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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks; 1st edition (October 2, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0312949219
  • ISBN-13: 978-0312949211
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.9 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #536,313 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"It would be tough to find a more talented or sizzling group of authors than this outstanding quartet... No question, these paranormal mavens deliver top-notch supernatural thrills!" -- RT Book Review

From the Back Cover

FOUR WITCHES ON A MAN HUNT
From broomsticks to black magic, leather-clad warriors to love potions gone wrong, here you'll find four stories of supernatural sex and suspense from some of today's hottest bestselling authors.
 
MaryJanice Davidson
"The Majicka"
Life's a bit crowded for Ireland and her roommates--a fairy, a werewolf, a vampire, and now a zombie…especially when a mysterious man walks through the door. Will there be any room left for love?
 
Lori Handeland
 "Voodoo Moon"
For Devil's Fork-based FBI Agent Dana Duran, the only way to fight a supernatural serial killer just may be to embrace life. But little did she know that voodoo could be so viciously sexy…
 
Cheyenne McCray
 "Breath of Magic"
San Francisco's witches are in an epic battle. But even if Sydney can use her sultry ways and ancient Druid powers to save the world, can she risk losing her heart to handsome warrior Conlan?
 
Christine Warren
"Any Witch Way She Can"
A desperately lonely witch decides to take matters of love into her own hands when she casts a cosmic personal ad…only to find that the perfect formula for love is a strange brew indeed.

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Some great, some not my style, but all interesting.
Nana Jana
I know this isn't giving you much to work on regarding the plots, but the whole thing was so forgettable that I have difficulty recalling details.
Margaret P.
The Authors are all great, you should read thir other books, they are terrific!
Crystal Sin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Format: Mass Market Paperback
This is a paranormal romance anthology containing four short stories from four different authors.

The Majicka - By MaryJanice Davidson - a humorous tale about a wealthy farm/land owner that takes in stray folk from the mystical realm; a fairy, a vampire, a werewolf and a woman trapped within a car. When another mysterious stranger ends up on her doorstep it's to reveal something otherworldly about herself.

Voodoo Moon - By Lori Handeland - A serial killer who leaves absolutely no clues at the crime scenes in a small town, except voodoo dolls, has the sheriff finally asking for help from the FBI. Skeptical agent Dana Duran doesn't believe in things that go bump in the night, but soon she starts seeing things she can't explain with her own eyes.

Breath of Magic - By Cheyenne McCray - A battle between good an evil and the possession of a powerful eye ensues in the city and the witches are paired up with Tuatha D'Danann warriors to help them in this power struggle.

Any Witch Way She Can - By Christine Warren - A human girl surrounded by a family of magical foxwomen, werewolves and other magical entities is an oddity. Randy doesn't mind her human status but seeks to find a love ever lasting conjuring a spell from one of her cousin's magical books. The result lands her in her grandmother's house in the middle of a dinner party in nothing but her pajamas.

My one problem with this anthology is one I share with most romance anthologies; making the characters fall in love in less than 100 pages. That means, typically, within a day of meeting these characters are oozing undying love for one another and usually it's not very convincing.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By melindeeloo TOP 500 REVIEWER on October 8, 2007
Format: Mass Market Paperback
A little something for everyone, this collection runs the gamut from heavily sensual to light and funny. But here's some of your favorite authors doing what they do so well, just in less space.

"The Majicka" by MaryJanice Davidson - With a penchant for wacky off the wall paranormal chick-lit heroines, Davidson has a style all her own that can be hit or miss, but this story really worked for me. Ireland Shea, who comes from a long line of relatives with sanity problems, just wants to be normal in spite of her talent for bringing home strays. Which wouldn't be that weird, except that the strays she acquires aren't animals - well, at lest not all of the time. Her roommates are: a pack-less werewolf, a vampire with a taste for the geriatric and a snobby fae male who just dropped in (literally). If things aren't crazy enough, she's just brought home a zombie with a major problem and gorgeous sexy stranger Michah turns up on her doorstep, claiming to be sent to train her in the ways of the Majicka, and he wants her to play Luke to his Obiwan. In spite of the prerequisite zaniness, Ireland and Michah had a goofy charm and it was impossible not to root for them and the rest of Ireland's "family" really end up pulling through for her in the end.

"Voodoo Moon" by Lori Handeland - No werewolves here, but Handeland has turned out a satisfying sexy short romance. FBI agent Dana "don't call me Scully" Duran is sent to Louisiana to investigate a rash of mysterious murders where the only clue is a voodoo doll of the victim at the crime scene and the spooky thing is there is no signs of forced entry. When Dana finds her own voodoo doll, she has only until the next full moon to find a way to defeat the killer who just maybe not of this world.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By MNix on November 19, 2007
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The Majicka by MaryJanice Davidson

Ireland Shea has quite a collection of roommates. They include a
vampire, a werewolf, a fairy and a spirit stuck in a car. When they
find a zombie roaming around the cemetery one night, she does what any
Good Samaritan does. She brings her home. Micah is looking to train
the next Majicka, the guardian of all things magic. When he meets
Ireland, he knows she's special. He just doesn't know how special.

Full of MaryJanice Davidson's special brand of wit and sarcasm, The
Majicka is a fun tale that kept me laughing. I enjoyed meeting all of
the characters in this novella. They have quirky temperaments and
characteristics that come together in the end to provide a
spell-binding climax. Definitely a great read.

Voodoo Moon by Lori Handeland

FBI agent Dana "Don't Call Me Scully" Duran has been sent to Devil's
Fork, Louisiana to find a serial killer. When she arrives, the sheriff
tells her the only thing left at the crime scenes is a voodoo doll.
Julian Portier runs the local voodoo shop. He's Dana's top suspect,
until she finds out there are other forces at work.

Voodoo Moon kept me up way into the night, in more ways than one.
Eerie and seductive, I fell in love with the characters and the
setting. I hope this short is the beginning of a series, because I
loved the ending. This novella is not to be missed.

Breath of Magic by Cheyenne McCray

D'Anu witch Sydney Aline is fighting with her other witch sisters
against Darkwolf, a warlock, who has stolen the powerful eye of Balor.
Just when she thinks she has him cornered, things go wrong. That's
when Conlan, a Tuatha D'Danann warrior, comes to help.
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