This book is one you don`t want to miss!
Can a bad witch go good in thirteen steps? Not if Lucifer has his way with her!
Amy Atwood is a witch. Not the harm-none kind…the Satan-worshipping, devil-made-me-do-it kind. But after catching Lucifer in a particularly wicked hex act with her goodie-two-shoes Wiccan sister, Amy does what every self-respecting witch would do. She pops a Dove chocolate in her mouth, ends her affair with the devil, and swears an oath never to use magic again.
She wants to be normal. Human. Even if it means no more fun—and she’s looking for a nice, normal guy to complement her new lifestyle. And ice-cream-loving firefighter Adam Foster looks like perfect hero material.
Lucifer, however, isn’t about to be nice about letting her go.
Stalked by Satan, manipulated by the angel Gabriel—and surprised by Adam’s true identity—Amy finds herself up to her black hat in trouble of Biblical proportions…
'Witches Anonymous' is the first installment in the Witches Anonymous series by Misty Evans. If your in the mood for a hot, fast paced, light comedy then this is the novel for you. From page one I was drawn in and I couldn't get enough.
First lines:-"In a room full of witches, you’d think I wouldn’t stand out.I really enjoyed Amy's character. She's a hard attitude witch that signed her soul over to the wrong side. She may be good, but she likes bad. And how could she not, when they look like Luc Does.
You’d be wrong."
"...Devil standing in front ofBut thanks to him two timing with her sister, she's turning her life around. No more evil. No more devil. She's taking the steps to become good and it's not as easy as she thought. Thankfully, she'll have another handsome fellow to help her take her mind of such things. And Adam is hot, hot, hot. What she doesn't realize is he has a secret. His true identity is unique and really adds to the story.
me. Tall, dark and sexy as hell, he was nevertheless too handsome for his own good. No visible horns or claws, but an insatiable hunger for all things denied him."
I really enjoyed 'Witches Anonymous'. It was everything you'd want in a 109 page novel. I want more and I want it now!
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