Dead Man's Deal
Dead Man's Deal by Jocelynn Drake continues the dark and dangerous adventures of a magical tattoo artist begun in Angel's Ink.In a gritty urban fantasy world where elves, faeries, trolls, werewolves, and vampires swim free in a sea of humanity, sometimes you need an edge. Looking for a little... show more
Dead Man's Deal by Jocelynn Drake continues the dark and dangerous adventures of a magical tattoo artist begun in Angel's Ink.In a gritty urban fantasy world where elves, faeries, trolls, werewolves, and vampires swim free in a sea of humanity, sometimes you need an edge. Looking for a little love? Need some luck? Desperate for revenge? Gage can give you what you need. The most talented tattoo artist in town, he knows the right symbol and the right mix of ingredients and ink to achieve your heart's desire. One tattoo is all it takes. But remember, everything has its price.The wizards know Gage is using forbidden magic, and they intend to punish him for his transgressions. Too bad if innocent humans and monsters—entire cities—get in the way. They will quell a nascent magical uprising and Gage will be the sacrifice they need. First, though, they have to find him.
Publish date: May 7th 2013
Publisher: Harper Voyager
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: The Asylum Tales (#2)
Dead Man's Deal by Jocelynn Drake Series: The Asylum Tales #2 Genre: Urban Fantasy Published by Harper Voyager on May 7, 2013 Format: eBook Pages: 384 Source: Purchased Amazon • Barnes & Noble •The Book Depository •Add to Goodreads My Initial Thoughts: Gage stole my heart! Another fabulous install...
Dead Man's Deal was an excellent sequel to Angel's Ink filled with just as much adventure, action, romance, and magic. All of the fun main characters return with the addition of Gage's older brother Robert, who's gotten into some trouble working for the dark elf mob boss, a hobgoblin named Duff, a n...
I had hoped to get my hands on a copy of Angel's Ink before reading this, the next book in Drake's Asylum Tales series but I didn't quite manage it. Thankfully Dead Man's Deal worked surprisingly well as a stand alone and I gratefully escaped into a world of magic, monsters and mayhem.Dead Man's Dea...
I liked Angel's Ink, as well as the two novellas published so far in this series. But I'll tell you, this story is where the series really hits its stride. Maybe it's because we've gotten past all the introductions and establishing the characters. But more than that, it features a fast moving plot...