Djinn and Bear It (Providence Paranormal College #5) by D.R. Perry (Review by Christine – #NerdGirlPixie)

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Title: Djinn and Bear It (Providence Paranormal College #5)

Author:  D.R. Perry 

Published Date: July 28th 2016

Genre: Paranormal New Adult

Rating:

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***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

What will a Djinn bear to survive misfortune and what will a shifter bare?

Jeannie’s heart broke when her ex-boyfriend’s chick on the side confronted her during Spring Break. When she finds a mysterious brass lamp in the unlikeliest place, she’s determined to use her wishes for good causes. But why is she, a bear shifter, suddenly a total klutz all of a sudden?

One hundred years ago, Ismail made a deal on the eve of a war he’d been conscripted to fight. He bound himself to a magic lamp, agreeing to serve three masters in exchange for safety, power, and time. He lost everything he should have protected.

Jeannie’s luck is worse than the Rex Sox after the Bambino’s curse. Ismail’s thawing heart moves him to bend the rules of Djinn magic for her. But once he grants her three wishes, he’ll be bound to that lamp forever unless a descendant exists who can take his place.

 

***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***Christine -#NerdGirlPixie’s  Review***
Djinn and Bear It may be may one of my favorites of DR Perry’s Providence Paranormal College. Jeannie previously has been seen only on the periphery as the Tin-Foil Hat’s Resident Assistant.

But Jeannie gets her own book, because she’s caught the attention of the extramagus hunting the rest of the Tin-Foil Hat members, not to mention she’s found a Djinn’s lamp!

Can she save Ismael from a lifetime spent in the lamp?

 

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  • Emma

    Great review. I’ve not heard of this series but it looks interesting. I thought it was a quite a childish looking cover for something that contains graphic scenes.

  • Christine #NerdGirlPixie

    I love this series!

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