Influential Magic - Deanna Chase

Influential Magic

By Deanna Chase

  • Release Date: 2013-03-06
  • Genre: Paranormal
Influential Magic book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 57 Ratings)

Influential Magic Deanna Chase Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

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  • Fun free read!

    By Jamilky
    Thanks for the somewhat whimsical yet fairly fast paced free story. Woman protagonist who won't take nonsense from "dominant" men but somehow responds to male charms...
  • Am hooked!

    By MississippiMom
    I love the Jade Calhoun series. I now have another series to love, The Crescent City Fae! Please keep up the amazing work. :)
  • enjoyed

    By LCMC1
    Thank you, really enjoyed reading this book.
  • Deanna Chase has created characters and placed them in the steam heat of New Orleans, both shine !

    By glhince
    Welcome to New Orleans, the early adopter of all things new and different in the United States (Remember Jazz?). In a reimagined world where the paranormal are no longer in the closet, Willow has a successful bakery that sells ‘enhanced’ treats that she uses her fae talents as a life-force faerie to bring desired results. Her second, and most dangerous job is as an agent for the Arcane, the governmental entity charged with maintaining order and keeping paranormals in check. Her challenge? She is able to sense vampires in the area, making her the ideal partner for her roommate, the witch vampire hunter Phoebe, also Willow’s best friend. Add in some vampires, good and bad, a love triangle, an evil faerie Aunt and a genealogical link that will threaten Willow’s life as it killed her twin brother Beau, and you have the makings of a rollicking good ride. With multiple interwoven stories that start off a bit confusing and quickly draw you in to take sides with different characters, this is the start of what I expect will be one of my favorite series. It isn’t marked as a YA read, but is appropriate for YA readers of 16 or better – and they will appreciate it as much as I did. Oh – and I almost forgot to mention, Willow has a shifter sidekick, Link. Masquerading as an ordinary 20 lb Shih-Tzu, he can shift into LARGE wolf form when Willow is agitated or needs protecting. If that isn’t perfect typecasting for a small breed dog with great aspirations, I don’t know what is! Deanna Chase has created characters and placed them in the steam heat of New Orleans, both shine in this story. While Willow often doubts herself and her abilities, her belief about right and wrong never waver, and she is often the calming influence in the midst of the hot-headed people who surround her. The men in her life are solidly portrayed, and her best friend Phoebe of the many costumes and faces is someone that everyone would like to know. I can’t wait to read the rest of this series, and now will have to go check out the author’s other series featuring Jade Calhoun! I received an eBook copy from the author for purpose of honest review as part of the Indies Rock Promotion at I am, Indeed. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.

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