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Bone Magic (Sisters of the Moon Series #7)

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4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Bone Magic is a fabulous entry as master mage Yasmine Galenorn keeps making life increasingly demanding for the three siblings

Otherworld Intelligence Operator Camille D'Artigo is spirit-bonded and married to Smokey the dragon Smokey and Mario the demon fox. She loves both males, but also misses her beloved soul mate Svartan Trillian. Meanwhile the dragon clan demand Smoky chooses them over h...
Otherworld Intelligence Operator Camille D'Artigo is spirit-bonded and married to Smokey the dragon Smokey and Mario the demon fox. She loves both males, but also misses her beloved soul mate Svartan Trillian. Meanwhile the dragon clan demand Smoky chooses them over his human or face consequences. At the same time Camille wonders how Trillian will react to her matings; she and her sisters struggle to locate a new demon general destroying everything.

When her siblings continue the search, the Moon Mother and Black Beast order Camille to come to Otherworld. She is ecstatic as she assumes she will see Trillian. However, as the Equinox arrives, she has a much more complicated scenario awaiting her. The war has gotten hotter and Camille is caught in a ritual that means life and death, but not just for her.

Camille is front and center as her convoluted life gets even more knotted in her latest escapades this time in Otherworld as evil seems one bloody step ahead of her and her siblings. Although it helps to read the previous tales in this super fantasy (see Demon Mistress and Night Huntress, etc.) to better comprehend how far and complex the lives of the D'Artigo sisters have come, Bone Magic is a fabulous entry as master mage Yasmine Galenorn keeps making life increasingly demanding for the three siblings.

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 16, 2009

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1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Don't Like Camille

Don't Like Camille stories, she is self centered and wants to have multiple partners. The stories concerning her are a multiple counterdictions. She was mad at her cousin for learning and using sorcery but her self using Death magic is ok. Her stories are like Laurel...
Don't Like Camille stories, she is self centered and wants to have multiple partners. The stories concerning her are a multiple counterdictions. She was mad at her cousin for learning and using sorcery but her self using Death magic is ok. Her stories are like Laurell Hamiltons Anita Blake series (which I love up til a point then had to stop read they lost their story line)

posted by 2TNWalkers on July 12, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 24, 2013

    It was okey

    I dident like how it just talked about the athor insted of the charector in the prievu thing

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  • Posted April 16, 2012

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    Camille faces a lot of hard decisions and changes in this book.

    Camille faces a lot of hard decisions and changes in this book. There are new opponents to be dealt with, and you wonder how the sisters and their entourage are going to handle everything. You get to meet up with a few of the characters from previous books, and of course meet new ones. Smoky has not been telling Camille the whole truth, and you wonder if he is going to remain by her side. Trillian is back in the picture and has faced hardships from the war. Will he accept that Camille married Smoky and Morio? While Camille visits Otherworld she has to choose if she will do something life changing. Not only is that a big plot point, the triple threat comes to Camille with a proposition that she is not sure if she should refuse. I could hardly put this book down, and this was a re-read from the past. Major kudos to Yasmine Galenorn for writing such a great series.

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  • Posted November 11, 2011

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    A Bewitchingly Super-Fast Read

    I strongly recommend you read this series in order (Witchling, Changeling, Darkling, Dragon Wytch, Night Huntress and Demon Mistress) prior to reading this installment. I vowed to never read this series again due to the unnecessary overly graphic sex scenes (that were totally horrible btw). However, reading the short story in Hexed made me a bit nostalgic to see what the sisters have been up to. Surprisingly, I did enjoy this installment. Camille¿s behavior was not reprehensible like it was in Dragon Wytch. I didn¿t have a hard time skipping through the few sex scenes and just sticking to the actually story. Camile¿s personality was a bit inconsistent with past installments though. In this installment, she is weak personality wise and less confident. She seemed more interested in hiding behind someone else¿s skirt/trousers instead of having them hide behind her, so to speak. Other than Camile¿s slight attitude shift, the story was consistently enjoyable and the sex was not overly outrageous. The author¿s creativity kept the story flowing nicely without ceasing. I flew through this book and look forward to reading the next book in the series Harvest Hunting. I recommend this series to those fellow dark urban fantasy readers.

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  • Posted March 13, 2010

    The Sisters are at it again!

    Fans of the Sisters of the Moon will not be disappointed with this installment to the series. As always the book is from the view point of one of the sisters, in this case Camille the Moon Witch, and entails the solving of a mystery on their way to saving both the Otherworld and our world. Her Alpha lover, Trillian, missing in the last novels, finally makes an appearance again and poor Camille is stuck trying to juggle the 3 men she loves while fighting demons, learning new magic, and living with an ever growing household of characters. We get to spend some more time in the Otherworld in this tale and learn more about the source of some of Camille friends' and her sister's powers and talents. In this installment we even lose one character to the powers of evil!

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