INDUSTRIAL MAGIC by Kelley Armstrong
About INDUSTRIAL MAGIC (taken from goodreads.com)
Kelley Armstrong returns with the eagerly awaited follow-up to Dime Store Magic. Paige Winterbourne, a headstrong young woman haunted by a dark legacy, is now put to the ultimate test as she fights to save innocents from the most insidious evil of all..
In the aftermath of her mother’s murder, Paige broke with the elite, ultraconservative American Coven of Witches. Now her goal is to start a new Coven for a new generation. But while Paige pitches her vision to uptight thirty-something witches in business suits, a more urgent matter commands her attention.
Someone is murdering the teenage offspring of the underworld’s most influential Cabals — a circle of families that makes the mob look like amateurs. And none is more powerful than the Cortez Cabal, a faction Paige is intimately acquainted with. Lucas Cortez, the rebel son and unwilling heir, is none other than her boyfriend. But love isn’t blind, and Paige has her eyes wide open as she is drawn into a hunt for an unnatural-born killer. Pitted against shamans, demons, and goons, it’s a battle chilling enough to make a wild young woman grow up in a hurry. If she gets the chance.
Review of INDUSTRIAL MAGIC
I’m 100% over whatever hatred I had for Paige. I really, really didn’t like her in the first books but I love her now. She was a much stronger character in this book and was super loyal to her friends. I loved Lucas as well. He’s super smart and handsome! I like how they introduced Lucas’ father more. I didn’t like him but he’s a really good character. Savannah was as fantastic as ever and there was a bunch of new characters.
The story was as amazing as the first books. It keeps getting better and better. I love that Lucas is helping out his father, kind of. I also really like that this book is a little bit of romance, fantasy and mystery all in one. I’m trying to keep this review short so I’m not gushing too long. Basically this is a book I could read over and over, and not get bored. Ever.
5 out of 5
“I thought you were all-seeing.”
All-knowing, not all-seeing!” he snapped. “I’m a God, not Santa Claus!”