Cassia is finally home and about to
gain the birthright that she has been working for. Cassia
as come to realize all the changes it will cause in her
life, but there is still one problem – she will have to mate
with someone other than Jake. She is even trying to accept
that until Cassia sees Jake about to die and she leaves
everything to go to him.
Jake Macgregor is the leader of the
Paranormal Special Forces in San Francisco and he has his
hands full. They have defeated two gods, and now have to
find and defeat the human how somehow gained all their
powers. Jake has all of San Francisco on his shoulders and
he knows that somehow, someway he and the rest of the group
have to find the missing link. Another reason is that
Cassia is missing from the group and Jake feels a hole where
she was. But why did she lie to them?
Truths are revealed when Cassia and
Jake talk. Jake is not going to let Cassia belong to anyone
but him, even if he has to face the Great Guardian himself.
Now Jake and Cassia have two missions: to defeat Darkwolf
and to find a way to be together forever. Both are going to
take every bit of trust, logic, magic, and love they have
and a whole lot of help from their friends to achieve both
and get their magical ending.
Superb! Were my feelings after
finishing Dark Magic. I was waiting for Jake
and Cassia’s story ever since I closed the cover on the
previous Magic book. It was definitely worth the wait.
Cassia has finally come of age and is about to find her
destiny, but it’s one without Jake. Jake knows that all of
his attention should be focused on the fight with Darkwolf,
but there is no way not to think of Cassia and his needs.
Together not only do they fight a dark and dangerous foe but
struggle to keep the love they have together even when it
means fighting the highest of powers in the Otherworld. I
inhaled Dark Magic from cover to cover, loving
it along the way. Cassia and Jake are a force to be
reckoned with and prove that passion and love is the most
important thing in any world. The one sad thing was when I
finished and knew that the Magic series was over, but I know
that I will be re-reading this and the rest of the series
over again. Dark Magic was the best way to
end a wonderful series and I highly recommend it – as a
matter of fact I Joyfully Recommend it with out hesitation.