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Irresistible Magic (Crescent City Fae Book 2) by [Chase, Deanna]
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4.2 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
Book 2 of 3 in Crescent City Fae (3 Book Series)
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USA Today bestselling author, Deanna Chase, is a native Californian, transplanted to the slower paced lifestyle of southeastern Louisiana. When she isn't writing, she is often goofing off with her husband in New Orleans, playing with her two shih tzu dogs, making glass beads, or out hocking her wares at various bead shows across the country. For more information and updates on newest releases visit her website at www.deannachase.com

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1293 KB
  • Print Length: 294 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Bayou Moon Press LLC (4 Nov. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #14,123 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The second book in the Crescent City Fae series is an intriguing and action packed magical read that keeps the reader entertained from beginning to end.

Magical baker extraordinaire and Void agent, Willow Rhoswen is dodging assassins and having to make deals and accept protection from the vampires when her boyfriend Talisen goes missing. Talisen has invented a new drug that creates super humans and everyone wants it, including the vampires.

This fast paced smooth flowing plot engages the reader with lots of intrigue, action, romance, magic and strong compelling characters. The author brings the story and the action to life with vivid images and intense detaisl that has the reader feeling as if they are part of the story.
The chemistry romance between Tailsen and Willow and between Willow and David radiate heat from every page as they battle with bad guys and struggle with their emotions and relationships. The author conveys the emotions with an intensity that makes it easy for the reader to easily relate to all the characters.
The author has created a bewitching paranormal world of charismatic characters, suspense and action that keeps the reader on the edge of their seat. The suspense builds throughout the book with lots of twists and surprises that keep the reader guessing.
I have not read the first book in this series yet, but I will definitely be remedying that soon and looking for the next one. I loved the diversity of the characters and the refreshingly unique elements mixed in with the interesting conflicts that the author has created. I couldn't put the story down once I started it, but there were a couple of incidents in the battles that seemed a little unbelievable, but they were easily overlooked.
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Although this book was better in that it went faster than the first book, I still found it a little disappointing. Although things went on around her, I found Willows inability to stay true to one man annoying. It felt very childish.

This books quite literally starts where the other book finished and cannot be read as a stand alone book. You must read the first book or you will be totally lost.

Willow is shopping for her first date with Talisen when her friend Phoebe notices that they are being spied on from across the road. She is getting changed when David pops in to say that they are being spied on and that his father wishes to see both her and Talisen later that night. Her date night.

Things go downhill when Talisen and Willow cannot be seen together in order to protect them both. Willows office is broken into and so is her home. David steps up as protector on Allcots orders but Talisen is abducted due to his newly discovered stone elixir that can enhance strength.

Most of this book is on Willow trying to find Talisen with her friends and her ever there feelings for both Tal and David with David always 'being there' for her and always finding ways to touch and or kiss her softly.

When they managed to find Talisen he insists that they go and find his professor who was also taken with him, but was not there when he woke up. Things do not go to plan. The professor is actually Asher, the guy that wants Willow dead with her abilities and Talisen didn't know.

Allcot comes in with more help in their battle and has his neck broken so David fights on his behalf while Willow attends to Talisen.
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By Anne TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 14 Nov. 2013
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I am new to this series and haven't read the first installment but I didn't feel that this prevented me understanding the book.

Willow is a faerie who has just been dumped by David who has become a vampire and who has a corrupt and evil father. Willow and her friend work as agents for The Void who manage supernatural affairs in the ordinary world but mostly Willow makes cupcakes with healing properties. This is a fast paced book which takes place over a short time period. It starts with Willow having a first date with her old friend Talisen which goes very wrong resulting in magical and physical attacks, revelations about her blood and background, and having to make agreements with people she would rather avoid. In the end, revelations and the actions of both Talisen and David will leave her torn between the two.

This is obviously one book in a series and therefore you know that some things will not be resolved but by the end of the book, with its curiously downbeat ending, I was feeling unsatisfied. As a novel in itself it felt curiously unfinished. I didn't get the feeling that anything had moved on during the story except that Willow had learned some things about herself and David, and that she was torn romantically between two men. There was no feeling of resolution in this installment - it might all make sense if you read the series as a whole when more are published and this book may only be a transition novel in which a lot is revealed before more definite things happen in a later volume.

I didn't dislike this book but I didn't engage with it and want to keep reading. I needed a more coherent story for this book. I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley.
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