Boundary Crossed (book 1)
While saving her niece from a kidnapping attempt Lex is stabbed multiple times. She shouldn’t be alive. Her heart stopped on the operating table. Then just as the doctor is about to call time of death, it starts beating again.
That’s Lex’s introduction into the supernatural world of vampires and witches. As a boundary witch, a witch who has power over life and death she has never received any training and the leader of the local coven wants to keep it that way. She’s just too dangerous. But she will do anything to protect her niece, even enter into a partnership with the vampires, the vampires who want to see just how powerful she is.
Boundary Lines (book 2)
Something is out of whack in the Old World and the vampires, werewolves and witches are all acting strangely. Someone is messing with the line and with Maven, Colorado’s ruling vampire, in a power struggle she has entrusted her most recent employee boundary witch Lex with sorting it all out.
She finds herself not just walking the line between the supernatural groups and stopping a war, but also dealing with ghosts and an ancient predator that will require the vampires, werewolves and witches to unite if they are to have any chance of killing it.
So much fun. I picked up book one expecting to kill some time while I was waiting for some of my tried and true authors to release books. This series is anything but killing time. It’s completely addictive. Lovers of Faith Hunter and Patricia Briggs won’t be disappointed with these books. They’re great fun and yes, Melissa F. Olsen is joining the list of authors I madly follow.
Orange, Red, Yellow. What it means: YOR-Guide
I like your reviews and we seem to have similar tastes, have been hearing about Melissa F Olson books but not read anything of hers yet. Going on a shopping extravaganza with my amazon vouchers (all I ever want for Christmas is amazon or book vouchers) and adding these to the list.