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By Ilona Andrews Yasmine Galenorn Allyson James Jeanne C. Stein | Comments: ( 857 ) | Date: ( Feb 25, 2020 )

Four of the bestselling names in romance and fantasy come together in this collection of thrilling novellas featuring powerful women who know how to handle a hex or two.New York Times bestselling author Ilona Andrews spins Magic Dreams Shapeshifting tigress Dali Harimau finds herself in deep waters when she must challenge a dark being to a battle of wits or risk losingFour of the bestselling names in romance and fantasy come together in this collection of thrilling novellas featuring powerful women who know how to handle a hex or two.New York Times bestselling author Ilona Andrews spins Magic Dreams Shapeshifting tigress Dali Harimau finds herself in deep waters when she must challenge a dark being to a battle of wits or risk losing the man for whom she secretly longs.In Ice Shards, New York Times bestselling author Yasmine Galenorn returns to the Otherworld as Iris Kuusi, a Finnish house sprite, journeys to the frozen Northlands to confront the crazed shadow of her former lover and break the curse that is keeping her from marrying the man she loves.National bestselling author Allyson James takes you to Magellan, Arizona, where Stormwalker Janet Begay and her friends are trapped by a powerful curse It will take every bit of magic simmering beneath her skin for the Stormwalker to survive being Double Hexed From national bestselling author Jeanne C Stein comes Blood Debt, in which bounty hunter turned vampire Anna Strong is visited by three witches who ask her to right an old magical wrong Anna will have to live up to her last name to make it through alive.

  • Title: Hexed
  • Author: Ilona Andrews Yasmine Galenorn Allyson James Jeanne C. Stein
  • ISBN: 9780425241769
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback

About Author:

Ilona Andrews Yasmine Galenorn Allyson James Jeanne C. Stein

Ilona Andrews is the pseudonym for a husband and wife writing team Ilona is a native born Russian and Gordon is a former communications sergeant in the U.S Army Contrary to popular belief, Gordon was never an intelligence officer with a license to kill, and Ilona was never the mysterious Russian spy who seduced him They met in college, in English Composition 101, where Ilona got a better grade Gordon is still sore about that Gordon and Ilona currently reside in Oregon with their two children, three dogs and a cat They have co authored two series, the bestselling urban fantasy of Kate Daniels and romantic urban fantasy of The Edge.

Comments Hexed

  • Sophia Triad

    (This review is only for the story Magic Dreams by Ilona Andrews)Jim likes a girl. The problem is that Jim is too Alpha to make the first move. Moreover as the Pack Leader of the were-cats and head of Security for Curran the Beast Lord, he can be easily accused of taking advantage of his position.Dali likes a boy. The problem is that were-tigress Dali is vegetarian, almost blind and too unattractive to make the first move. A brain with glasses she describes herself.One day Jim is in trouble. Bei [...]

  • Carol.

    I don't normally say this, but People! Aim higher! Not the authors, although that goes for them too. No, I'm talking readers. Ilona Andrews, as always, has an interesting blog post about the 'Cheap, Fast, and Good' phenomenon in publishing (link). You should read it, as I think she offers some excellent insight, particularly the comment, "Research has shown that if a person wants a particular movie or book, they would rather settle for a mediocre book on their preferred topic than buy a better q [...]

  • Blodeuedd Finland

    Since this is an anthology I am going to review the novellas separately.Magic Dreams by Ilona Andrews (Kate Daniels #4.5)In this one Dali and Jim fight together to bring down a Japanese demon. Dali is not a scary shifter, but she does know her magic. Jim is an alpha and they have always been at odds. That is you know they both like each other but never get together. So therefore I looked forward to reading this book knowing it would finally happen. Interesting mythology and in a way I did not fe [...]

  • Angela (Angel's Guilty Pleasures)

    I picked up this Anthology to listen to the novella Magic Dreams (Kate Daniels #4.5) only. I LOVE the Kate Daniels series and have been listening to the books and loving them all over again. Instead of just listening to Magic Dreams I went ahead and listened to all four novellas; Magic Dreams, Ice Shards, Double Hexed, and Blood Debt. This Anthology was interesting and each novella was different and enjoyable to listen too.Magic Dreams - 5 StarsHere we get Jim & Dali, two shapeshiftes in the [...]

  • Jennifer Estep

    Hexed is an urban fantasy anthology that features novellas by Ilona Andrews, Yasmine Galenorn, Allyson James, and Jeanne C. Stein.Andrews's story, Magic Dreams, focuses on Dali Harimau, a shapeshifting tiger, and her quest to save Jim, the man that she loves, when a spider-like demon infects Jim and tries to take over his body. Iris Kuusi, a Finnish sprite, is looking for redemption and a chance to discover what really happened to her former lover in Galenorn's Ice Shards. Janet Begay, a Stormwa [...]

