Wednesday, November 7, 2018

#BookReview – “Night Magic” by Jennifer Lyon


She’s a siren he can’t resist…

Phoenix Torq is the devilishly handsome bad boy of the Wing Slayer Hunters. Tormented by a mysterious singing in his head, he tracks the compelling voice and discovers his soul mirror witch and his ultimate salvation. Awesome, except that she’s already engaged—to a demon. Yet Ailish’s fierce independence and genuine heart draw him into wicked fight that could cost him his life and soul.

He’s a dangerous temptation…

Ailish Donovan is a blind witch who was tricked into a handfast with a demon. She absolutely refuses to serve a vile demon, or surrender control of her powerful magic to him. Ailish has two weeks to break the evil bond or she’ll die. When Phoenix explodes into her life, he lights up her dark world with steamy sensuality and steals her heart. She’s desperate to become a witch worthy of the man she loves…but how does she escape the demon’s hold on her?

Are they destined for tragedy?

With sure death speeding toward his beautiful and strong Ailish, Phoenix goes to hell and back seeking the magic to free her. But the answer he sought is one he doesn’t want. One of them must die.


In book 3 in the Wing Hunter Slayers, it’s Phoenix’s job to stop rogues from killing innocent earth witches. When he meets Ailish, he’s desperate to fight the bloodlust that’s telling him to kill her. Cursed into killing witches when they once protected them, the Wing Slayer Hunters need to find their soul-mirror (the earth witch whose soul is connected to theirs) in order to break the curse. Ailish is Phoenix’s soul-mirror, but she’s already promised to another. Phoenix is also the mythical phoenix and finds in Ailish more than just the other half of his soul.
Ailish is an earth witch but was raised in a coven of cruel demon witches. Her evil mother promised Ailish’s soul and her magical siren voice to the demon Asmodeus. Tricked into a handfasting ceremony with Asmodeus, Ailish has struggled for the past eight years to break the handfast and to survive on her own. She’s a strong, determined woman and being blind made her that much stronger.
I absolutely loved this book. It’s fast-paced and kept my attention. Phoenix and Ailish are wonderful characters (my fav couple in the series), and you can’t help but root for them. He’s so sexy, sweet, and a total badass with a funny side. The Chuck Norris jokes are hilarious. The ending is a tearjerker, so make sure you grab a tissue.
The side characters are great as always. The story takes place about five or six months after the first book, so it’s nice to see how the bonded couples are doing and how the non-bonded men are coping with the bloodlust. We also get an update on Joe and Morgan, the mortals who befriended the hunters in book one.
There were a few typos, for example: the crying kitten can’t be both a her and a him kitty.
The book is a great addition to series, and it furthers the overall series arc about taking down the evil Quinn Young, the leader of the rogues and the Wing Slayer Hunters main enemy.
I definitely recommend it.
5 Stars

Disclaimer – I bought this book for my own enjoyment. I am not paid or compensated in any way, shape, or form for this honest review. I will not change or alter this review for any reason unless at my discretion.

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