An all-star urban fantasy collection featuring short stories from #1 New York Times bestselling authors Jim Butcher, Patricia Briggs, Charlaine Harris, Kelley Armstrong, and more . . .
In this short story collection of courage, adventure, and magic, heroes—ordinary people who do the right thing—bravely step forward.
But running toward danger might cost them everything. . . .
In #1 New York Times bestselling author Jim Butcher’s “Little Things,” the pixie Toot-Toot discovers an invader unbeknownst to the wizard Harry Dresden . . . and in order to defeat it, he’ll have to team up with the dread cat Mister.
In #1 New York Times bestselling author Patricia Briggs’s “Dating Terrors,” the werewolf Asil finds an online date might just turn into something more—if she can escape the dark magic binding her.
In #1 New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris’s “The Return of the Mage,” the Britlingen mercenaries will discover more than they’ve bargained for when they answer the call of a distress beacon on a strange and remote world.
And in #1 New York Times bestselling author Kelley Armstrong’s “Comfort Zone,” the necromancer Chloe Saunders and the werewolf Derek Souza are just trying to get through college. But they can’t refuse a ghost pleading for help.
ALSO INCLUDES STORIES BY Annie Bellet * Anne Bishop * Jennifer Brozek * Kevin Hearne * Nancy Holder * Kerrie L. Hughes * Chloe Neill * R.R. Virdi
Wonderful short story about Asil Moreno by Patricia Briggs
Wonderful story by Patricia Briggs about Asil Moreno being sent on a quest to go on a date. The other dates have been incredibly eventful. He has had to right wrongs at every turn.
In this short story, he drives to Seattle from Montana. He left Spain a long while ago, because he thinks that he should be put down. We are reminded of his unending pain now that Sarai is dead, as she has been for a long time. Alan Choo rang a distant bell, and then when Moira the white witch was mentioned, I realized that Alana must have been in a previous book. Anyhow, there is a wendigo involved in the story who tries to defeat Asil.
I mean the stories are good but I’m essentially paying $13 for a Toot-Toot tale. Why does it cost this much?