Are You Witchin’ Kidding Me| Review


Three friends. Three Witches. Three freakin’ stories. Our first story starts with Bethany, Laura and Raine as they go back to the house for a little slumber party. Dancing and drinking. Falling on their asses. Drinking some more. Girl talk. Did I mention drinking? Giggling. Casting a spell. You know, the usual when Witches get wasted. What could happen? Bethany, an earth Wiccan with luscious curves, is harboring a tragic past. One with her parents and the wolves, the other with an ex. She cringes thinking about her ex, he’s the reason why she left the BDSM lifestyle. However, a night out with the girls turns from fun to serious. She is suddenly drawn to a hunky Alpha werewolf who is unlike any man she’s ever met. Wesley, the charming hot Alpha, has been waiting for years to be with his one and only mate. Once he rushes out to rescue her from a demon, there’s no going back. He can’t let her go, not now, not ever. He’ll do anything to keep Bethany safe and claim her as his mate. Love her. Hold her. Dominate her, the way she was meant to be, proving that there is a reason why she needs to come back to BDSM. She needs her true Master. Stuck together in a life-threatening situation, there’s only two options for Bethany and Wesley. To stay and let the demon find them or run. And even though there is a demon on the loose, their fates are on the balance, the passion between these two lovers is so dangerously hot; neither of them can resist it.

This book was pretty freakin epic. I loved every second of it and I want MORE. It’s a Novella, so it’s pretty short, and I expected as much, but I didn’t expect to want so much more from this story. The book is set in such a way, that I think it could truly benefit from being a longer book. I wanted to get to know more about the 3 witches and understand their lives more in depth and how they met. I wanted to get to know Wesley and the wolf pack, and understand their side of things. That is the only thing that bothered me about the book. It felt like there was a potential there, and I’m hoping that there is a plan in another book to fully answer these questions. I laughed through this book fought the urge to put it down. The only other thing that I had a problem with was character POV. There were points when we saw Wesley’s POV, and I thought it was a little confusing to have it suddenly switch and then switch back. Maybe set it up with chapters switching between the two would have been better. Otherwise, I loved this book. I cannot wait for the next one and to learn what happens next.

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