Sabina Kane doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to family. After all, her own grandmother, leader of the vampire race, wants her dead. So when. Read The Mage in Black (Sabina Kane #2) online free from your iPhone, iPad, android, Pc, Mobile. The Mage in Black is a Fantasy novel by Jaye Wells. The Mage In Black is the second book in the urban fantasy Sabina Kane trilogy by Jaye Wells.

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The romance is quite low in this one and we see very little of Adam as he goes out for a mission from almost the beginning till the end. The Mage in Black Jaye Wells. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals.

Sabina had to leave everything behind and now she’s trying to make a new life for herself in New York but it’s not easy being constantly surrounded by mages, especially considering she was raised to see them as the enemy. Sabina is still absolutely intolerable to read about. Once again, I loved the action, mysteries, inner turmoil and the introduction of new and interesting characters.

Dec 17, The Flooze rated it liked it Shelves: Do you already have iTunes? The demon fight club was just uninteresting and went on for far too long. It may have been the fact that there was less humour and snarkiness between the charact 3.

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I really like this protag, she has issues and a chip on her shoulder but you don’t necessarily feel the need to slap her. All her life Sabina has kept everyone at an arm’s length believing that that makes her strong and independent. Most of the book takes place in the mage area, so we iin to see a lot of that unusual world. But this is what she needs – fate to smack her upside the head wwlls force her to grow up.

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I must say that our heroine Sabina Kane annoys the crap out of me, I’m sorry she really pissed me off in this book, she is just so set in her ways, not open to accepting blavk fr Tue actually finished this yesterday, but, wasn’t able to get on the computer so I balck to mark it finished today But as he admits to his past mistakes with Sabina and sincerely apologises for everything he did, I started to really like him.

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Probabl Didn’t enjoy this one as much as the first book in the series. I actually snorted coca cola out of my nose at one point-which I wouldn’t recommend, it hurts.

Sabina’s whole life has been turned upside down by previous events, everything she ever believed in has been torn away from her and she’s left without any kind of anchor.

I liked the introduction of Slade, the bad boy vampire Sabina knows “from way back.

Jaye does a ln job of weaving all elements: Sabina was so angry at him and I honestly could’t blame her. Apr 30 19 15 Apr 29, Read reviews that mention mage in black sabina kane new york red-headed stepchild urban fantasy twin sister fight club jaye wells green-eyed demon demon familiar hekate council kane series sister maisie looking forward york city main character demon fight red headed dark races even though.

If you like snarky smart heroines who are full of piss and vinegar, then Sabina Kane is the girl for you! Probably mostly because Well’s UF heroine is thawing a bit and in this book she’s starting to go through some interesting attitude adjustments – let’s face jayd an assassin just doesn’t inspire the warm and fuzzies.

I love this series. Back from the previous book – in a limited role, but one that shows promise for the future – is the sexy Mage Adam, also Sabina’s demon familiar Giguhl is back to provide a few chuckles.

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In fact, in this book other characters get in on the action as well. Neither knew what the vlack was going on and that made me uncomfortable. More by Jaye Wells. One of the aspects I love about Sabina is that she doesn’t apologise for who she is, which is a vampire and that means drinking human blood. Books by Jaye Wells.

She is immediately struck by the awe and sheer devotion the mages show her. Editorial Reviews Review The target on the back of Wells’ gritty heroine just got a lot bigger in this take-no-prisoners adventure. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.

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Volatile Bonds Prospero’s War Book 4. Because I like reading about other supernatual beings wflls just vamps and werewolves People are always getting the drop on her, and she is perennially unarmed. I started this book a little worried that I could be disappointed; that the debut was so fabulous that my expectations for this book were too high.

Please try again later. Adult lovers of Paranormal Mysteries. Next to me I saw Adam’s eyes shoot to Slade. However, the void left by Adam was replaced with another male character in the form of the lovely, although very different, vampire, Slade, or better known to the dark-race as ‘The Shade’ such a slight change to the name I’m not sure I understand why. Although I tend to like those books, I was in the mood for more. I’m completely with AH on this: You’ll find out soon if you read it.

Her pet demon was very interesting in the first book and continues to lose interest and seem weak as well. I am definatley going to be reading the next book, I did like the first book but after reading this, it has tipped this series in to the mabe shelves and I fully intend to put them all on my christmas list!

I don’t care for the mages that much, to be blacck. In this second instalment Sabina tje so out of her element that it’s downright hilarious. Welks old beloved characters are still around Giguhl and Adam! Mar 21, Denisa rated it really liked it Shelves: The Mage in Blck features several fight scenes that are kick-ass! Hope they will be able to rescue Maisie. Not the kind of heroine I would admire. Ultimately The Mage In Black seemed to be a difficult story to engage with.

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