White witch Jade Calhoun is seven months pregnant. All she wants to do is sink into domestic bliss while enjoying planning wedding and baby showers. But when a new acquaintance is arrested by the Witches Council and then mysteriously disappears, Jade is pulled into the thick of things. Forced by the Witches Council to track down the missing woman, Jade finds herself once again dealing with dragons.
It should be a piece of cake, right? All she needs to do is track down the woman who escaped the Council, stop the dragons from awakening and taking over the city, and still find time to celebrate life’s milestones… all while in her third trimester.
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Action packed, fast paced, humorous taleDragons of Bourbon Street is the ninth entertaining installm
Dragons of Bourbon Street is the ninth entertaining installment in A Jade Calhoun series. All our regular cast of characters are back plus we get introduced to Flame, Elijah and his familiar Trevor, and Harper Spelling and her cousins. Even Ida May makes an appearance. The Witches Council seems determined to mess with Jade even though she is seven months pregnant. Of course, they fail to understand the needs of someone in her condition which includes access to a bathroom and plenty of food (crackers do not count). Deanna Chase has a distinctive writing style (I mean this in a good way). Her casual writing style drew me into the story along with her quirky characters and laugh-out-loud moments. The mystery is full of twists with illusions, a Cajun familiar breeder, and someone deadly (and mentally challenged) running the show. Jade has a great group of friends with unique abilities that she can count on to help her with challenging situations. The take down is one-of-a-kind and jaw dropping. At the end, Jade and Kane’s daughter makes an appearance and Kat has a very special wedding day. I suggest reading A Jade Calhoun series in order. The books build upon each other as the character defeat foes, form bonds and develop as individuals. It is even advisable to have read A Pyper Raine series (they work together). I do want to let you know that there is foul language and intimate scenes. One of my favorite lines is from Jade “my insides felt like they were being ripped right out of me.” I felt that was a very accurate description of labor. Dragons of Bourbon Street is a delightful paranormal mystery/romance with dragons, an evil adversary, a tenacious Witches Council, a ghost dog, good friends, a wedding, plus a cuddly fire breathing puppy and other interesting familiars. You do not want to miss out on this fast paced, action packed and humorous tale.