Deadly Spells by @JayeWells #Review

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Title: Deadly Spells
Series: Prospero’s War book 3
Author: Jaye Wells
Genre: Paranormal, Urban Fantasy
Publisher: Orbit
Publication Date: February 10, 2015
Received: purchased from Barnes and Noble

Overview
MAGIC IS A DRUG.

ADDICTIVE AND DEADLY.

After the grisly murder of a dirty magic coven leader, Kate Prospero and The Magical Enforcement Agency team up with the local police to find the killer. When a tenacious reporter sticks her nose in both the investigation and Prospero’s past in the covens, old ghosts resurface.

As the infighting between covens turns ugly, an all-out war brews in the slums of Babylon..

Deadly Spells is the third novel in the Prospero’s War series that started with Dirty Magic and Cursed Moon!

Review…
Ok this one is hard to do without some spoilers. But I will try my hardest.

Kate had another mess in her hands that she has to take care of. Surprise surprise the local cops don’t want the MEA to help. But Kate still goes and gives an id on the dead coven leader. Even thing is pointing to another coven but Kate is smarter then most people give her credit for. She figures out what is going on with the help of her team and takes care of it. There are some issues with a noisy reporter, her brother getting into trouble, dates gone wrong, and just dealing with John. You find out about her mother and it was not what I thought it would be. Does everything get worked out in the end no it is not the end of this series.

I am glad that I picked up these books to read because each one is better then the last. Kate keeps growing and everyone else is right there with her. The end will make you say finally and laugh at the same time! You will need to read the series in order or it will not make sense. Plus if you are looking for something similar you could do Laurell K Hamilton’s Anita Blake series, well the first couple ones that were before all the sex, or try Kate Danley’s Maggie MacKay series, this one is the best to try next. Both have magic in them and the characters are trying to fight for or prove something.

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