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Love PotionsA Warlocks MacGregor NovelContemporary Scottish Magickal RomanceA little magickal mischief never hurt anyone...Erik MacGregor, from a clan of ancient Scottish warlocks, isn't looking for love. After centuries, it's not even a consideration...until he moves in next door to Lydia Barratt. It's clear that the shy beauty wants nothing to do with him, but he's drawnLove PotionsA Warlocks MacGregor NovelContemporary Scottish Magickal RomanceA little magickal mischief never hurt anyone...Erik MacGregor, from a clan of ancient Scottish warlocks, isn't looking for love. After centuries, it's not even a consideration...until he moves in next door to Lydia Barratt. It's clear that the shy beauty wants nothing to do with him, but he's drawn to her nonetheless and determined to win her over.Lydia Barratt just wants to be left alone to grow flowers and make lotions in her old Victorian house. The last thing she needs is a demanding Scottish man meddling in her private life. Just because he's gorgeous and totally rocks a kilt doesn't mean she's going to fall for his seductive manner.But Erik won't give up and just as Lydia let's her guard down, his sister decides to get involved. Her little love potion prank goes terribly wrong, making Lydia the target of his sudden embarrassingly obsessive behavior. They'll have to find a way to pull Erik out of the spell fast when it becomes clear that Lydia has more than a lovesick warlock to worry about. Evil lurks within the shadows and it plans to use Lydia, alive or dead, to take out Erik and his clan for good....

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Love Potions Reviews

  • Claire Robinson
    2018-12-29 13:04

    4.5 - "I'm going to woo ya, lass." Over the top Scottish Stars!Too say that I was surprised by Love Potions would be an understatement. By that I mean just how much I enjoyed it. I know I am pretty much ensured a good read when I pick up an Entangled book, but Love Potions went over and above my expectations. Her eyes raked over him. The crewneck black cotton shirt he wore moulded to his flesh, leaving no mystery as to the fine shape of his body. The long sleeve bulged at the shoulders; leading to a thick, muscled chest... he was by no means slender, for his stomach was nothing but a continuation of solid muscle. His heather gray, flat-front pants hugged to his perfect waist. The material draped quite erotically over his thighs and calves as a breeze stirred against them. The pants draped something else as well – the giant bulge nestled between his legs.I absolutely adored this book, being a Brit, I did read it with a certain amount of tongue in cheek, as the whole Scottish element of the book is vastly overplayed, but for me it just enhanced the book. I loved Erik MacGregor and his family, a Clan of Warlocks that essentially spend their days playing magick tricks on each other, and getting into mischief. It doesn’t hurt that he isn’t scared of rocking up in a Kilt on occasion!Any woman would have to be dead not to be attracted to the walking mass of sexy that was Erik MacGregor.Lydia Barratt was easy to like as well, initially you think that she is going to be the usual simpering damsel in distress and, once again my expectations were wrong. She was feisty, fought back and didn’t allow Erik’s magick to sway her when it came to his seduction of her, and her methods of keeping him at bay were absolutely hilarious at points too."I already know how good I am in bed. You’d be lucky indeed to get me between your sheets."I hope that this series runs for a while, with 4 more brothers, a sister and cousins a-plenty; there is scope for a few more Sexy-Scottish adventures to be taken. táim i ngrá leatARC generously provided via Netgalley in exchange for the above honest review.

  • Marta Cox
    2018-12-30 20:05

    I've been a fan of this author since I first discovered her Dragon Lords series and have to admit that Ms Pillow writes seriously sexy stories so was quite keen to see what she would do with something a little more Earth bound! So with delight I chose to read this story about warlocks and magic with the added bonus of men in kilts! Erik and his family are seeking a new home and when they find one Erik discovers that his new neighbour Lydia Barratt is one woman set to drive him to distraction! Lydia is a rare woman who can channel the magic that warlock Erik is imbued with but convincing her to let him into her life is going to prove challenging to say the least!This is a very lighthearted romance full of misunderstandings and spells going wrong! The Macgregor family are such a handful and it's impossible not to be bowled over by their enthusiasm but at times their antics did feel just a little childish and I could feel myself rolling my eyes! Although to be fair Eriks clan are an hysterical bunch to read about and there's never a dull moment with their constant shenanigans! With a family like this perhaps the hero didn't really need enemies? Unfortunately though that's just what happens in this story though and Erik and Lydia find that the path to true love is not always a smooth one. Although along the way there's plenty of time for this likeable couple to shall we say investigate each other? Yes this book is just as sexy as the other tales I've read by this author and full of steamy interludes. Lots of characters within this book to capture the readers imagination and I'm not sure which of the clan we will get to read about next but Eriks sister is certainly a handful ,although Lydia's friend Charlotte seems to have caught the eye of one particular Macgregor . There's a creepy bad guy and even a playful ghost to make this an entertaining read but most of all it's just a fun story .If you enjoy sexy stories filled with magic and mayhem then this book will almost certainly hit the spot!

