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#1 New York Times bestselling author Ilona Andrews launches a brand new Hidden Legacy series, in which one woman must place her trust in a seductive. Burn For Me Hidden Legacy 1 Ilona Andrews - [PDF] [EPUB] Burn For Me Hidden Legacy 1. Ilona Andrews Early lives. Ilona was born in the. Burn for Me book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. #1 New York Times bestselling author Ilona Andrews launches a brand. .

If she refuses, she breaks the contract, and the business is forfeit. If she fails, she breaks the contract, and the business is forfeit. If she dies, MII gets to recoup their loses, and the business is forfeit. He sat on the floor in front of the bed for the rest of the day. Slews of them. Nevada is a perfect example of this. Mad Rogan, a Prime with off-the-charts magical abilities.

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Mad Rogan, the wealthy and powerful head of House Rogan. Mad Rogan, pure sex walking around on two legs. Mad Rogan, the borderline sociopath. He has the looks, the money and the unimaginable power. Their relationship starts with a kidnapping, involves things like snipers and duct tape, and ends with a juicy promise and lots of pent-up passion. Lots and lots of pent-up heat and unfulfilled desires. Their interactions are hilarious, the dialogue witty and quick, Ilona-Andrews-style, and the promise of things to come is more than enough to keep us fully invested and desperate for the next installment.

I loved their version of Houston, and the quality of their writing made the short world-establishing prologue almost unnecessary. They have a way of including just enough information for the story to function smoothly, never overwhelming the reader, never creating confusion and never ever info-dumping. View all 9 comments. Jun 15, Jilly rated it it was amazing Shelves: If the writing team of Ilona Andrews decided to write an instruction manual on how to use my dishwasher, I would download it, stay up all night reading it, chuckle out loud while my family sleeps obliviously, and highlight all of my favorite parts until the pages were so yellow that it looked like my dogs took turns "marking" it as their own.

In other words, I'm a fan. This book hit every one of the happy spots in the Big Book Map that is located in my brain. It's like one of those old Nintendo Mario If the writing team of Ilona Andrews decided to write an instruction manual on how to use my dishwasher, I would download it, stay up all night reading it, chuckle out loud while my family sleeps obliviously, and highlight all of my favorite parts until the pages were so yellow that it looked like my dogs took turns "marking" it as their own.

It's like one of those old Nintendo Mario games with the world maps that have different levels. Some books can deliver on a few levels, and some books have "game over" written all over them from the start, but very few can make it past all of the bosses and beat the game. I have boys, video games are my life, give me a break! Why so much win? Level One: The main character, Nevada. Nevada is a 25 year old Truthseeker who is the head of her family business, a private investigation firm.

What is a Truthseeker? Someone who can magically tell if someone is telling the truth or not, and can pull the truth from someone even if they are not inclined to talk. She hides the fact that she has this ability because she does not want to get stuck working for the government as a human lie detector for the rest of her life.

Her loyalty is to her family, and her family is awesome and funny. Ilona Andrews knows how to write amazing families. They did so in the Edge series, and they did so in this one.

The grandmother in this series is hilarious. Nevada has a great magical talent, but doesn't have Special Snowflake Syndrome. She is funny and sarcastic, but she is also very likable, loving, and compassionate. She is tough, but not unbelievably kickass- just human.

She is attracted to these extremely attractive men, but is too smart to get involved with them because they are a-holes and psychopaths. Her reactions are actually reasonable and well thought out. I never felt like she was acting like an idiot, and that's a big deal. I think people are too stupid to live in half the books I read, and I think that characters are making dumb decisions sometimes in the other half. Nevada's only questionable decision, in my opinion, was when she kissed Mad Rogan, but at least she also realized it was a mistake.

Level Two: The Setting This was exciting for me because this book was set in Houston, Texas. I live in Houston!!! Also, the world-building was awesome. Blah, blah, blah But, again, Houston!!! Level Three: The Romance Very little!! As I said before, Nevada appreciated the good looks of the sociopaths men around her, but was too smart to get involved.

He probably had to have protective detail when he left the building to fend off all the sculptors who wanted to immortalize him in marble. I'm a known fugitive who likes to set people on fire.

