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Agent en sortilèges

(Dark Fae FBI #1)

4.02  ·  Rating details ·  4,158 ratings  ·  294 reviews
En enquêtant sur un tueur en série, cette profileuse du FBI ne s’attendait pas à tomber sur un fae mortellement attirant !
Les faes vivent parmi nous... et l'un d'entre eux est un tueur en série.
Je pensais que ce serait un cas plutôt simple à gérer.
Un aspirant Jack l’Éventreur qui hanterait les rues de Londres à la recherche de proies faciles.
Mais je me trompais. Le tueur
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Published October 14th 2020 by Collection Infinity (first published April 12th 2017)
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Always Pouting
Apr 08, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Agent Cassandra Liddell is an FBI forensic psychologist on assignment in London to help them investigate a serial killer who has been copying Jack the Ripper. While there something strange starts to happen that makes her question what she knows leading her to acknowledge the existence of fae. Realizing that the serial killer is fae she struggles to pursue him and must rely on another fae who might just be the killer.

I'm really not sure how to rate this one because I usually try to take the genr
Apr 06, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
FBI agent and profiler, Cassandra Liddell is sent on assignment to London to help with an investigation into a series of Jack the Ripper copycat killings. Entering London, Cassandra soon discovers that the myths of the fae might be more real than she once believed because there is something behind these killings screaming supernatural.

The storytelling has one of those TV shows that are based on FBI profilers feel to it with a definite supernatural twist.

The team writing really works for Crawfor
Alex ☣ Deranged KittyCat ☣
Agent of Enchantment was a lovely surprise (not to mention I fell in love with the cover - blonde pink hair rullz!).

The fae live among us. And one of them is a serial killer.

I thought this would be a simple profiling case. Just another Jack-the-Ripper wannabe, prowling London’s streets, searching for easy kills. I was wrong. This killer is fae, and he’s as elusive as smoke on the wind. But I’m an FBI profiler, and it’s my job to track him down.

It doesn’t matter that one of the main suspects--
Just Josie
Buddy read with my girl, Jessie 🌙!

Blurb wise I wasn’t really sold. I had a feeling the book might be weird. Mixing two such different kind of stories should have been hard right?
FBI & Fae.
Slightly weird even😂
Wasn’t sure that would blend well.
Plus agents really aren’t my thing in books. Tv-shows though? I devour those kinds👏
But I am so glad I was wrong when it came to this book!
Boy, was I wrong👏

I was pulled right into this glorious world of magic, mirror realms, and Fae.
Of murder, mystery a
I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

So I had heard about this book from several authors' newsletters, but at some point I apparently decided not to add it to my TBR. Fast forward a month or so and I see it on NetGalley and decide 'why not, it's free'. Famous last words, should have stuck by my original decision.

The low rating for this book isn't because it's poorly written, but because of what I feel to be an overall lack of interesting plot and sev
I truly enjoyed this, and now I'm waiting desperately for the next book, be assured though that the novel doesn't end with a nasty cliff-hanger but injects enough curiosity to maintain the reader's interest. The characters were easily likeable leaving the novel with a feeling of credibility. There's the sexy detective, the sexy tall dark and handsome fae and the problematic local police. She's a bit on the snarky side, but the author manages to insert these comments in just the right places, lea ...more
alicat ♡➹♡
April Buddy Read (BotM) with the MacHalos.

3.75 stars.

To my surprised I enjoyed this one- I highly recommend the audio! I liked Cassandra the main character quite a bit but her character did get a bit half-cocked as things went on. She was certainly a smart and resourceful woman however, and I'm definitely going to read the other books to see how she gets on.

I found the other characters certainly interesting - there were actually not a ton of others and I hope there isn't any love drama coming up
Maraya21 (The Reading Dragon)
✖ April BotM with thee MacHalos (Theme: UF) ✖

Wow this was disappointing.

Set in London with an educated grown ass woman and still everything went to shit in a fae made basket.

We start off with a plot, then after a few chapters we go "Fuck the plot! We gonna create more questions to not answer. Even more questions than we already have!" and after that is done we go "shrug, have a blip of the plot cause reasons". K? You covered? No? I wonder why..

Seriously. I knew who the killer was from that one
Nicki Markus
Apr 12, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Agent of Enchantment is the first book in this genre I've read in a while and I enjoyed getting back into the urban fantasy vibe again after a bit of a break from such tales. The story and characters caught my interest from the opening scene and held it until the end. In fact, several nights I read for longer than I should have, wanting to see what would happen next, and I'm feeling tired as I now write this review! The world building is great--I particularly appreciated all the snippets of Lond ...more
Al *the semi serial series skipper*
This was surprisingly good. I liked it, the plot kind of got derailed a little bit but all in all, a good read.
Dark Sith Lordette Jennymort ♔

GR is seriously starting to piss me off. The fuck you mean I've read this two times?!


And now you want to start fucking with my damn updates!? Well you know what?

But you know what? This is actually a good book. I was completely taken by surprise. It has a Jericho-Fucking-Barrons (AKA Roan - what is with these Roan/Ronan type bad asses?!) type feel with some fae shit and Jack the Ripper type shit with some CSI and FBI shit going down with Interpol.

Can I get a Fuck Yes?
Jun 08, 2017 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: kindle
DNF at 30% because not only was the main love interest that stupid "I hate him, but I love him cliche" but he was also the guy who doesn't explain anything while constantly nagging at the main character. The main character came across as incredibly dull with nothing to distinguish her from other female protagonists of her type, and the magical world was not being revealed in a very interesting way that gave me any reason to care or be intrigued. And I really hate Rowan. I want to punch his stupi ...more
Entertaining, but very predictable all the way through...
Apr 18, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I love that once more the author (s) have definitely delivered. I was able to connevt with characters right away and it never hurts they always have strong female leads who are in no way perfect. Add a little bit of the dark, tortured, twisty and completely yummy male characters and you have a great combination. One of those books I hated putting down to have to do some mundane, daily task. Loved it and cannot wait for the next.
Aug 24, 2019 marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: freebie
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October Daye meets Criminal Minds in London...

