Tuesday, July 17, 2018

A Taste of Your Own Magic by Katie Salidas

A Taste of Your Own Magic (Agents of A.S.S.E.T. #2)Book Description:
Sage Cynwrig has finally accepted her destiny and joined ASSET. With the sharp-tongued, machete wielding Grey Maddox as her partner, she’s ready to put her magical immunity to the test. 
As the saying goes, be careful what you wish for. 

Just when Sage thinks she’s getting the hang of this whole agent thing, smooth-talking Djinn named Luke moves in, right next door to her apartment. As if she needed anymore magical men making her life a living hell. His arrival coincides with a number of strange disappearances in the supernatural community. 

It’s all hands on deck at ASSET as rumors from the underground suggest that the missing creatures are part of a magical recipe. Someone’s attempting to recreate the lost Amulet of Emmuri: an artifact of legend capable of bestowing the power of the gods on whomever wears it. 

With a little help from her street-wise vampire informant, Zack, Sage is able to pinpoint the malevolent force orchestrating this devious scheme. But just as she closes in, her human roommate Matt is pulled into the fray, and everything gets personal. 

Stop the Amulet from being completed, or save her best friend? With the fate of the world hanging in the balance, either choice will force Sage to break the very magical laws she's supposed to uphold.

My Thoughts:
I loved book one of the ASSET series and couldn't wait for this book. Sage is torn about being an agent for ASSET but really knows she is going to accept. Her partner is of course, the one and only, Grey. I really do adore that fedora wearing overbearing agent. He is just what Sage needs but the two of them fight worse than an old married couple.
Matt is still my favorite character, and I like his boyfriend Josh a lot. Luke has me confused but I want to see more of him because I think he is a good guy. The new characters added to the mix was great. There were some intense emotions in the book. Huge laughter, stubbornness, hurt, betrayal, and more.  The story was one I didn't put down at all once I started, I had to finish it. I love that I'm left looking forward to what happens to the characters next, but at the same time, I want to know NOW. 
It is a 5/5. Read the first book and then devour this one!
Thank you to the author for the review copy of this book.  I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.


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