Series: Witches Anonymous, Book 2
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Christmas is going to be hell this year.
In this novella sequel to Witches Anonymous, word’s gotten around Heaven (and Hell) that Amy tricked the angel Gabriel and helped Adam with his second trial with temptation. Now Samson shows up on her doorstep looking for true love, and Delilah’s not far behind, insisting she wasn’t the one who cut off his hair.
In order to get both of them out of her ice cream shop and back into each others’ arms, Amy must become a relationship expert and a detective while completing Step Two of Witches Anonymous. But will believing in a higher power help Amy in her quest, or make matters worse?
What I thoughtOh holy swooning satan balls, batman! After the first book, I was hooked. And this? I can't choose between Adam and Luc. I swoon over them both equally. I blazed through the pages (maybe I should blame Luc for that...), boarding an addiction.
What I really like about these novellas, is that we still get the story, but it isn't stretched out needlessly, there isn't an endless list of side stories to get it longer and the story is compelling without all the fillers that people tend to skim through in other books. Plus, the story? Hot! I love to see the trouble Amy gets into. I kind of see her as my evil counterpart, and I can live vicariously through her. Even if she spells her name funny.
Now, you guys know me by now. I am not a huge fan of love triangles, but in this one, I'm actually torn! I've never liked both guys before. Maybe, just maybe, Amy will get a manwhich and experience Heaven and Hell all at once. Oh, bad Aimee! Sorry kids, my review just went X Rated.
You guys should really check these out! I read them all in a days worth of reading and they were highly enjoyable, well written and a blast to read! Plenty of laughs. Positively sinful and heavenly, all rolled into one delightful series!
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