  • The Book Junkie Reads . . .
    2019-01-17 20:06

    Sexy, Scottish, brogue, warlock and oh my. I loved Erik. I loved Lydia. I really enjoyed getting to know the MacGregor clan. This group will make small town life that much more interesting. There was much her to keep me entertained. Ghost, shadows, possessions, warlocks, pranks, tricks, passion and then some.

  • Nina
    2019-01-16 16:11

    Funny with a sexy modern day kilt wearing scot who also happens to be a warlock. I'm only complaint was the heroine was a little to stubborn.

  • Julie
    2018-12-23 20:06

    I loved Erik and his family! They were a close knit group and so freaking hilarious! Lydia was a sassy introvert, and her poor friend Charlotte..talk about a run of bad luck!Warlocks and magic.. gracious that combination was potent! The story was cute. There’s magic, ghosts, love potions gone awry, and the humor! I loved the humor! I really enjoyed the MacGregor family and look forward to seeing who’s up next!

  • Nicola
    2019-01-21 18:02

    Not only is Love Potions a fabulous PN romance, it is easily one of the funniest books I have read this year. I enjoyed it hugely and with a sexy Scottish warlock, a stubborn likeable lady, a crazy bunch of relatives and magick it brought perfect laugh-your-socks-off humour and I sat here making very unladylike snorts with tears running down my face. Exactly my type of humour.Lydia Barratt is a bit of a hermit, happiest making her beauty products with her BFF Charlotte and enjoying the quiet life. That is until Erik MacGregor, a deliciously hot Scot moves in next door with his crazy family. He's not looking for love, but something about Lydia draws him to her. Yet she refuses to fall for his charm.Cheeky, witty and, just to confirm, verysexy, our kilt-clad wooing warlock had me spellbound. His seduction tactics had me sighing, his singing somewhat scarred me, and the banter, tricks and mischief between him and his siblings had me howling. And I loved Lydia as she’s no wallflower and is feisty, funny and when it comes to giving Erik a taste of his own medicine it has hilarious consequences. But it's not all humour and seduction there's some suspense and it’s one of those treats that has you convinced you have it sussed, only to fail miserably. Whether you are a fan of PN romance or not, this is a book I seriously recommend. The first book I have read from Michelle M. Pillow won’t be the last. It was an absolute joy to read and I hope we are treated to more from the MacGregor clan; they quickly proved themselves to be a completely endearing fun crazy family.

  • Beth
    2018-12-28 20:56

    Love Potions is a magical romance story that had me laughing out loud.Erik MacGregor is an ancient warlock who moves himself and his immortal warlock clan next door to Lydia Barratt, a lotion making home body. A few spells gone wrong, an ancient evil enemy and a magic wielding family that loves to play pranks makesLove Potions a marvelously delightful read. If the steamy chemistry doesn't grab you the hysterical antics of the MacGregor clan will have you caught up in their eccentricities. Pillow once again provides a highly imaginative storytelling that will provide a fantastic read for those who enjoy humor and spice in their paranormal adventures. I personally would love more from the MacGregor clan.I received this ARC copy of Love Potions from Entangled Publishing, LLC - Covet in exchange for a honest review. This book is set for publication June 2, 2014.Written by: Michelle PillowPrint Length: 218 pagesPublisher: Entangled: Covet Publication Date: June 2, 2014Rating: 4 starsGenre: Paranormal RomanceFind this book on: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

  • Emily
    2019-01-18 13:16

    Overall rating: 3 starsGenre: Contemporary RomancePlot: 6/10Ending: 7/10Writing: 7/10Hero: 8/10Heroine: 7/10Humour: 7/10Steaminess: 5/10HEA: (view spoiler)[Yes (hide spoiler)]

  • Shaly
    2019-01-15 17:55

    DNF @ 13%FYI: I received this book as part of a Halloween giveaway, along with thirty or so other books. The ONLY reason I'm giving this book one star is because due to a flawed copy, I did not get to finish the book. Each second to last and last page of every chapter was missing...see flawed. I did reach out to the writer and the giveaway team voicing my concern but have yet to hear back from anyone, which is a shame as the pages I did get to read were interesting and funny..naughty too! I do have tons of other books I need to read so this will unfortunately go into the DNF pile and hopefully I'll be able to read a non flawed copy eventually.

