Mage of Inconvenience by Parker Foye

Mage of Inconvenience by Parker Foye
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Paranormal, Sc-Fi/Fantasy, Contemporary
Length: Full length (212 stars)
Other: M/M
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Can they find the magic in a practical union?

West is on the run from his werewolf pack, but if he cannot renew his magical defenses, he won’t get far. What he needs is a mage….

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West and Julian can help each other, and at first they don’t want anything further. But as they dodge meddling cousins, jealous rivals, and an insidious drug, it becomes clear that their lives are entwined in ways they never imagined—and they’re in greater danger than they thought possible.

Being on the run from your pack can prove quite troublesome, especially when you need to reinforce spells to keep everyone away from the little plot of land you have claimed. Julian is recommended to West as being the right mage for the job, but sparks immediately fly between these two. A ‘you scratch my back, and I’ll scratch yours’ situation soon arises, and the story takes off.

I don’t know if this is part of a series or not, but I did feel at times that it was a second or third book, simply due to the world-building. There is great depth to parts of it, but not so much in others. There is such a lot going on in this world, and we learn about most of it.

The story is written very well, flowing along smoothly. The pacing is on-point, with ebbs and flows as per the story. The characters are all nicely described, although everyone will have their own ‘favourite’.

If this is the first book in a series, then I would definitely want to carry on the series. If it’s a standalone, then I am happy I’ve read it, although I would have like to delve into this world a bit more.

Still, an amazing story that I have no hesitation in recommending.

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