Wonderful Fright” by Veronica Wilde
a witch. A good witch, and tonight the man of her dreams is
taking her on a date. What more can a girl want? But when
everything goes wrong, and another witch bespells her man,
Willow decides it’s time to stop being the good little
witch, and take things into her own hands. But before she
can make a drastic mistake, a pair of interfering ghosts
take matters into their own hands.
entranced by “It’s a Wonderful Fright” by Veronica Wilde.
The “Wonderful Life” theme with a Halloween Twist was done
in an innovative and fun way. I can’t say much without
giving the story away, but I enjoyed it. Drake was a good
man, and someone that any witch or woman would be happy to
have on her side.
Magic” by AJ Hampton
in love with Samantha, the owner of the local bar, but he
can’t tell her that. He is an Enforcer, and Enforcers live
dangerous lives. It’s better to stay away from her, despite
the fact he knows she is the girl for him. Sam is in love
with Trent, but has yet to make a move toward him. After
all, how do you tell a man that she is his soul mate and
they are destined to be together forever?
I am not
usually a fan of alpha males, and Trent is definitely an
alpha male. To me a good alpha male is one that can give and
take, that can be true to himself but also be what the
heroine needs. Trent is one of those. “Familiar Magic” by
AJ Hampton has hot sex scenes, thorough descriptions,
and the way she explained the magic entwining and mixing
impressive. I only wish I could write as well.
Are People Too” by Tiffany Aaron
being sued by Chris’ sister in law, on behalf of the
organization Zombies Are People, Too. Chris doesn’t agree
with it, but he isn’t overly fond of either woman. That is
until Tarsala continues to intrigue him at every turn.
Pretty soon he can’t wait to spend more time with her.
Tarsala knows what she wants and she goes for it, and she
makes no apologies. If that includes not only finding the
perpetrator that started the Zombie virus, as well as
wanting Chris between her legs, then she’ll be damned if she
lets anyone stop her.
As you can
probably tell by the title, some of “Zombies Are People,
Too” by Tiffany Aaron needed to be read tongue-in-cheek. The
solving of the mystery wasn’t real drawn out, or even
believable, but I found myself not really caring, as it
wasn’t that important to the story, if you ask me. The way
Tarsala intrigued and eventually hooked the big fish was the
true story. It was nice to see a hero in distress as well
as a kick ass heroine. I also have to give kudos to Ms Aaron
for the name of the city the story took place in, if nothing
else. This one gave me a smile.
Halloween Treats was definitely a nice surprise for
me. I have read some anthologies recently that seemed
uneven. Some of the stories thrilling me while others made
me want to throw the book against the wall. This one was
definitely not one of those. From beginning to end I enjoyed
myself immensely. I loved the authors’ writing styles, the
characters and the heroes themselves. I will definitely be
looking for more books by each author as well as the