Magical Redemption

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"How did a woman as good as you, ever get stuck with a devil like me?"

When Jinx finds herself the Genie of the coldly handsome Lucian, she knows she's in for a rough time.

Lucian is being hunted by the Magical Mafia, otherwise known as the "Family". Years ago, he pledged himself to serve but in a moment of weakness betrayed them. Now, unable to love or live freely, Lucian finds himself falling for Jinx, but knows a future between them is impossible. As they hide from incredible...

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Overview

"How did a woman as good as you, ever get stuck with a devil like me?"

When Jinx finds herself the Genie of the coldly handsome Lucian, she knows she's in for a rough time.

Lucian is being hunted by the Magical Mafia, otherwise known as the "Family". Years ago, he pledged himself to serve but in a moment of weakness betrayed them. Now, unable to love or live freely, Lucian finds himself falling for Jinx, but knows a future between them is impossible. As they hide from incredible and malevolent magical beings, they search for a way to be together, before fate and the Family separate them forever.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781615727797
  • Publisher: Damnation Books, LLC
  • Publication date: 11/7/2012
  • Pages: 210
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.48 (d)

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  • Posted January 14, 2013

    I couldn't put this book down, and that is something I can say o

    I couldn't put this book down, and that is something I can say of all three books in the Magic series (well, and the novella Mimosa Black as well). I was very excited to see what kind of woman Jinx would be because I knew she was the woman who would have quite an impact on Lucian. That being said, I don't think his change was completely over Jinx, because at the end of Magical Creations, Lucian helped Antigone and Omar escape the Family and that marked the start of Lucian's transformation. Jinx becomes Lucian's genie as he is trying to find his own way to truly escape the family, and through the story it is obvious that Lucian is struggling, both with his own incubus needs and his growing desire to help and protect Jinx, who has a troubled past of her own. One of the great moments shortly after Jinx becomes Lucian's genie is where for a short time Jinx actually thinks that Lucian is gay; I couldn't stop laughing at that. I won't ruin the story here but there was a definite moment where Jinx is seeing her family again for the first time in 14 years that ended up shocking me. It was an excellent story and though it's over, I know I'll keep dreaming of genies, because Nicola Sheridan makes them deliciously amazing.

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  • Posted January 9, 2013

    I have read all of Nicola E. Sheridan's books and I have to say

    I have read all of Nicola E. Sheridan's books and I have to say that I just can't get enough. I wish she had 50 more for me to read. This is the third book in the Magical Series which focuses on the life of a genie named Jinx and a demon spawn named Lucian. Lucian was in the second book of this series and if you read it, you will be thinking that he must be the bad guy in this book. Don't let your feelings about Lucian keep you from reading this one though! Even a Demon Spawn can learn to change.

    Jinx, the main character, has been cursed with the genie curse in an effort to keep her alive as well as placate her betrothed's family. You see, Jinx fell in love with someone other than her betrothed and conceived a child. In child birth, she nearly died. Her father cursed her in an effort to keep her alive, but afterwards handed her bottle over to her betrothed's family. She has spent 14 years of being passed around and humiliated for her betrayal. While travelling with her soon to be ex-master, her lamp is stolen and brought to Lucian. He is imprisoned and needs her lamp to set himself free. The simple act of freeing him sends her life spiraling out of control as she tries to avoid the magical mafia, keep herself alive, keep Lucian alive, and above all, not end up in the hands of this horrid Bomoh whom obviously wants her for his own disgusting desires.

    I LOVED this book. Like I said before, I want more. I had trouble putting it down and had one of the fastest hour of cardio ever because the story had me so engrossed that I actually forgot I was exercising. I cannot give it enough praise nor can I beg everyone that reads this review enough to go BUY THE SERIES!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2012

    Good book! Totally different to most of the PNR stuff I read.

    Good book! Totally different to most of the PNR stuff I read.

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