Image of Black Magic (Pocket Star Books Fiction)


Image of Black Magic (Pocket Star Books Fiction)

Adair’s version of wizards and magic makes a much-welcomed return in a hot new adventure that brings estranged lovers back into contact. This book stands on its own just fine, but for a fuller experience it helps to have been previously exposed to the world and its dangers. Adair is a master of pulling together exciting adventure and burning passion to make a spine-tingling read!

Wizards Jackson Slater and Sara Temple shared passion, but were broken apart by misunderstanding — or was it manipulation? A horrible disease appears to be affecting wizards, stealing their powers and killing them. When Sara’s surrogate father succumbs and turns murderous, geologist Jack inadvertently teleports to her side. The evidence indicates that a power long thought to be extinct is rising once more. The Wizard Council needs Jack and Sara to investigate and learn if the snake-like Omnivatics have returned to gain power from a returning comet. Can these lovers forget their past? (POCKET STAR, Aug., 384 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
JIll M. Smith