If I get bored, I'll barbecue you for my amusement. Sure, let me get my shoes Level Four: The Sociopaths The men in this book are sociopaths.

There is a bad guy sociopath, Adam, who has the magical ability to catch any noun on fire, and there is the "good" guy sociopath, Mad Rogan, who can move anything with his mind, including buildings off of their foundation.

Nevada is hired to find Adam, and Mad Rogan kidnaps Nevada in order to find out what she knows because he is looking for a relative who is with Adam.

Nevada ends up in a very uneasy partnership with Rogan. Uneasy because he kills with no remorse and hardly a thought. He doesn't even get why this bothers her.

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They have no remorse and no understanding of normal human emotion regarding the sanctity of life. Characters like that are always amusing. If the clouds split open and an archangel descended unto the street in all of his heavenly glory and tried to make Rogan see reason, he would fail miserably and have to pack up his flaming sword and go back to Heaven in shame.

Bonus Level: The Humor This book had me laughing out loud so many times. The duct tape and paper towel bandage - yes, all men instinctively know how to make them from birth; the scene where she slams the door in his face, then opens it, takes the flowers, then slams it in his face again; the "I hate you", "You're okay" interaction But, my favorite laugh out loud moment came toward the end, so I can't spoil it.

I think it was the most original funny scene I have ever read when Nevada stopped Rogan from beating someone up just so that she could beat the crap out of them.

I seriously cracked up at that. This book seriously delivered! Jul 05, Nicole rated it it was amazing Shelves: I've read many books this year over I've given only 11, 5 stars. If that doesn't tell you how good they are and that you check out their books, I don't know what will. Ok, not enough? Let's see, why would this book be worth it?

First, I need you to forget that beautiful hot cover the male model doesn't even look good, for God's sake Now let's see the content: Awesome family.

Yes, this is I've read many books this year over Yes, this is 1 because we rarely see good families in books. However, in this book, they live together: Nevada, her mother, her super cool grandmother, 2 teenage sisters, 2 cousins yes people normally have cousins , and they all live in a warehouse. I don't think I've ever read a book in which the adult MC actually lives with the parents.

And is happy with it. It felt kinda weird even though it's the normal thing to do in my country Thus, I naturally loved this aspect. This girl is amazing!!!! Yes, she might not have the strongest powers, yes she might not be able to use her own magic to kill, but she definitely can handle herself.

He's a bit the anti-hero. The slow burn romance was so hot and just exciting. This is no romance book, though. It has heavy world building, more action, and very little kissing. Anyway, back to Mr. Roger, his interactions with Nevada made me want to pick the next book now. But alas, my tbr list always gets in the way. Yes, he does try to order her around but she stands up for herself. The difference in his behavior comparing to the start is very clear.

After the release of a serum back in that gives humans supernatural abilities, things got messy. Those with great magic abilities pyrokinetic, telekinetic, aerokinetic… pass their abilities to their children the stronger the parents, the stronger the children's magic and therefore, they only marry for power. Each powerful family forms a House, on the head of it, a Prime highest magic rank.

The more magic you have, the richer you are. Grandmother Frida, who is obsessed with hot guys like a teenager, is simply hilarious. I hope she survives this trilogy. Even her mother is cool. Everyone has his own distinctive character.

The book is full of action, mainly shooting people, burning people, and chocking people. I love the sarcasm in the Andrews books. A lot. You only need to know that Nevada is forced to make Adam Pierce, pyrokinetic prime, surrender to his family and Mad Roger needs to find his cousin who is associated with Pierce. I just think Ilona Andrews is so underrated and I wish her books were more popular. So yeah, please try this book! But if UF is not your thing, you don't like alphas and such stuff, this book isn't for you.

View all 28 comments. When I pick up a story from a favourite author I always go into it with high expectations and sometimes that can work against me but this husband and wife team have never let me down and with each new book they consistently hit the ball out of the park. They excel at excellent world building, creating strong female lead characters, sexy heroes and fantastic casts of side characters and that is exactly what they've done again in Burn for Me. I wanted to climb into the book and live there, Nevada would make a great friend although I don't think she'd appreciate me having such a big crush on Rogan LOL.

Nevada is a private investigator in charge of running her family business, they're a small operation and money is tight so Nevada is under a lot of pressure to keep her family stable financially.

