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Weeia on My Mind

3.93  ·  Rating details ·  14 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Paris marshal Danni Metreaux has her hands full with criminals preying on a local Weeia merchant, a fresh trainee and the happy distraction of a new love interest. Her instincts are telling her that a powerful Weeia has been forcing humans to commit a series of crimes, and wiping their victim’s memories, leaving them to human justice. Will Danni be able to discover who is ...more
Paperback, 306 pages
Published July 31st 2016 by Poyeen Publishing
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Weeia Marshal, Danni Metreaux, our own snarky little misfit in Paris has once again found herself neck deep in danger. Instead of the usual lack of an ally, she finds she has become a trainer for a handsome young marshal who knows the lay of the land in Gay Paree, of course the land he comes from is paved with gold while our Danni is constantly reminded of her poor upbringing and the stigma associated with her family name. Instead of finding another Parisian Weeia to ignore her, make her job twi ...more
Kirsty (Amethyst Bookwyrm)
Thanks to Elle Boca for giving me this book to review.

Weeia on my Mind is the second book in the Weeia Marshals series, which is an enjoyable Unban fantasy book. This story has mystery, action and romance and while mostly predictable there were a few twists I did not see coming. However, I get the feeling that Elle is not sure how she wants the series to progress, I could be wrong though, but it doesn’t feel as if it is working towards an end point like her previous series was.

Danni feels more
Dave Higgins
Jul 12, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Boca weaves a fresh perspective on urban fantasy with the very real issues of both policing and covert operations to create a thriller driven more by ethics and character than flashy powers.

This book is the second in Boca’s Weeia Marshals series. There may be spoilers ahead.

When one of the Weeia merchants is threatened by the expansion of a human gang, Marshal Danni Metreaux must find a way to protect him without drawing attention to her people. Already struggling to succeed despite her boss’ re
Angela Kay
Aug 05, 2017 rated it really liked it
When we first met Danni in Gypsies, Tramps and Weeia, she was in training at the Marshall Academy. Now she's graduated and has been spending the last seven months in Paris on her first assignment. Her boss doesn't like that she's been assigned to work under him. She's been living in a rodent-infested apartment until she's given the opportunity to upgrade. And her first encounter with a new recruit, Sebastien, leaves much to be desired if you ask her.

While training Sebastien, they come across a c
Ashley Tomlinson
May 26, 2017 rated it really liked it
Have I said how much I love Danni? Well, I'll say it again I love Danni! She is still my favorite character that Elle Boca has created so far. She's so strong and snarky. I think she's my spirit animal, I can only hope my spirit animal is as kick-ass as she is anyway.

I thought this book was darker than book one was but I still loved it. I think it being darker made me like it more. Danni is seven months into her assignment, and totally kicking butt everywhere she goes. Like all Weeia books, thi
Emily Lynne
Nov 22, 2017 rated it it was ok
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I received a copy of this book through the Goodreads Giveaway program in exchange for an honest review. This was an easy, enjoyable book about individuals with superhuman abilities, Weeia, living among humans in Paris. While I liked the story, I did find it jumped around a bit and tried to be one too many genres (romance at some times, detective novel at others, sci-fi/fantasy at others still). I felt that it would have been a stronger story overall if the author had focused more weight on one p ...more
Clabe Polk
Feb 08, 2017 rated it really liked it
When we last joined Danni Metreaux, a third level Weeia marshal assigned to Paris in Gypsies, Tramps and Weeia, she had just finished dealing with a threat from a band of Gypsies with the grudging assistance of her boss, Francois. In the course of the earlier Gypsy investigation, she met a young Weeia man named Iaen and now the beginning of a romantic relationship begins to bloom through Danni’s confusion about her job and her life in Paris.

She is beginning to feel more comfortable as she meets
S.A. Molteni
Aug 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Weeia on My Mind by Elle Boca is book two of the Weeia Marshals series and continues the story from the first book in the series, Gypsies, Tramps and Weeia.

Danni is in Paris and is seven months into her first assignment after graduating from the Marshals Academy in America. Her boss, Francois, is very “hands-off” in directing Danni and hardly acknowledges Danni's work until she proves herself to be a very capable Weeia officer. Madame Marmotte is the local Weeia office manager and also shows qui
Erin Cataldi
Sep 03, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2016
Although Weeia on My Mind is the second in the Marshal series (Gypsies, Tramps and Weeia being the first), it reads incredibly easy and would most likely be easy to follow along with even if you hadn't read the first. This second installment follows Marshal Danni Metreaux as she continues to police Paris and keep the peace among the Weeia. With no help fro her superior (or her lazy secretary) she has her hands full trying to keep the peace and stay on top of the paperwork. Just when she thinks t ...more
Jul 28, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Weeia on My Mind by Elle Boca

Danni is a (Weeia) Marshall in Paris, France. There is a criminal that she fears is doing a horrible deed, forcing humans to commit crimes. Not only this, but they seem to have no memory of what they did. Danni has her hands full, but is ready to find out who is doing this and why.

A fantastic original story. Danni is very likable and she has a unique job. She takes her work seriously, she has a new love in her life and things are going well for her. She is a strong w
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Danni is still in Paris and has a new trainee to help her but she suspects that a certain Weeia has been working with criminals and using mind power to influence humans.
She is helping a shopkeeper with his small issue about blackmail – protection money as the book starts but this proves to be just a very small problem in her life in Paris. It was a small world for the Weeia even if they lived in a large city. All knew, or knew of each other. And thus they all knew who to call on when they had pr
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Elle is the author of two urban fantasy series about superhumans called Weeia, the Unelmoija Series in Miami and the Marshals Series in Paris. Growing up the only child of a monkey mother and a rabbit father she learned to keep herself entertained and spend time reading. Elle makes her home with her king cat husband in South Florida.

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