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(Toxic Bitchcraft Book – 2)
by K.B. Everly
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars
Medium Burn, Parnormal RH Romance
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down and Dirty
So short I wouldn’t buy it, but it’s on KU and bloody hilarious and totally worth a spot on your queue. (Read my Review of Book 1 – Jinxed, Here!)
What is it about?
(Blurb from GoodReads)
Christi Craft is the name, and being witchy is probably not as much of my game as I lead you to believe…
I thought my troubles were as bad as they could get. I was so wrong.
-I was hexed by my mother.
-I accidentally put an annoying, fae ghost named Button (okay, his name is Beauregard) into a woman’s body.
-Orrin, my sexy and not so ex Incubus lover, knows more about why my magic is so finicky than he’s letting on AND seems to be in cahoots with my mother about it all.
-And Milo, the ever sweet Warden Warlock, isn’t backing down now that we’ve slept together.
But things are about to get a lot more complicated when secrets start to unravel, lies continue to be told, and hearts are put to the test.
Life might be at least a little bit easier if Shakes would just stop talking…
**This is a REVERSE HAREM romance filled with laughs, lust, and a whole lot of foul language. I warned you in the last book, so you should know better by now.**
3.5 rounded up
Book 1 was so much fun and so unusual that I fell into book 2 greedily. Unfortunately, Spelled doesn’t quite live up to the promise of Jinxed, though it is still quite entertaining. It is funny and offers enough heat to make the skin tingle, but events felt rushed – almost like we are getting the story on the back end, or that we are missing a book somewhere.
First Person, Mutiple POV (in a very small way)
3 Alarm – 🔥🔥🔥
- Funny with wit to spare.
- Button comes into his own.
- Turk is still awesome, though we don’t see him much.
- Very rushed.
- Transitions between scenes are lacking or non-existent.
- Very short, more like a serial than a novel.
There wasn’t a goddess named Susan, but I figured it would get my point across. (4%)
Traitorous vagina. (12%)
It’s funny and worth reading, though so short I wouldn’t buy it. Free on Kindle Unlimited though!
Published February 21st, 2019
As noted above, this is a Reverse Harem Series which features Sexual Scenes and Themes that are more suited to an adult audience. 18+
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