"Chick-lit like paranormal with romance thrown in"
Amy Atwood is a witch and not the nice kind. She is the
devil worshipping kind of witch who got mixed up with
Lucifer aka Luc. Then Amy found her sister in bed with Luc
and she turned her back on him for good; Or so she hopes.
Going to Witches Anonymous and following the thirteen steps
is the best way to go good, but it doesn't look like Luc is
about to let her go that easily.
Giving up magic, being normal and human isn't easy but then
Amy meets Adam and things start looking up. She owns an
Ice-Cream parlour and he loves to eat Ice-Cream, he is a
firefighter and she has some fires he can put out for her.
Sounds like a perfect match but Luc is still on the
sidelines and he is up to something.
Then the angel Gabriel shows his face and Amy learns
something about Adam that makes things a bit more biblical.
Amy has a decision to make and she doesn't like either of
the options. Will she make the right choice?
This was a nice short story that kept me happy to read till
the end. The witches anonymous angle was interesting and it
would have been nice to have had the story go into more
depth about that. The angel and demon angle was also
fascinating and I liked the way the author brought it all
together without it sounding ridiculous.
Chick-lit like paranormal with romance thrown in is how I
would describe this tale. This was a well thought out story
that would have surely been a very good full length novel.
I would love to see what happened next but I'm not sure if
there will be a sequel. Instead I will keep an eye out for
something else by this author because her style has quirked
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted March 18, 2009