Blood Magic By T.G. Ayer

915120oQQQL._SL1500_Title: Blood Magic (SoulTracker #1)

Series: SoulTracker

Genre: Urban Fantasy

Author: T.G. Ayer


In the DarkWorld the things that go bump in the night are most likely true. And the problem is they are probably not sticking to bumping around in the night. They are everywhere. Your work colleagues, your teachers, even your friends. They’ve been living that way for a long time. And you haven’t noticed becsuse they don’t want you to.

You’re much better off not asking any questions.

Mel Morgan is a Master Teleporter. She can move through the Veil into the otherworldly planes. A handy skill when looking for missing people. It’s a lonely job, but with her gargoyle partner she’s never minded lonely.

Until a certain super-hot Djinn walks into her life. He needs her help to find someone he loves. And Mel can never say no to someone in need. But the road to helping Saleem is fraught with secrets better left uncovered.

Can Mel and Saleem dodge demons and sorcerers long enough to save the ones they love?


I have found myself drawn in to each and every book that I’ve picked up of Tee’s since I began reading her titles. Her writing style is one that I thoroughly enjoy and look for in an author. Tee always has a strong heroine who is the focus of the story, which I love because most stories the male is always the focus.

In Blood Magic Mel has the job of tracking and rescuing a kid that has been kidnapped, which is something she isn’t thrilled about but she will and does put everyone before her in order to succeed. Learning about what a tracker is and how Mel goes about using that skill was a thriller of a read.

I was asking myself how many trials and tribulations would Mel have to go through to have a successful rescue? Tee’s writing style allowed you feel the triumph that Mel must have felt when she overcame each obstacle.

I really enjoyed the storyline between Mel and her friends especially Saleem. The curve ball Tee through regarding who Saleem is was truly a shocker.

I give this book an A.


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