Three's a Charm
Magic and Mayhem Book Six
paranormal, humour, satire, romantic comedy
(5 Feb. 2018)
What’s a witch to do when her magic is on the fritz and there’s a huge pile of laundry to be done? Easy. Flood the entire house. Everyone wants a bubbly indoor freakin’ swimming pool… right?
Just when everything is right in my life, something has to go wrong—times three. Number one: an unknown evil force wants to steal my power. Now, instead of protecting and healing the whacked out inhabitants of Assjacket, my power has wonked out on me and I’ve blasted ginormous holes all over town. Not to mention Roger the Rabbit is now sporting a pentagon of penii thanks to me and is keen on contacting the Guinness Book of World Records.
Armed with questionable voodoo skills and seriously frayed nerves, I’m Two: gonna do what any partially-sane, potty-mouthed, witch would do… I’m calling in the semi-evil, butt-ugly Bermangoggleshitz to train me. The warlock’s penchant for push-ups makes me hate him with the fire of a thousand suns, but if I can’t control my dark magic, it will control me.
With Sassy and Cookie Witch by my side, I’ll Three: get a handle on my dark voodoo—or doodoo as I’ve renamed it—so Assjacket won’t end up as one massive crater. And I need all the help I can get. An evil like we’ve never seen is gunning for us—specifically me.
We’ll be the Three Amigos. The Three Musketeers. The Three Stooges. Whatever. As the saying goes…three’s a crowd, three’s company, three’s a party.
Nope. Three’s a charm. And I’m gonna turn it on for all I’m worth.
Oh my Robyn, I am now seriously beginning to wonder just what you and your hubbie get up to when the kids are away…! I’m sure you’ll claim you just read it somewhere but I’m not so certain!
A really good funny, potty mouthed story, and the twins are adorable.
This book was really on form and I giggled my way through it.
Knead to Bake
Knead to Know
paranormal romance, ghosts, witches and wizards, vampires
Leaping Lizards LLC
(22 Jan. 2016)
Maggie Edwards can’t sleep, eat, or die—but, she can bake. However, just before the Halloween grand opening of her bakery, a pesky reporter witnesses an accident in her kitchen and gets a little too close to the truth. If she can’t convince him to keep quiet, not only will she lose her chance at happiness, but they both could lose their lives.
I have read 3 books in this series with a feisty half-vampire heroine who bakes, but doesn’t eat her cakes…
Book 1 was a short story introduction into the series but I found that the characters actually came from another series but the same author and so this was a back story, but which other series it was wasn’t made clear, and thus I found it initially very confusing…
After I got into the story and found book 2 – Fairytale Amnesia – things became much clearer. What I discovered, was that half-vampires don’t eat blood but black souls, preferably tat of a demon. So this was second job.
Book #3 Psyche Souffle was less satisfying and too short, with the problem solved too quickly and easily.
Deadly Sins #1
Paranormal Romance - Urban Fantasy - Science Fiction Fantasy- Psychic - Angel - Demon & Devils - Time Travel
(8 Oct. 2012)
Had your fill of Vampires and werewolves? Prefer your immortal warriors with a bit more legend?
Hell has literally come to Earth for one mortal and what’s worse, she is expected to leave behind all hope for a family of her own to stand in defense of humanity against the darkest forces of Hell. But when Satan offers her the normal life she covets, Joey must decide if the price of mankind’s salvation is worth her own damnation.
Strong-willed Joey Benton is the half-mortal child of an angel with heavenly powers. She has no knowledge of her heritage or the power running through her veins until she meets a handsome stranger who forces her to question her life and the world around her. And she quickly becomes a key player in a battle that will define a victory for Heaven or Hell.
Ursus, a sexy Archangel, doesn’t want the responsibility of another charge, especially when Joey is so defiant. Protecting her from Hell might very well be the biggest challenge of his immortal life. But when his feelings for Joey get in the way of his duty, it’s a challenge he refuses to lose.
