Episode 1 of the Wizards of Seattle Serieseattle Series
Jason wonders if his luck has finally turned around when he discovers he will inherit a luxurious home infused with ancient magic and a sizable fortune from a relative he’d never known existed. Of course, there’s a catch. His younger brother and his cousin will inherit equal parts of the inheritance and it is stipulated in the will that they must live together first before they gain possession of the estate.
All three of them are potential White Knights with the rare ability to practice advanced white magic. They must learn to use their new power and defend themselves from a secret organization that is armed with potent, black magic. This novella is the first installment of the Wizards of Seattle series.
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OMG – this is an awesome series!!!
When I was asked to read this book by John O’Riley, I said “SURE!!” I always love the opportunity to read a book by a new author to me. I can honestly say that I feel like I really hit that jackpot!!!
Reading about Jason and his learning about his new powers was amazing!!! I don’t write spoilers – but I can say that this is a book that will truly keep your interest. Just when I though I had figured out what the author was doing, WHAM – he throws a twist in that I was just not expecting.
I really enjoyed the detail that the author writes with – makes this book more enjoyable to read and increases the fact that once you are reading that you just DO NOT want to put the book down!!!
I was given a copy of this book for an honest review
Episode 2 of the Wizards of Seattle Series
Jason has recently discovered his new category six wizardry was a result of a genetic experiment performed by a secret organization called the Ebullio. Now that he has broken free of their mind control enchantment, suppressed memories float to the surface and he remembers the terrifying abductions and genomic therapy that he and his younger brother, Benjamin, endured. Meanwhile, the Valituras have set their sights on Jason, unleashing powerful curses designed to kill him and his family. As Jason learns more about the Ebullio and the Valituras, he realizes that danger lurks behind every corner and the enemy could be hiding in plain sight. This novella is the second installment of the Wizards of Seattle series.
Caretaker is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Smashwords, and other book retailers.
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Sue’s Review – Dang – they just keep getting better and better.
Wizards of Seattle series has got to be one of my favorite series!!! John O’Riley is a new author for me to read books from – and I am so glad that I was introduced to his works.
I love how he started this book off right where Inheritance (Wizards of Seattle Book 1) ended. With that said — please read Inheritance before reading Caretaker!!
Another word of warning, once you start reading these, you will find that they are so hard to put down!!!
John O’Riley began writing at a very early age. In fact, he’s been writing for as long as he can remember. He is an award winning writer of novels and screenplays in the category of urban fantasy, comedy, mystery, science fiction and young adult. His movie feature screenplay, Cursed, is an Honorable Mention Winner for the 2012 Screenplay Festival. His most recent accomplishments include the screenplays Cursed, Project Pandora, Pinky Swear, Incipio, and Bad Sister which have been listed as Quarter Finalists, Semi Finalists, and Top Finalists in the 2012 Screenplay Festival, 2012 Filmmakers International Screenplay Awards, 2012 StoryPros International Awards, 2012 Pulsar Sci Fi Screenplay Contest, and the 2012 Reel Authors International Breakout.
He loves reading fantasy, science fiction, and humorous fiction. Some of his favorite authors include Kim Harrison, Jim Butcher, Kay Hooper (Bishop Files/ psychic detective thrillers), Kat Richardson, J.K. Rowling, Angie Sage, Jayne Krentz, and Janet Evanovich. He currently resides in Washington state and owns a very friendly parakeet named Amy who helps spark his imagination.
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I’m glad you enjoyed the books, Sue. Thank you for reading them and posting the review. I hope you have a great weekend!