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by James R. Tuck
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Kriss Morton - In the Loft of the Cabin Goddess
I adore ADORE this series and was thrilled to get a review copy of the third. James R. Tuck did not let me down what so ever. I ended up re-reading the second one and though it is not necessary (Tuck does a great quick recap without tons of info dump), it made my experience even more intense.Lately ...
Fangs for the Fantasy
Fangs for the Fantasy rated it 8 years ago
Deacon Chalk can’t even enjoy a quiet dinner out with his friends and loved ones without witches swooping in and ruining the meal.Witches are a pretty new one to face, especially witches as powerful of these, transforming demon witches, witches that raise the dead and witches that can kill with a wo...
Readsalot81
Readsalot81 rated it 8 years ago
****Posted as a guest review over at paranormalhaven.com***** As of late, I haven’t had a lot of luck reading many UF’s or PNR’s where you’re able to start midway through the series without being lost at sea when it comes to various elements within those novels. As such, James R. Tuck’s Blood and M...
GizmosReviews
GizmosReviews rated it 8 years ago
*Genre* Urban Fantasy*Rating* 4.0*Full Review Shortly*This book was gung ho and bloody right from the first page until nearly the last. Packed full of action and villains that are blood thirsty and mean to take Deacon and crew down in their wake. Sad that one of my favorite characters gets written o...
MinnChica from The Book Pushers
MinnChica from The Book Pushers rated it 8 years ago
Review originally posted here: http://thebookpushers.com/2013/03/06/review-blood-and-magick-by-james-r-tuck/I’ve found in the past that I have a hard time getting into urban fantasy series with a male protagonist. I think it probably has something to do with the *usual* lack of a strong romantic sub...
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