Carnys Magic

Carnys Magic Carny Jessup Here Let Me Tell You A Little About Myself The Best Part Of My Life Began When My Aunt S Homophobic Squeeze Smashed His Fist Into My Face I Already Knew A Wizard Named Jackson Spey Lived On My Side Of Town, So I Figured I D Turn Things Around By Becoming His ApprenticeProblem Was, Spey Didn T Want An Apprentice He Was Going Through A Midlife Crisis All He Wanted Was To Build Beautiful Furniture And Live In Peace With His Beautiful Husband, Adin He Still Took Me In, Though Guess He Felt Sorry For Me And He Was Intrigued By The Red Paths I D Been Seeing In The AirHey, I M Only , So How Could I Have Foreseen The Rest That I D Fall For A Breathtaking Boy Named Peter, Who Was At The Center Of Some Strange Magic Tied To Jackson S Past And I D Have To Deal With A Sorcerer Named Bezod, An Evil Pig Who Plagued All Four Of Us And Threatened To Destroy Our RelationshipsSometimes You Just Have To Fight For What S Right Like Love I Might Ve Been New To The Boyfriend Gig And Jackson Might Ve Been A Reluctant Wizard, But When The Time Came, We Were Ready To Kick Some Supernatural Ass Readers Can Find Out About Jackson Spey And Adin Swift, The Secondary Couple In Carny S Magic, At K Z Snow S Website

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  • ebook
  • Carnys Magic
  • K.Z. Snow
  • English
  • 07 May 2017

10 thoughts on “Carnys Magic

  1. says:

    This is for the first time, K.Z Snow s story doesn t work for me The story has 3 parts Part 1 and 3 from Carny s perspective 1st voice and Part 2 is from Jackson and Adin s perspective 3rd voice It starts pretty well in Part 1 I like Carny s voice, his wanting to be an apprentice I like the mystery surrounding Peter It s great that Ms Snow writes Carny s part as 1st person, so I feel like him, in a sense I don t see the chess board, and I wonder what s going on, and I want to find out about it together with Carny.But then comes Part 2 That s when I start to lose focus Not that I think Jackson and Adin as uninteresting characters I know that they re Ms Snow s most beloved characters they appear in several of her titles but the title is Carny s Magic Not Jackson and Adin Plus I don t know a lot about them and well, I m not planning to track back on their story because it appears it involves woman so NO It just yank me out of the story, and I m bummed that Carny sort of missing in Part 2.So when Part 3 starts, with Carny again in the front seat, as they all prepare to save Peter I just lose my interest and end up skimming the pages.

  2. says:

    This is a real treat for me A book featuring Adin and Jackson, one of my favourite m m couples I was so excited to read this that I could barely contain myself In the end I did enjoy the book a great deal but was slightly underwhelmed by the romance between Carny and Peter The book begins with our first person narrator, nineteen year old Carny He s decided to leave his abusive home and apprentice himself to a wizard, none other than Jackson Spey, star of many K.Z Snow books Jackson isn t so happy to see Carny, but is intrigued by the red paths that Carny has been seeing leading to Jackson s house When Carny meets the ethereally beautiful Peter and starts to form a relationship, he s baffled by Peter s odd mood swings, something else which intrigues and worries Jackson The book is structured in three parts The opening and closing parts are all from Carny s first person POV I liked Carny a great deal He s a spunky, punky guy with a slight sarcastic streak and a habit of speaking his mind without thinking which led to a few funny moments in the book He s also full of that fascinating mix of bravado and insecurity which comes from being nineteen His emotions are sometimes all over the place which fit well with his age, and yet this is tempered by a growing self awareness of himself as a young man which manifests itself as a chiding inner voice telling himself to man up and be mature There was never a dull moment with Carny and I enjoyed being in his head and watching him muddle his way through the situations in the book The middle section takes the alternating third person POVs of Adin and Jackson This worked for me because I felt that it was necessary to see the struggles that the pair are facing as their relationship is put under strain It s also important because some of the detecting in the book, as they try to discover the whereabouts of the sorcerer, comes from Jackson and Adin and that aspect would have been lost to the reader if we only had Carny s point of view It reminded me again how much I love Jackson and Adin as a couple However, the middle section of the book is where the romance between Carny and Peter is solidified and so we miss out a little on that development Their romance moves quickly and because of the forces which are affecting Peter it s not always clear how he feels about Carny and there s a vagueness about Peter which fits with the story but didn t allow me to see exactly what attracted Carny to him, other than stunning good looks This meant that the love that Carny professes to have for Peter wasn t wholly convincing to me because I felt that most of it was fueled by lust and the extreme emotions of a teenager and I wished there had been after the denouement showing them together One final niggle is whether this book is accessible to those who have not read any of the previous books I think maybe just, given that most of the book is seen through Carny s eyes However, there s a lot of back story between Jackson and Adin that a newbie to the series will not understand and this could potentially be frustrating Being a Jackson Adin devotee meant that I got maximum enjoyment out of seeing them together and knowing how the history between them has shaped the couple they are in this book Those who are curious to know where to begin, I suggest Obsessed as that is where they first come together as a couple This author is an autobuy for me, and all the things I love about her writing are here in this book The blend of humour and drama the ability to capture an emotional moment the gripping action scenes all combined to provide a story which I found very enjoyable and I would recommend Carny s Magic definitely to those who have followed the Jackson Adin stories, but also to those looking for an entertaining paranormal book.

