Claimed by Shadow

Claimed by Shadow Clairvoyant Cassie Plamer has inherited new magical powers including the ability to travel through time But it s a whole lot of responsibility she d rather not have Now she s the most popular girl in

  • Title: Claimed by Shadow
  • Author: Karen Chance
  • ISBN: 9781440630590
  • Page: 106
  • Format: ebook
  • Clairvoyant Cassie Plamer has inherited new magical powers including the ability to travel through time But it s a whole lot of responsibility she d rather not have Now she s the most popular girl in town, as an assortment of vamps, fey, and mages try to convince, force, or seduce her and her magic over to their side But one particular master vampire didn t ask what CasClairvoyant Cassie Plamer has inherited new magical powers including the ability to travel through time But it s a whole lot of responsibility she d rather not have Now she s the most popular girl in town, as an assortment of vamps, fey, and mages try to convince, force, or seduce her and her magic over to their side But one particular master vampire didn t ask what Cassie wanted before putting a claim on her He had a spell cast that binds her to him, and now she doesn t know if what she feels for him is real or imagined

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    1. At this point in the series I ship everyone with everyone and would not be opposed to all the characters having a giant paranormal orgy at MAGIC headquarters. But maybe that's just me.

    2. Any day that starts off in a demon-filled bar in a casino designed to look like Hell isn't likely to turn out well.After refreshing the basics of the storyline and the characters’ background, the story speeds up quickly. It is fast-paced, full of action, filled with different kinds of supernatural creatures. You are only at the second chapter, but you already witnessed a battle with mages and the Graeae, a time-travel meeting with ghosts, with a past version of Mircea and saving his life, and [...]

    3. Entertaining.I read the 4 first books of the series in a row. Then, I reread them in a row again so I had them fresh to read the 5th one. That means that I have them all scrambled in my mind right now which is why I can’t review each of them separately. This is more a general opinion of the combination of the 5.This series have many elements that make it an entertaining and interesting read. It has compelling plots, action, miseries to solve, enemies, romantic tension, magic, friendship, humor [...]

    4. I'll admit it. I get a little bit of a one track mind when it comes to books. If there is so much of a whiff of a relationship forming, I fixate on it and build up all of my anticipation around it. I stay true-blue to my couple. 3rd parties are the enemy. There is no indecision or uncertainty just relationship-worshipping in its purest sense. Until I started this damn series. Never have I felt so torn so fickle about who I want a heroine to end up with. I've got to give credit where credit is du [...]

    5. It wasn't just me right? This one was way better than the first one. Yes, I still have a case of major whiplash from all that was happening left and right, and it had a few eyerolling/head banging the wall moments, but I see a genuine progress. The chase of Myra the evil contender continues through time and space and now she has her evil eye trained on Mircea. As in killing Mircea in the past so that he can't give Cassie his protection over the span of her childhood. Bla bla. That's not the inte [...]

    6. Again good, but not great. Same problems, Cassie needs to get less soft hearted and start killing more people. It really would solve more of her problems. I enjoyed Agnes, Billy, Mircea, and the Graeae.

    7. All the problems of book 1 with less of the back story. Just more plot driven sex and sex driven plot. Fans of urban fantasy, go pick up something from the Hollows Series, or the Mercy Thompson series. Or Ilona Andrews.

    8. This is #2 in the Cassandra Palmer series. Cassandra has inherited clairvoyance from her mother and the ability to talk to ghosts from her father (both deceased). In the last book, she learned that she was destined to become Pythia, the time-traveling chief clairvoyant and protector of the timeline. Cassandra's parents were murdered when she was young and she was raised by vampires, so she is fairly well versed in supernatural politics. In this book, she has escaped all the various factions tryi [...]

    9. 4.5 starsWhew. Poor Cassie - that girl needs a nap more than anyone I've ever met! I read a review on Chance's web site that said something along the lines of this series sort of poking fun at the genre a little bit, and I think that's true. There is so much non-stop action in these books it gets a little ridiculous. But man is it fun!I was not fully convinced by the first book of this series. I liked it, but it had a lot of issues and so I wasn't compelled to pick up book 2 right away, I waited [...]