  • Sharon ∞❥ is an emotional book junkie ❥∞

    **only read Magic Dreams**What a cute, sweet story! I went into this thinking I wasn't going to like Dali much but I was so wrong. She is really funny which I wasn't expecting. I loved the names of her cars ~ Rambo and Pooki! Even though there wasn't much physically going on between her and Jim, there still was a lot going on. The big baddy was very interesting and I enjoyed the whole Asian spin on things. Dali's Mom was great too. I really hope we get to see more of them together in future book [...]

  • Mrs. Badass

    June 7thSo far I've only read Magic Dreams, by Ilona Andrews, and that's because I read the Magic Series faithfully. I will probably read the Anna Strong novella, as I've read most of the books, but the others I could give or take.Jim and Dali were fantastic. I love Dali so much. Her insecurities made her all the more endearing, and relate-able for me personally. I've always had a thing for Mr. Tall, Dark and Scary Jim, and I loved his explanation for not acting on his feelings towards Dali soon [...]

  • Elenariel

    Magic Dreams - Ilona Andrews (Kate Daniels 4.5) 4.5*Loved it. I was curious about Dali since her first appearance: she's an unique character, with her physical weakness but a strenght she's not aware of, so I really appreciated this insight on her, the relationship with her mother, knowing how she sees herself and that she couldn't stand Kate, how she tries to be strong for Jim and fighting the impulse to try to gain his attention and not wanting to trouble him too much.I really liked discoverin [...]

  • Melindeeloo

    All four of these authors set magical shorts in the universes of their series: Andrew's Kate Daniels (Magic), Galenorn's Sisters of the Moon, James' Stormwalker, and Stein's Anna Strong. Though I've read at least the starting book of each of the series, Andrews is the only one I've followed religiously but after reading the offerings from James and Stein, I think I may have to pull their other books off the 'to be read' pile. Magic Dreams - Ilona Andrews - Kate's off licking her wounds, and misf [...]

  • Chichipio

    I only read Magic Dreams. Maybe I'll get back to it later and give the other stories a chance.The only problem I had with this story was its length. Too short! Jim and Dali, carrying huge chips on their shoulder have always intrigued me. It was good to finally get a glimpse of their minds.

  • Dee

    I read all of these stories but the one by Yasmine GalenornI will not read her books!!

  • All Things Urban Fantasy

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban FantasyMagic Dreams by Ilona Andrews (Kate Daniels #4.5)A minor character in the Kate Daniels series, Dali proves more than ready for her own series in Magic Dreams. She couldn’t be more dissimilar from Kate, yet she displays the same strength of character and bravery that I’ve come to expect from the women in this series. She’s a tiny, visually impaired, Indonesian woman who shifts into a white Tiger. As a human, she’s about a physically imposing as a [...]

  • (Tori-Smexybooks) smexys_sidekick

    Originally posted at smexybooks/2011/06/revHexed is an anthology written by four of the bestselling writers in the fantasy, romance genre. Action and magic follow four powerful woman as they fight for the men they love.Magic Dreams by Ilona Andrews- Rating: B+Old legends and frightening nightmares came to life in Magic Dreams. The shapeshifting Tigress Dali Harimau finds herself in deep water when she must challenge a dark being to a battle of wits, or risk losing the man she secretly longs for. [...]

  • Cathy

    One of the better anthologies I've read, I really enjoyed three out of four stories. Magic Dreams by Ilona AndrewsA terrific story, as usual from this team. They're smart enough not to try to introduce their entire world or all of their characters, but to focus on two of their fun supporting characters and to give them a great adventure. It felt to me like a story that wouldn't be confusing if you'd never read any of the books in the series, but of course I can't really judge that. As usual, I [...]

  • Lady Jaye

    This anthology was a very mixed bag. I have owned a paper copy for close to a year. I started it and could not even get through the first story. Thanks to a challenge, though, I took the opportunity to make myself read it. Magic Dreams by Ilona Andrews - 5 starsThis was the story I started and couldn't get into. I have no idea why or how because this time around I breezed through it. Jim has a death spell of some kind hovering over his head and Dali must help him figure it out and break it or el [...]

  • Kat

    4 novellas by popular UF authors. Each one featured characters from the authors' ongoing series. I read it for the Ilona Andrews story, but read all four, mostly because I can't stand to pick up a book and not finish the whole thing. I liked the Ilona Andrews story, but had trouble bringing myself to care overly much about the other stories, as the characters and their struggles are unfamiliar to me. They weren't bad stories by any means, I just couldn't seem to care. Here are some highlights:Ma [...]

