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Djinn Justice (The Collegium Book 2) by [Schwartz, Jenny]
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An Ancient Egyptian curse has been fed blood and magic.

Fay Olwen is still adjusting to life as one of a couple. She never expected to have a sexy leopard-were cuddling her at midnight in his huge bed in his gorgeous villa on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus. But here she is, in love and in luck--finally! There's not a demon in sight.

Pity she can't say the same about the invading djinn.

Somebody is stealing weres' dream essences, enslaving their spirits to create living zombies. As Steve receives a quest to save the were community, Fay discovers that he has a whole other life she knew nothing about. Rather than being a solitary mercenary, Steve has family, friends and an inherited responsibility: the Suzerainty. What place is there for a banished mage in his life?

What place? Kicking ass, wielding magic and learning the wild magic that is the mate-bond.

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"Djinn Justice" is for fans of world-travelling, whirlwind paranormal romance. It can be read as a stand-alone novel, although the novella "Demon Hunter" tells the story of how Fay and Steve got together.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2307 KB
  • Print Length: 215 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jenny Schwartz (9 December 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0182EVXO2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #64,755 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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By Lily Malone TOP 100 REVIEWER on 14 December 2015
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I read Demon Hunter earlier this year and really enjoyed it (like *really* enjoyed it), so I was thrilled to find that Djinn Justice revisited Steve the were-leopard and Fay the mage in another (though very separate) episode of their story.
This book begins 2 weeks after Demon Hunter ends, with Fay and Steve on holiday for some much needed R&R (well deserved considering they'd just saved the world). But, they're interrupted by a tricky djinn called Uncle who sets them on a quest to find out why there is a mage stealing were-animal souls.
All this is really good. Fay meets Steve's were-family, particularly his grandparents who are rather on the frosty side of welcoming, and travels to his home city in Alexandria, the city of the Suzerain.
What I liked about this book is the developing relationship between Steve and Fay - this is done really well. I like how Jenny Schwartz writes action and I find her very much at ease with writing paranormal. What I didn't enjoy so much is that I felt the book gets bogged down in explanation of the paranormal elements. There is a lot of description of magic, were's, (why were's aren't affected by magic but how a mage can 'magic' the world around them); there's collegium description; djinn description; rogue-mage description/explanation, and it's just too much for me. Other readers might find it necessary or enjoy this.
For me, I'm there in the paranormal world and I don't need that much time/space dedicated to explanation of the magic elements... so I wanted more action and more story. That said, there is a great scene where Fay 'magics' the world around the grumpy leader of the were-wolves, to prove a point. This is a classic 'show' not 'tell' and it works well.
Fay is a very considered character.
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Once again, another action packed story and a great page-turner. Fay and Steve’s strengths and weaknesses balanced each other perfectly. This story focused on their partnership proving that there’s more to their relationship than pure romance. Magic, humour, danger, a little naughtiness – it’s all there much to this reader’s delight. As the story mentioned, you don’t need to read the first book to enjoy the second, but go on, you know you want to. ;) And there’s a third in the series to come. :)
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By Demelza Carlton TOP 50 REVIEWER on 26 December 2015
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I've been dying to read this one, and I finally found some time over Christmas - boy, am I glad I did.

Djinn and shifters and a witch (mage), jetting all over the world by magical and technological means, as Steve and Fay try to sort out their own relationship and his candidacy for the Suzerainty as well. Oh, what a wonderful ride :D

From steamy action to battle scenes, this book has it all - and I must admit, I love the series more than ever.

Five stars.
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