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Reviewed by Samantha Gregory for Readers' Favorite
Wight's Wraith by Kevin A. Davis is the story of Ahnjii Fate, a woman from another planet who finds herself on Earth, specifically Tallahassee. She has tried to make a life for herself, making friends and finding a job at a law office, but she wants to go back home to her planet. She doesn't belong on Earth and only her new friends make it bearable. Her abilities, including the ability to tell when someone is lying, come in useful when she learns that a Wight, a kind of Fae, is enthralling people. Along with her trusty Nightarmor, Khimmer, who protects and guides her, she faces the Fae in order to save her friend Tyler. She has a fight on her hands though as danger is hidden all around her.
Kevin A. Davis has created an interesting story in Wight's Wraith: Book One of the Khimmer Chronicles. Though the story has a slightly slow start, Ahnjii is an intriguing character and a real fish out of water. She is trying to fit in but finds some Earth customs confusing. Her friendship with Tyler and Deanna is well written and they seem to care about her a lot. The use of the Nightarmor was unusual but added a layer to the story. Khimmer is the only connection to her old life. I do think this story would do well in science fiction as well as urban fantasy. It seems to straddle the two genres. The story moved at a good pace and I enjoyed reading it. I would recommend it.