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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Once Justus figures out what is going on, he explains that he will take guardianship of Zoe, and teach her what it is to be a Mage. I hope this changes in the next book! I enjoyed the growing friendship between her and Adam the man who discovered and protected her during her change.

Dannika writes so that even the secondary characters are 3 dimensional. Zoe is a view spoiler [ a Mage.

While on a photo assignment with Adam, Zoe runs into a mysterious, chick magnet named Justus De Gradi. Probably not forever but certainly for now.

Sterling (Mageri, #1) by Dannika Dark

She survived, saved by a stranger who witnessed her undergo a physical transformation. Apr 13, Anna Serene marked it as dnf Shelves: An edition of this book was published by Tantor Media. What kind of person brings home a bloody stranger and then essentially lets that person sponge off of them for weeks?


I smiled wildly more than once because of the things she said.

Sterling is the first installment in Dannika Dark ‘s adult, urban fantasy series titled Mageri. She goes with Justus, who promises her to teach her everything she needs setrling know about her new life.

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Jan 16, Lori rated it it was amazing Shelves: She meets him by chance – a man who’s handsome, arrogant, and not entirely human. The second part, where she trains with Justus. Did the story play out just like I wanted? Six Months Seven Series 2.

Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! The characters are amazing and I fell in love with each of them! I’m in love, officially, with Logan Cross. There is nothing that I like about him: Simon is a Mage and a good friend of Justus. Dannika has done a brilliant job creating the world of the Mageri.

Someone slits her throat and kills her.

I was glad that some dudes took a back seat and others came forward. Twist by Dannika Dark was an exciting, glorious ride. And literally runs into Adam Razor. It really says something that I am eager to continue the series regardless of the distractions I noted.

What an entertaining read! Mar 06, Lannister rated it it was ok.

Mageri Series

I found myself constantly flipping back to re-read paragraphs, trying to understand what just happened. He was the center of my new life and I basked in his light and protection. This is the story of the Mage. It’s a shame because the world Dannika Dark has created is interesting and has potential, but I don’t feel inclined to read any more of this series. I ask you, who would come back to life after being MURDERED by a stranger in a deserted place, then go walking dark streets, yet again, with another total stranger?


Isn’t it a teeny bit weird that after going through your traumatic ordeal, you still wonder through a city you don’t know and are completely okay with another stranger walking you to the local station One thing is for certain, I want more characters like Dannika Dark’s Silver on my bookshelf!!

The best friend disappears, and so does the cat. I thoroughly enjoyed my introduction to the world of the Mageri! Then one night she is attacked and she changes. After Adam took her home, she fell into unconsciousness for three days and when she woke up and looked into the mirror, the reflection she was used to seeing did not look back at her.