  • Fatimama
    2019-01-06 14:58

    I really liked Erik (H), Lydia (h) was exhausting to read though. There was too much push-pull and not enough relationship building actually. Most of the time they were arguing and that was just tiring.

  • Robin
    2019-01-18 16:23

    Love Potions is I hope the first in a series about the MacGregor clan by Michelle. Pillow. Michelle is one of my favorite authors and this book just solidifies my love for her books even more. A take your breath away handsome, hunky modern day Scot, Eric is our hero. He part of a paranormal warlock family that has well adapted and thrived throughout the centuries. They are now a good size powerful wealthy clan that is needs to relocate. Erik is the oldest brother (one among several hot hunky brothers, cousins and uncles), who is in charge of finding just the right property and down to accommodate the clan and not leave them too open for discovery of their magical ways. He finds them a huge mansion on an old beautiful estate. A charming cottage that is on the estate happens belong to a beautiful woman that Eric bumps into, Lydia.Lydia is a sweet "natural" witch who has been taught magic and potions by her recently departed grandmother. She now has a blooming business , "Love Potions" which boasts a store in the cottage she inherited by her grandmother, as well as a growing online business.The sparks between Lydia and Erik are instant and thrilling. Their chemistry was "potent" and deliciously sexual throughout the story. They know from the beginning that sense of belonging to each other could not be ignored. Lydia of course is not exactly "convinced" which leads to some very memorable, romantic, funny and sexy scenarios.Modern day centuries old Scottish Warlocks made awesome "please give me more" characters. They are devoted to the clan and have a great family dynamic, as well as being serious pranksters. There ask some very humerous, laugh out loud scenes and situations throughout,which are well balanced in the story by themes of passion, tenderness, romance, suspense, love of friendship and family.The story is filled with magic, supernatural ghosts (love grandma), and some truly evil characters as well. The hero and heroine are both awesome characters, love their passion, humor, sense of loyalty and their personalities are really likable. Their sexual chemistry is hot and very much In line with the story. Enough that you could use a nice cold drink and a fan, which I personally find enhances the romance(yummy).I loved reading this new kind of storyline and enjoyed it so much that I did not put it down once I started. It is a definite feel good story with enough paranormal, supernatural magical fun romance passion for an amazing read.Let's hope there are more sexy kilted MacGregor books to come.

  • Michelle
    2018-12-26 16:22

    **See this full review and more at http://bookbriefs.net**Love Potions is the first book in the Warlocks MacGregor series. It follows one of the MacGregor sons, Erik. I think that each of the books will follow a different member of the MacGregor clan, which will be very exciting because it is easy to see from this story how tight knit their family is. It is also so much fun to watch them joke around with each other. The MacGregors are a bunch of pranksters. And throw magic into the mix, and well let's just say that some of their pranks get a little inventive. Erik is used to getting everything and everyone that he wants. Girls have a tendency to throw them him, so when he meets his next door neighbor and she doesn't give into him right away, he seems to be a little off kilter. I liked that Lydia was so strong willed. She seemed to be the only one able to put him in his place. Not even his brothers were able to accomplish this. Lydia is just what Erik needs. But Erik and Lydia do not have an easy road. I honestly did not know if they were going to end up together or not. Lydia has a bit of a temper on her, and rightfully so! I mean, this family shows up out of no where and bring magic and spells into her life, not to mention evil spirits. Throw in a love spell and you have a hot mess. But it was hilarious fun! I do wish I had paid a little better attention to the glossary of terms at the start of the book because I didn't know some of the things that Erik was saying. Some were explained, but others weren't. I also wasn't super clear on what an Inthrall was. I know that they can suck a warlock's powers from him, sometimes to the point of death. Which seems pretty serious to me, but the MacGregor's never really seemed concerned. I wish that was explained a bit better, but it eventually gets explained and worked out. Love Potions has stubborn, yet charming warlocks, lots of magic, tons of chemistry and a plot that you are sure to enjoy. This book was a lot of fun, and the MacGregors are great. I love their family and I can't wait to read all of the brothers, sister, and cousin's stories.

