Witch Amy Atwood isnít your
stereotypical Glinda the Good Witch. No, sheís a
Satan-worshipping, wicked witch through and through, and is
quite happy about it until she catches Lucifer in bed with
her sister. Then itís off to Witches Anonymous and a
renouncing of her powers for Amy. When she meets sexy
firefighter Adam Foster, Amy figures heís a delicious
compliment to her new, normal lifestyle.
But the devil doesnít give up so easy.
Lucifer wants Amy back and he isnít taking no for an
answer. To make matters worse, the angel Gabriel is now on
Amyís case with an agenda as his own. Itís all almost too
much for a newly-reformed witch to bear and Amy only has
until Halloween to figure a spell-less way to get herself
out of trouble.
Spirited and fun, Witches Anonymous is like a
breath of fresh air. Itís energetic, sharp, and, much like
Amyís beloved Dove chocolates, utterly delicious. Misty
Evans has a lively voice that comes right off the page,
giving her characters a spark I found truly enjoyable. I
adored Amy from the very first page. Although she possesses
magical powers, her attitude makes her easy to identify
with. Her hero, Adam, is everything a hero worth sighing
over should be. And Lucifer (or Luc, as he likes to be
called), isnít your average version of Satan. Heís
seductive to the max and I must admit Ms. Evans made me feel
a bit of sympathy for the devil. A fast-paced tale that is
completely spellbinding, Witches Anonymous is
not to be missed. Wickedly entertaining!