Magic Bite, by Leia Stone | Book Review

Hello friends! Today I’ve got my book review of

Magic Bite, by Leia Stone.

Magic Bite is the first book in the Supernatural Bounty Hunter series. 

Trigger Warnings: Sex scenes, Pregnancy, Fighting, Blood / Blood mention, Guns and Gun usage, Grief (over losing a family member).

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42754993._SY475_Evie Black and her demon imp partner, Cass, are two of the most fearsome supernatural bounty hunters on the West Coast. But when Evie’s beloved grandmother dies, her world shatters.

After finding the bottom of a bottle of tequila, Evie breaks the one rule she knows better than to ignore: Never hook up with a werewolf.

Especially when he’s the local alpha who, oh by the way, happens to be her gran’s sworn enemy.

Yeah, complicated doesn’t even begin to cover what happens next.

*Adult urban fantasy novel with sexual content and adult language.

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Magic Bite starts off with a bang—literally (lmao). …Which in hindsight, is so freaking funny. After that the rest of the story is really fast paced. I was actually never bored while I read Evie’s story. Yes, there were some eye-roll worthy moments, and there were laugh/cringe-worthy moments as well. 

All around Magic Bite was a joy to read. There’s more to Evie’s story (and more to Evie) than meets the eye. We find actually find out a lot about Evie in this first Supernatural Bounty Hunter book. Usually, in Urban Fantasy stories, we find out a smidge here and there. Which, truthfully, did end up happening in Magic Bite. However we’re given a bit of other information that would normally be revealed in a second novel.

There’s only one point of view within Magic Bite, which was sooo nice. I liked that there’s only one view point because then we don’t have clashing storylines. Or characters who aren’t the main character, dominate the story line. Lately I’ve been so used to more than one point of view within stories, that I kinda wished we had Brock’s view point. 

There’s a fondness and friendship that Cass and Evie have between the two of them which could only be built over years of working together. Honestly though, their relationship is so pure. 

I made a prediction nearing the end of Magic Bite that didn’t actually end up true. I do believe though, that this prediction of mine might happen in the second book.

When I ended up finishing Magic Bite, the end of the book left me with questions that—at this time—I cannot put words to. I will, however, say, that I don’t know what to exactly make of the ending. There’s enough intrigue to make me want to know what happens in the second book, Magic Sight, though.  

I give Magic Bite, 2.5 stars. 

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Have you read Magic Bite, or anything else by Leia Stone? What’d you think of the story?

Magic Bite isn’t my first Leia Stone novel. — I ended up liking Magic Bite a little less than I thought I would. Which is totally okay! I’m going to give Magic Sight a go and see if the series is worth continuing on after I finish reading MS.

Thank you for stopping by!

See you soon, and Happy Reading!

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