Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Heat Rating: 3
Willow’s always been a good witch ... until a bad witch hexes her sex life on Halloween.
Now she’s ready to throw her old life away for the thrill of working dark magic on every man she desires. To convince her otherwise, a pair of ghostly guides give her a taste of her life as a cruel and sexy hex mistress--a life of necromancy, debauchery, and some very submissive male slaves. But when Willow falls for the one man she can’t have in her powerful new world, she realizes that her old life was a wonderful fright indeed.
If you take Jimmy Stewart’s classic holiday film, mix in a little bit of Buffy and Charmed, you’d get It’s A Wonderful Fright. It’s a delightfully hot, wicked read that manages to capture everything a good erotic tale ought to have while tossing in the essential ingredients that make paranormal romances so sinfully delicious.
I was very impressed with the world-building, personality, and characterization Ms. Wilde was able to infuse into such a short novella. She made good use of her side characters, as well, leaving no stone unturned. Likewise, the chemistry between the main characters, Willow and Drake, practically sizzled off the page. I don’t want to spoil anything, so I won’t go further. You’ll just have to read it to see what I mean.
I didn’t know what to expect when I selected this book, but I was very impressed. Anyone who loves a good, hot paranormal will not want to miss It’s A Wonderful Fright.
4 1/2 Tea Cups!