!!> Epub ➢ A Case of Possession (A Charm of Magpies, #2) ➡ Author K.J. Charles – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

A Case of Possession (A Charm of Magpies, #2) Magic In The Blood Danger In The Streets.Lord Crane Has Never Had A Lover Quite As Elusive As Stephen Day He Knows Stephen S Job As Justiciar Requires Secrecy, But The Magician Is Doing His Disappearing Act Than Seems Reasonable Especially Since Crane Will Soon Return To His Home In China When A Blackmailer Threatens To Expose Their Illicit Relationship, There S Only One Thing Stopping Crane From Leaving The Country He Loathes Stephen.Stephen Has Problems Of His Own As He Investigates A Plague Of Giant Rats Sweeping London, His Sudden Increase In Power, Boosted By His Blood And Sex Bond With Crane, Is Rousing Suspicion That He S Turned Warlock With All Eyes On Him, The Threat Of Exposure Grows Stephen Could Lose His Friends, His Job And His Liberty Over His Relationship With Crane He S Not Sure If He Can Take That Risk Much Longer Crane Isn T Sure If He Can Ask Him To.The Rats Are Closing In, And Something Has To Give Book 2 Of The Charm Of Magpies Series Previously Published By Samhain.


10 thoughts on “A Case of Possession (A Charm of Magpies, #2)

  1. says:

    After I finished writing The Magpie Lord, I wanted to find out what Stephen and Crane would do next All very well for these two guys to strike up a romance in an isolated decaying mansion full of magic, magpies and maniacs, but what happens when they take it back to the oppressive environment of Victorian London where Crane has a business to run, and Stephen has to enforce the law on other magicians, while dodging it for himself It was obvious that this story needed to centre around one of St After I finished writing The Magpie Lord, I wanted to find out what Stephen and Crane would do next All very well for these two guys to strike up a romance in an isolated decaying mansion full of magic, magpies and maniacs, but what happens when they take it back to the oppressive environment of Victorian London where Crane has a business to ...


  2. says:

    4.5 starsHey The Magpie Lord fans this is book 2 But it feels different And I mean that in a way that screams it s even better A Case of Possession, in my opinion, could even possibly be read as a standalone Very little of book 1 sets anything up for book 2 other than the introduction of our fantastic characters of Crane, Stephen, and Merrick And those characters are SO GREAT in book 2 along with somefun and freaky and fantastic side characters added to the mixAlthough, let s get r 4.5 starsHey The Magpie Lord fans this is book 2 But it feels different And I mean that in a way that screams it s even better A Case of Possession, in my opinion, could even possibly be read as a standalone Very little of book 1 sets anything up for book 2 other than the introduction of our fantastic charac...


  3. says:

    The Magpie Lord Buddy read with the MacHalo group.I didn t like this one as much as the first, but it was enjoyable Another mystery to solve involving giant magicked rats I could have done without the relationship drama between Stephen and Crane Meh I guess it s better to get it out of the way early on, though.Crane is magnificent and hilarious I don t l...


  4. says:

    More of a Sopho Slouch, really.To me this felt a bit rushed and insubstantial the plotting seemed a gauzy thing easily swept aside at the end.Not enough conflict, or humor, or tension Way too much conversation, as fun as that can be to read when pen...


  5. says:

    Written January 29, 20144.4 Stars hot, mysterious and well done in an historic London another winner with Magpie powerAt last the second part is here and it was just as good as the first one, The Magpie Lord 4.5 stars , was These gentlemen are street smart, English noble and a bit hefty and two very shameless, but adorable, sexy men They always do a lot of interesting stuff both indoor and outdoor In a tantalizing mini shorty Interlude with Tattoos 4.2 stars we got a taste of Written January 29, 20144.4 Stars hot, mysterious and well done in an historic London another winner with Magpie powerAt last the second part is here and it was just as good as the first one, The Magpie Lord 4.5 stars , was These gentlemen are street smart, English noble and a bit hefty and two very shameless, but adorable, sexy men They always do a lot of interesting stuff both indoor and outdoor In a tantalizing mini shorty Interlude with Tattoos 4.2 stars we got a taste of their present life and relationship A very tempting teaser with the lord s dirty talk And here we are again Hurray and it was a lot of rats this time Lucien Vaudrey, the new Lord Crane and his lover Stephen Day is a couple to love and remember May it just bebooks about them As the book blurb saysLord Crane has never had a lover quite as elusive as Stephen DaySo right, and so tempting sweet to see Stephen gulped You ...