  • Quinn

    Review and rating only for Ilona Andrew's Magic Dreams and Allyson James' Double Hexed.This is the first time I haven't read all the stories in an anthology. I had the best of intentions, but Yasmine Galenorn's Ice Shards failed to catch my attention, and then I got completely derailed reading the Master of the Universe fanfic (otherwise known as Fifty Shades of Grey and Fifty Shades Darker), and after that experience, I couldn't motivate myself to read Jeanne C. Stein's Blood Debt.Magic Dreams [...]

  • Vickie

    For me, historically, an anthology is one strong story, one reasonably good and the rest rather weak filler. I was highly pleased to find that HEXED happily underexceeded my historical expectations.each and every novella smoked!I was introduced to two new-to-me authors, in that I've heard of them, but not read as yet, Allyson James and Ilona Andrews. I have added their books to the WWBL because of their novellas in this book. Each one kept me up way past my bedtime so I could see what else was g [...]

  • Eilonwy

    **I ONLY READ MAGIC DREAMS! THIS RATING DOES NOT APPLY TO ANY OTHER STORY!**I confess I went into this not really caring that much about a romance between Dali and Jim, so that colored my perception from the start. But I wanted Ilona Andrews to prove to me that there was a good reason for these two to be together. However, the story itself did nothing to get that ship to sail for me. Dali is an intriguing character, but she's maybe a little too "quirky" to really grab me -- she seems in some way [...]

  • Carolyn F.

    Anthology. 2.875 stars. Worth being the book just for the Allyson James and Ilona Andrews stories.1. Magic Dreams by Ilona Andrews. This has Jim and Dali trying to figure out what killed some shapeshifters at an office and what is slowly killing Jim. Dali finally tries to reach out to Jim to give him a hint of her feelings for him. Great short story. ****2. Ice Shards by Yasmine Galenorn. I read a full length novel by this author and didn't care for it. This short story is about people that were [...]

  • Stacey

    Read Magic Dreams by Ilona Andrews. A slice of life about Dali and Jim, told from Dali's POV.4.5 stars So good!!! The interaction between Dali and Jim was great! The big-bad and all the drama that went with it was great as well. Now I really can't wait for the next book because I need more Dali and Jim!!!I've really come to love Dali. All her insecurities about herself and how she deals with them is very endearing. And I got to glimpse a side of Jim I haven't seen thus far. What a wonderful shor [...]

  • Pete

    Ilona's part was the reason I read this and it by itself made the 4+ stars. The other stories were good, but not great; maybe 3+ stars. Dali is my heroine being a kick ass gal despite her handicaps. Her interaction with Jim is great fun to read. If you like Ilona's books, you'll love this story.

  • Ctanner

    I only read the Ilona Andrews short storyThis was a good short set in the word of Kate Daniels. Although Kate is not in the story; it's about Dali and Jim. The story id told from Dali's point of view, which is refreshing. I liked reading about her vulnerability and her feelings for Jim. My only complaint was that I wish the story was told through both Jim and Dali's eyes.

  • Armina

    This goes only forMagic Dreamsby Ilona Andrews.My review: here

  • Kay

    Magic Dreams 4 stars!

  • Regina

    4.5 stars for Magic Dreams.

  • Jen

    Third read-through, October 27-29, 2016I don't really have anything to add to what I've said in the below reviews, but I might up my star rating of Magic Dreams. I'll say more once I finish my reread of it.So I reread Magic Dreams on October 29, 2016, for what is now the 4th time, and it's still *just* a 4-star "very good" story. See my last status update on 10/29/2016 if you want to know why.Review after second read-through, September 2015:After reading over my first review (which you can see b [...]

  • Samantha wickedshizuku Tolleson

    Here's what I've finished so farStormwalker, #2.5 by Allyson JamesI'm kinda weirded out by how similar this was to a Galenorn story.3 stars

  • Dark Faerie Tales

    Review Courtesy of Dark Faerie TalesQuick & Dirty: Four stories of magic gone wild.The Review:Through all the set up for this review, I have had the song lyrics “Here I am, stuck in the middle with you” running through my head. For, just like the last anthology I recently reviewed, all four of these novellas contain characters from already well-established series’. And for the seriously book poor, like myself for example, it is a bit frustrating to not have already read all the previou [...]

  • Shelley

    **Magic Dreams by Ilona Andrews** Rating: 4.0The story is told in the POV of Dali Harimau. Dali is a magic user, and as well as a shapeshifter who turns into a white tiger. She wears glasses because she is partially blind. She loves to race her 93 Mustang she calls Rambo, but crashes more times than not. I like Dali, but wish she would stop comparing herself to others like Kate. Kate is in a league all her own. She is a very smart individual who has a lot going for her. She doesn't have to wield [...]

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