Author: Jaye Wells


Review: Cursed Moon (The Prospero’s War #2) by Jaye Wells

Review: Cursed Moon (The Prospero’s War #2) by Jaye Wells

August 14, 2014 Review 0 ★★★

The Prospero’s War series inhabits a world where magic permeates the landscape of chemistry and pharmacology. With hints of allegory to our own reality’s war on drugs, the fundamental difference is how those born with magical potential have an advantage when it comes to cooking, but no additional defenses against the powerful high such activity creates.


Early Review: Dirty Magic (The Prospero’s War #1) by Jaye Wells

Early Review: Dirty Magic (The Prospero’s War #1) by Jaye Wells

January 20, 2014 Review 4 ★★★★

DIRTY MAGIC brings magic to the violent power struggles and chemical dependencies of the city streets, through the eyes of a heroine who has lived on both sides of the law. Wells builds her world on a mix of pharmacology and alchemy, giving an urban fantasy flavor to this gangland drama.


Early Review: Carniepunk (anthology) by Rachel Caine, Jennifer Estep, Kevin Hearne

Early Review: Carniepunk (anthology) by Rachel Caine, Jennifer Estep, Kevin Hearne

July 18, 2013 Review 1 ★★★★

This was a great story to start this anthology out with as it gives you the flavor of carnival life with its descriptions of sleazy carnies and weird, almost creepy relationships they have with eachother. PAINTED LOVE’s narrator, Doddle, was a weirdly passive and silent character and throughout most of the story I was constantly trying to figure out what his deal was.


Early Review: Blue-Blooded Vamp by Jaye Wells

Early Review: Blue-Blooded Vamp by Jaye Wells

May 27, 2012 Review 2 ★★★★

The conclusion to Jaye Wells’ Sabina Kane urban fantasy series; BLUE BLOODED VAMP was in a word; epic. This book was jam packed with complex characters, thrilling action, and startling realizations about Sabina and her heritage. I think just about every character from past books got at least a mention if not a small cameo which was nice as it felt like a kind of final curtain call. What I really enjoyed most about this book was that it constantly moved (we even begin the book on a moving train) towards a huge finale involving an intense confrontation with Cain, the father of vampires.


Review: The Mage in Black by Jaye Wells

Review: The Mage in Black by Jaye Wells

May 27, 2010 Uncategorized 2 ★★★

Book Description Sabina Kane doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to family. After all, her own grandmother, leader of the vampire race, wants her dead. So when she arrives in New York to meet her mage relatives, the reunion puts the fun in dysfunctional. Not only is mage culture completely bizarre, but everyone seems to think she’s some kind of ‘Chosen’ who’ll unite the dark races. Sabina doesn’t care who chose her, she’s not into destiny. But the mages aren’t Sabina’s only problem. In New York’s Black Light District, she has run-ins with fighting demons, hostile werewolves… Read more »


Review: Red-Headed Stepchild by Jaye Wells

Review: Red-Headed Stepchild by Jaye Wells

October 27, 2009 Review 7

Red-Headed Stepchild (Sabina Kane, Book 1) by Jaye Wells Book Description: In a world where being of mixed-blood is a major liability, Sabina doesn’t really fit in. And being an assassin – the only profession fit for an outcast – doesn’t help matters. But she’s never brought her work home. Until now. Her latest mission is uncomfortably complex, and threatens the fragile peace between the vampire and mage races. As Sabina scrambles to figure out which side she’s on, she uncovers a tangled political web, some nasty facts about her family and some unexpected new talents. Any of these things… Read more »