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Irresistible Magic (Crescent City Fae: Book 2)

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Willow and her friends are back and their mishaps provide some h

Willow and her friends are back and their mishaps provide some hours of joy and pleasure. Now, it seems everyone is after Tal's new drug that provides extra-strenght to humans and he even gets abducted.

Willow is starting a new romantic relationship with Talisen but D...
Willow and her friends are back and their mishaps provide some hours of joy and pleasure. Now, it seems everyone is after Tal's new drug that provides extra-strenght to humans and he even gets abducted.

Willow is starting a new romantic relationship with Talisen but David is too close to not think about him.

I confess I'm a fan of David and the betst part in this book, for me, was when David finally reveals the reasons for choosing his turn to vampire. I hope Willow will get back to him!

posted by SoniaF on January 27, 2014

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1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Disappointed. Well written, but really hate where the storyline

Disappointed. Well written, but really hate where the storyline went with this book. The main character ends up dumping the good guy for the self sacrificing vamp...Gee, why does that sound familiar. It's too bad because a fairy love story was new and exciting. Not sure...
Disappointed. Well written, but really hate where the storyline went with this book. The main character ends up dumping the good guy for the self sacrificing vamp...Gee, why does that sound familiar. It's too bad because a fairy love story was new and exciting. Not sure if I'll be purchasing the next book.

posted by 2439916 on December 17, 2013

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  • Posted January 27, 2014

    Willow and her friends are back and their mishaps provide some h

    Willow and her friends are back and their mishaps provide some hours of joy and pleasure. Now, it seems everyone is after Tal's new drug that provides extra-strenght to humans and he even gets abducted.

    Willow is starting a new romantic relationship with Talisen but David is too close to not think about him.

    I confess I'm a fan of David and the betst part in this book, for me, was when David finally reveals the reasons for choosing his turn to vampire. I hope Willow will get back to him!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2014

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    A little heavy on the violence but other than that, I enjoyed it!

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  • Posted September 1, 2014

    Light, entertaining with enough adventure and romance to hold your interest

    Fairies, witches and vampires make an interesting mix with New Orleans as an different location then alot of series. Some romance and suspense mixed in with spells and supernatural touches.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 14, 2014

    Loved this!

    I discovered Deanna Chase's series in a boxed set, and had to follow the characters!

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  • Posted December 9, 2013

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    The second book in the Crescent City Fae series is an intriguing

    The second book in the Crescent City Fae series is an intriguing and action packed magical read that keeps the reader entertained from beginning to end.
    Magical baker extraordinaire and Void agent, Willow Rhoswen is dodging assassins and having to make deals and accept protection from the vampires when her boyfriend Talisen goes missing.  Talisen has invented a new drug that creates super humans and everyone wants it, including the vampires.
    This fast paced smooth flowing plot engages the reader with lots of intrigue, action, romance, magic and strong compelling characters.  The author brings the story and the action to life with vivid images and intense details that has the reader feeling as if they are part of the story.  
    The chemistry romance between Tailsen and Willow and between Willow and David radiate heat from every page as they battle with bad guys and struggle with their emotions and relationships.  The author conveys the emotions with an intensity that makes it easy for the reader to easily relate to all the characters.
    The author has created a bewitching paranormal world of charismatic characters, suspense and action that keeps the reader on the edge of their seat.  The suspense builds throughout the book with lots of twists and surprises that keep the reader guessing.  
    I have not read the first book in this series yet, but I will definitely be remedying that soon and looking for the next one.  I loved the diversity of the characters and the refreshingly unique elements mixed in with the interesting conflicts that the author has created. I couldn’t put the story down once I started it, but there were a couple of incidents in the battles that seemed a little unbelievable, but they were easily overlooked.

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    Posted October 13, 2014

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