Demon Magic and a Martini by Annette Marie

The Guild Codex: Spellbound, Book 4

Synopsis: When I first landed a bartending job at the local guild, I didn’t know a thing about magic. These days, I’m practically an expert on the different magical classes, but there’s one nobody ever talks about: Demonica.

Turns out they have a good reason for that.

My guild is strictly hellion-free, but some people will risk life and soul to control the biggest bullies on the mythic playground. And now a demon has been loosed in the city.

My three best friends are determined to slay it, but even badass combat mages are critically out-magicked. And that’s not all. The monster they’re tracking–it’s not hiding. It’s not fleeing. It’s not leaving a trail of corpses everywhere it goes.

The demon is hunting too. And in a city full of mythics, it’s searching for deadlier prey.

If we can’t unravel the demon’s sinister motivations, more innocent people will die, but finding the answers means digging into dark secrets … and learning truths I never wanted to know.

Review: As always, I was eager to immerse myself in this sequel and to see the characters again! I love them all, and I loved seeing them again while discovering this new story.

Our heroes are going to have to deal with a whole new threat. Indeed, it seems that a demon is free in the city. They are terrible beings who can kill a large number of people, but who, on the other hand, are difficult to kill and are very powerful. So when all the guilds start chasing him, no one expects Tory to run into him.

You know what I loved about that novel? No ? Well, it’s centered on Ezra and I must admit that he was a character whose secrets I was really very eager to discover. We don’t know everything, no, but enough to understand a lot of things and I thought it was great! He’s one of the boys I like the most. Well, I’m a little sad not to have seen Zack, but it’s only a detail and I got completely carried away by the story and the revelations! I am always more curious to read on!

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