  3. says:

    It s not every day that one seeks the aid a bonafide wizard, but in Carny s case in Carny s Magic by K.Z Snow, this is what he decides to do Carny thinks he needs magic to make his life meaningful, but in actuality, Carny is already magical.Carny is outrageous, cynical, kind, and loving, but, because of his sad upbringing, he thinks of himself as nothing but a smart assed, obnoxious, unattractive nobody Carny is searching for something to make him special and has decided that learning magic will help him Carny definitely is a potty mouth, but that along with his in your face attitude is part of his defense mechanism protecting him from his pain of rejection He seldom thinks before he speaks, and when he does, a lot of what he says is amusing and clever, even though I admit to conferring with the Urban Dictionary at times, and others are just sad But there is one thing Carny hasn t lost in the dire shuffle of his existence his righteousness Carny has a good heart and a brave soul and, when necessary, will fight to protect who or what he believes in as is indicated in his desire to help his lover, Peter with his own problems even if it means physical and emotional harm to himself Jackson Spey What can I say I think Carny s first impression is the best way to put it I don t know what to make of him Suspicious, concerned, hostile, secretive, stern, caring what s it gonna be next Jackson s quite the mixed bag, but of one thing there is little doubt, he adores his husband, Adin, and the feeling is totally mutual In spite of his James Dean persona, Jackson is a good guy I liked the way he nurtured and supported Carny, giving him a chance to get on his feet and gain self esteem I liked how he helped him only when Carny needed it What I liked most about Jackson was his humility and his desire to keep his considerable wizardry skills as quiet as possible For me, that s a true sign of greatness.Embarrassingly, I d never heard of Jackson Spey before I ve never read any of the several books he s appeared in, yet from the way he is portrayal in this book, along with the insight into the past given about him and Adin, I was able to gather enough information to admire and respect both of them Carney s Magic was a real treat to read The characters are unique and well crafted, each adds their own special charm to the story and helped weave it together nicely Anyone who is already a fan of Jackson and Adin will love this story and people new to their adventures, like me, will quickly be won over by their charm I recommend this story to anyone who enjoys fantasy, paranormal, mystery, intrigue, and passion combined with the idea that when there s true love, magic already exists Thank you, K.Z., for once again gifting me with your special brand of magic.

  4. says:

    Carny s Magic was a mixed bag for me If you re looking for Jackson and Adin and who isn t then this is a good update on how they re doing They are still together and very much in love though it s interesting to see some of Jackson s continued insecurities about their relationship here If you haven t already read about this couple in Snow s previous books it s OK, this one works fine as a stand alone though your experience here will be richer for having read them But the book is called Carny s Magic and we start off getting to know 19 year old Carny, a vibrant, colorful, and cocky kinda guy trying to find his way in the world He meets and is drawn to Peter, a beautiful think Andrej Pejic beautiful , mysterious guy with some strange issues Carny enlists Jackson s help to work his wizard mojo to help Peter Halfway through the tale we switch from Carny s POV to Jackson s So, a little issue I have with this story is also what I like about it We get Jackson Adin but the title suggests that this is really supposed to be Carny and Peter s story You see why Snow makes this shift, it does push the plot Jackson s help in rescuing Peter but for me it s also a big disconnect and a missed opportunity to flesh out what Carny and Peter have going on Having said that, there is still a lot of fun to be had with these two hot couples.Jackson and Adin Memorable Image Huffing, they disengaged just long enough to scramble into a sixty nineThe strength of their circuit again struck Adin, both in his soul and in the reactionary recesses of his testes They d become a tense, trembling snake swallowing its own tail.

  5. says:

    I liked this I m sure I would have liked it better if I had read any of the other books in the series Snow did a good job filling in information for those of us how just grab books in any old order which I appreciate My main issue with the book was that even though Carny was the MC, he sort of took a back seat to Jackson and Aiden.

  6. says:

    3.5 stars Good paranormal m m romance about a young man who presents himself to Jackson Spey, wanting to be the wizard s apprentice And then he meets a gorgeous and mercurial guy living a few houses down and discovers just how messed up magic can be.

  7. says:

    I liked this book so much that I m going to the author s backlist to find the whole Jackson and Adin series and start from the beginning.What wonderful characters

  8. says:

    Lovely sequel to Jackson s and Adin s story See

  9. says:

    3.5 stars

  10. says:

    3.75 out of 5

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