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Sunday, October 21, 2012

How to Marry a Warlock in 10 Days, by Saranna DeWylde, review.

Recently I read How to Lose a Demon in 10 Days, by the same author, and in my previous review, I mentioned that I had a little bit of a hard time getting into it, although, I’m glad I stuck with it, I was expecting to have the same problem here, however….O.M.G does not even begin to cover how much I love How to Marry a Warlock in 10 Days.

It’s just soooo amazing….I’m gushing, yah, I know, It’s a no-no, but when a book is this good, how can you not? I mean seriously?  There were similar elements as in How to Lose a Demon, elements, that I am coming to LOVE. I’ve said love twice, and I haven’t even begun to describe the book yet. Yah, it was that good.

Ok, so we have Midnight, or Middy to her friends, a good little virgin witch, who spent most her childhood being taunted by the now, sexy warlock Dred, she’s developed a bit of a love-hate relationship with him, as he’s haunted her childhood, he’s also haunted her fantasies.

He’s everything a single, red-blooded witch would want, even Middy, who’s spent most of her days planning fundraisers, and fantasizing to his image. She’s sassy, quirky, and a perfect match for the Dred.

Dred, as a rule, is one of the witching world’s most notorious bad boys, he’s popular with the ladies, but not just that, but he has a rap sheet, one Middy isn’t buying into. She still sees him as the annoying boy who tormented her in school, but she knows he isn’t the bad guy everyone makes him out to be. He might be able to drop panties with a single look, but she’s got him figured out.

In this story however, the one you’d assume would be the bad guy, was ACTUALLY another good guy, who simply lost out. The real monster…was a shock as well, so no cliché’s here to worry about.

Note that I adore books that theme witches, and warlocks, so maybe I’m a bit biased, but all the flying brooms, magic spells, and quirky tid bits simply secure my fascination. Like most of the romances I read, there was mystery, mayhem, and of course the steamy parts that we all enjoy.  

There where so many parts to this book, that it’s hard to pinpoint which is my favorite, as there were several times, I literally laughed out loud, Middy, and Dred are a brilliant couple, and this book, in my opinion, is simply awesome; particularly the scene in which Middy finds herself face to face with not only her obedient ‘fantasy’ Dred, but the real one as well, who’s just walked in on her private moment. I wish I could list them all, but what would be the fun in that?

I am soooo looking forward to the next story in this series, and I’m praying it’ll have one of Middy’s brothers as the lead because I am loving the Trifecta of Doom.

If you haven’t read the first book, How to Lose a Demon in 10 Days, no worries, they are capable of standing on their own, though seeing the way they weave together was pretty cool too.

Saranna DeWylde has definitely made it to my top ten!

This book is humorous, romantic, kick-ass, and simply amazing! Read it, if you liked How to Lose a Demon in 10 Days, you will LOVE this one.

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