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I really enjoyed this story as it combines two of my favourite genres – fantasy and thriller.
If you like the popular FBI profiling TV shows, you will enjoy reading Agent of Enchantment.
FBI agent and profiler, Cassandra Liddell is sent on assignment to London to help with an investigation into a series of Jack the Ripper copycat killings.
Things, however, aren’t as they seem. Cassandra starts seeing things that she can’t explain and she becomes aware that something supernatural is involved in these killings but how can she explain this to the local police without coming off as being crazy?
On her first night in London, Cassandra is attacked by two men, who definitely don’t appear to be human and is rescued by a lethally alluring fae. She cannot decide if he is a main suspect in the murders or if he is trying to help her. Does he have his own agenda? What does he want from her? Cassandra doesn’t know who to trust when the tables are turned and the police start to suspect her of being involved.
In her attempts to clear her name and find the real killer, Cassandra finds out that she isn’t all human. Her world is turned upside down and she has to fight for her life.
This is an exciting roller-coaster read that will hook you from the beginning and keep you enthralled until the end.
This fab writing duo of Crawford and Rivers works seamlessly to provide an entertaining and thrilling story. Agent of Enchantment is a great start to the Dark Fae FBI series and I can’t wait to read the next book. I found the characters riveting; the plot was very intriguing and left me wanting to read more. This is definitely a series I will be following as it is full of fresh ideas and interesting characters.
Agent of Enchantment deserves an entertaining