  • Kim Reads (Read Your Writes Book Reviews)
    2018-12-25 16:15

    Reviewed for Read Your Writes Book Reviewsby KimI've never been so wrong about a book. Okay, so that came out wrong. I've never been more surprised by a book. I thought Love Potions was going to be a funny, light-hearted, paranormal romance. While it does have it's funny moments, it is so much more. Love Potions gives you a Scottish Warlock , Erik MacGregor, and his rambunctious family; including his four brothers, sister and a cousin, along with his parents and extended family. I didn’t mention that the cousin and brothers are ALL drop dead sexy and playful. And the sister is fun with a little mean streak.For her part, Lydia Barratt is a quiet homebody. She loves staying in the house she once shared with her grandmother and making lotions, soaps, and teas for her home business, Love Potions. Lydia doesn’t believe in magic, even though her dead grandmother was a natural witch who likes to come back to her from time to time.Love Potions is the start of what I hope to be a very long series for Michelle M. Pillow. It gives you wonderful characters that you just have to love. You also get hot, steamy foreplay, light-hearted funny moments, spells galore, and a little suspense to keep things interesting. Oh, and furniture-moving sexual encounters.I can’t wait for the next book in the series!Source: Personal Purchase

  • Heather Fortman
    2019-01-15 17:24

    Another winner!I was asked to read and review (and wasn’t paid) this honestly and I have to say, if you’re not familiar with Michelle Pillow’s works than this is a great way to introduce yourself to her worlds. I loved this one so much I read it once for the review, and again simply because it’s such a great book!There is mystery, intrigue, and a little home grown mischief thrown in with a spell binding ride of emotions as the MacGregor family seeks to hide what they truly are, all the while the eldest son Eric seeks to court his neighbor, Lydia Barratt, who turns out to be not only his greatest strength but his biggest weakness as well! There’s all the gambit of emotions; from laughing so hard you nearly cry, to wanting to smack a character upside the head for being a moron! I don’t want to give away too much of the story but suffice it to say, WELL. WORTH. IT! I’m going to run off and read it again because I loved it soo much!

  • Laura
    2019-01-18 20:17

    Lydia and Erik meet and immediately want to jump each other's bones. Then she doesn't want to seem like a slut so she tries to back off. I find it amazing that she didn't actually see anything wrong with the fact that she basically gave a blow job to a complete stranger for no reason. And the whole McGregor clan was just annoying. There is playful family bickering and then there is annoying and immature human beings. This was just not for me....at all.

  • Nikki
    2019-01-15 13:09

    Wow. This was a very captivating and interesting book! It was hilarious, intriguing and held me captive from the first page. And there wasn't even really steamy scenes in it! That's when you know a book is just plain well written and GOOD. ;) I loved it. Erik was awesome and hilarious. his brothers were too. I genuinely loved every character in this book! Well, aside from the bad guys that is. I loved the take on magick this author portrayed and I can definitely see myself reading the other books in this series! Especially Euann's book!

  • Talltree
    2019-01-21 17:14

    3.5 stars!!

  • Tawnya
    2018-12-29 16:10

    Love Potions is a good book. It contained warlocks, witches, and evil in abundance and of course a funny romantic story line.

  • Mariya
    2019-01-21 14:25

    DNF @ 31%This was so FREAKING BORING!

