The list author says: "I started this list to help a friend who wanted some pnr/uf book ideas, since she tore through the sookie stackhouse and anita blake books. Most are series books here, but some are stand-alones. I'm updating now, because I seem to always see the SAME books listed everywhere, and i've finally found some new (to me) blood. My new additions are on the bottom. If anyone can reccommend anything else, feel free! I love discovering new authors!"
"Another series by Karen Chance, these take place in Cassie Palmer's world, with some of the same characters. Read the first between books 3 and 4 of Cassie Palmer. I'm thinking they will cross over soon."
"Series about witches, vampires, and shifters. Seph is a great main character, and you actually want to hang out with her. The story moves fast, so you don't feel like you're reading 30 pages of filler."
"Ghost Hunter Mysteries...this isn't the first in the series, but its the one i'm reading. (I'm at a pace of about a book a day) This is more light than the urban fantasy novels, but still scary at times. Another fun one."
"First in a series. She's similar to Sookie in feel...the mix of humor, people, and suspense is perfect if you like Sookie books...but the world is a little different...and Jane has a pretty cool secret."
"People rave about this series, so I have this one in my "to be read" stack as well. Update: I read the first one, and just couldn't get into it. Tons of people love the series though, so I'll leave it up as an option."
"This may be one of the best UF i've read in a while! Gritty, dark (but with some humor) and completely satisfying. The heroine is flawed, and doesn't always have all the answers. The second book in the series, "The Darkest Edge of Dawn," lived up to the promise of this debut. I'm excited to watch the Charlie Madigan character and her friends/allies grow!"
"I saw horrible reviews for this book, but i'm glad I ignored them- I LOVED it! This is to be the first in a series dealing with voodoo, magic, shamans, etc. I get that some people can't get past the dialect and POV shifting, but I think it made for a richer story."
"This has quickly become my FAVORITE series. Mackayla Lane was a normal southern belle, happily vapid, until her sister is murdered in Dublin and she finds out that there is more to her heritage than she once thought, and she quickly learns that life isn't all about being pretty. I like the evolution of Mac, the author's take on the fae, and most of all, the mysterious Jericho Barrons!"