Ed crouched and lunged at the swordsman again but, this time the swordsman flung his free hand forward. Magick buzzed through the air, strong enough that it threatened to suck the air from my lungs. Liquid fire erupted from the swordsman’s fingers against a battle cry in Latin. That was all I needed to be sure of who it was Ed was fighting and to know that he was in way over his head.
Playing with Fire by EA Copen
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Today I have the honor of reviewing EA Copen’s newest book, released today! It’s called Playing with Fire. I had the pleasure, not only of beta-reading this book, but also getting an ARC for my honest review. You can be sure I have every book in the series on my shelf and I will be adding this one as soon as it’s released to keep my set up to date.
The cover for Playing with Fire drew me in. I’m well acquainted with Judah Black, Copen’s bad-ass BSI agent in charge of keeping the peace amongst the supernaturals in Paint Rock. I needed to know why she was holding flames in her hand!
Playing with Fire is the fourth book in an amazing series by indie author EA Copen. If paranormal adventure and suspense is your thing make like a hipster and go meet her now. You won’t regret it. I promise. She has suspense and adventure down to a science. Her vampires aren’t sweet and sparkly and her werewolves don’t sit and obey. (But they are super cool!)
If you haven’t met Judah Black, let me introduce you now. She’s a tough as nails BSI (Bureau of Supernatural Investigation) agent who doesn’t take no for an answer and isn’t easily beaten. She’s mom to a teenaged were-wolf and drives a 1968 Firebird that she’s patched together from parts.
In Playing with Fire Judah is up against a new enemy- a cult that wants her, and her family out of the way, and a friend who seems to have turned against her. On top of that she has a duel with a Faerie King that she can afford to lose. She is armed with new spells but she’s not ready for what’s coming. Or the depth of the investigation she stumbles into and can’t walk away from, no matter who warns her away or how they do it.
Judah will find herself questioning everything she thought she knew, but will she find her way back to her life?
Playing with Fire can be purchased in kindle format and paperback at Amazon.
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