Books by Karen Kincy

FOXFIRE by Karen Kincy
Released: Oct. 8, 2012

"An enjoyable, mystical coming-of-age, complete with quick getaways, motorcycle chases and no distraction from the already-established, comfortable romance. (Paranormal romance. 13-15)"
Kincy serves up this series entry blessedly free from the Other novels' usual heavy-handed racism metaphors, finally offering the characters a straightforward action-adventure. Read full book review >
BLOODBORN by Karen Kincy
Released: Sept. 8, 2011

"A bridge between paranormals and boys' realism about thugs and delinquents, reminiscent of Neal Shusterman's Dark Fusion: Red Rider's Hood (2005). (Paranormal. 12-14)"
How many metaphors can one werewolf embody? Read full book review >
OTHER by Karen Kincy
Released: July 1, 2010

"Fans of urban fantasy will take interest in Gwen's questioning of her sexuality and marvel at her animal abilities and intimacy, while other readers will find the theme of prejudice applied heavy-handedly throughout. (Fantasy. YA)"
Supernatural activity is back in the state of Washington. Read full book review >