  • Tina
    2019-01-06 21:22

    2 Stars!Unfortunately, this book didn't do it for me as much I was hoping it would. I was enjoying it in the beginning, but somewhere in the middle all the way to the end I lost interest. Let's get into the details:CharactersFor the most part, they're likable.Lydia is your typical shy, slightly reclusive lead female who you cheer to get the hot sexy guy. She cares deeply for those she loves and has a pure heart. She's not the strongest girl physically or magically, but on her way to becoming strong in both the literal and metaphorical sense (mostly at the end). As for Erik, he's sexy. And he knows it. He has a sort of caveman domineering mentality in the love/sex department which I will leave up to you whether you think it's good or bad (whatever floats your boat). It's not an extreme mentality where it's unbearable, but it is there. Aside from that, he too, like Lydia, cares deeply for those he loves and also has a pure heart. The only difference is that he has the literal physical and magical capability to protect himself and those he cares for (though I have my doubts which I'll explain later). The other characters are also overall likable and frustrating. Charlotte is the best friend you want to have to push you into getting the hot guy (even though at the moment you want to kill her for doing such an embarrassing thing). Malina is an awesome chick until you become part of her plan to mess with her brother(s). And I won't even get started on the sexy prankster MacGregor brothers...Romance/EroticaWasn't really convinced. I mean I can feel the sexual tension between the two as well as some romance, but I just can't see a plausible moment that rightly defends the level of feels they feel for each other at the end of the story. (view spoiler)[Strong like? Yes. Love worthy of engagement? No. (hide spoiler)] I'm all for soul mates and fantasy elements of being destined for the one, but I'm not a complete fan if the relationship relies heavily on that and not the building of the bond. I mean there is effort made in the building of it, but I don't think that build up justifies their feelings. (view spoiler)[Albeit their relationship building was interrupted by a love potion and dangers, but even so that should be more reason not to immediately dive into the "I love you"s. I wasn't really thrilled with the proposal either. I mean the point was (or at least I thought it was the point) for Erik to propose marriage so that she held the choice of whether or not to say yes. In the end, even when Erik proposed, it wasn't really a proposition. He just told her to say yes. He didn't ask it in a question either or even added a please. I'm sorry if this is picky/naggy territory but that bothered me since Lydia saying yes to that kinda defeated the purpose of her waiting it out because she wanted a choice and emphasized more of her desire to get an extravagant proposal. Not that no girl has the right to want an extravagant proposal, but I didn't expect Lydia to be the type of girl would be extremely vocal and adamant about that sort of thing. (hide spoiler)] Other than not being convinced of their love, there's some nice steamy erotic scenes for those who are into that. There's not too much and not too little, but it's not what this book is about so if you just happened to come here solely/largely for that, you might be disappointed.PlotNot a huge fan of the execution. Some chapter transitions seemed to have gone way too fast. (view spoiler)[One example being from Lydia's first meeting of the MacGregor family to Erik being hit with the love potion. Literally the next day, he's hit with it. Speaking of which, I thought we'd actually see the process but was disappointed to see that we were only just retold of what happened. I know not all events can be told in real time, but I figured the actual love potion part would get more story time considering that it's emphasized as an important event in the synopsis. (hide spoiler)] I was also disappointed with the conflict, climax, and resolution. We get the conflict that's mentioned in the last sentence of the synopsis so it's a given that that is the main conflict, but another one pops up briefly right after it. I'm not saying you can't/it's impossible to have another conflict after the main one, but it sure as hell difficult to pull it off. Before that extra conflict popped up, I just felt like I was in limbo in the story. There was an obvious reason why it still continued, but it didn't seem that plausible to continue the story just for that reason. Then when that extra conflict popped up, it just felt random. The purpose of the conflict wasn't random as it certainly serves a function, but I'm not sure if saving that conflict for last was a good fit for the story. It just felt like a puzzle piece that was jammed into the wrong part of the puzzle. Oh, and more about the main conflict: (view spoiler)[ I was disappointed in the resolution. It's not necessarily the fact that Erik wasn't the savior that bothered me, but rather the fact that he's built up as the hero only to end up being knocked out and his dad and other brother being pretty much the saviors. Maybe I'm the only one who built up Erik as the big badass hero, but seeing Erik go down quickly and easily as he did was disappointing as it was less epic than I was hoping for. (hide spoiler)]Overall, it was mostly the execution of the plot that holds me back from completely loving the book. I like the characters and where this book wanted to go, but I couldn't completely enrapture myself in this world. Though I personally didn't like this story, I still recommend new readers give this book a shot as I appear to be in the minority that didn't enjoy the book.In my reviews I know I say "I didn't like...", "I don't think...", "I personally..." etc., and believe me, I know that books aren't meant to be catered specifically to me. I just simply state my interpretation in case there are any others who would think/feel the same way and compare it to how I thought the story (STORY, not author...though I do take an author's intentions into consideration) seemed to want to go. Most of my opinions come with an explanation of why I felt/thought the way I did so I hope my personal likes/dislikes about certain aspects are justifiable in that way. If my dislikes aren't agreeable or you think that you'll see the book in a different light, I definitely encourage you to give the book a preview you as you might enjoy it more than I did. If an adult romance filled with some magical/supernatural elements and sexy Scots floats your boat, this book might be for you.

