Review: Automagically by Sommer Marsden

Automagically by Sommer Marsden
Release Date: August 12, 2011
Publisher:  Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 68
Source:  Publisher

It was her sisters’ fault, really. Their idea that Evie use studly coffee slinger Caleb Mahoney for sex to get over her ex. It was supposed to be simple. Spell him into wanting her, get down and dirty with him, release all her pent-up sexual energy, and then do a simple forgetful spell. Easy magic for three sister witches. No biggie. Right?

Wrong. Every time Evie decides to come clean, well…they do it again. And again! It’s not her fault…at least, she’s pretty sure. Something niggles and itches deep in her brain everytime she starts to confess.

Is it Chemistry or bad magic? Has their simple bang-yourself-happy-again spell gone out of control? Is it amping up automagically? Or is it because the huge, shorn, lovable, man-whoda think it? -is it really good in bed? And the van…and the shower…and the…you get the picture.

 

Review:  Automagically made me wish that I knew how to cast spells on men.

Evie is ready to get over her ex, and what better way then to listen to her sisters and put a spell on a man. Have sex with a man and then put a spell on him to make him forget. Let’s just hope that it doesn’t back fire.

Caleb works in a coffee shop and wants to a baker. He makes coffee that is so good that it almost gives you an orgasm. I can honestly say that I don’t like coffee. Now give me chocolate and you’ve got a deal.

Evie has always thought that Caleb was sexy and had feelings for him. So Evie listens to her sisters and puts a spell on him. She keeps telling herself that after she has him for sex she will erase his memory.

Seems that we should never tempt fate. She gets sex and so much more. She keeps trying to tell him the truth but every time that they are together something strange happens. Her brain starts tingling and clothes start coming off.

I loved this book and I wish I could put spells on people. To be able to take someone’s memory and keep having a do over. I enjoyed the relationship that all three sisters have and seeing how they take care of each other. When Evie’s sisters think that maybe something else is going on they are there to fight by any means necessary.

This book made me laugh. Especially what they do to protect their sister. When they find out that Caleb is a MOP. If you want to know what that is you need to read the book. I’m not going to give away any secrets.

Just like in real life, be careful what you wish for because you just might get something else instead. So how do you know when you put a spell on them that it’s their true feelings or is it automagically?

 

 

 






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