    10. Claimed by Shadow3.5 StarsWith various vampires, mages and fae all vying for control of her newly acquired powers, Cassie Palmer is, herself, on the trail of the vampire she holds responsible for the deaths of her parents. To make matters worse, the rival for her abilities is determined to destroy the competition by any means necessary including traveling back in time to dispose of the powerful and sexy master vampire who has always been the one constant in Cassie’s life.***Warning***: Minor s [...]

    11. CLAIMED BY SHADOW was even better than the first book in the Cassandra Palmer Series, Touch of Frost. I am amazed how each book in this series exceeds my expectations. CLAIMED BY SHADOW was a bit different from Touch the Dark in my opnion. We are not constantly surround by those wicked hot vampires. Even though we weren't I love it all the same because we are constantly around hot tempered mage, Pritkin.Okay. He has a hot temper but I love that hot temper of his. To be honest I was all for Micre [...]

    12. I came across this book at my library, and it looked interesting enough, so I decided to try it, even though I hadn't read the first one.I really, really wish I hadn't.Warning: Spoilers for the book and Trigger Warning for mentions of rape/non-con/dub-con(view spoiler)[First of all, the main character was an idiot. Cassie had no consistent characterization and she couldn't pick up on the smallest things. Like when she was dragged back to the past for a second time, Mircea said, " at the theater [...]

    13. Cassie Palmer just can't get a break. A week after the events in Touch the Dark and Cassie is on the run from both the vampire Senate and the mages Silver Circle, both either wanting to use her or kill her. But that isn't when where her problems end they just keep on piling up; Myra the crazy sybil and Pythia-wannabe is still trying to kill Cassie and has found a new way to do it, removing Mircea's protection by killing him; she can't trust her unlikely allie the tenacious and slightly crazy war [...]

    14. Claimed By Shadow was a vast improvement over Touch The Dark. The pacing and action still moved at a breakneck crazy pace, more so than book 1, but I enjoyed this, mainly because Chance did not seem so focused on torturing readers with excessive inner monlogues, explanations, and world-building info dumps. I liked Cassie in this book and, as long as I not getting the books mixed up in my head (I knew I should have reviewed these right after reading each), I think I fell for Cassie when the kids [...]

    15. No, de jó, hogy nem ötöst adtam az elsőre! Ez sokkal jobb volt, legalább hatos. Amikor belelendültem, le sem tudtam tenni. Ha Pritkin így marad, nagy szerelem lesz. Az egyetlen uncsi rész a csaj szüzessége volt. Ha nem buszon ülök, hát hangosan fohászkodni kezdek, hogy veszítse már el, az ég szerelmére, mer' idehalok (és nem az aktusról beszélek, hanem arról a rengeteg tipródásról, amely az eseményt övezte). No, de hál' a jó égnek, megtörtént, most aztán senki se [...]

    16. This book dragged, much more than the first. A lot of things explained, a lot of questions asked. But I do understand why it had to be done. It is just sooooooooooo long; you keep reading praying something good will come soon which it does. But the boring stories, explanations in between I could have gone without. It’s not a bad read. A lot more action than actual romance.A lot of people have said the first 2 books are longish, and do drag on but the next 2 are fantastic. I do hope they are co [...]

    17. I found parts of this storyline to be fabulously interesting, but others to be choppy. It was like there were holes in the story at times that left me confused for a pargraph or two until I could re-acclimate to what was going on. It might just be the author's style? Perhaps it's just me? I don't know. I still plan to read the next book in the series, I just don't want to have to take any dramamine before I read it ;)

    18. Damn it, i don.t have book 3 on the phone! The only thing i don.t like in this series is the ending! If i had to wait for the books to come out it would drive me insane!

