Kick The Candle

Kick The Candle

by Genevieve Jack

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Overview

Blood. Sex. Magic. Knight Games!

Book 2 in the knight games series

Commitment phobic Grateful Knight has her hands full. While she struggles to understand her new role as Monk's Hill Witch, evil isn't waiting for her to come up to speed. Not only is there an increase in supernatural activity in her ward, she's being evicted from her home, breaking in a snarky new familiar, and trying to sort out her feelings for her metaphysically connected and immortal boyfriend, Rick.

When Grateful foils a murder at a fae bordello, she uncovers a plot by a local vampire coven to obtain a secret weapon with the power to control both the living and the dead. History is threatening to repeat itself. And if Grateful doesn't give herself over to her role completely, it could cost her everything.

Knight Games Reading Order


  1. The Ghost and The Graveyard
  2. Kick The Candle
  3. Queen of the Hill
  4. Mother May I
  5. Logan


Don't miss this super sexy paranormal romance/urban fantasy!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781940675077
Publisher: Carpe Luna Publishing
Publication date: 06/09/2014
Series: Knight Games , #2
Pages: 346
Sales rank: 1,047,117
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.77(d)

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Kick The Candle 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 111 reviews.
laurlars More than 1 year ago
Everything you loved about Book 1 (The Ghost and the Graveyard) is back -- the quirky heroine, the strange, otherworldly sexual attraction she has to gorgeous Caretaker Rick, the cute chemistry she shares with BFF ghost Logan. Book 2 takes up where 1 left off and introduces some great new characters, including a hilarious, cynical talking crow named Poe. Grateful is learning as she's maturing into her role as Monk's Hill Witch, and the bad guys aren't waiting for her to catch up. I was breathless with all the action and the roller coaster ride is well worth the read! Hot, spicy, exciting, fun and suspenseful. Great job.
1949JD More than 1 year ago
Kick the Candle (Knight Games) By Genevieve Jack Grateful is still fighting the undead and sorting spirits. Now her home is threatened, and her caretaker Rick thinks she wants Logan. When her friend Michelle finds the spell for a familiar she talks Grateful into doing it and instead of a cute cat she gets a bossy hungry Raven. Now if this doesn’t cause our main character enough problems her dad is dating a shadow creature and a possessed Necromancer is trying to get to the book of bones buried in the basement. It is all part of the life of a Hecate but wouldn’t it be nice if it just wasn’t always complicated. You have to read and find out what happens to Grateful in this second book of Knight Games. How is she going to let Logan the human know that she was only fascinated with Logan the ghost, and can she convince Rick that Logan is just a friend? When it all settles will she be able to kick the Candle in time. You have got to read it to find out. Total five star reading. Bella Doerres M. Ed 9/17/2013
dpilady More than 1 year ago
This is not the usual kind of book I read but I got the first one free so I had to read the second one. They were both very good, very easy reads. If she continues the series I will definitely buy those as well.
RTWolfe2012 More than 1 year ago
Genevieve Jack does it again. Kick the Candle is a kicka$$ (pun intended!) sequel to Ghost in the Graveyard. Grateful Knight faces more demons, vampires and other ghoulies but mostly she faces her own insecurities. Don’t worry because Rick, her tall-built-and-sexy protector, helps her with all of the above. The world Genevieve builds is intensely creative. I felt like was standing next to Grateful as she battled baddies and her heart. If you like saucy, saucy paranormal stories, you have got to get your hands on Ghost and Kick!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read the first book and i love it only this one should be for free to.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the second book in the series -- I got the 1st book free and could not wait to get the second on even though I paid for it --it was worth it-- Could not put it dwon
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Better than the first in the series, which i also liked!
Andover_and_over More than 1 year ago
Well done and kept my interest. Good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Was going for a little more finality..
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just as good as the first book. Enjoyed it a lot!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book it was a good read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was every bit as good as the first. Cannot wait for the next.
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I enjoyed it
Valerian70 More than 1 year ago
3.5 stars The second book in the Knight Games series is heavier on the Supernatural elements and much less focused on the amorous life of Grateful and there are far less toe-curling passages to endure this time around. We do get to meet a few new supes - including a Werewolf detective and a fairy bordello owner. We also get to find out more about the burgeoning Vampire community set up close to the Hellmouth that it is Grateful's task to guard. I was disappointed to note that one of the themes of the book (Grateful losing the graveyard house) was also repeated here. We've already done this one and there was never any actual fear that the mysterious Mr Nekomata would succeed in ousting Grateful from her attic. It just felt a bit like a lazy plot point to try and dredge up more tension - not really necessary when you factor kidnapping and torture. On the whole Grateful is a lot easier of a person to like in this book, maybe because she is away from Rick for big parts of it and she seems to think more with her head than other, less salubrious organs. The plotting is generally tighter and conversations seem to have a point to them, even if it doesn't seem terribly important at the time. The fictional world the characters inhabit is fleshed out a lot more and is starting to feel solid and to have a good sense of it's own mythology. All this gives me hope for the third installment of the series. I can't honestly say that I am waiting for it with bated breath but I am much less trepidacious than I was after the first book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading this book and the addition of new characters to the world of Rick and Grateful.
Lufbra More than 1 year ago
Can't praise this book enough. Great characters, fast pace, strong story full of emotional content and gripping action written in a fluid, readable style all packaged in a short page turner. In short Geneieve Jack can write as well as anyone and fit it all into a compact joyful reading experience. Excellent.
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Started off not so great for me but half way through got my attention and then I had to keep reading until I got to see how it ended. Really looking forward to book three.
asco2 More than 1 year ago
excellent book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the humor she uses.
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Awesome. Hard to put down. Easy read.