  • Patty Kincheloe
    2019-01-09 17:18

    Funny and crazyThis is such a hilarious love story and chocked full of wild padlocks (who act like boys), lots of magick going crazy and a family of wall's who like nothing more than playing tricks (that usually go awry) on their siblings. There is a love story in the middle of everything, but this isn't a really steamy romance novel. I really enjoyed it, though, and laughed through most of it. I am going for the second book in the series, but I noticed that the third book came out in 2015 and the fourth one will be out this month. I think that's quite a long time between books and since there are at least 4, maybe 5, brothers plus a sister in this family, it could take years before we get to read everyone's story. I guess that's my only problem and may just stop after the fourth one. But it's definitely worth trying this one, if nothing else.

  • Skye Hegyes
    2019-01-21 17:03

    I’m not certain what I expected of this read, but it certainly wasn’t what I got. It was actually a fun read up until about half or three quarters of the way, and then it started to get… well… more unbelievable… if that’s the right way to put it. Once the bigger picture with the creepy characters started building, the story started losing my interest. Not enough to warrant me to put it down, but enough that it soured my mood towards the characters and how they were handling the situations they were thrown into. It just… the story started giving me a weird vibe about that time and I decided that once I finished it, I wasn’t interested in reading anymore.

  • Betty Lambert
    2019-01-05 12:55

    This book was so fun to read. There was a lot of funny scene's where Erik MacGregor's sister mixes up a love potion with Lydia Barrett. Lydia is a witch and she owns the business called Love Potions. The chemistry is great between the two of them. Erik knows right away that Lydia is his true mate but Lydia wants nothing to do with it and really doesn't believe in true mates so it makes for some great action between them and then when you meet the whole MacGregor clan, well chaos erupts. Highly recommend.

  • Wendy
    2019-01-11 20:56

    I think so many people saying how funny this series is had me psyched up for something funnier. It is funny, don’t get me wrong. I am not sure if I will read the next one—there’s a pretty good chance I will. Mostly because I like Lydia and she doesn’t put up so much with the MacGregor possessiveness. I liked the MacGregor’s sister, Malina, as well. Talk about someone who’s had to deal with being overprotected... I like that Lydia took care of the final threat on her own.

  • Daniela
    2018-12-30 21:13

    This was much fun! Here you have a sexy, Scottish Warlock who has a tangible connection with the pretty reclusive neighbor who mixes love options. There is Magick, bad demons, lots of townfolk, human stalker, steamy sexual tension, and lots of funny macial antics between the MacGregor family. Very fun read!

  • Gerri
    2019-01-19 20:17

    I haven't laughed so much while reading a book in a very long time. Erik was hilarious. I love the idea of a whole family of warlocks. I cannot wait to read the rest of the clan.The only thing that I didn't understand was the shifting thing. What kind of beast? Is he a warlock/wolf? Hopefully in the upcoming books their shifting into a beast will be clarified.

  • Barbara Van Zandt
    2019-01-23 17:09

    it was funny,had drama,and 2 people finding their way to each other. she listen to her head and not her heart, t h e small spell to relax her was the wrong thing to do ,his magic enhance her feelings more. then his sister help with a little revenge and that back fired ,that was real funny. can't wait to read rest of series.... need a Celtic dictionary for the Scotsman words

  • Sharon
    2018-12-28 13:14

    I think the book needed to be about 50% longer so some background could be explained before jumping into situations; sometimes they just appeared out of thin air. That said, I love this author and most of her series so I'm going forward with #2; I really like the premise of this one.

  • Lucy
    2019-01-11 13:01

    DNF - 85%I can't believe I couldn't quite get to the end, and it started off so positively. The second half was so rushed and I felt like all the character building flew out the window. Just didn't work for me.

  • Donna
    2018-12-24 20:59

    Loved this book! Full of humour, romance, magick, and a few bad guys thrown in to keep us glued to the pages. Smooth writing style, great pacing and the funniest family of warlocks on the planet. Also features the best courtship scene I've ever read - couldn't stop laughing. Highly recommended.