Sweep in Peace

Sweep in Peace Dina DeMille doesn t run your typical Bed and Breakfast Her inn defies laws of physics her fluffy dog is secretly a monster and the only paying guest is a former Galactic tyrant with a price on her

  • Title: Sweep in Peace
  • Author: Ilona Andrews
  • ISBN: 9781943772322
  • Page: 267
  • Format: ebook
  • Dina DeMille doesn t run your typical Bed and Breakfast Her inn defies laws of physics, her fluffy dog is secretly a monster, and the only paying guest is a former Galactic tyrant with a price on her head But the inn needs guests to thrive, and guests have been scarce, so when an Arbitrator shows up at Dina s door and asks her to host a peace summit between three warringDina DeMille doesn t run your typical Bed and Breakfast Her inn defies laws of physics, her fluffy dog is secretly a monster, and the only paying guest is a former Galactic tyrant with a price on her head But the inn needs guests to thrive, and guests have been scarce, so when an Arbitrator shows up at Dina s door and asks her to host a peace summit between three warring species, she jumps on the chance.Unfortunately, for Dina, keeping the peace between Space Vampires, the Hope Crushing Horde, and the devious Merchants of Baha char is much easier said than done On top of keeping her guests from murdering each other, she must find a chef, remodel the innd risk everything, even her life, to save the man she might fall in love with But then it s all in the day s work for an Innkeeper

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    About “Ilona Andrews

    • Ilona Andrews

      Ilona Andrews is the pseudonym for a husband and wife writing team Ilona is a native born Russian and Gordon is a former communications sergeant in the U.S Army Contrary to popular belief, Gordon was never an intelligence officer with a license to kill, and Ilona was never the mysterious Russian spy who seduced him They met in college, in English Composition 101, where Ilona got a better grade Gordon is still sore about that Gordon and Ilona currently reside in Oregon with their two children, three dogs and a cat They have co authored two series, the bestselling urban fantasy of Kate Daniels and romantic urban fantasy of The Edge.

    408 thoughts on “Sweep in Peace

    • Reviewed by: Rabid ReadsSO. First things first. I had a minor issue with INNKEEPER CHRONICLES #2. Obviously, I still enjoyed the book--very much--but the problem can't go unaddressed, and I feel like I've painted a more negative picture than I intended to. You have been duly disclaimed.I recently had an opportunity to read the opening chapters for an Andrews' work-in-progress. I was told in advance that it was darker than what they usually write, and I mistakenly equated “darker” with violen [...]


    • ►► BR with the eye candy IA Addicts starting November 13, 2015.☆☆☆ Innkeeper Productions proudly present ☆☆☆Why I am an ungrateful IA slave and deserve to be severely punishedI don't think I can ever forgive myself. I am the most contemptible, dishonourable, shameful IA fangirl ever. Yes, I am. When I sold my soul to the IA Gods, I pledged total, complete, eternal allegiance to their greatness. And yet, halfway through this book I was thinking of giving it a 3-star rating. An IA [...]


    • George & Jack, who started out as children with special abilities under the guardianship of their sister, Rose, in the first book in The Edge series (On the Edge) plus a few other characters/friends from the series show up in this one!Full disclosure: George, Jack, & Lark were my favorite characters in that entire series. In fact, they absolutely stole the show and out-shined both of the main characters in the final book,Steel's Edge. And for those of you who (like me) felt like the endi [...]


    • *4.5 stars*I'm an idiot. It's the only explanation that I can come up with to explain how it wasn't until 90% of the way through the book I had a lightbulb moment and realized that I knew 1/2 of the characters from before from way before. I'm blaming the fact that it has been years since I've read an Edge book, but, honestly, there is no excuse. These characters were grown up, more damaged versions of the children that I remembered and loved. I wish that Ilona Andrews gave these guys more of a h [...]


    • Review of the finished ebookThe best thing about the ebook version of Sweep in Peace IS you can read it all in one sitting. The story feels a little different when you are able to immerse yourself in the world over a much shorter timeframe and live in Gertrude Hunt for a few days. The emotions hit harder, the pain is more palpable and the story definitely flows better.Clean Sweep was just a good time going up against the bad guy and getting used to the world of an Innkeeper and the magical world [...]


    • OMG the cover iz sooh pretty :DUPDATE 03 Feb: Chapter 14 part 2 is up! (all links below)I will be periodically updating this review to let you guys know when a new part is posted, or the mood strikes me. ;)Me and this cat have a few things in commonWe really want what we can't have. GIVE IT TO ME. GIVE IT TO ME NOW!-------------------------------------------------------------------------~*~edit#1~*~Anyone who has ever read a book by Ilona Andrews won't need me to tell them how awesome those tale [...]


