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- Publication Date: August 7, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07D1S27J1
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>>> Reviewing “HEX MARKS THE SPOT” by Ani Gonzalez <<<
Staring at the dilapidated Victorian structure, with its peeling pink paint and broken windows, was downright depressing. The gargoyle glaring down from the second floor ledge was a nice touch. Not even the bright daffodils made it feel welcoming. Claire Delacourt’s black Chihuahua hellhound, Pookie, suggested she just ignore what it would cost to fix this place up and just concentrate on saving the world. As a badass-death witch-necromancer, she would be just fine here, right? Even though this house had a long history of being dangerous to her family going back a hundred years or so. As Elizabeth Hunt, her real estate agent, took her on a tour inside, she mentally tallied up the cost of repairing all the damage! She was able to see things that a non-magical person could not, such as the glowing runes carved on the counter and the pentagram carved into the wood floor. Power was rising and electricity was crackling. Then Elizabeth’s cell phone rang and she had to leave.
Claire and Pookie felt the danger and started to gather a few things to make weapons. She felt the tendrils of darkness, but since “this thing” wasn’t dead, she had no idea how to fight it with her necromancer skills. Pookie tried, but it was not a demon and he got swallowed up in the dark tendrils. Then her garden gnome came to life with her ancestors’ magic, but it also got swallowed up. Suddenly the gnome crawled out of the darkness and into the undergrowth. Next Pookie came out and yelled, “Run!”
Locking themselves in the dining room gave momentary protection. There was still nothing to defend with, and the black tentacles pushed at the door and windows. When it broke in and surrounded them, Claire fought wildly with her magic and Pookie shot a bright blue electric charge into the monster. With screeches, it suddenly disappeared! They had defeated an elder god, an “Old One”, which was quite an accomplishment. A glittering Kanata, a Japanese sword, was lying next to her and that had been what brought them victory. It appeared she had summoned a ghost as well and he was standing in the doorway!
This story never stops its action! One crazy event after another happens, and Claire and Pookie just take it all in stride and hope for the best! It’s snarky and funny, and the reader won’t want to stop reading this action-packed tale! And the best part is that you have 21 additional awesome stories to read when you finish this one!
>>> Reviewing “CASSIDY’S TOUCH” by Paris Brandon <<<
Cassidy Spencer had the ability to “read” people through any object they had touched. Her reality show was based on this talent. The last guest on Cassidy’s final show – until her contract was renewed for the next season -- did not reveal his identity or any details about the object he wanted her to “read”. He gave her a diamond ring to touch and she saw a tall, thin man with a tattoo and bad teeth obtain the ring by cutting off the woman’s finger while she was alive and screaming! Then he stabbed her to death! Her guest turned out to be the lawyer representing the woman’s husband. The husband had been a suspect – but he was muscular, shorter, and in good health, obviously not fitting the description Cassidy gave. She could identify the real murderer. But getting visions of such intense violence put her in severe pain and the director cut away to a commercial while she recovered enough to run into her dressing room with a bloody nose.
Cassidy changed and started to leave when the director told her the producer wanted to see her. Fortunately, she had a clause in her contract to protect her and told him her contract with them was up and they had to go through her agent with any questions. She then made the 10-hour drive to the old Victorian in Kansas City that her Aunt Maude had left to her when she died. No one knew she owned it, and she would find peace and quiet there.
Cassidy took a tepid shower – the house wasn’t air conditioned and she needed to cool down. But as she exited the shower stall, she thought she saw a shadow in the corner that disappeared quickly. She figured the lights must have flickered. Back in her warm room, she felt a cold chill on her skin, and again a shadow flickered across her vision. Then a voice rasped, “Are you Cassidy? Maude said you could help me.”
Cassidy’s ghostly visitor talked with her about the little he knew of his situation. She was going to have to use her psychometric ability to find the handsome bootlegger’s body before the witch who cursed him does – or he would be enslaved to a demon forever. Chance Coraggio had no memory of what happened to him, nor did he realize he had been asleep for almost 100 years! He couldn’t really help very much. But both of them are now bound by the curse and must solve the mystery of who is coming for them and for what reason!
This is a really good story, very descriptive and putting the reader right in the middle of it all. The story line catches attention and moves at a fast pace that keeps the reader intrigued. The tension and mystery are wonderfully handled by the author, and make this is a perfect story for this box set!
Tristan is a very mysterious character in Warren Antiques. He seems to appear out of nowhere but knows so much about Theodore Warren it's made me wonder about that story. Now we finally get it. A Different Kind of War is very different from the rest of the series, but as complex, as the world is, fits right in.
We get to see a very different version of Poppy than the one we learn about through the rest of the series. In this book, he's the hero and warrior we see flashes of through Daisy's eyes.
Abshire answers a lot of questions about Tristan in this book, while at the same time, doesn't lose the "James Bond" feel of the character. I was already falling in love with Tristan, and now I just want more.
A Different Kind of War is full of action and twists you're not expecting. Abshire creates edge of your seat situations, making you wonder how Tristan is going to find a way out. You also understand the bond he creates with Poppy that eventually leads to the where we find the Warren clan in the Warren Antiques series. If you haven't already read the series, you're going to want to after reading this prequel. For those of who have already fallen in love with the quirky cast of characters Abshire has created, this will make you appreciate them more!
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