Book 3 in the Olive Kennedy, Fairy World M.D. series

I voluntarily received an ARC of Bloodthorn by Tamara Grantham in exchange for an honest review.


Olive Kennedy doesn't believe in fairy tales.
In a desperate attempt to earn income, fairy world therapist Olive Kennedy resorts to finding clients at the Texas Renaissance Festival. When she discovers the corpse of her client's husband discarded in her booth, she realizes that earning her next paycheck is the least of her worries. Even worse, Olive learns the murderer may be a magical monster from the fairy realm. The fae and their escorts arrive from Faythander to aid in the investigation, but they do not travel alone. Olive must confront the one person she never wished to see again. Kull—her ex.
After months with no contact from Faythander, Olive hoped the magical drama was over. Yet it seems she'll never escape the beings who haunt her nightmares, or be free from the man who took away her happily ever after.
Bloodthorn is a thrilling fantasy for fans of The Kate Daniels Series by Ilona Andrews.


Tamara Grantham has created the perfect adult fantasy series. The Olive Kennedy series combines romance, adventure, and mystery to create a magical story that I can't get enough of. I grow to love these characters a little more with each new book. Seeing Olive and Kull struggle to cope with the loss each of them have experienced made my heart ache for them. I really missed Kull's sense of humor and charismatic personality in Bloodthorn.
I am starting to warm up to Heidel and actually like her. A part of me things she and Brodnik would work well together as a couple. I think she deserves a happy ending after everything she has been through in the past. I can't wait to see how each character's story progresses in the next book.

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"I don't believe in true love. Months ago, a man pledged his undying loyalty to me, only to break my heart a week and a half later. I will never fall in love again."

"Sometimes it's good to experience sorrow," Kull said, gently squeezing my hand in return, "because it makes you appreciate the better times."

"There are always better times. Just as the mountains have peaks and slopes and the waves rise and fall, so life is filled with heartache and happiness."

"Here was an emotion I'd never fully experienced until now, because he loved me for who I was-flaws and all-because he'd seen me at my absolute lowest point and still he wanted me."

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