It was pretty good. By the end, I liked several of the characters. It was pretty fast paced, so a quick read. The parts in Faerie were a bit clunky feeling, like the transition from one world to the other was too much. I’m not sure how to explain it. October Daye does a fair bit of jumping back and forth, but it feels really smooth and easy. This didn’t. But, it is a first book, and they often suffer for the need of world building. So I am interested
Jun 07, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Better than I expected. I really enjoyed the story and I would definitely continue the series. I listened to it through Audible and I wasn't totally satisfied with the narrator. She seemed to read quicker than the story called for. As for the story in general, I was a little disappointed by the language and I heard Cassandra' mantra a few too many times. Otherwise it was good. Cassandra was a little slow to pick up on fae things, but that was probably just to continue the drama. ...more
Lady Jane
I was totally, and pleasantly, surprised by this book. I am ashamed to admit it, but I actually started out reading this book with the impression that it would irritate me and not really meet, or even exceed, my expectations. I have read countless books of a similar nature: the heroine finds out she has magical powers, and not just any magical powers, but it turns out she is one of the most powerful beings of all time, and of course she happens to catch the eye of a powerful and sexy man. Okay, ...more
Nancy D   Miz-Firefly aka Sparky
April BotM with the MacHalos

So much unrealized potential. Sad Sad Sad.

It started out all

And went

Quicker than Usain Bolt

I loved the authors voice, the character is independent and snarky, but the story drove me nuts. Probably because I misread the premise. It's called Dark Fae FBI, so I thought the story was going to be about a Fae FBI agent who solves an arcane crime. Which sounded Frigging Awesome.

Boy was I wrong. The character discovers she is Fae and that yes Virginia t
This book was amazing. It brought together a world of Fae, and some very unexpected moments that have you saying "No freaking way!" There were plenty of moments with magic, along with some lusty goodness that seems to be building into something more along the way. This book was completely unpredictable. I found myself unable to get enough. If I could just fall into this world everything would be okay, there would be an escape from reality which is what I crave, because of this I can't wait for b ...more
Hannah ◇Reader in the Rough◇
4.5 Stars.

I highly recommend this mini-series!!!
Amazing story! The main character is really smart and analyzes the situation. She's attracted to some of the guys, but she's still level-headed and doesn't throw herself onto the guys. This is a great mystery novel with fantasy sprinkled in. Character development is good, and the world-building was good. There is a hint of romance, but it's more about the character beginning to understand her powers and unraveling the identity of the serial killer.

Good character development
Strong world-b
So I tried but I just can't do it. There was lots of potential here but I really can not get into a book where the police procedurals are poorly written. I tried to push through that since this is the first book in the series but you top that off with an MC that puts herself into stupid situations, an adult MC who all of a sudden isn't all human and has magic that she just didn't know about all her life who falls for the mysterious bad boy because he's mysterious and a jerk... Yeah, I'm just don ...more
FV Angela
Roan is a dick and I can't decide how I feel about Cassandra, but I enjoyed the world building enough that I'm jumping right into book two. ...more
4 Stars... Cassandra Liddell knows who she is, an American FBI profiler, daughter, friend, and independent woman... With one trip to London to aid in the capture of a serial killer, all her truths are shattered... A world of beauty, terror, and mystery wrapped in magic and the ancient fae are revealed leaving Cassandra's structured world turned on an axis... Discovering her own abilities, receiving glimpses of repressed memories, and discovering her role in a potential war are just a few obstacl ...more
This is a solid start to a series, and a fascinating world. And I loved 98% of it.

The bit I did not love was Roan. He treated her like scum from the start, and that's bullshit given what we find out at the end. And the only moment the heroine did something I thought was dumb, in this whole book, was when she let it slide and spoke to him again.

Fuck Roan. Fuck whatever his grand plan is. He has treated her like shit to scrape off his shoe, and he's been lying to her and manipulating her and using
Apr 03, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Really enjoyed this book. It had moments that reminded me of the fever series, which I love. A human, goes to London, finds out about another world, full of fae. Oh, and of course there's a mysterious man. I won't say anymore, as I went into this completely blind and that made it all the better. ...more
I have had this book and the series on my to-be-read list for ages and finally got round to reading this first one. I really enjoyed it and can't wait now to read the rest of the series.

Cassandra Liddell is an FBI agent, who has come to London to help profile a serial killer, who is killing women in a similar style to those by jack The Ripper. However, these killings are not what they seem and it seems that the person they are looking for is a lot bigger, stronger, more powerful than the police
Beth Oliver
Jan 01, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-in-2018
First book of the new year.

One of the best Adult Fae books I've ever read.

I can't wait to dive in to the next one.

I liked that it felt dark which most fae books don't. They start off light and flowy then for brief minutes they show the dark spot, then back to light and flowy.

This one didn't sit that way, to me anyway, it started off dark and stayed that way.
Which was awesome as a reader.

I liked Cassandra. She has a likeable and relatable personality.
Roan is mysterious. You like him but yo
Ms. Cyn
Apr 20, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Very well done

Cassandra is an FBI profiler and is called to London to help catch a serial killer. However things are not how they seem and there is more to Cassandra too. She has made a great friend with Gabriel and if this was a nice story, then she would be falling for him. However this story is much darker and so she is drawn to Roan. He is mysterious and powerful. He knows more than he says and is drawn to her just as much. There are twists and lots of mystery and magic to keep me interested
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