Hex on the Ex by Gabrina Garza

Playing With Magic, Book 1

Amber Allure

Contemporary Paranormal Romance (M/M)

ISBN: 978-1-60272-263-7

Reviewed by Sabella



When Jory accepted Jake’s invitation to a Fat Tuesday party in the middle of July, Jory knew it was a bad idea – especially as Jake’s housemate in non other than Pierce, Jory’s very much missed ex.  So it’s no surprise when Jake has to drag Jory into the house to stop him from hiding in his car.  However, when Jake has Jory get a reading from the obviously fake, The Great Gidget, things begin to get weird right after she asks Jory to make a wish.  Suddenly, Jory’s ex Pierce drags him into a bedroom for some fun and then walks away as if nothing had happened.  Then, Jake comes up to Jory and somehow manages to confess through innuendo that he wants Jory in the worst way.  But just as Jory is beginning to sort out all the different feelings that both Pierce and Jake evoke from him, the Great Gidget comes up to Jory franticly trying to tell Jory something is wrong with the spell she “conjured” during their reading…

Hex on the Ex is an erotic tale that brings to the fore all of Jory’s feelings for his ex, Pierce, while opening his eyes to the possibilities with Jake.  Jory seems like a lost man in his search for that “special” someone, but it’s hard to feel sympathy for him as he indulges in a tryst with Pierce.  But, his interactions with Jake redeem him and making him seem vulnerable and appealing all at once.  Both Pierce and Jake are secondary characters that are hard to know aside from a superficial impression.  However, all three men generate enough interest to leave you flabbergasted at the cliffhanger at the end of the book.  Hex on the Ex is funny, hot and emotional enough that it will leave you desperate for the next installment and find out how this “mess” gets resolved.  Pick up Hex on the Ex for a fun and entertaining read!



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