An ifrit tries to take over Celia Graves's body so he can free thousands of evil djinn to plague mankind in Cat Adam's All Your Wishes.
A client begs Celia Graves—part human, part Siren, part vampire—to help return a genie to his bottle. The attempt makes Celia a target for the currently incorporeal ifrit. If she doesn't give him her body, he'll kill everyone she loves. If she does, he'll use her physical form to free thousands of evil djinn.
Celia's not going to hand over her body, but her client tries to trick her into it—so that he can kill the ifrit while it's trapped in her flesh. That doesn't end well for the client. Celia might not get paid for the gig, but she's got to get the ifrit re-bottled before all hell breaks loose—possibly literally!
Now written solely by C. T. Adams under the Cat Adams name, All Your Wishes continues the outstanding urban fantasy series Blood Singer with a thrilling new adventure.
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In the satisfying seventh installment of the Blood Singer urban fantasy series (following 2014's To Dance with the Devil), series star Celia Graves, a part-vampire, part-Siren professional bodyguard, is hired to protect a man who's been charged with capturing a malevolent ifrit. Celia doesn't want the case the client is secretive and untrustworthy but multiple precognitives claim that the fate of humankind is at stake and her participation is essential. Things go wrong at every turn, including assassination attempts and the ifrit taking control of her body and threatening to kill everyone she loves. It'll take a heroic sacrifice to save the day. A nonstop, action-packed story involving a global threat raises the stakes to high levels, keeping the reader on edge, but in many ways this episode feels like a stage-clearing reset of the status quo. Several extant plot lines and multiple supporting characters are wrapped up or removed in perfunctory fashion, and Celia herself seems poised for the next step in her career. Though not seamless, the book is a solid continuation of the series.
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Why has the price went up? The first 6 books are in a bundle for $38.99, but this book is shorter in addition to being more expensive, I loved the series but this entry is a bit overpriced for the amount of content in the latest entry.