Series: Boundary Magic

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Jun 22
Boundary Born (Boundary Magic #3) by Melissa F. Olson (review)

Boundary Born (Boundary Magic #3) by Melissa F. Olson (review)

I liked that we got to know more about Quinn’s past in this book. We finally find out how he became a vampire, and a bit about his family. We also learn more about Lex’s birth family, and more about boundary magic in general. I like Lex, but it bugged me a bit that she’s still not relying on her magic the way she should. Her first instincts (and sometimes second ones too!) are still to attack or react like a normal non-magical human. She has to be reminded that she has other ways she can deal with things now…. Read more »

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Sep 29
Boundary Lines (Boundary Magic #2) by Melissa F. Olson (review)

Boundary Lines (Boundary Magic #2) by Melissa F. Olson (review)

I’m really loving this series! The first book concentrated mostly on witches and vampires, while this book concentrated on witches and werewolves. There was still a lot of vampire moments, but they weren’t as prominent in some ways as the previous book. I sort of liked Maven in the last book, but you don’t really get to know her well. She played a bigger part in this one, and I really ended up liking her. I also love how Lex and Quinn’s relationship is going. Simon and Lily are central characters again as they try to help Lex figure out… Read more »

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May 24
Boundary Crossed (Boundary Magic #1) by Melissa F. Olson (review)

Boundary Crossed (Boundary Magic #1) by Melissa F. Olson (review)

From the first few pages, my attention was grabbed. You think it’s going to possibly be something slow, or not super interesting at first. Lex is working in a retail store and hears a couple talking about what kind of diapers they need to get. But when she approaches them to help, she realizes they’re kidnappers. How does she know this? Her niece is in the babycarrier on the floor by the couple, and she does not know them. There’s magic, vampires, mentions of werewolves (though no actual werewolves in this book), suspense, action, and a touch of romance. I… Read more »

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