  6. says:

    Magpie Gate Season 2 Commencing inThe Magpie Lord was most certainly one of the best buzz books of 2013 Could the latest addition in the A Charm of Magpies series, A Case of Possession continue the charm and repeat the buzz Hmm let me think about itYou look like the cat that swallowed the cream, Stephen said softly That comes laterHell yes Round two was just as good as book 1 Don t skip book 1 You really should read the series in order.This series makes me want to shout f Magpie Gate Season 2 Commencing inThe Magpie Lord was most certainly one of the best buzz books of 2013 Could the latest addition in the A Charm of Magpies series, A Case of Possession continue the charm and repeat the buzz Hmm let me think about itYou look like the cat that swallowed the cream, Stephen said softly That comes laterHell yes Round two was just as good as book 1 Don t skip book 1 You really should read the series in order.This series makes me want to shout from the rooftops with how good the writing is, with how well faceted the characters are, with how rich the story telling is I m not the biggest fan of reading about the same couple in a series, K.J Charles has proved how it can be a good thing.Months have passed since we last saw Mr Day and Lord Crane There are now in London and searching through a reputable part of town searching for a murderer and gulps giant rats Erm, I m not even going to post pictures of the vermin because ...


  7. says:

    When The Magpie Lord burst into my periphery back in September 2013, I immediately thought it was fresh and exciting So of course the sequel became the case of high anticipation Did it deliver Hell, yeah In some part it was even better although in other parts, I was a bit let down It all depends on your expectations, I guess.Okay, mystery wise or the paranormal case that Stephen took and ended up involving Crane, that one ROCKED my socks Seriously it was a much better plot, involving e When The Magpie Lord burst into my periphery back in September 2013, I immediately thought it was fresh and exciting So of course the sequel became the case of high anticipation Did it deliver Hell, yeah In some part it was even better although in other parts, I was a bit let down It all depends on your expectations, I guess.Okay, mystery wise or the paranormal case that Stephen took and ended up involving Crane, that one ROCKED my socks Seriously it...


  8. says:

    And you thought the countryside was bad London manages to bring forth a plague of disturbing proportions Rats Let your imagination enlarge that unconscious fear and enjoy the story Aside from the aforementioned icky bits there s Stephen s team to meet Yay Sassy group Also, Crane and Stephen manage to move forward spectacularly well much to my surprise I guess I m use to being tortured relentlessly with stupidness on MCs parts in other series, but no, not here Hip, hip HOORAY I am char And you thought the countryside was bad London manages to bring forth a plague of disturbing proportions Rats Let your imagination enlarge that unconscious fear and enjoy the story Aside from the aforementioned icky bits there s Stephen s team to meet Yay...


  9. says:

    It couldn t be better The funny thing is that I had decided I would never again read Historical Romance Well, this isn t exactly HR, it is Historical Fiction, and entwined with MM notes, all of this makes this book a wonder thing to read.In the first book, Crane and Stephen are lusting after each other They...


  10. says:

    AWESOME SAUCE, this series is.I spent quite a lot of my time reading this book thinking about Crane and Stephen s relationship and how to describe it But all I kept thinking about was that Police songI ll be wrapped around your fingerDevil and the deep blue sea behind meVanish in the air, you ll never find meI will turn your face to alabasterThen you ll find your servant is your masterYou ll be wrapped around my finger And I was trying to figure out how to translate those lyrics into, like, AWESOME SAUCE, this series is.I spent quite a lot of my time reading this book thinking about Crane ...


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