Blood & Ash (The Jezebel Files #1) by Deborah Wilde

Blood & Ash (The Jezebel Files, #1)

Published: January 14th 2020  

Publisher: Te Da Media

Length:316 pages

My Rating: 4 stars

Blurb:

Ashira Cohen takes pride in being the only female private investigator in Vancouver. With her skills, her missing persons case should be a piece of cake.

She wasn’t counting on getting bashed in the skull, revealing a hidden tattoo and supernatural powers she shouldn’t possess.

Or the bitter icing on top: a spree of abductions and terrifying ghostly creatures on a deadly bender.

And don’t even get her started on the golems.

Reluctantly partnered with her long-time nemesis Levi, the infuriating leader of the magic community, Ash resolves to keep her focus on the clue trail and off their sexual tension because WTF is up with that?

But with a mastermind organization pulling strings from the shadows and Levi’s arrogance driving her to pick out his body bag, can Ash rescue the captives and uncover the truth or will the next blood spilled be her own?

My Review:

I thoroughly enjoyed this book, it has a strong protagonist and likeable secondary characters. I also enjoyed the fact that the character was Jewish, which is a different perspective in urban fantasy.

This is fast-paced full of action with dashes of humour and the beginnings of an exciting romance. If your a fan of urban fantasy and looking for a new series then a highly recommend you give this a go.

I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

*Blurb and cover image via Goodreads. 

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