to forget her recent break-up with an abusive ex. What
better way than a night out at Moonlight and Magic, a
popular new club specializing in paranormal attractions?
The club advertises a demonic and shifter staff, and Sage
plans on taking advantage of the situation. Instead, she
captures Daelas’ attention. He’s the club owner and an
incubus who’s gotten bored with his usual routine. Sage is
far from the usual.
night is over, Sage experiences double the pleasure, double
the fun, when Daelas’ twin, Jaren, arrives on the scene. As
incubi brothers, they share everything, including the petite
and passionate half-Fae, half-human, Sage.
first page to the last, Moonlight and Magic is
a sensual and lively carpet ride that sweeps you along urban
paranormal heights. The language is peppered with an
engaging British flavor and turns of phrase I found much to
my liking. The characters are straightforward and
Sage is a
sassy little package with enough spunk to reel in a pair of
experienced demons, and keep the party going. Daelas and
Jaren are a delightful contrast while bringing out the spark
in their lady love. Some areas of the plot are tried and
true, demon-meets-girl/demon-rescues-girl, but the charm
lies all in the telling. Mina Carter does a fabulous job of
bringing this dynamic trio together in a sweet and spicy
no-frills story that holds its romance weight.