Blood. Sex. Magic. Knight Games!
Book 2 in the knight games series
Commitment phobic Grateful Knight has her hands full. While she struggles to understand her new role as Monk's Hill Witch, evil isn't waiting for her to come up to speed. Not only is there an increase in supernatural activity in her ward, she's being evicted from her home, breaking in a snarky new familiar, and trying to sort out her feelings for her metaphysically connected and immortal boyfriend, Rick.
When Grateful foils a murder at a fae bordello, she uncovers a plot by a local vampire coven to obtain a secret weapon with the power to control both the living and the dead. History is threatening to repeat itself. And if Grateful doesn't give herself over to her role completely, it could cost her everything.
Knight Games Reading Order
The Ghost and The Graveyard
Kick The Candle
Queen of the Hill
Mother May I
Don't miss this super sexy paranormal romance/urban fantasy!
Kick the Candle
Excellent story teller! I really enjoy the way Genevieve Jack takes the reader on a journey from the first page to the last. The ongoing storyline has me completely hooked. You know its a good book when you can’t put it down, but at the same time you don’t want it to end!
Kick the Candle
Wow this is a great book! I really enjoy all the books by Genevieve Jack. This is part of a series and to get the most of this book I recommend reading the others in the series first. Genevieve is a wonderful writer. I didn't want to put the book down and an looking forward to her next book.
I’d equate this to a poorly written daytime drama. The main character flip flops and contradicts herself CONSTANTLY. The book itself is centered around the sex scenes which are the quality of a free porn site. It’s “raunchy” and not in a good way. I felt as if I were reading a book written by a man pretending to know what women want. He gets close to a good scene but then manages to throw it all off, one way or another, EVERY SINGLE TIME. A frustrating read. The first book was disappointing. The Second IS certainly my last.