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How to Marry a Warlock in 10 Days Paperback – September 25, 2012

3.9 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews
Book 2 of 3 in the 10 Days Series

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"Brash, sexy and funny as hell." -Angie Fox, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Last of the Demon Slayers

Product Details

  • Series: 10 Days (Book 2)
  • Paperback: 276 pages
  • Publisher: Brava (September 25, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0758269161
  • ISBN-13: 978-0758269164
  • Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 0.8 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,173,781 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Rating: B+ ... Heat: Hot

Midnight Cherrywood was stuck with an unfortunate nickname while she attended Academy as young witchling--Cherry-would-if-she-could. The person responsible for giving her that moniker? Mordred Shadowins. As is often the case with childhood crushes, Dred was covering up his true feelings for Middy by constantly picking on her. Fast forward more than a few years, and Dred now needs Middy's help to solve a black magic mystery... and when Middy agrees, well, she gets to turn the tables on the wily warlock and give him his just desserts.

Middy is a snarky delight. She starts out innocent, with a penchant to please, but after spending some time with Dred, she quickly looses her brain-to-mouth filter. And, as he is the staring man of her self-love sessions, she decides early on to loose something else to him. Yes, Middy is a virgin heroine, who is initiated into the joys of carnal bliss quite enthusiastically but, thankfully for me, I like that. If you're going to finally give it up, it might as well be in spectacular, mind-blowing fashion.

Which is just what she gets from Dred. Who, I must say, is not dreadful at all. He is a charming, charismatic, Viking-esque sex god, with a wicked tongue (verbally as well as... you know). He also has an air of danger and disrepute that pretty much means he is panty kryptonite. (Dred can magic my panties on or off anytime. Just sayin'.) But there is more to him than meets the eye and he has a protective streak that's a mile long... and a particular weakness for our sassy heroine.

Together, these two make my face hurt from smiling so much. When Middy started to laugh at Dred, after shooting a cranberry into his eye, and the more he glared - the more she laughed...
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For years Middy has been secretly lusting after Dred Shadowins, her childhood tormentor turned billionaire playboy extraordinaire. She has every issue of Weekly Warlock featuring a centerfold with him. Yet, she never wanted to make her fantasies a reality as he goes through women like water. She has more self-respect than that, or at least she thought so until he convinced her to pose as his fiancée. Turns up he actually is a spy for the High Chancellor, and his latest case is one stepping horrors, and Middy would do anything, even sacrifice her pride to help stop the ones responsible. Yet things take a turn for the interesting when Dred's mother gives Middy a potion that makes their engagement turn from a farce to a reality leaving her only 10 days to make Dred hers or she will lose her Magick forever.

I really loved Middy and Dred's characters. Middy is a outwardly confident Witch who more than holds her own against Dred. He's been around the block a few times, and women typically fall at his feet, yet Middy gives him one heck of a run for his money with her brutal honesty. I loved watching her turn him upside down and off balance. Dred on the other hand has much more to him than meets the eye. Sure, he goes through women like crazy, but that really is only to keep from letting anyone close. Despite his outward confidence, inside he is actually rather insecure and doesn't believe he deserves to be loved. That's a perception that slowly changes over the book as Middy starts to teach him the error of his ways. Of course there are more than a few bumps along the way, making for an incredibly entertaining ride.
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I read this book in a day---yesterday I read How to Lose a Demon in 10 Days and this was today's book of choice since I really liked the first one. As others have mentioned this is a second in series, and while you could read this one and not be totally lost, I believe you would appreciate this book more if you had the background story to Grace and Caspian.

At any rate, you find yourself cheering for Midnight and Dred in this story. Again, the romance is a focus but still just a part of a whole. The product description and other's reviews give thorough summaries so I won't :)

My review is that I really liked the story, it kept my attention and I just checked out the next one How To Seduce an Angel in 10 Days (10 Days Series). I am interested to see how the story further develops.

My only negative (hence the 4 star and not 5) was that while the first book was virtually free of editing errors, this one had enough to where I noticed. If an edited version is updated then I will be happy to change to 5 :) Things also seemed to be wrapped up rather quickly when compared to the pace of the rest of the book.

As I said, I checked the book out from E-library. While I would've paid $6 for the first book, I think $8.69 is high taking into account the need for editing.
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Really liked this book! Middy Cherrywood and Dred Shadowins along with the dozen or so other characters were HILARIOUS. The book is wrote in modern day but with this historical feel. It's hard to explain but I loved it. While the dialogue was current the way in which it was spoke had this old world feel that spoke to me. Laced with crazy mishaps along the way that made the characters reactions to things funnier.

Middy is a virgin, by choice. She just hasn't found the right warlock but she has no qualms about pleasuring herself. She even has a mystical magazine where the centerfold hops off the page right into her bedroom to do her very bidding. Is it real? No but it sure feels that way when his head is between her legs. Her private centerfold is none other then the richest warlock, Dred Shadowins. The warlock is bigger then life...and that includes his monstrous ego. The rumors about him vary from the mentally insane to the murdering variety but Middy just needs the man to help fund a charity. The real one, not her magazine one. She doesn't expect him to declare himself a spy and insist on her assistance in catching a criminal bent on starting a war with the neighboring Gargoyles.

I found Middy to be an exceptionally real female lead. Well, if you forget all that magical stuff anyway. She wasn't overly strong, didn't have a lot to lean on other then her wits and quick thinking and her snappy come backs to the fanatical Dred made for great reading. Dred was so over the top, which I normally am "meh" about, but he was so far past my line that I ended up liking him despite of his attitude. He's a walking sex on a stick bad boy who thinks incredibly highly of himself, has an ego the size of Texas and really....he's not wrong. Women throw themselves at him, except for Middy.
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