    19. This book picks up where the last one left off with Cassie diving head first into a paranormal world of action, adventure and some (though not nearly enough) vampire lovin’. The author introduces us to a few new interesting characters too.Did you all know the famed Casanova was an incubus? Me neither but it seems to make a lot of sense. He stirs up trouble when he tells Cassie a secret about Mircea that disturbs her greatly and changes their budding relationship and may be far more dangerous t [...]

    20. RATING: barely 3 stars.Okay this series just isn't doing it for me (lol). No really. The author sets a plotline at the beginning and then instead of a linear story we get huge conversations/ info-dump moments interlaced with fast and furious action just as if the author remembered suddenly that ah! I have a story to get to, can't waste any more time with chitchat. Plus all the action seems kind of meaningless because most of the times it doesn't even advance the story that much (SPOILER - like t [...]

    21. Once again, I loved it. Especially Pritkin, because as much of a pain in the behind he is, he is an awesome character.The story was once again well-developed and kept its confusing twists back and forth as in the first book, though Cassie could have guessed a few things a little bit earlier - maybe. Either way, in my opinion, it worked well.The background of the whole world and the history behind the relevant characters was once again nicely planned out as well and there were quite a few interes [...]

    22. WOW. WOW. WOW.Book One absolutely sucked, but since I'd heard fabulous things about the series, I decided to buy the second book as soon as I got some spare cash. I waited too long. This is one of the best UF books I've ever read, thanks to one thing: John Pritkin, god of hawtness XDThe plot was a tad bit confusing at times, what with the changes to the timeline and all, but overall very satisfactory ;) Except for the parts with Tomas. I thought we'd gotten past that lump of dumbness, but no, Ca [...]

    23. Excellent book. It has been a while since I have read a 'so good you can not put it down' book, but this one qualified!!This book takes up right where the first, 'Touch the Dark' left off. We follow Cassie on an action filled adventure in her attempt to avoid becoming the new Pythia. The book starts off with breathtaking action and never lets up, right to the ending. The author worked out the few wrinkles that hindered her first book -- no long winded vamp politics to bore us this time around!! [...]

    24. I loved the middle half of this book. One scene made me a bit uneasy so it got downgraded to just a like for me, but I am keenly interested to read more! Watch my video review

    25. I'm stopping this series here. I'm not a big fan of time travel stories. There are exceptions to this rule, mainly so the heroine can go back in time and see hunky Scotsman. But traveling to the past to change it is not for me. Also the info dump. It was bad in the first book, but I thought it would get better. It doesn't. I'd recommend this book for fans of pnr or uf who don't mind time travel and a slightly insipid heroine. My two stars go to Micera, who was my favorite part of both books.

    26. Honestly, I'm only putting this on my list because I'm getting desperate for Dory and I might need something to tide me over. Even though I'm probably just going to be really madKaren Chance will you just PLEASE get a move-on with Dory 4!!!!

    27. Any day that stars off in a demon-filled bar in a casino designed to look like Hell isn't likely to turn out well. - CassieClaimed by Shadow has always been a favorite entry of mine in the Cassandra Palmer series. OK, so it's book two. But Chance hits everything right! Gosh it feels so good! The pacing is perfect matching the present day scenes with time travel perfectly! This is the title that will show readers what this series has to offer with some of the best time traveling plotting ever. No [...]

    28. Cassandra Palmer escapes the Senate with a duffel full of weapons only to be attacked by the Circle. Pritkin and Cassie are forced to become allies due to a common goal-although she never truly trusts him. Besides Pritkin, Cassie is helped by Billy the ghost and Mac, a tattoo artist mage. Cassie’s Pythia powers drag her into the past to save Mircea from Myra who is set on making sure Cassie never lives to get her powers. By going into the past, Cassie accidentally sets the geis, a bonding spel [...]

    29. Claimed by Shadow had a slow beginning where Cassie is attempting to get to Myra via help from Pritkin and others. Cassie is hampered and frustrated by the power and spell of the geis.If I had taken the time to read this book straight through I would have been more satisfied. If you put it down and pick it back up you would have to re-read several preceding pages to see if Cassie was in her body or someone else’s, or is it the present time or past, or who was camping in her body when she was i [...]

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