She has a close relationship with her mother, grandmother and younger cousins and siblings but as the main breadwinner she has a lot on her shoulders. When she is asked to take on a case against a Prime magic user she knows she has very little chance of succeeding but the money she could earn would make a huge difference to her entire family and it's not like she has much choice other than to accept. As if going up against a Prime wasn't bad enough the case also brings her to the attention of Mad Rogan, an eccentric billionaire and powerful magic user in his own right.

Rogan doesn't play by the rules and he will do whatever it takes to get what he wants, for now it is in his best interests to work alongside Nevada but she knows she can't trust him to have her back if their goals change which makes him trouble. I absolutely loved the world that Ilona Andrews has created, the magical system is well explained and thought out and the idea of the powerful magical families having mob like control over certain areas was a brilliant one.

These families do whatever it takes to protect their interests and to keep their bloodlines pure and it is safer to stay under their radar, something Nevada and her family have always tried to do in the past. Her latest case drags her right into the middle of things though and she's now stuck in an impossible situation.

She isn't powerful enough to tackle the case on her own but accepting help from one family could set the others against her. Nevada is a great lead, she is strong and intelligent, she knows her own mind and she doesn't let anyone get away with pushing her around.

She cares about her family and is willing to risk everything to keep them safe but as much as she would prefer to go it alone she is willing to accept help when she needs it. I loved the relationships she has with her various family members, in fact, the whole family was just so much fun to spend time with. There are some quite eccentric characters amongst them but I mean that in the best possible way and I can't wait to see more of them as the series continues. Then you have Mad Rogan.

What can I say about Rogan apart from that I have the biggest crush on him? Nevada and Rogan don't get off to the best start and considering that Rogan kidnaps her trying to get information that isn't too surprising. Technically I shouldn't like Rogan for that incident alone but oh boy do they have some fabulous chemistry going on between them.

I loved the fact that Nevada didn't instantly forgive Rogan and act on her attraction to him, in fact she is fighting it all the way because she is still annoyed at his behaviour but he's definitely wearing her down and I can't even blame her for that. Rogan is dangerous with a capital D. He isn't the kind of guy who lets anyone close easily and if you're not part of his family then he really has very little interest in what happens to you.

He doesn't have standard morals so if you're not an ally you're automatically a potential enemy and he'll have no reservation about doing whatever it takes to make sure you give him what he wants. However, once he has given someone his loyalty they can trust him to have their backs no matter what. Nevada starts to see that but it's going to take a lot before she accepts that they are anything beyond convenient, and temporary, allies for the length of their current case. I'm incredibly excited about seeing them spending more time together and I'm also looking forward to seeing Nevada start to get more control over her abilities.

I could rave on and on about Burn for Me but if I haven't already convinced you to give this series a try then I don't think anything else I could say will make a difference. This is a fantastic start to the Hidden Legacy series and any future books will be going immediately to the top of my to read pile. I mean NOW!! Burn for Me is up on Edelweiss for review right now guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I should have known that would be impossible - I just can't read anything by Ilona and Gordon Andrews slowly, their books are written to be devoured in one sitting!

I started this before heading to bed again I should have known better! I absolutely love Nevada and Rogan and I can't wait to reread this again before White Hot finally releases I'm actually tempted to read it again now but I figure I should wait at least a couple of months LOL.

To be honest I'm not sure how I held off for 2 years the first time around probably because I knew it would be such a long wait for White Hot to release! This book gets better and better with every reread - like all of Ilona and Gordon's books. They're the Queen and King of UF! View all 45 comments. Review also posted at Fantasy Literature: The husband-wife author team of Ilona Andrews began their new Hidden Legacy urban fantasy series in with Burn for Me.

The initial trilogy is finished and a spin-off series is starting soon, beginning with Diamond Fire starring Nevada's younger sister Cassandra that promises to be lots of fun!

As the powerful and rich sought the serum as a new way Review also posted at Fantasy Literature: As the powerful and rich sought the serum as a new way for their families to gain more power and wealth, others realized the potential it raised for chaos and destruction, and locked it away — too late. The most powerful magical users are known as Primes.

