Sunday, February 16, 2014

Review of "Dirty Magic" by Jaye Wells


The Magical Enforcement Agency keeps dirty magic off the streets, but there's a new blend out there that's as deadly as it is elusive. When patrol cop Kate Prospero shoots the lead snitch in this crucial case, she's brought in to explain herself. But the more she learns about the investigation, the more she realizes she must secure a spot on the MEA task force.
Especially when she discovers that their lead suspect is the man she walked away from ten years earlier - on the same day she swore she'd given up dirty magic for good. Kate Prospero's about to learn the hard way that crossing a wizard will always get you burned, and that when it comes to magic, you should never say never.

This was another interesting read and a new to me author.  I enjoyed this book, it was imaginative and had some good action to it.  I liked learning the world of this book since it's quite different from any of the other books I've read.  Magic is the norm in this world but magical people are considered second class.

Kate is the main character and she my fave kind of heroine, she's a hard ass that has a smart mouth and tough as nails.  Kate has magic but refuses to use it, she feels that it's more dangerous than is useful.  Bad things happen even when it's good magic.  How do you fight against the bag guy when your willing to fight magic with magic, Kate does just that and kicks ass while doing it.

This is a great paranormal/sci-fi book and worth reading as it's action packed and filled with mystery.  I plan to have this author in my TO KEEP PILE.

5 STARS!!!!!