Thanks to a tip from the undead pirate Jean Lafitte, DJ Jaco knows the attacks aren't random—an unknown necromancer has resurrected the original Axeman of New Orleans, and his ultimate target is a certain blonde wizard. Namely, DJ.
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Combating an undead serial killer as troubles pile up around her isn't easy. Jake Warin's loup-garou nature is spiraling downward, enigmatic neighbor Quince Randolph is acting weirder than ever, the Elders are insisting on lessons in elven magic from the world's most annoying wizard, and former partner Alex Warin just turned up on DJ's to-do list. Not to mention big maneuvers are afoot in the halls of preternatural power. An enchanting examination of magic and the people who wield it, River Road is a book to be savored. This second novel in the Sentinels of New Orleans series is a page-turner all by itself, but don't cheat yourself by missing out on Royal Street , its predecessor.
Sympathetic, entertaining DJ is the perfect narrator.
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The author captures Katrina's devastation and the long recovery of a city's resilient people. Likely to remind readers of Charlaine Harris's fun True Blood. Turn off the TV. People jog at dawn for a reason. Like have oral surgery. The first book in the series, Royal Street was something I picked up on a whim. To my complete surprise, I loved it.
Alex Warin, shape-shifter extraordinaire is her ex-enforcer partner and his cousin Jake is a recently-turned loup-garou: the biggest, baddest breed of werewolf. Jean Lafitte informs DJ of an odd illness afflicting mermaid clans and upon investigating, two bodies of Green Congress wizards are discovered.
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The plaque on the enormous clock claimed it has been hand-carved of mahogany in , about years after the birth of the undead pirate waiting for me upstairs. They were both quite handsome, but the clock was a lot safer.
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Needless to say, I love this series. After reading, I realized I had nothing to worry about: Suzanne Johnson took a painful subject still fresh in mind and approached it delicately and respectfully. River Road is no different: New Orleans is still struggling to regain its footing and Johnson tells it like it is. No sugar-coating here, folks. River Road introduces a few new species mers, nymphs and I loved getting to know them! That said, even though there are plenty of new characters, all the old ones get plenty of screen time, so to speak.
Having three super-hot, though not exactly human, love interests might seem like overkill, but I loved it. Oh man. Talk about an ending!
Simon, is the wizard tasked with protecting the city from anyone or anything that might slip over from the preternatural beyond. While winds howled and Lake Pontchartrain surged, the borders between the modern city and the Otherworld crumbled. Now, the undead and the restless are roaming the Big Easy, and a serial killer with ties to voodoo is murdering the soldiers sent to help the city recover.
The search for Gerry and for the serial killer turns personal when DJ learns the hard way that loyalty requires sacrifice, allies come from the unlikeliest places, and duty mixed with love creates one bitter gumbo.
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Drusilla Jaco — DJ, thank you very much — is a wizard in the order of Green Congress and her specialty is emphatic magic. She has the ability to take on the feelings and emotions of those surrounding her. I had read a few reviews saying Royal Street was boring. I found the opposite to be true: I was excited to read this book.
The plot progressed at a wonderful pace with just enough action thrown in before the Big Fight to make me eager for more.
The characters were great. Jake and Alex, cousins and possible love-interests, were an absolute joy to read.