Moning's "Shadowfever": Read-alikes

Fans of Karen Moning's bestselling paranormal thriller Shadowfever (book 4 in the ongoing "Fever" series) have a few good read-a-like options. NoveList, a readers' advisory database that MMSCL patrons can access for free online, recommends:

Shadowplay by Tad Williams
If you like epic fantasy fiction that goes beyond battles between good and evil and beings with special powers, you may like both Shadowfever and Shadowplay. In both, the protagonist discovers a family secret that prompts him (or her) to seek revenge. This is book 2 in a series; if you're a stickler for reading books in order, start with Shadowmarch.

Belladonna by Anne Bishop
If you like steamy fantasy fiction in which a strong female protagonist must fight the forces of evil, you may want to read both Shadowfever and Belladonna. In order to combat evil, both women possess supernatural powers. This is the second book in a two-book set; consider starting with the first book, Sebastian.

Acheron by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Acheron and Shadowfever are both fantasy quests that are part of larger series. Both have elements of romance, and in each of these titles a female protagonist seeks to understand and solve an ancient mystery while fighting forces of evil.

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