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THE MAGE IN BLACK
by Jaye Wells

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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The target on the back of Wells' gritty heroine, Sabina Kane, just got a lot bigger in the second installment of this take-no-prisoners adventure. Forcibly thrusting Sabina into situations that are hazardous both emotionally and physically allows Wells to reveal the hidden layers of her personality. There's no skimping on the action-packed thrills either. Wells is definitely on the fast track to success.

After discovering her vampire grandmother's treachery, half-mage/half-vampire Sabina agrees to join her newly discovered twin sister Maisie in New York. Having been raised as both a vampire and an assassin, Sabina must now discover the other half of her heritage -- magic. But Sabina, sexy mage Adam and Giguhl, Sabina's demon minion, barely make it to town before the assassination attempts start. Sabina's stubborn nature doesn't help as she inadvertently gets into a fight with the local weres.
A war is brewing between the Hekate council and the Dominae, and if the prophecies are correct, then Sabina is going to play a starring role! (ORBIT, Apr., 352 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: ORBIT

Published: April 2010

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