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The Seer

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The Seer by J. Risk

Different. Weird. Unwanted. Crazy. Afraid.

That’s been the story of Crissy’s life.

A life spent never quite knowing why she has these visions in her head.

And just why she’s so afraid.

Finding herself important and accepted for the first time in her life, the workings of this other realm are confusing, but feel familiar. She’s seen it before, and that feeling may just be home.

Now in a place where she’s understood and loved, Crissy’s visions may just help to tip the balance in the fight between good and evil.

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Author’s Bio

Risk is a pseudonym used by Jacqueline Paige

I wanted to write a story that would fit into new adult levels as well as adult. Something that was serious with fun elements–paranormal / fantasy that everyone could read and enjoy.

I’ve decided to use J. Risk as the pen name for this to separate this series from my other writing which is definitely adult reading material.

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My Review

5 Stars

Crissy has visions constantly. Because of this she has not had the best of childhoods but has found a place for herself and she can help her friends Daxx. She has been searching for Emil. The long lost brother, she has also seen Alona. Crissy tries to help her one night at a night club and ends up blacked out after being over loaded. She wakes to find a huge man standing over her, Victor.

Victor is the Justice, a hard hearted man that has been alone punishing people for many years. But there is something about Crissy that has him opening his heart and hoping his verse of the prophecy could come true. But things come up to make their time together strained and they still have to find Alona and Emil and keep the kingdom from invaders.

I loved this book. Crissy is a little ball of high energy that seems crazier than help. Granted I probably would be too is I had a constant river of images going through my mind too. Victor is you typical strong and locked of man and I loved watching him fall in love with Crissy. They do have some challenges that broke my heart for them. And thank goodness Crssy is there, now it seems they have an edge against Marcus.

I really enjoyed The Huntress but I have to say The Seer was even better. There was an abrupt ending which makes me want to read the next book right away. I can’t wait to see what is going to happen next in the Alterealm.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. I voluntarily chose to post an honest review.

I would like to thank the author for the opportunity to read and share this book.

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Supernatural Slayer

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Supernatural Slayer (Supernatural Slayer – 1) by Devyn Jayse

Some people call me an assassin, personally, I prefer the term bounty hunter.

In a world where magic is hidden from the general population, I’m hired to keep our secrets safe and take care of rogues by whatever means necessary.

When I accidentally targeted the wrong person, the Supernatural Bureau of Investigation offered me a deal — go to jail or work for them. Their first official request was to locate a vampire I thought I killed years ago.  My ex-boyfriend. Now I’m ordered to deliver him to them without harming a hair on his gorgeous head.

That was going to be a problem. By the time I found him, he was going to wish he had stayed dead.

Supernatural Slayer is an action-packed urban fantasy romp through Barcelona with an assorted cast of witches, vampires, and shifters. It may also feature a snarky troll or two.

“No human beings were harmed in the writing of this book — only supernaturals.”

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 Devyn Jayse

Author’s Bio

Devyn Jayse is the author of the Magic Runes and Dare Valari series. She loves writing fun fantasy novels featuring feisty heroines in a magical setting.

Devyn enjoys being a global nomad and is always traveling the world due to ever-present wanderlust. She has lived in many countries around the globe and is currently based in the Middle East.

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My Review

5 stars

Aisha is a paranormal bounty hunter/assassin. She is half witch and half something else never knowing what her father really was but his blood has given her more power and speed than most witches. She is on an assignment and kills the wrong person. Of course the Supernatural Bureau of Investigation (SBI) catches her. But they offer her an alternative to going to prison, work for them. Although Aisha doesn’t want to work for the most hate group but doesn’t want to go to prison either. So she accepts the offer and is given the task of bringing in a man she knows she killed years earlier, her ex-boyfriend.

This story takes place in Barcelona and this is a fresh location for me. Aisha is a strong, take no bull, woman that loves bounty hunting and is a great assassin. She does have one problem, although the bounties would like them brought in alive she has a hard time with this. Which makes bringing in her ex-boyfriend alive, well undead, you can see how she really wants to put him in the ground permanently.

This is the first book from Devyn Jayse but I have to say it will not be my last. It was an amazing thrill ride with a great lead character, a wonderful location/world, and a variety of paranormal creatures. I can’t wait to read the second book of this series and to catch up on Devyn’s other series.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. I voluntarily chose to read and post an honest review.

I would like to thank the Author for the opportunity to read and share her book.

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