Interview with the Author
Q – So, what makes the Deadly Sins series special?
A – When I set out to write Angel Unborn, I wanted to write the kind of books I like to read. My favorites are usually paranormal romance novels with not only strong heroes but strong heroines who can stand on their own. I enjoy a great fantasy or science fiction novel as well. Basically, anything with a kick-butt attitude and a touch of something different that grabs my attention.
The Deadly Sins books are a great mix of these genres. You’ll find the series focuses on angels and demons but also features psychics, ghosts, the mythical gods, and other supernatural favorites. Either I have commitment issues, or I like to keep things interesting! I’d like to think it’s the latter.
Overall, the Deadly Sins series is designed to keep you turning the pages – and I’ve made sure there’s never a dull moment.
Q – What order should I read the books in?
A – I’ve written the series so you can read the books in any order (except for All Wicked’s Eve—it should be read after Demon Undamned). If you do want to read them in order, I’d suggest the following sequence:
– Angel Unborn
– Angel Redeemed (accompanying novelette to Angel Unborn)
– Angel Unleashed
– Hexed (novella that ties into Angel Unleashed)
– Demon Undamned
– All Wicked’s Eve
Q – So, why should readers give these books a try?
A – Because the Deadly Sins series is a fast, fun, humorous ride that takes no prisoners! Ultimately, readers who enjoy strong heroes, snarky heroines, and lightning-fast pacing with a plot that twists and turns all the way to the end will get a kick out of this series.
Incandescent bk 1; #2; #3
romance, NA, contemporary, fantasy
By the Book; 1 edition
26 Oct. 2016
PHILIPPE-OLIVIER TISSEROT’s caffeine addiction is about to land him in uncharted territory and one hell of a ride. One that’s about to go viral.
Current status: Computer whiz to hacker to penpal.
Upgrade status: Lover.
Well, I’m still working on the lover part.
I’m just a computer geek studying at MIT. And now I’m in two places at once – the geek and the lover battling it out to get the girl.
The only problem is, my dream girl doesn’t know she knows me in either one of them.
Now I have to win her in both.
Please wait. Upgrade in progress.
This is a series of books with number 1 being Incandescently and number 2 is Apprehension. The 3rd book is Exposure.
I am reviewing all 3 books here.
Book 1: Incandescently
This is a series of romances with a touch of fantasy set in the French Canadian boonies with (real) French spoken by the characters. (and translated in end of chapter notes for those that need it)
We start with a set of boys sent at an early age – some only 4 – to a Swiss Boarding School. These boys form a very close pack as even though their parents were very wealthy and very entitled (often literally), they were effectively abandoned by them and thus in need of comfort and affection.
When Liam joins the school, there are now 6 in the pack and he unites them even more by telling them stories of magic and adventure in a fantastical land. This book is Liam’s story of how he grows up to become a famous writer because of the stories he told in school.
I liked the writing style, it was fluid and linked the stories nicely. This book 1 is the scene setter.
Book 2: Apprehension
This is Zac’s tale. Zac, the risk taker, who ignores signs and then falls hard for a girl.
Zac is restless and cannot settle on a career until he discovers obstetrics through Liam’s wife and her twins.
And his home in the magical forest of Laure.
A nice tale but we are now into a more ‘normal’ romance story as the magic was woven into the storyline in book 1.
Thus whilst a nice story, it is not as unique as book 1.
A paralegal by day and incurable romantic by night, Sylvie is a cross-genre, and she takes Happily Ever After very seriously. The End just isn’t in her vocabulary.
An incorrigible daydreamer, she now feeds her obsession with epilogues by concocting stories in which heroes deal with the happy from the get-go. Ready, or not. And she confesses under oath to loving every minute of it.
Sylvie lives her own Happily Ever After in the beautiful mountains of Les Laurentides in Northern Quebec, alongside her whole set of characters.