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    Jenna Wolfhart(Author)

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Wanted: Magically Armed and Dangerous.Ever since my parents died in the demon war, I’ve paid my way through life by using magic to con people. It’s not right, but a girl’s gotta do what she can to survive.Unfortunately, my latest con has left me smack dab in the middle of a murder scene. Now, a coven of angry mages thinks I’m the killer. In order to clear my name, I have to team up with an infuriatingly sexy warlock whose powers are far darker than he admits. Throw in a string of related murders and a vexed vampire clan, and I’m up to my eyeballs in danger.But that's not even the worst of it. When I get too close to the real killer, he casts a life-threatening curse on my grandmother. Before, I just wanted to save my own butt, but now I’ll do whatever it takes to track him down—even if it means following him through monstrous dimensions.Because I don’t play nice with magic. And when you mess with Grandma, you become #1 on my shit list.
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  • PDF | 320 pages
  • Jenna Wolfhart(Author)
  • CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (1 Jun. 2017)
  • English
  • 2
  • Science Fiction & Fantasy

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  • By Jz on 7 June 2017

    A good start to an interesting new series by debut author Jenna Wolfhart. I liked the story theme and thought it was a good choice to go with and like the ways that Jenna has switched up the usual witch theme.Zoe was a great main lead, she's not perfect and she doesn't live life by the usual rules, but that's partly because she needs to do certain things to be able to survive. I personally like my main characters to have a flaw to them as that makes them more real to me and I liked Zoe's flaws. She did irritate me just a bit with the way she reacted to Dorian and wouldn't open up to her best friend, when her friend had told her something big about herself. However I do think that part of that may have been the growth of the character and hope in the next book she's a bit more mature about those things.Overall I enjoyed the book and am looking forward to reading the next one in the series when it comes out. This book has created a nice overall story arc of which I think may take a few books to develop to its conclusion and I'm looking forward to reading all of those and seeing where the author takes us on the journey.

  • By Kindle Customer on 5 June 2017

    When i started reading i thought it would just be a another standard story but it's soo much more! I really recommend you to read it and enjoy !!!

  • By Bianca.S on 27 July 2017

    First book in the series and off to a flying start. I find myself wishing for a POV now and again, but am glad for the slow burn in romance. Looking forward to the next book to see where this go.

  • By Malc Davies on 15 August 2017

    Always a nice surprise to find a new author. Having now read the book Jenna Wolfhart is definitely one I will be following.She has produced some excellent characters with a storyline to match. Zoe, almost predictably is a sassy but good hearted heroine with secrets to be revealed as the story progresses.The characters Dorian and Vincent are ideal foils for her quirky sense of humour.Great action from start to finish. No spoilers so nothing more about the plot only to say it has some surprises as you keep reading.Loved the book and looking forward to the next in the series.

  • By Alexandra B on 13 June 2017

    I really enjoyed reading this book, and couldn't put it down.The story isn't the classical one, and it doesn't start as if it was.Zoe is far from perfect, but well, she didn't choose to con people by simple pleasure. She would have prefered her family to be complete, her grandma to be herself and she would have loved to be the average -or not so average- college student. Life decided otherwise. Now she has to work at night, and to con people to put some food on the table, and a roof above her and her grandmother's heads.So when she is accused of murder, she simply doesn't understand. Yes, she does what needs to be done, but she never harmed a human being. She still has some key values.Hopefully, she's not totally alone in this. Dorian -a sexy and mysterious warlock- believes she didn't do it, and is willing to track the person who's really behind the murders. With Zoe, they make a strange team, not really trusting each other, but having each other's back. Until some secrets are revealed... With treason lurking somewhere, it's difficult to know who you can rely on...Will burried secrets kill Zoe's chance to prove her innocence? Will their attraction be stronger than their differences? And, in front of great danger and war perspective, will Zoe's weak bone powers reveal to be something else, something more, something important even?Acceptance and trust may be the key... and if not, they might be Zoe's downfall...A badass heroin, a sexy partner, a mysterious grandma, good friends and the start of an epic story... What else could you ask for?The pace is great, and I loved that some secrets were left to discover at the end of the book.Really, you should read this book... I can't wait for the sequel to come!

  • By mick lloyd on 18 June 2017

    Absolutely fantastic. Teases a wider world. Plenty of room for expansion, multiple books coming? I hope so. I find it hard to believe this is Jenna's first novel.


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