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Naughty Haunts: Eleven Spooky Love Stories Paperback – August 18, 2016
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Top Customer Reviews
Each story was well written and kept in involved. Since I have a weakness for witches, I have to say my favorite was Strange Magic. I love strong women willing to fight for what they want. In each – the suspenseful scenes were great and the romance was hot.
Gypsy witch – Ben, a police detective is in love with a Elena, an uninhibited witch. Elena’s daughter, just coming into her own powers, has befriended Ben’s son and finds trouble. The romance and action intertwined to keep pulling me forward. A very nice short story.
The Magic that You Do – A story of ghosts and everlasting love. This was an incredible read. The entire time I read it, I wasn’t sure exactly where it was going, but loved the way the author revealed a bit of history at a time.
Dirty Princess – Okay, This one ties for the best. Hallie has been in love with Ry, her platonic roommate for three years. A series of events forces her to re-evaluate their relationship. This was a great story line. The author has a gift with setting a stage and keeping you entertained.
Where or When – witches anyone? Another incredible read. Francesca Hawley brought to life a witchy rock star and the female witch he’d dreamt about for years. Told in alternating 3rd person point of view, romance sizzles between the main characters with a great villain type in the wings.
The Ghost at Substation #69
A classic with a wonderful twist. Who’d have thought that a cat would make such a great ghost? Doug and Fern, estranged lovers. Fern, caught up in the glitz of another man, learns a lesson about looking deeper – into the soul. I loved this story as it kept me guessing until the end.
Mary Sullivan was ready to start fresh – a year after dumping her ex. Deciding to rent a cottage on the beach, she wants to take the time to rethink her life and new beginning. Add a devastatingly handsome man, his ghostly wife, and a little BDSM, and you have a fantastic story. Katherine Kingston is an author I’ll be following.
The Revenant’s Desire
Oh My! Ghostly vampires and star-crossed lovers. Even if you’re not a fan of paranormal, this is a book you should read. Romance sizzles, while the author makes you cheer, laugh, and sometimes cry. Charlotte Boyette-Compo should be on everyone’s list of authors to follow. Tension remained high with brief pauses to catch your breath in a wonderfully paced adventure.
Personally, I’m a fan of vampires, and Suz deMello adds enough twist to this story to keep you glued to your seat. Throw in another supernatural being and you have the makings for a wonderful story.
Nicole Austin writes a great ménage. Take one highly intelligent, yet strong, outgoing woman, add some sexually dominant firefighters, and you have the makings for volcanic romance. Another book you won’t be able to put down.
Were the Hell
I was a little surprised to see a M/M book in with the others, but the author has a good style of writing and a flare for telling stories. I like having a twist in the story line, and she weaved it in well with the romance. Nice job.
I liked Strange Magic by Lynn LaFleur because it showed a strong woman, even if she happens to a witch, needs to stop and ask help for help. Dominic who is a master Warlock help the woman he loves make it into her magic. It's just a funny story that you can't help but fall in love with.
Gypsy Witch by Suz DeMello is so adorable. When Elena's daughter actually gets caught up with her magic, you can't help but laugh because mom has to come save her. But you can't help but want to defend her because Ben is such a butt. He loves what she has to offer in the bedroom but he finds her to be a nut out. I wanted to punch him and felt he got want he deserved.
The Magic That You Do by Tina Donahue kind of confused me at the beginning with Finn not understanding why he is in front of a Haunted house and why there is a woman there. It does start to slowly make sense as you read it, so don't give up on the story.
Dirty Princess by Nicole Austin is so darn hot. After a night of drinking between friends leads to fantasies coming in the open. I loved this one because Hallie and Ryland finally stopped dancing around what they wanted. They wanted each other by the way. But in the end it made me so happy Hallie was able to sort things out with her mom. You will understand when you read the book.
Where or When by Francesca Hawley had me researching the difference between a witch and bard so i could know the difference. I loved this story because there was a twist with one of the characters. I loved how intense Sharon and Frank are right from the beginning. It was Fire.
The Ghosts at Substation #69 by Berengaria Brown i liked. It was my favorite ghost story. I loved how Doug finally got his chance to save Fern. She is after all the love of his life. I loved how Earl and Otis had a hand in helping them hide from Ferns abusive ex.
Coastal Ghost by Katherine Kingston showed me that things have a way of happening when you least expected. That sometimes you need a little push to move on and live life. This one got me kind of emotional but in a sweet way. It is a very nice story.
The Revenant's Desire by Charlotte Boyett-Compo i loved. I wish this was made into a movie. This is what campfire horror stories are what about. Like this book is what you tell people about haunted house. Minus the sex scenes of coarse. I loved how there was romance, horror, and information on why Nolan was what he was.
Immortal Hunters by Suz deMello isn't what you expect from a vampire book. The twists and turns in this book made it amazing. I did have to do some research on a Selkie to know what it was. I loved how the author also included the information about the Celtic Folklore.
Spontaneous Combustion by Nicole Austin was on fire. The Extras that Jake had included in his bet to Maddy, i had to put the book down and take a moment to myself. This book was funny yet hot in a very good way.
Where the Hell by Berengaria Brown was something i didn't expect but i fell in love. I'm not usually a fan of M/M romance let alone paranormal M/M but this book blew me away. It wasn't just about them even though those sex scenes had my blood on fire. It was about the mystery of why a pack has no female werewolves.
The last three books are the bonus books and they are just as amazing. I loved each book separately and i wish they were full length novels but at the same time i don't. I feel like if they were full length it would take away from the greatness of each book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The stories in this anthology all have a supernatural or Halloween theme.Read more
Each story is unique. They run from Vamp, Witch, M/M, etc.Read more
" The Magic that You Do" by Tina Donahue- This is an incredible Halloween story!.Read more