    • Final review, first posted on Fantasy Literature: Dina DeMille runs a bed-and-breakfast inn that secretly caters to visitors from other parts of the galaxy. The magical, semi-sentient inn can create opulent new rooms and redecorate them at Dina’s wish, with a blithe disregard for the normal laws of physics (what I wouldn’t give to have a house like that!). But Dina is short on both guests and cash, so she’s open to the idea when George, an arbitrator of disputes between different alien rac [...]


    • Re-read 11/12/175 starsChapter 16 part 2 and EpilogueI've realised I've been reading this for a year now! It has finally come to an end and it was magnificent! Huge thanks to Ilona Andrews for sharing this with us. I loved it!Chapter 16 part 1Chapter 15 part 4I don't care about his reasons he's still a manipulative ass. The ends do not justify the means.Chapter 15 part 3Chapter 14 part 1Chapter 13 part 2-3Chapter 12 part 3-4George you make me wanna punch you HardChapter 12 part 2Two chapter part [...]


    • This review can also be found at Carole's Random LifeI absolutely love Ilona Andrews. I have pre-ordered exactly three books this year and guess who wrote two of them? Ilona Andrews. When I know that a new Ilona Andrews book is coming out, I actually plan my reading time so that I will be able to finish whatever it is that I am reading the day before the book comes out. I only get two weeks of vacation time each year and I have seriously debated using a day just to stay home and read their books [...]


    • Five minute review:Surprisingly, I liked this even better than the first, Clean Sweep. I expected a paranormal romance direction and was pleasantly surprised to discover it was the challenge of an interspecies summit. Caldenia remains my most favorite character. Which, of course, is where the Andrews shine. Despite a host of delegates, they manage to create a sense of individuality for many. Well done.World-building worked better for me than in the first book. Multi-world/verse fantasy felt more [...]


    • 1st Read - June 20152nd Read - November 20153rd Read - December 20164th read -October 2017Full ReviewIt's no secret that I'm a total fangirl when it comes to Ilona and Gordon Andrews, in fact I've probably said that at the beginning of nearly all my reviews of their books, and I'm completely addicted to their Inkeeper Chronicles. I love the way these stories are initially posted in free instalments for fans to read online, we get to comment on the story as it's written and I think the feedback r [...]


    • 5 IA Never Fail StarsIt's been months since the events from Clean Sweep and Gertrude Hunt is still in dire need of guests. When Dina gets an offer to host a peace summit between three waring factions she has a decision to make. Accept and risk losing everything if she is unable to control her hostile guests or deny and lose a great chance to boost both, the magic of the inn and her, admittedly, hurting bank account.I enjoyed SiP very much. I liked the slightly darker vibe it had than CS. I enjoy [...]


    • Guys, if you haven't read an Ilona Andrews book, please, for the love of all things sane and holy, GET YOUR PRIORITIES STRAIGHT AND READ HER NOW! Specifically the Innkeeper Chronicles series! Clean Sweep! Sweep in Peace! ALL OF HER BOOOKS!This is, by far, the BEST urban fantasy I've ever read. EVER EVER EVER READ. You're probably thinking, "But, Faye, didn't you say a few months ago that it was Ilona Andrews' Kate Daniels series that was the best you've ever read?" That tidbit was very much tru [...]


    • This is book 2 in the Innkeeper Chronicles.Dina and her awesome magical house that can suck people up, change the decor in rooms, landscape the grounds in an instant redecorating has never been easier! All it takes is a thought and intent. If you are an innkeeper connected to the house, which Dina is, of course. Her magic is awesome. Love Gertrude Hunt (the inn's name)! In this one, Dina gets approached by an Arbitrator named George (apparently he is from The Edge series - crossover!). George is [...]


    • 4.5 StarsI think it's a fairly well-known fact that I'm a HUGE Ilona Andrews fan-girl. I try not to let this influence my reviews of their books, and in fact I think it makes me judge them a little more harshly in some lights, but the fact of the matter is that I just flat-out enjoy their stories. It's hard for me to find serious faults with them. And when I'm having fun, when I'm invested, and when an author can bring out the sort of emotions that Ilona Andrews manages - well, that results in a [...]


    • “I had one chance to impress the Arbiter and I had to improvise.”Caldenia arched one eyebrow.“I saw it in a movie once,” I explained. “It was easy to visualize.”“Was it a movie for adults?”“It had a talking candelabra who was friends with a grumpy clock.”“I see.”Great sequel. So much girl power and action. I definitely had so much fun reading this book and my love for Dina is just getting bigger and bigger. Also, Caldenia is da boss. Love her creepiness. Looking forward t [...]


    • 1.) Clean Sweep ★★★★Apparently, Jack, George, Gaston, and Lark/Sophie are all from IA's other series The Edge. I haven't read this series yet, but going off my friend's reviews this is either going to make you very happy or completely turn you off of this book! I am kind of scared to read it, but I loved Sweep in Peace so maybe I'll dive in one day when my stacks of "to reads" isn't touching my bedroom ceiling. Oh, and I also think you will be able to read this for free on IA's website, [...]


