Black Diamond Jinn (A Hot SF/Fantasy Novella)

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
The Mayan Doom is real. Witch Amaia Jones has the spreadsheet to prove it. The world is ending tonight but her boss won't let her call a jinni to help. She turns to darkly handsome Rafe.

Rafe turns out to be black diamond jinn, the deadliest of his kind. The price for his help is high but with hours to go, Amaia's alternatives are rapidly dwindling.

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About Mary Hughes

I write wickedly fun romantic adventures and steamy paranormal romances, stories that crackle with action and love. Challenging, smart alpha men--and women not afraid of a challenge. Oh, do the sparks fly when he meets THE woman guaranteed to infuriate and inflame him most.

In real life I'm an author, a spouse and mother, a flutist, a computer geek, and a binge-TV-watcher of The Flash, Elementary, NCIS, and Wynonna Earp.

~Mary Hughes

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Kate Northey reviewed on on June 16, 2012

I stumbled upon Mary Hughes not long after she released her first book "Bite My Fire" and it was the first "I" (first person) book I actually sat down and read, and enjoyed - and that says everything!

Personally I dislike reading first person novels because the repetitious "I did this", "I did that" is more than a little jarring to my reading head-space.

And yet, from the very first page, the very first word, I was hooked on Mary Hughes - she's a fantastic writer, with a wicked sense of humor, clever story-lines, to die-for vampire heroes and kick-ass heroines!

Black Diamond Jinn has all the flavor of Mary Hughes - great writing, great humor, great sex and a damn good read. The only downside to this shift away from her 'hunky vampires' is I thought the storyline dragged too long in places - much like Nixie & Julian's story while they were at the fair.

Sometimes less is more, you know? Otherwise, brilliant yet again.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Stasi Swain reviewed on on June 5, 2012

Mary Hughes is an amazing wordsmith. She captures your imagination with the first word and takes you on a whirl-wind journy. This was a new angle for her but she did a wonderful job creating the world for this story. Something that I did not love was that we seemed to have some un-answered questions in the end. However, it hopefully means that there will be more of these charaters to come, possibly explaining what Karmic physics means and how it works.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)

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