In fact, she does her best to stay under the radar and hide her powers from the world. Rogan is a sexy billionaire with Prime telekinetic powers, sufficient to destroy a city.

He kidnaps Nevada and uses his secondary power of telepathy to try find out what she knows about Pierce. Telepathy was will based. I scooted forward, trying to get as comfortable in my restraints as I could, and liked my dry lips.

The power exercised by magical families and the different types of magical talents were intriguing. We'll take the van and the Barrett. It will hit him before he ever hears the shot. He seems irretrievably damaged at first, but gradually more layers to his personality and past are disclosed. The mystery on which the plot is based was a fairly good one by urban fantasy standards.

I found it less convoluted and easier to follow than some of the Kate Daniels plots. There was an unexpected twist that could have been better handled or foreshadowed, but overall the plot holds together well and is an enjoyable ride with some fun tongue-in-cheek humor and a confident, determined heroine.

I recommend Burn for Me for fans of romantic urban fantasies. The second book in this series, White Hot , is just as good, if not better! The husband-wife author team of Ilona Andrews is starting up a new urban fantasy series as the Kate Daniels series appears to be winding down maybe? Simpler at least at first glance and less complex than the Magic Bites series.

Some people have magical powers due to some scientific mucking around about years ago. Sure, there are a lot of variations in those magical powers. But no shapeshifters no Curran! No vampires, or exotic wacked-out magical non-human or not-quite-human creatures. No magical waves eating up the buildings and turning off your car or gun.

I kinda missed it. Nevada is a reasonably kickass kind of main character, but doesn't rise to Kate's level. Which makes sense; you don't want to repeat yourself too much as an author, but still.

It's interesting that both Nevada and Kate are in the private investigation business. It does fit well in the plot, but a little more distinction would've been nice.

Nevada's magical powers were a fun twist, though. She also has a great family, which really adds a nice touch to the plot. Romantic interest: No Curran! He's hot, and he knows what he wants and goes for it. He seems irretrievably damaged at first, but by the end of the book I felt like I understood who he was, and I'm rooting for him and Nevada. I also liked that the authors are taking their time with this relationship--although there was that one really seriously sexy kiss.

A plus. This one was a little less convoluted and easier to follow than some of the Kate plots. There was an interesting twist that could have been better handled or foreshadowed, IMO.

But overall I really enjoyed it. It held together well. Final assessment: I liked it better than the first Kate Daniels book, Magic Bites , about the same as the second book, but not quite as well as the third. I think the Andrews have learned something about writing books as they've gone alone. Content advisory: Scattered F-bombs and some sexual content kisses only, but. Well, I sucked that book down in pretty much record time. Review to come, when I finish fanning myself.

View all 3 comments. Kate Daniels fans and everybody else. Re-read in Audio this time. Lemme tell ya, Mad Rogan has some mad skills. It's like the author sprinkled crack on the pages, I just couldn't stop reading. I didn't want it to end.

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Seriously, were do they come up with this brilliant, magical stuff? I love the writing, all the humor, the action, the romance and everything about the characters. It's really easy to relate to Nevada, she' Re-read in Audio this time. It's really easy to relate to Nevada, she's such a likable character. She's strong and brave, but also vulnerable.

I adore Nevada's family, especially her grandma! That lady is hilarious!! I hope there's going to be lots of her family in the upcoming books, I enjoy immensely reading about them. Mar 21, Melindam rated it it was amazing Recommended to Melindam by: This statement has never been more true than for this particular book. The story has everything you need and in perfect proportions: Influential families called Houses with powerful magic rule this alternate world and also control territories in Houston, where our story takes place.

Of course, there are the "multitudes" with little or no magic: It was very easy to like the MC Nevada Baylor: I also found Connor "Mad" Rogan a very appealing male lead, despite the suspicions I usually nurture whenever a customary alpha-male-billionaire is around.

He was smart. I mean really smart, not just described as such and, just like Nevada, I couldn't help being fascinated by his brutal efficiency and found his total lack of social skills almost charming.

His character development is handled very well by the authors. At the beginning he seemed to be one-dimensional and step by step we get to see behind his facade and discover his depths.

