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Publisher's Summary

Meet Quinn MacKenna, a black magic arms dealer from the mean streets of Boston. 

Everything was going fine for Quinn…until she accidentally stole from Nate Temple. 

She knows how to drink, fight, and steal dangerous magical artifacts - but not for money. For favors. Because all her life she’s wanted only one thing - a secret so dangerous and well-guarded that no one will give it up. 

A ticket to the Land of the Fae so she can find her dad and finally get some answers about her past. 

So she doesn’t ask questions of her clients, only favors, hoping that they will eventually add up to get her what she so desperately desires. And with her unique ability to nullify magic, the world’s deadliest artifacts - or the clients who demand them - don’t really impress her very much. 

But that all changes when she accidentally robs the infamous Nate Temple, and finds herself in a much deeper world of monsters and conspiracies than she ever knew existed. Because Nate Temple and his friends aren’t the only things to be afraid of. 

Now she has to worry about his enemies, too....

The newest antihero in the worldwide best-selling Nate Temple Universe by Shayne Silvers. Join Cameron O’Connell and Shayne at the literary bar to sip a dirty cocktail of feisty Irish brogue - with an unhealthy splash of monsters - today!

If you like KF Breene, Shannon Mayer, CN Crawford, Ilona Andrews, or Patricia Briggs, you will love the first installment of the Phantom Queen Diaries.

*Over half a million readers have been pleasured by the Temple Verse novels. Now it’s your turn....*

©2018 Shayne Silvers (P)2018 Shayne Silvers

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  • Annieidea
  • 21-09-2019

Fun adventure with an Irish accent

Amanda Leigh Cobb was the only reason I’ve decided to buy this book. She’s my favorite narrator so I’ve decided to give this a try even if I thought I wouldn’t enjoy the plot or the characters. Let me tell you that it was fun, I didn’t regret it and now I’m on a second book. It was a fast paced adventure with an interesting main character. Not so much for a plot there but I suspected what I was going into. If it wasn’t for a narrator i would probably stop at the first book, so I’m glad that I’m listening, because for me it’s like a radio theatre with Amanda’s abilities to change voices and accents))

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  • Stephy
  • 07-02-2019

Hooked on Quinn

Absolutely love the witty banter and the accent. But where is the rest of the series? Really disappointed I won't be able to listen to the rest of the series after such a great start. Wish I hadn't started this series since I can't finish it.

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  • Mike Dunbar
  • 18-12-2018

best Irish voice yet!

the reading is fantastic! the story is worthy a good read. being boston Irish character, I get the language..... but it also makes it unfit for me to share with my kiddos who enjoy Shayne Silvers stuff with me in most cases. that's the only reason my overall isnt 5 stars

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  • Leslie
  • 29-02-2020

Perfect Narrator

I struggled reading whiskey Ginger. Someone suggested I try the audible. The narrator makes Quinn come to life. I enjoyed every chapter and all the action. I am an avid reader but I love audible too. Some stories just translate better in audio. I can't wait to listen to the next one.

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  • tachmedic
  • 16-07-2019

bit different

after being hooked on the Nate Temple series I decided to try this one.... it's a bit different, not sure if it's the voices or what...well on to the next one

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  • Janell
  • 30-03-2019

awesome

absolutely love this author, she gives Quinn this fantastic English accent but pulls it back for the other characters, which my sure is not easy to do but she pulls it off. I love this character and the narrator who portrayed her

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  • Nichole
  • 03-03-2021

Lost interest

I do enjoy a good urban fantasy. This had so much potential. I can suspend my disbelief, but had a hard time doing so much of that with this one.

The narration was fun.

The story had far too many inconsistencies and contradictions for me to be able to fully enjoy. I won’t post spoilers by listing much here.

The accent was fun and cool, but felt that was the whole point. I had an incredibly difficult time going along with the idea that someone who was born and raised in south Boston, and wasn’t fully submerged in an entire neighborhood and support group of full-on off-the-boat Irish friends/family... going as far as saying “YEE” instead of any variation of “you” in every single opportunity. She’s like 30yo. Had one “parent.” Grew up attending catholic school and finished public school. Sure, she didn’t have a lot of friends, but knew & had to interact with the kids and nuns growing up, and even goes out to bars and whatnot as an adult... Yet she had literally zero of her accent worn away over that time? And even though her accent is Irish from her Irish “aunt,” her swearing is very much American.

It just felt like the accent was thrown in for “some cool feature” for the main character to have. And then add the random “name drops” from time to time (aka, very brief pop culture references out of nowhere)... the whole thing just felt like a great idea initially that was thrown together, and added a few splashes of things to make it “cool” or nostalgic for a certain age group, but fell flat.

Not interested in reading/listening to more from this series at this time. Might give one more book a chance later on down the road.

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  • TKGopherFan
  • 07-07-2020

I really liked it. Good urban fantasy book.

Well written story, with great narration. This was my first Shayne Silver's book, as well as Cameron O'Connell. I enjoyed the story, and was very much pleased with the quality narration. I look forward to finding more books by these authors, and Narrator. Especially for this particular series.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-06-2020

Couldn't stand it

I am a ready of urban fantasy, and I had hopes for this series, but couldn't get past the first half. The lead character is a sociopath and the author describes VERY gory fight scenes that she's taking a bath. Could not connect with any of it.

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  • chris
  • 11-03-2020

Good story +

Good story + character interplay, but it's simpler & the pace is constant & faster. Quite a bit of real life humor, but it's not goofy. Little magic or magical descriptions, but just enough to make a difference. Almost no romance. Performance is good.

Main character has a simple but potent power, to negate magics or powers by touch. Setting is this world, with an underground or hidden magical side.

Could of been great with more magic & more magical info / descriptions.

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  • Dan Wright
  • 07-06-2019

alittle less than other shayne silver book,

good read. alittle less than the other Nate temple books. will be picking the next one up though. so not 10 out of 10. but a solid 8.

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  • 22-12-2018

Whisky b r ginger

Found this book a little frustrating bit lo b sided over discripted with a little humour while the story was good and made it difficult to put down it has left me as going to read l book two altogether if say a good read well worth the read but not quite up.to shayne sol ers usual standard

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