Bound By Magic

Bound By Magic

by Jasmine Walt

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The second book in the hot new adult fantasy series readers are comparing to Ilona Andrews and Patricia Briggs.



With the silver murders solved and her training as a mage underway, Sunaya figured her life would get easier. But between the Chief Mage's packed schedule and the grunt work demanded of her as an apprentice mage, magic lessons are few and far between. Worse, her apprenticeship leaves little time for her job as an Enforcer, and without bounties Sunaya’s money pouch is drying up -- fast.



Even so, when Shiftertown Inspector Boon Lakin asks for Sunaya’s help digging deeper into the murder of a fellow Enforcer, Sunaya has no trouble making room in her life to help him. The trail leads them to a series of crimes victimizing shifters for the entertainment of vicious humans. Sunaya and her friends race to identify the perpetrators and free the survivors, and the stakes are heightened when she discovers one of the victims has a connection to her. But if Sunaya is not careful, she may end up a very dead shifter herself...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781948108089
Publisher: Dynamo Press
Publication date: 03/10/2016
Series: Baine Chronicles Series , #2
Pages: 222
Sales rank: 633,716
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.51(d)

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Bound by Magic 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
MontzieW More than 1 year ago
Bound by Magic (The Baine Chronicles #2) by Jasmine Walt continues this awesome series. In this book, shifters are going missing. She is also starting her apprenticeship with the Chef Mage. She also comes close to death, again. It gets very exciting....lots of fun, suspense filled, wonderful read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Where are the Ebook versions of the Bain Series?
Erani_Kole More than 1 year ago
This is like a 4.79 for me. I want to give it a solid 5 stars but I'm such an impatient person, I found myself skimming to all the parts with either Sunaya and Iannis or Sunaya and the core bits of the investigation she was doing. Don't worry! I read it again because the fourth book isn't out, yet (I kinda read it all and then had to stop, think about what to do with my life, then read back to all the things I skimmed). While entertaining and awesome, this really felt more like a filler to the bigger plan at hand. You know, the episodes with really cute or cool sub-stories that have something to do with the main plot, but not REALLY? It's all about Iannis and Sunaya, you know? So her side story of an epic plot line of evil proportions was good, but in the end, it's all about romance or the main plot for me, and the main plot mainly revolves around what Iannis really is and what Sunaya will make of herself in the big scheme of things (the rebellion, the horrid current rulers, the judgments an fears, I could go on). Needless to say, this was a very good read. AMAZING if my fangirl self can come out to say. I liked the detective work we had to go through, and I figured it out when they visited the bank and officiated my assumptions. It was a good one! Sunaya was as stubborn and impatient as ever but she is slowly learning to curb her hit-first-question-later mentality, and we can appreciate that type of development in a character. I liked the way things were going with her other friends and people. Noria and Com took a bit of a backseat this time but they were still welcomed on the pages. If I had to point out a bad thing, it'd be the way it ended. Once again, she was in a rough situation because of her rashness, and Iannis had to come and save her. Again. I love being rescued as much as the next girl, but damn, it rang with the first book's ending just a little too much for me. Doesn't mean I didn't enjoy the massive save, though. It was awesome. XD This is a definite recommended read, but if you're impatient like me, I won't lie: you could skip this and not miss anything majorly crucial, though you would miss Iannis/Sunaya time, and that, my friend, is something that I couldn't miss.