He also has this self-deprecating sense of humour, which I liked. The secondary characters, members of Neva's family, are a delight to read about and their always being there for each other really gives you this warm, fuzzy feeling all around. The action and the world-building part magic, politics is also well thought-out and built-up. Original Update Well, never judge a book by its cover and all that View all 17 comments. Re-read on May 8, Review also posted at: I think I finally found my casting choice for Mad Rogan.

Rogan and Nevada.

May 8, in preparation for the May 30th release of White Hot. I have no idea what I was thinking when I read this the first time. This time around, I really liked Rogan a lot more. Grandma Frida is awesome. I loved the world-building so mu Re-read on May 8, I loved the world-building so much.

Original post: Maybe more like 3. This was a great first book in a new series. It's an urban fantasy set in Houston. The setting is about present time but we're in an alternate type reality, where science discovered a "serum" in the late s that could bring out a person's latent magic abilities. So now some people can control animals, water, fire, all kinds of various things. The stronger your magic, the wealthier and more powerful in society you tend to be. The rich, notable families marry for genetics.

Our main girl, Nevada Baylor, is a barely-getting-by private investigator who has what she thinks is minor magic.

Her company is family run, but owned by a more powerful company who forces her into a seemingly impossible job. She ends up being to her dismay partnered with Mad Rogan, a loose cannon with past military experience and head of a powerful magical House. He's a Prime, which means he is rated highest in his magical type - and he also might be slightly psychotic.

But he's sexy and of course, Nevada is drawn to him right away and he to her. But they're both hot and unattached, so who can blame them?

This isn't a paranormal romance, but it has a bit of that sprinkled throughout. This is going to be a slow build relationship. Don't be expecting a fully realized romance by the end of this book. But that's a good thing, in my view. I think Ilona Andrews proves they get better and better. There was some great world-building. I look forward to continuing the series. I think this was probably a better first book than the first Kate Daniels book.

I have no doubt that this series will blossom into a kick-ass series similiar to that one but unique in its own way. View all 13 comments. Sep 09, Aisling Zena rated it it was amazing Shelves: I needed a pick me up and this was perfect.

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And once again they weaved their magic and I fell for it! I love this book! Crushing hard on Mad Rogan and Nevada, in the modern vernacular totally shipping them! Nevada Baylor is a strong young woman that's been struggling to keep her family and business afloat. She does her job, tries to uphold the laws and keep the hard earned state of calm her family finally has. Unfortunately for her she's given a case to retrieve a very powerful magic user, a Prime, or forfeit everything she has worked so hard for.

It's suicide but she sees no other option. I absolutely adored Nevada. A strong heroine, absolute loyalty to her family and a very strong sense of ethics, of right and wrong. We are introduced to her family which I also loved and I'm looking forward to read much more of them.

I have such a weak spot for her Grandma!

I wish my Grandmother was like her. Nevada decides on a course of action but guess who disrupts everything by kidnapping her? Mad Rogan is also an extremely powerful Prime and has the same mission as Nevada but for his own reasons.

He decides the best thing to do is to kidnap her and find out what she knows but the whole thing backfires on him. There's a reason he is called Mad and you see it from the beginning. Very imposing figure, dangerously attractive and just plain dangerous.

He's also insanely hot, intense, commanding and swoon worthy to the nth degree. There's undeniable attraction between Nevada and Rogan, the pull and push of their chemistry makes an amazing read I couldn't put down. I wanted to know how they'll catch the bad guy, I wanted to know if they'll get together.

I wanted to read more of Grandma! I kept reading until I devoured the whole book and I still want more. The second book cannot come soon enough! I am fangirling on Ilona Andrews and I'm not ashamed to say it. View all 43 comments. Apr 27, Helen 2. Buddies, who's up for a White Hot BR on the release date??????

Let me know! All those muscles I had been admiring yesterday were just a by-product of his journey toward his goal. And the goal was power.

Raw, lethal power. All of him, his incredible strength, his blinding speed, his flexibility, dexterity, and stamina blended together to achieve an almost feral savagery. Tiny hairs stood on the backs of my arms. It was like watching a god of primal human violence dance, and I couldn't look away. Anyone else feel a little hot and flustered?

