• Cursed Moon

  • Prospero's War, Book 2
  • By: Jaye Wells
  • Narrated by: Morgan Hallett
  • Length: 11 hrs and 9 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (286 ratings)

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Cursed Moon

By: Jaye Wells
Narrated by: Morgan Hallett
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Publisher's summary

USA Today best-selling author Jaye Wells pens paranormal thrillers brimming with nonstop action and wit. There's a blue moon rising in Babylon, putting Detective Kate Prospero and the rest of the city on edge. When she learns a rogue wizard stole deadly potions to build a dirty magic bomb, Kate must locate him and defuse the bomb - before the city surrenders to chaos.

©2014 Jaye Wells (P)2014 Recorded Books

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"Kate Prospero is my new favorite heroine - imperfect, haunted, driven, and dangerous." ( New York Times best seller Kevin Hearne)

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I liked this but I didn't. It's actually closer to a 3 1/2 ****Spoilers*****






The author wants to have it both ways. We're suppose to think that Porpero's cooking Magic is terrible but she did it to save her brother. Not much villainy there. Then there is her friends magic potion abuse. The woman had busted ribs and whiplash. Addiction is hard to lick but it's hard to condemn people who get caught up trying to heal. So, their bad because of magic use is their big bad secrets but it doesn't wash. And frankly I'm tired of the addiction preaching. I'm glad Propero's gotten over her aversion to cooking and realizes good can come of it. For that reason alone I might read the next one.

Oh, and I'm also tired of her knocking John. He's done nothing that makes him the enemy but she doesn't want to admit that she still has a thing for him so she never gives him a break but she goes to him when her cases get tough. I also think she needs to admit that maybe there is a chance he's changed as well. Her condemnation is getting old.

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Good mix of gritty mystery, brash detective work

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