Book Review: Witches Anonymous
I’m slowly working my way through my TBR pile. It’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it. So for today’s offering, I give you Witches Anonymous by Misty Evans.
Amy Atwood is ready to trade in her broomstick for the Good Life, swearing off her cheating demon-boyfriend, Lucifer, for all eternity. When she finds him in the arms of her sister, Amy joins Witches Anonymous, swearing an oath to herself never to use magic again. But Lucifer has other ideas. He wants Amy all to himself and No Man Shall Put Him Asunder. Even Adam incarnate.
Adam Foster is every witch’s hex dream. After all, who wouldn’t want a sexy fireman who comes galloping to the rescue? But Amy may have more than she bargained for when she learns the truth behind Adam’s appearance. Her timing for swearing off spell-casting couldn’t be worse as she realizes she’s faced with her possessed sister, a jealous Lucifer and a sexy Adam. Will Amy dust off her magic wand…or let fire and brimstone take over the world?
Witches Anonymous is a fun frolic. Once I started reading, I couldn’t stop and finished it in one sitting. Amy is a character that’s hard to forget-she’s funny and fun. Misty Evans pens magical story full of mayhem and humor filled with snappy dialogue and, of course, fashion! It pained me as much as it did Amy when she found her closet full of shoes dumped haphazardly on the floor. I’m really looking forward to reading more of Misty’s work in the very near future.