Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Review: Kitty Goes to War

Kitty Goes to War Kitty Goes to War by Carrie Vaughn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I took a really long break between books in this series and was not quite sure where I left off. If you are in the same boat – don’t worry! These books are almost like standalones at this point, with enough backstory and reminders to keep even me up-to-date.

This book has two main story lines. The first story deals with Kitty and her radio show getting her into trouble (again). After years of being on the air, she is finally sued by the owner of “Speedy Mart” after talking about their possible supernatural ties. Some deaths and detective work later, Kitty might actually be on to something. Oh, and there’s the fact that his guy seems to be suspiciously located near big storms.

The second story deals with a secret group of army werewolves. The NIH reaches out to Kitty to try helping some soldiers who recently returned from Afghanistan as something more than human. Throw in some PTSD, the loss of their alpha, and wild pack dynamics and even Kitty isn’t sure she can help. But, being Kitty, she of course has to try (and beat herself up about any failures along the way). While we get some visits from pack members and there are some mysterious happenings, this story was pretty self-contained. On top of that, it was a super quick read, which inspires me to pick the next one up.

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