Review: The Mage in Black

The Mage in Black
The Mage in Black by Jaye Wells
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Continuing with the Sabina Kane series, Jaye Wells starts this book out with a bang — and a HUGE one. This book takes off a fast clip and just keeps going. Like I always say, if you’re looking for Vampires+Action, Wells should be your first stop.

Sabina Kane, half-vampire half-mage, has to come to terms with the magic-wielding side of her bloodline and the self-destructive streak inside her. There is more focus here on the romantic elements, and a simultaneous doubling-down on the action and adrenaline from the first novel, ending in a truly epic battle of good against evil — or at least light gray against dark gray.

I think this is her strongest Sabina Kane book yet (but I’ve only read the first three so far). Great pacing, great, action, lots of suspense — an all-around thrill ride.

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