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Devils & Thieves by Jennifer Rush

Book Summary:

Power corrupts. Magic kills.

Eighteen-year-old Jemmie Carmichael is surrounded by magic in the quiet town of Hawthorne, New York. In her world, magic users are called “kindled,” and Jemmie would count herself among them if only she could cast a simple spell without completely falling apart. It doesn’t help that she was also recently snubbed by Crowe—the dangerous and enigmatic leader of Hawthorne’s kindled motorcycle gang, the Devils’ League.

When the entire kindled community rolls into Hawthorne for an annual festival, a rumor spreads that someone is practicing forbidden magic. Then people start to go missing. With threats closing in from every side, no one can be trusted. Jemmie and Crowe will have to put aside their tumultuous history to find their loved ones, and the only thing that might save them is the very flaw that keeps Jemmie from fully harnessing her magic. For all her years of feeling useless, Jemmie may just be the most powerful kindled of all.

My Review:

What do you get when you mix magic beings in an motorcycle gang? A big mess of trouble coming your way. This book story line was awesome. Who would have thought to have an world fill with magic people and they partying it like humans do. I feel bad for Jemmie, she don’t know where she fits in this world at all. Then you have Crowe the gang leader, a guy you try so hard to hate in the book. When people start disappearing, can all the gangs get together to solve the problem? This book leaves you wanting for more. Packed with some love, magic and action this book has a little something for everyone. Happy Reading!

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