The League of Amazing Women is called
upon to help rescue male models. It should be just another
day at the office for these women, except itís that time of
the monthÖfor ALL of them. Usually they lock up all the
weapons and wait it out, but they are temped by the models.
They will do anything for hot men.
Joell, aka Wonder Witch, takes the case
of the missing hot models in hopes of getting a big thank
you. Joell gets more than she bargained for when she hooks
up with an undercover police officer, and her familiar,
Crowe the cat, gets involved.
Wonder Witch is told in
the voice of Crowe, Joellís familiar. I found that very
weird. It took me a while to get into Wonder Witch
because it just kept getting in the way of the story. It
was kind of creepy having the cat describe how he was
watching the woman have sex. It just wasnít my cup of tea.
I understand why Ashlyn Chase used the voice of the cat by
the end of the story, but I donít want to give anything
away. The surprise twist at the end was interesting, but it
was a long ride to get there. I think if the story was told
in Joellís voice, I might have been able to get into it more
because the concept of having a League of Amazing Women is