Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Red-Headed Stepchild by Jaye Wells Review

"In a world where being of mixed-blood is a major liability, Sabina doesn’t really fit in. And being an assassin – the only profession fit for an outcast – doesn’t help matters. But she’s never brought her work home. Until now.
Her latest mission is uncomfortably complex, and threatens the fragile peace between the vampire and mage races. As Sabina scrambles to figure out which side she’s on, she uncovers a tangled political web, some nasty facts about her family and some unexpected new talents. Any of these things could be worryingly life-changing, but together, they could be fatal …
This time, it’s personal."  

I loved this book! Lots of action. This books starts off with a bang and takes you on a journey of a Vampire/ Mage assassin. Sabina grew up with her Vampire family but was never fully accepted. She starts a secret complex mission for the Dominea and ends up meeting a Mage that knows her Mage family. Sabina's Grandmother has always told her that her Mage side of the family disowned her when she was born. During her journey she learns some unexpected things about her Vampire and Mage family which gives her a big choice to make.
I can't wait to read book two of The Sabina Kane Series to see what choice she makes and where her choices take her.

The Mage in Black is book 2. you can read chapter 1 here:
Green Eyed Demon is book 3. 
Read Chapter 1 here:    
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Demon? go here: 

Silver-Tongued Devil is book
4 in the Sabina Kane Series 
and the release day is January 1st 2012

1 comment:

  1. This cookie cutter urban fantasy lost me on the first page. When she killed David, her best lifelong friend, without letting him say a word in his defense she became too cold for me. I have to have alittle compassion and empathy in my assassins. Although she finally realizes her mistake, she never redeems herself in my eyes. I could be sorry for killing my best friend. But then she goes on to do stuff that will bite her in the butt. I am sorry I bought it. I read the reviews before I buy, but these reviews let me down. I read so much that I have become much more critical of the copycat writers out there.


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