Review: Some Like It Wicked by Stacey Kennedy

Some Like It Wicked by Stacey Kennedy
Release Date: March 1, 2013
Publisher:  Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 73
Source:  book provided by the author for review
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Bryanna is far from the perfect witch. Shunned by her coven and her boyfriend for her unruly magic, she seeks a new life for herself in a new town—Charmstone.

When Bryanna arrives, it’s not long before Zeke, a demon gone good, is burning with fire over her. Not only has she set his world ablaze, but he’s found one soul he can save. He’s determined to free her from the insecurities that have damaged her.

Together they experience lava-hot passion as they weave their way through a tornado of emotions. But when Bryanna’s ex returns, Zeke will need to take a stand and hope that their lust leads to a forever love.

 

Review: This novella is quite the scorcher! Stacey Kennedy knows how to keep you feeling hot, even when it’s 26 degrees outside!

Bryanna is probably one of the best female characters I’ve read about in awhile. She’s smart, charming, intelligent, and doesn’t give herself enough credit. It was hard not to laugh when her magic messed up, but at the same time I really felt for her.

Zeke was just hot. He was fiercely passionate about Bryanna from the beginning and would do anything to make her happy.

Layton was just a putz and I was glad we didn’t really have to deal with him for more than maybe five or ten pages.

The writing is spot on and the characters are well developed. If I was to find a “negative”, it’d be that I wanted to know more about Charmwood and it’s occupants.