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Posted September 10, 2014
Mary Hughes - Black Diamond Jinn
Amaia Jones is a wizard working at the Center. She can’t convince her boss they only have four hours before Armageddon. She turns to her inner guardian angel she thought she made up. Rafe. Only it ends up he is real. And more than she ever thought. Together they try to fight the evil that is trying to destroy the world. It may take everything they have, including their own lives.
**Strong sexual content and language
Posted September 8, 2014
Amaia Jones is a witch that is tied to her desk job. While researching, Amaia discovers Mayan Doom, that is the date on the Mayan calendar that predicts the end of the world. Her boss will not listen to reason and refuses to give her the secret in calling aJinn,the only being that is powerful enough to help.
Rafe is Amaia's guardian angel. He is also a Black Diamond Jinn, the most powerful of all Jinns. He is willing to help Amaia, but as everyone know, Jinn's are renowned for taking their pound of flesh for the use of their magic and Rafe wants Amaia. After seeing her parents love destroyed from Venus Magic, Amaia is reluctant but as Mayan Doom is fast approaching and , she is running out options.
Mary Hughes writes a fast paced science fiction /fantasy (with sexual explicit language). It's a shorter book but a fun read. **I was given this book in exchange for an honest review**
Posted July 31, 2012
Mary Hughes captures your attention from the beginning and takes you on a wild journey of great characters, great writing, humor and some good sex. A fast enjoyable read for all who like the erotic genre.
This review is based on a complimentary copy which was provided for an honest review.
Posted July 13, 2012
If you want a story that really jumps right into the climax (haha), you will find it right here! The story begins with a witch, Amaia Jones, discovering that the Mayan Doom is actually real. Yes I am referring to the day that the Mayan calendar ends which happens to be December 21, 2012 (i.e. this year). In this world though, witches are known and in the employment of the government. The entirety of their jobs is unknown to the reader, but you get the idea that they combat other witches and wizards to prevent major worldwide disasters. They also research artifacts that have imbued magical powers. Amaia is a research witch that has been put on the project Y12 to help spread world peace and prevent the Mayan Doom from occurring if indeed it is real.
Amaia discovers mathematical evidence to prove that all their peace efforts are failing. In other words, if enough people believe the Mayan Doom is real, it will become real. What she did not know was that even without the world believing it, it was going to happen because a witch or group of witches was ritualistically sacrificing other witches in order to foster their magic to release the nightmare gods. Other than creating such horrendous nightmares that all of humanity is paralyzed until their death, I don't know what else would happen if the catastrophe happens. The only way for Amaia to stop it is to call upon a Jinni and evoke venus magic. Venus magic is magic created through climaxing. You can guess the kind I am referring to. There are some very steamy scenes demonstrating the power of Venus magic that definitely are worth reading.
I don't want to give away much more than I already have, but will leave you with saying that I read this book in about five hours. I thoroughly enjoyed the characters and Mary Hughes writing style.
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Posted July 1, 2012
It's tough when the only way the you can save the world is to have amazing Venus sex with a super hunky jinn that you thought was your guardian angel. Despite this giant, hard-to-ignore (no pun intended) plot element, this book is not about sex. It's about creating your own destiny and never giving up - even when the world is literally coming to an end.
In addition to the funny, sharp lines and wonderful writing, I loved the book's great characters: Amaia, the conflicted research wizard with a tragic past, and and Rafe, the jinn whose heart is as huge as his body is fantastic. Black Diamond Jinn is the first Mary Hughes' book I've read, but I plan on reading many more.
Posted December 11, 2012
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Posted November 6, 2012
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