Gamer. Nerd. Sorceress.
Jade Crow lives a quiet life running her comic book and game store in Wylde, Idaho. After twenty-five years fleeing from a powerful sorcerer who wants to eat her heart and take her powers, quiet suits her just fine. Surrounded by friends who are even less human than she is, Jade figures she’s finally safe.
As long as she doesn’t use her magic.
When dark powers threaten her friends’ lives, a sexy shape-shifter enforcer shows up. He’s the shifter world’s judge, jury, and executioner rolled into one, and he thinks Jade is to blame. To clear her name, save her friends, and stop the villain, she’ll have to use her wits… and her sorceress powers.
Except Jade knows that as soon as she does, a far deadlier nemesis awaits.
Justice Calling is the first book in The Twenty-Sided Sorceress urban fantasy series.
Loved it. The story was captivating. Could have had less "melting loins" but I really liked the story.
Is "Irish" a language?
Isn't Gaelic the language of the Irish?
Anyway. The story was pretty interesting and the writing style is amusing and easy to read. The romance felt rushed and just came out of left field for me though. I feel like there should have been more build up there. The way it happened just kind of had me rolling me eyes.
Cee A Bee
As an introductory short novel, this did hold my interest. I hope, in future efforts, that the author develops the characters more and gives us more of the story at a time.