Author Amy Lane on what makes Green’s Hill so special #Quickening #LittleGoddess #UrbanFantasy
If you're a fan of urban fantasy and you haven't read Amy Lane's Little Goddess series, you MUST check it out. The series has a lot of similarities to Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake series, but without the retina-burning horror elements and the out-of-control menage. Little Goddess is what Merry Gentry could have been. Don't let that fool you into thinking this series is "safe". Vulnerable (the first book in the series) will break your heart, and each new book after it will shock you in ways you can't predict. But that's what makes this series dynamite. Author Amy Lane is here today with some personal perspective into what makes Green's Hill (the series' home base) so very addicting.
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