- File Size: 314 KB
- Print Length: 67 pages
- Publisher: Decadent Publishing (December 12, 2014)
- Publication Date: December 12, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00PV3AAUQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,082,736 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Fireworks at Midnight: A Witch's Night Out #3 (A Witch’s Night Out series) Kindle Edition
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I love a friends to lovers’ trope. Add that both Dulcina and Mikal (totally yummy) are magical beings with amazing powers and enough attraction flaring between them to burn up the pages and you had me at hello. A fast entertaining read that ushered me into the new year.
Literally rich, lively conversation, lovely witch couple. Very enjoyable to read such a warm and romantic love scene.
Although it is a 'one night stand' romance, it seems to be bound forever. I love it!
Mikal is so overprotective but in a way that makes him incredibly sexy and irresistible. Dulcina is so worried about the rumours of what the enforcement agency does to precogs though that she keeps avoiding the situations that result in them kissing as she sees them in advance. I love how he can use his air elemental powers in ways I had never considered. Very hot. I do wish this had been expanded into a longer novel though. There were so many elemenets introduced that could have made this more suspenseful and drawn out the hotness just a little tantalizingly longer without compromising the story.
Enjoyable short read. It does you leaving kind of hanging at the end. But since these are a series of books I figure it will continue in the next book.
We've met Ducina, aka Sweets, in the first two books, though mostly only in cameo scenes when she was talking with her friends who were the stars of their books. Never really enough to get any real sense of who she was or what she was really like. We finally get to really meet her and her friend Shelly here and both prove to be far more complex than had previously been indicated. Sweets in particular is seen to be quite mature for her age in many respects, though still fairly naive in others. She's been hiding her talent for precognition for years, claiming that it's her friend Shelly who's had the visions when she has to tell people about them, and has been living in fear that the deception will be uncovered. Nevermind the worry that some of her other unsanctioned activities will be discovered. Above all, she's lived in fear of the attraction she feels for Mikal and the future she keeps having visions of concerning them and unbenownst to him has been doing what she can to change their fate.
Mikal has known Sweets for much of her life and has been well aware of her precog abilities for many years. So far he has kept her secret, though there are indications that might change soon if he can't convince her to fess up to them herself. He's very alpha male, though of the sort that is a bit too given to arrogance and anger for my taste. That said, there's definitely something about his "you will listen to me" attitude that I find appealing, and like Jack Frost in the last book he knows how to use his magic in some very creative ways. Still, something about him just didn't entirely do it for me, which is likely why this tale seemed just a bit lacking to me as well.
The interplay between Sweets and Mikal is heated from the very beginning here as they can't seem to help striking sparks off one another. Sometimes they're sparks of anger, sometimes sparks of a very different sort. The main thing that can be counted on with these two is that there isn't likely to be any dull moments when they're together. Still, their romance seemed like so much of a foregone conclusion to me that other things in the book captured my interest a bit more. In particular, the longer insights we're given into how the magical community and its governance systems operate, and the hints of possible trouble brewing that gives me hope that the author will continue to explore this world, hopefully maybe even in a longer book or two. Of the original characters that have been mentioned, one--Mikal's sister Shelly--remains unpartnered, and enough was said about her in this book to indicate that an intervention of some sort is perhaps coming down the pipeline to help pull her out of the phobias she's falling prey to before its too late.
My speculations about the future of the series aside, don't let my somewhat-less-than-enthusiastic attitude toward this book keep you from reading it, especially if you've read the first two. You probably don't have to read them first, but you'll certainly understand more of what's going on here if you do. However you choose to read them, my recommendation is that you read them all, for I don't think you'll be sorry that you did, especially if you like paranormal romance of the magical variety. 4½ well deserved stars (rounded up for Amazon's system) to an enjoyable read in a wonderful series.
Note: I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review
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