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Publisher Description

Jade Calhoun was never fond of her empath abilities. Now she’s discovered she has another gift she’d rather not unwrap—magic. But when her mentor, Bea, becomes gravely ill and insists Jade’s the only one who can help, she’s forced to embrace her witchy side.

It’s too bad she spent a decade shunning the magical community and never learned to harness her powers. Because time’s run out. A trapped spirit has revealed a clue to Jade’s long-lost mother. The resident angel has gone rogue and disappeared with Jade’s boyfriend, Kane. And if that wasn’t enough, her ex appears to be possessed.

To save any of them, Jade will need to find a way to control her inner white witch—without succumbing to black magic. Otherwise, she’ll lose everything…including her soul.

February 12
Bayou Moon Publishing
Deanna Chase

Customer Reviews

Lisa Bateman ,

Witches, Demons and Angels

I really enjoyed this book. This review is for both the book and the audio since I have both. I just love Jade's world. I had read this years ago before I had ever reviewed books. I've read all of Pyper's books now so I thought I would go back and finish these. After reading Pyper's, I see how much Jade has grown in her character. Listening to this one again makes me see how she could be annoying in the beginning. She always questioned everything, even when lives hung in the balance. Never doing as she was told. But don't get me wrong, I do like her character, and I can see why she was like she was. If you like mysteries and you like a dash of the Supernatural, you will love this!

bewitched23 ,

Truly bewitched

Witty, sexy and charming, Chase made the city of New Orleans and the people who live there truly come to life. This is a great read but word of caution... it’s impossible to put down.

Abuelita 67 ,

Witches of Bourbon Street

This book was on the same level as the Harry Potter series. I recommend this book to anyone and everyone. The story touches on New Orleans and its mystery but doesn't drown out the thesis of the novel. The characters become people from one's everyday world who just don't have the same agenda as "normal" people.

I can't wait to start the next book in the series.

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