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Born of Magic: Mata Hari Series #2 by [Carson, Jo-Ann]
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Book 2 of 4 in Mata Hari (4 Book Series)

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4.0 out of 5 stars But is she more than his good luck charm 13 April 2015
By Helena Korin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Arms dealer, Bakari Al Sharif, relies on the services of Desjerit, a fortune teller who claims to be an Egyptian sorceress, schooled in the arcane magic of ancient Egypt. But is she more than his good luck charm? His son Chasisi warns than she's in league with dark forces and has far too much influence over him. Bakari scoff at this. Years later he dreams about an exotic woman he met on the streets of Amsterdam and had mind-blowing sex with. When the ghost of Desjerit appears he knows she used him for her own reasons. Now she brings a warning.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Short interlude! 4 Feb. 2016
By Nicole Laverdure - Published on Amazon.com
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Born of Magic, is a short interlude between book #1 Covert Danger and book #2 Ancient Danger. In, Jo-Ann Carson's first story, Covert Danger, we met Sadie, an undercover CIA agent on a mission. In this short novella, we discover Bakari al-Sharif, a successful Arms dealer mixed-up with Djeserit, an enchantress! Both have secrets but one secret will be revealed that will change their lives forever. Still many years later, her memory still haunts him! In book #3 Ancient Danger, of the Mata Hari series, will will meet again Sadie, and her Dutch lover Sebastian, in an international mission! This story was short, but explains a lot!
5.0 out of 5 stars A short, fun romp! 20 Mar. 2016
By J.C. McKenzie - Published on Amazon.com
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Born of Magic is a short, fun romp in the world of espionage Jo-Ann Carson has created with her Mata Hari Series. In the first installment of the series, Covert Danger, I found myself wanting to know more about the mysterious, yet handsome arms dealer, Bakari al-Sharif and his sorceress, Djeserit, and boy, does Carson deliver! As an interlude from the series' main characters, Seb and Sadie, Born of Magic is full of delicious information, rich with history, and saturated with details of international destinations. Carson weaves magical scenes full of sensory details that ensure the readers gets transported to the fictional time and place. We learn more about the history between Bakari and Djeserit, and I have a feeling the events in this installment will lead to some of the conflict in the next book of the series, Lovin' Danger. I fully recommend this read.

**I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review**
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Seductive and Sexy Short Story 10 Jun. 2015
By N. N. Light - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This is a seamless bridge between books one and three in the Mati Hari Series. I read and reviewed book one and you can find it here: Covert Danger Book Review

The author gives us the background story of Bakari Al Sharif, an arms dealer, and Desjerit, the sorceress. Bakari is in Amsterdam and it is 1996. He’s enjoying the thrill of pulling off a huge arms deal with Nigeria and is in the prime of his life. Meanwhile, Desjerit has a premonition she’s going to die a painful death. She’s frightened and in a desperation, she embraces the dark powers within her.

A seductive and enchanting short story, Born of Magic is sure to whet your appetite for Ancient Danger.

My Rating: 5 stars
5.0 out of 5 stars The birth of a complex villain - a powerful tale 2 Oct. 2015
By J. Read - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Arms dealer, Bakari al-Sharif selects a quaint cafe in Amsterdam to close his biggest deal ever--only to have his celebration clouded by his brothers' warnings about Djeserit. Is she an Egyptian sorceress offering wisdom and power? Or a manipulative con-artist seeking only to help herself? What does she want from Bakari? Almost twenty years later the secret is revealed, but the truth only leads to more chaos. Another great addition to the Mata Hari series!
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