Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Series: Tickle My Fantasy, Book 1
*Book was provided by author for honest review*
Can a bad witch go good in thirteen steps? Not if Lucifer has his way with her!
A Tickle My Fantasy story.
Amy Atwood is a witch. Not the harm-none kind…the Satan-worshipping, devil-made-me-do-it kind. But after catching Lucifer in a particularly wicked hex act with her goodie-two-shoes Wiccan sister, Amy does what every self-respecting witch would do. She pops a Dove chocolate in her mouth, ends her affair with the devil, and swears an oath never to use magic again.
She wants to be normal. Human. Even if it means no more fun—and she’s looking for a nice, normal guy to complement her new lifestyle. And ice-cream-loving firefighter Adam Foster looks like perfect hero material.
Lucifer, however, isn’t about to be nice about letting her go. Stalked by Satan, manipulated by the angel Gabriel—and surprised by Adam’s true identity—Amy finds herself up to her black hat in trouble of Biblical proportions…
What I thoughtThis was a really fun novella! Smoking hot for a short read, but definitely grabbed my attention and the vice-like grip didn't let up until the very end! I devoured it! I wasn't sure what to expect going in. The premise really had me hooked when Misty asked me to review it and when I finally opened it up, I was beating myself over the head for not putting it on top of the pile.
There are some yummy guys in this novella. Adam and Luc (aka The Devil aka Lucifer). Two delicious men, opposites of each other. Adam is a scrumptious hero, while Luc is that bad boy that every girl dreams about hiding from daddy.
Yummy fictional men aside, the premise was fun. Amy is a witch who has decided to go on the straight and narrow ways and give up her spell casting ways. The meetings were really fun. Amy seems to be the only dark witch in the bunch, but I think it is definitely a great place to create some drama and tension! Highly recommend this and I hope to see more from Misty Evans!!
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