    • 2.5 stars - SpoilersNot as fun as the first book, the story wasn't as interesting and Dina wasn't as likeable, also George's presence irritated the heck out of me. Good points:-Loved Orro, he was so hilariously melodramatic and was by far the best thing in the story. -Loved the setting of the inn and the whole magic system, not to mention all the various species and planets that were shown, the world was just a lot of fun to immerse into.-Jack, Gaston and Sophia's presence, they didn't play big [...]


    • There was a series that Ilona Andrews wrote called The Edge series.On the Edge It had two young brothers, George and Jack, that were sweet, adorable, and each troubled in their own way. We watched them grow-up during this series, and we all wished there would be more books that showed us what became of them - especially since another child, Lark, was added into the mix. She was also a work in progress. Well, those characters show up in this book. Yay! Right? uh, no. Not yay. This book is a case [...]


    • *rates book*ks in closetlooks under bedts down and sighs in relief I escaped an attack for giving an Ilona Andrews book an average rating.I was 'floored' by the first book in the Innkeeper Chronicles, Clean Sweep. It was cute, so unique nothing else came to mind that resembled it, fun in the potential future romance department, adventurous, just plain good. Now we have a much wanted-sequel, but here the brush bristles fell a little flat.Don't get me wrong - it's "good". It's still unique and inv [...]


    • This is such a clever series. I love the world building and I think I have said before I want an inn like Dina's!!! Just imagine what you could do with it.To me the best part was the crossover by several of the characters from another series "The Edge" most importantly George and Jack. They are older now and considerably more dangerous but it is kind of nice to see what they grew up into.Bring on the next instalmenton:)


    • Now we are getting somewhere I loved the second instalment of the Innkeeper Chronicle series. Apparently this series ties in with a series that The Andrews' wrote called "The Edge" where some of the characters who were children in that series are now adults. However, if you are like me and are a Ilona Andrews novice, never fear! You wont lose anything by not knowing the characters Although it will be interesting to read the other series to understand their story better.Dina is back in the second [...]


    • Excellent series! Ok, in the small town of Red Deer, Texas a lot of unusual things are happening in the Gertrude Hunt B&B. In the middle of it stands a cute little blond innkeeper with a broom and her little Shih Tzu.But, she's not a regular innkeeper, she has magic. Her guests aren't regular either. One is an assassin with a huge price on her head and most of the rest of them are vampires.Although there are a lot of terrific characters in this book, I think my favorite is the inn, Gertrude [...]


    • "es que lo quierooooooooooooo."fun. a little less fun than the first one, but that's the challenge of serially-produced fiction, i guess.even dickens published a couple mushy chapters in a row now and again.



    • This sequel to “Clean Sweep” sees innkeeper Dina alone at her inn trying to figure out what she can do to get more guests and sustain her future as an innkeeper, as well as her beloved, living inn. When a man appears and asks her to host a dangerous conference, but for a large sum of money that would help make ends meet, as well as perhaps bring peace to a corner of the galaxy, Dina says yes even though many others have turned him down. This had a TON of world building and lots of palace int [...]


    • The fact that Ilona Andrews publishes this series as a free serial on her blog is such a lovely gift to her fans. It’s a gift, though, that I choose not to take advantage of, simply because I don’t have the patience for a serial. And just as with Clean Sweep, I am so very glad that I waited to read this story all at once. I loved it every bit as much as the first book, maybe even more.It’s been five months since we last saw Dina and the Gertrude Hunt Bed and Breakfast. It’s been a bit lo [...]


    • 4.35 stars! I finished it!sooo good! I'm not gonna spoil the story (but some little things)I feel like Dina is growing more intelligent and practical. I like her reasoning: “Do you believe in destiny, Dina?”“No.”“Why not?”“Because (view spoiler)[six years ago something took my parents. It ripped them out of my life and made themdisappear. I can’t believe that after everything they’ve gone through and everything they have done, thatwould be their destiny. I refuse to let their e [...]


    • This came out six days ago and I've already read it twice due to an acute attack of cross-over ecstasy, which is a serious medical condition. The symptoms of this attack included hyperventilation and repeated shouts of "no fucking way!" This reviewer has not suffered such a serious case of cross-over ecstasy since 1991, when Ambassador Spock made an appearance during the "Unification" two-parter on Star Trek: Next Generation. And no, I am not revealing which books/characters cross over, only tha [...]


    • Still a lot of fun. Love the world(s), love the creatures, love the intergalactic warfare and chaos, love Dina too. This is a book I will revisit for years to come because it's just that much fun.This series is quickly becoming one of my favorites for reasons I don't quite understand because it isn't without faults, and those faults are exactly the kind of tropes and cliches I normally don't care for in other urban fantasies of this kind. But there's just something about the Andrews' writing. Th [...]


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