Mystic Jive

Mystic Jive Nothing can hurt the dead They re lucky that way As Mattie Blackman s personal life with Rhys heats up the dead frantically appeal to the Hand of Fate for help An ancient evil is stirring Cursed by a

  • Title: Mystic Jive
  • Author: Sharon Joss
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Nothing can hurt the dead They re lucky that way.As Mattie Blackman s personal life with Rhys heats up, the dead frantically appeal to the Hand of Fate for help An ancient evil is stirring Cursed by a vindictive cult of sorcerers that law enforcement doesn t dare confront, Mattie gathers her friends and allies to stop a dark ritual with the power to tear her whole worldNothing can hurt the dead They re lucky that way.As Mattie Blackman s personal life with Rhys heats up, the dead frantically appeal to the Hand of Fate for help An ancient evil is stirring Cursed by a vindictive cult of sorcerers that law enforcement doesn t dare confront, Mattie gathers her friends and allies to stop a dark ritual with the power to tear her whole world apart.Mystic Jive is the fourth book in the Hand of Fate urban fantasy series.

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    • Adriel Wiggins says:

      I tend to say that Urban Fantasy is a hit-or-miss subgenre for me. But, when I really think about it, I either really, really love the book, or I simply hate it. And I tend to really, really love Urban Fantasy more than I hate it. So, maybe it would be more accurate to say that certain Urban Fantasy AUTHORS are hit-or-miss for me. Over the years, however, I’ve learned that the Urban Fantasy that I love the most are ones where the main character is a detective of some sort. Even better if there [...]

    • pamela myers says:

      The book was greatMattie has her hands full and has no idea what evils await her . the trouble keep coming along with heartache.

    • Terrie Binkley says:

      "Loved this book!Can't wait for number 5. If you like a combination of monsters and romance, this book is for you! Sharon joss is my new favorite.

    • Det Cornforth says:

      No moreBoring. Why do authors persist in making someone who is allegedly a descendant of a God, and act as a complete moron. A weakling who supposedly is learning a martial art, but never seems able to hold her own when confronted by enemies. What is the point of her existence when she constantly fails. I am just not into lengthy series which do not deliver a fair amount of genuine heroism. It's just one cock up after another and does not deliver a fair story. I read the first book and thought t [...]

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