story, amazing characters, and plot!! Main characters, got good chemistry going, will be hoping that works out well! Looking forward to next in series! Will be keeping a look out, eagerly! ...

    Unlight Fantastic. I consider this one of her best books. If you enjoy Andre Norton, Patricia Briggs fantasy books, you will love this book. It's the beginning of a great series Enjoy! ...

    Fast pace Fast pace story with a good likable characters . Liked the that it had a finished ending and not a cliffhanger. Definitely will read more of this series when they appear. ...