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A straight-laced policeman. A lighthearted thief.
A murdered millionaire.
Fox shifter Malachi steals for one of the biggest crime rings in New York City. But when he witnesses the murder of a millionaire, the only person who can keep him safe is Dr. Owen Yates, forensic hexman for the Metropolitan Witch Police - and Malachi's witch.
Owen is horrified to discover his familiar is an uneducated thief. Even worse, Malachi threatens to unleash Owen's deepest desires...desires Owen can't act upon, as he's destined for an arranged marriage to secure the Yates family fortune
Their agreement: Malachi will be Owen's lover as well as his partner, until the day of the wedding. But as their hunt for the murderer carries them from teeming slums to Fifth Avenue mansions, Owens begins to realize Malachi commands his heart as well as his body.
With dark forces drawing ever closer around them, Owen must decide whether to bow to the demands of duty, or to risk everything for the man he loves.
Hexmaker is the second book in Jordan L. Hawk's Hexworld series, following the adventures of witch policemen and the familiars they bond with. Download today to enter a world of magic, romance, and intrigue.
©2016 Jordan L. Hawk (P)2017 Jordan L. Hawk
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By Karen on 02-24-17

Great but with some annoying mispronunciation

I thought the narrator a great job with most of the voices and all the various accents. He really differentiated the characters. Unfortunately, the weakest voice was that of Owen, the main character. Although he was an uptight, repressed character he did not have to sound like a robot. But the thing that really drove me crazy was the way he pronounced plural possessives. Servants' was pronounced servantses, parents' became parentses, friends' was friendses. It pulled me out of the story every time.

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By t on 01-28-17

Another fantastic Hexworld book

I love Jordan L. Hawk's books and Tristan James does a fantastic job narrating them.

I did find in this one, his voices for Owen & Nathan when they were talking to one another kind of flowed together wherein a couple times to figure out who was talking I had to think context - but considering they are brothers, that isn't as much of a problem. But each of the other voices was vibrant and recognizable. From the bear Bertie to our fox Mal, to his witch Owen. I loved the voice for Peter's nurse. James does a fantastic job with Irish women's voices. They sound like women... instead of a man reading a woman's voice.

If there is one thing missing from Hexmaker, for me, it is the pure depth that was in the first book, Hexbreaker. It was the first novel in the series and it left me feeling as though I was living in that world. Hexmaker was fantastic, but didn't leave me as much in depth.

That said, it is still a fantastic read and a must have book. Well, all of Hawk's books are.

However, if you haven't read the first book, you'll still be caught up in the alternative 1890s New York where Hexes are a part of life and familiars (shape shifters) and their witches must figure out who the bad guys are that are after them before they end up dead.

Say hello to the MWP - Metropolitan Witch Police.

I'd give it more than 5 stars if I could.

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By Serin6 on 11-17-17

Skilled writing, read aloud equally skilfully

Tristan James' voice is a good match for the urban police-procedural basis for the story - he offers a range of voices and accents (a lot of them New York-Irish) and characters are easy to distinguish. Probably more rewarding to read the series in order but this one would still make sense without.

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