Genevieve Scelan thought she was done with magic.
She was wrong.
Sure, six weeks earlier Evie—bike messenger, supernatural tracker, and avid Red Sox fan—had been instrumental in bringing down the Fiana, the organization of magicians that had ruled Boston's undercurrent for hundreds of years. But now they were gone, Boston could breathe easy again, the Sox had a chance at the pennant, and Evie was ready to relax.
Except it turns out that when you take down the guy on top, everyone assumes you're going to fill his spot, and now Evie finds herself at the center of a whole lot of unwelcome magical attention. On top of that, a new client needs her to call up a family ghost and ask about a stolen inheritance; Evie's friend Nate has a supernatural problem of his own; and a legendary pack of hounds has been terrorizing Boston's undercurrent. And try as Evie might to deny the legacy that runs through her blood, when the Hunt is called, the Hound must run . . .
“WILD HUNT continues to showcase [Ronald’s] talent for combining drama, chills, and hilarity into a compulsively readable caper . . . Crammed with plots, characters, and heady descriptions, [WILD HUNT] can make you a little dizzy at times, but treasureseven revelationsawait those who don’t mind a bit of exploring.”
New York Times bestselling author Marjorie M. Liu “loved, loved, loved” Spiral Hunt, the smashing debut novel by exciting new urban fantasist Margaret Ronald. Now bike messenger and supernatural tracker Evie Scelan is back in Wild Hunt—and off on another action-packed paranormal adventure through the flames of mythology and Boston’s magical undercurrent. In Wild Hunt Evie “The Hound” goes head-to-head and claw-to-claw with a devastating werewolf nightmare, the terrible Gabriel Hounds of darkest legend. Jim Butcher fans take note: if you haven’t yet met Evie—or Margaret Ronald—this is your opportunity to experience the most exciting contemporary fantasy series since Kim Harrison, Charlaine Harris, and Vicki Pettersson burst onto the scene.