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Denai witch, Cate McCray should be enjoying married life with her new elemental husband, Jason. But their arrival in a new city soon has them stumbling headlong into a new case with dangerous connections to the very people that govern their world. Cate and Jason face opposition from those they once considered allies. Together with their team of enforcers, they must find th ...more
Paperback, 338 pages
Published February 2016
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Becky Baldridge
Aug 14, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Picking up where the first book left off, Cate and Jason don't get much time to enjoy their newly married status between a killer on the loose and trying to free an entire race of enslaved people. And if that isn't enough to deal with, they have enemies coming out of the woodwork and council members determined to see them fail. The characters have great depth and the dialogue is witty and sometimes even a bit snarky (I love snark!) Cate's brothers, Ian and Steve, are two of my favorites in this ...more
Leslie Sanchez
Aug 14, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This series is addicting. This book starts just a bit after book one. Jason and Cate are together and they are continuing Excaliber Investigations with the rest of the team. In fact, they are going to add some new members to the team. But never fear, there is still plenty going on. I love the "castle" they move into and the AI that comes with it. That first trip they took inside and tried to use magic was rather funny. Council members disappearing, Jason's looking for his dad, Cate meets a long- ...more
TDCbookreviews
Jun 24, 2017 rated it really liked it
Denai Bound by Tiffany Shand

Genre: Urban Fantasy

About the book: Cate is now married to Jason but the honeymoon is over. Those they trusted are now against them. Now in a new environment, things are about tonget crazy again.

Review: I did read the first book in the series. You could read this novel without the first as it provides enough information. The story seemed to go down one path and then turn onto another. It kept me reading and I was disappointed to be at the end. The writing is vivid and
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The Mysterious Reader
Aug 27, 2017 rated it really liked it
Denai witch Cate and her Elemental husband Jason should be enjoying newlywed blues after all the trouble they went through in book 1 of this series, the excellent Denai Touch, but c'mon that wouldn't make for a fun story at all. Don't worry, Tiffany Shand has not let her readers down. This book 2 if anything raises the bar. So we are given with an action filled thrilling plot as our leading couple take on everything that hits them, be it a powerful killer on the loose and a race of enslaved peop ...more
Gayle Noble
An action-packed second book in the fantasy/mystery series, this one focused less on Cate and Jason and brought in more of the peripheral characters. It also finished nicely on a cliffhanger. There were quite a few noticeable spelling errors which affected the reading experience at times.

I received an ARC of the boxset from the author, via Instafreebie, and I am voluntarily giving an honest review.
Anastasia
Apr 25, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I am personally so happy for the fact that the main character Cate is so strong mentally but also physically, to me this is such an important aspect. Cate has an unwavering strongness which makes me love Cate just that much more.

The history of Denai is remarkably well put together enriching the story but also empowering the sense of reality in Denai Bound. The second book has a smooth transition from the first book not straying or confusing me even with the time gap of reading both books which
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J. Woods
Jun 24, 2016 rated it really liked it
Denai Bound I thought was just as good as the first novel in this series.
The way Shand writes in the paranormal sense is incredible and draws you into the story and into a world I could only wish to experience!
I was pulled into the story almost immediately; there was a seamless flow from the first book to the second that didn't have me asking questions or confused about what may have happened in between. I love romance but I also love paranormal in all genres and I thought there was a nice bal
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Heather
May 29, 2016 rated it liked it
The second book in the Excalibur Investigations Series brings us back into the world of Cate and Jason and their team of justice fighters.  Someone is killing Council members and Jason and Cate have to find the murderer. While doing that they are also planning a wedding, continuing to learn how to work together as true partners, dealing with being the Grand Mistress and Grand Master, and finally trying to save and set free the Nuardians. With all of that you would think that the plot is jam-pac ...more
Sheri
Feb 17, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Denai Bound by Tiffany Shand

Cate McCray is a Denai Witch. She is newly married to her Elemental husband Jason. They move to a new city and are thrown into a dangerous situation. Soon Cate and Jason are up against those who were once allies. Together they must face their enemies, ancient magic and fight their enemies.

A great fantasy with an original plot. There is actions, danger, intense drama and suspense. The characters are well developed, Cate and Jason are very likable. Overall I found Denai
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