Stealth Magic 401 (Hellkitten Chronicles, #4)
Stealing an ancient artifact is a strange test, but going up against her family and the law adds a new level of difficulty.Imara wants nothing more than to find a different course, but Stealth Magic gives her the credits she needs to stay on track and there aren’t any other options rearing their heads.Stealth Magic is not what she thought it would be, and the idea of breaking into a home to rob an ancient artifact for her final exam was a little daunting. Luckily, Imara has friends who are going to help her through training, some old and some new.Through some work with the XIA, she finds a tutor for her training, and a place to do it. Ritual Space offers her a welcome and the inhabitants set themselves to the monumental task of her training. The exam is getting closer and time is a factor.Mr. E just likes chasing the enchanted bunnies of Ritual Space.

Stealth Magic 401 (Hellkitten Chronicles, #4) Details

TitleStealth Magic 401 (Hellkitten Chronicles, #4)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJan 21st, 2018
PublisherSea to Sky Books
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GenreFantasy, Novella, Magic, Paranormal, Urban Fantasy

Stealth Magic 401 (Hellkitten Chronicles, #4) Review

  • Ann aka Iftcan
    January 1, 1970
    The latest short story in the Hellkitten Chronicles by Viola Grace. In this story Imara and Mr. E her hellkitten familiar are studying how to enter anywhere for the purpose of either stealing or assassination. For class purposes, it's break into one of the Halls (aka dorms) and steal an artifact of some kind. In this one we get to visit with Benny and her guys again as well as take another trip to Ritual Space which was fun. And can I just say--I love the magic bunnies in Ritual Space a lot.Ms. The latest short story in the Hellkitten Chronicles by Viola Grace. In this story Imara and Mr. E her hellkitten familiar are studying how to enter anywhere for the purpose of either stealing or assassination. For class purposes, it's break into one of the Halls (aka dorms) and steal an artifact of some kind. In this one we get to visit with Benny and her guys again as well as take another trip to Ritual Space which was fun. And can I just say--I love the magic bunnies in Ritual Space a lot.Ms. Grace does her usual excellent job with a short story, avoiding the whole "rushed" feeling you sometimes get with some authors.
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  • Emma Fearon
    January 1, 1970
    Wonderful series, all recommendedI am such a can of the Hellkitten series! They really all have to be read in order, but that's no chore. The writing is quick and concise, the characters are wonderful and Imarra is a great heroine.
  • Kim Holland
    January 1, 1970
    Hellkitten 401I liked this book but I wish that it was a little longer. Viola Grace does it again. Can’t wait for the next one.
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