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Book Review: Gray Court (Black Hat Bureau - Book 7) by Hailey Edwards

Gray Court (Black Hat Bureau - Book 7)
by Hailey Edwards
March 19, 2023
Pages: 242
After wiping out an entire black witch coven on the shores of Lake Pontchartrain, Rue can no longer afford to have a laissez-faire attitude toward the Maudit Grimoire. Its black magic is infecting her, and it’s leaking into her familiar bond with Colby, poisoning the loinnir with its thirst for violence.

A trip to the fae realm ought to be just the ticket, but any hope for a quick fix dies when a message arrives from High Priestess Naeema. Her daughter has gone missing, and she expects Rue to find her. As much as Rue wants to help Naeema, can she afford to put off disposing of the cunning book yet again?


The Maudit Grimoire has been nothing but a pain in Rue’s butt and after she wiped out an entire coven of black witches at Lake Pontchartrain, she figures it’s time to figure out what to do about it. She figures if she can hop on over to the fae realm she could take care of it, no problem but as usual there’s always something to get in her way of fixing her own life. Callula, Asa’s mother, has gone missing and the assumed culprit is his father but when no one can find her, Rue can’t imagine where she could possibly be hiding that has kept her from everyone.

This book in the series starts a new chapter in Rue’s life so to speak and she can’t begin to imagine all the ways it could possibly go wrong. The list is so long she might need a decade just to read it. As Rue and Asa’s fascination with each other grows, Rue is finally accepting how much she loves him and will stop at nothing to keep him safe.

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About the Author:
USA Today best-selling author Hailey Edwards writes about questionable applications of otherwise perfectly good magic, the transformative power of love, the family you choose for yourself, and blowing stuff up. Not necessarily all at once. That could get messy.

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