Please nobody stone me for heresy when I admit this: Burn for Me is the first and only Ilona Andrews I've ever read. I'm sorry! I'll do better! But color me impressed. Burn for Me contains the sort of pure storytelling and character-building skill that makes you face unapologetic psychopaths and absolutely fall head-over-heels. Exhibit A: Mad Rogan. To get away from your family? I can't really explain it. Nobody's forgiving his homicidal tendencies because Rogan is mad hot.

The Andrews couple infuses his character with a whole lot of spicy darkness but just enough light to melt all readers instantly. The master authoring behind Rogan's character alone convinced me that the Andrews are a winning team.

The whole cast of Burn for Me , major and supporting, is fleshed out in loving detail and complexity. Each character has a depth that makes you constantly second-guess what you assumed upon first introduction. It's hard to guess the true villains and heroes of the story. I especially enjoyed the attention given to minor players. For example, Nevada's family didn't exist purely for advice and support of the main heroine; they all had personal motivations and backgrounds.

Not that I'll ever care as much about anyone like I do about Mad Rogan. View all 15 comments. Helen 2. For more info about what this is, click here. I'm not very good at fangirling, but some books make me want to try. It was so good. The heroine, the villainous antihero, the magic system, the world-building Reading this transported me to childhood again, when I could completely immerse myself in fantasy stories and they all felt real - Except no childhood fantasy story ever had Mad Rogan in it.

Some control the elements, some control minds. Nevada Baylor, a private investigator, has the ability to discern truth. And right now, she's hunting down a powerful pyrokinetic named Adam Pierce who seems to want to set the whole city of Houston up in flames.

Mad Rogan is a powerful tactile who can level large buildings with the same ease that he can peel splinters of a chopstick, layer by layer. You know, while he's at it. The result is a tug-of-war between the various powerful mages, called Primes, with poor Nevada bouncing around between them like a ping-pong ball, as she dodges gunfire, actual fire, mutant turf wars, and the sexual advances of a very attractive, possibly sociopathic telekinetic, all the while trying to prevent the destruction of the entire world.

One of my friends recommended this book when she found out that I love villainous heroes, and Mad Rogan definitely fit the bill in that regard. Goddamn, that man is the type of bad that inspires X-rated fanfiction.

He had some amazing lines, and some super steamy scenes with Nevada. But only one victim matters Dimitri Belikov. Rose must now choose one of two very different paths: honoring her life's vow to protect Lissa—her best friend and the last surviving Dragomir princess—or, dropping out of the Academy to strike out on her own and hunt down the man she loves. She'll have to go to the ends of the earth to find Dimitri and keep the promise he begged her to make. But the question is, when the time comes, will he want to be saved?

Now, with everything at stake—and worlds away from St. Vladimir's and her unguarded, vulnerable, and newly rebellious best friend—can Rose find the strength to destroy Dimitri? Or, will she sacrifice herself for a chance at eternal love?

Last Sacrifice Vampire Academy 6 They come first. My vision was growing dimmer, the blackness and ghosts closing in. I swore it was like I could hear Robert whispering in my ear: The world of the dead won't give you up a second time.


Just before the light completely vanished, I saw Dimitri's face join Lissa's. I wanted to smile. I decided then that if the two people I loved most were safe, I could leave this world. The dead could finally have me. Rose Hathaway has always played by her own rules.

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She broke the law when she ran away from St. Vladimir's Academy with her best friend and last surviving Dragomir princess, Lissa. She broke the law when she fell in love with her gorgeous, off-limits instructor, Dimitri. And she dared to defy Queen Tatiana, leader of the Moroi world, risking her life and reputation to protect generations of dhampir guardians to come.

Now the law has finally caught up with Rose - for a crime she didn't even commit.First, the book cover. They probably heard words …more The cover did not do this book justice and I suspect the person who chose the cover didn't actually read the book. The partnership with the al I loved it! I loved the relationships she has with her various family members, in fact, the whole family was just so much fun to spend time with.

But no magic user should be taken lightly In a world where Magic is the currency that talks and the Houses families with strong magic genes rule the world, Nevada Baylor is a very small fish in a huge pond.

Yes, you heard me: Their interactions are hilarious, the dialogue witty and quick, Ilona-Andrews-style, and the promise of things to come is more than enough to keep us fully invested and desperate for the next installment. She doesn't want the job. For the Release Schedule, which contains complete list of works, click here.