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That Voodoo You Do (That Old Black Magic Book 1) by [Redford, Jodi]
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  • File Size: 1270 KB
  • Print Length: 172 pages
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (October 12, 2010)
  • Publication Date: October 12, 2010
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0042P5I9W
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By Tina Pavlik VINE VOICE on October 27, 2010
Format: Kindle Edition
I really enjoyed this story. The author has combined witches, shifters and black magic in some truly inventive ways. There are hot love scenes, tender scenes, humor, and some really exciting zombie slayings. Jemma and Griff are a great couple and the stars of this story, but the hot werewolf Logan and the coven mistress Clarissa steal a few scenes also. The plot is smooth and quick moving and the author really has a gift for description. I now feel I know exactly what it is like to have a zombie breathing down my neck, yuck. There are a couple of interesting plot twists and I look forward to reading more from this author. If all her books are this good, she will be on my autobuy list in no time. - Maura Frankman
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Jodi Redford has created a rich and entertaining world of magic and mystery.

Jemma Finnegan had no idea what she set in motion when she set out to seduce her best friend Griffin Trudeau. All she knew was that after being around him for ten years, she would have to make the first move if anything was to happen between them. Who knew that sex with Griff would cause a zombie apocalypse?

Jemma discovers that she's a witch, and making love unlocked her powers, powers she has no idea how to control. As if that isn't enough, she also finds out Griff isn't what he seems to be, either. Seems he is her cat familiar, "cat" being a Bengal tiger of course. Seeking help from the coven her Jemma's grandmother founded seems to be the best choice, but things just get stranger when she learns what she has to do to strengthen her power enough to stop the ghost of the voodoo queen who wants her blood.

Can Jemma have sex with both Griff, the lover she has always wanted, and Logan Scott, a wolf in men's clothing? What will Griff's punishment be for breaking the rules with Jemma? Will they be able to stop the zombie uprising before it begins? And who ever heard of a zombie named Bubba?

The characters are all finely crafted and well defined. The air of genteel hospitality and welcome of the coven house is in sharp contrast to the evil of the voodoo queen's plantation home. I loved all of the richly detailed characters, from Jemma and Griff, to Clarissa, Logan and the older women, Mrs. Peach and Gloria. Even the evil voodoo queen, Jemma's great grandmother Antoinette, has a personality, albeit an evil one.

What can I say about Jemma? She starts out determined to seduce her best friend Griffin.
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Four and a Half stars.

Oh my! I wasn't expecting this book to be as funny as I found it. From the first page I was laughing. And it's not just funny - it's exciting, it's interesting and it's earth-shatteringly hot! ;-)

The story starts with Jemma Finnegan, a woman with a plan, setting out to seduce her super hunk of a best friend of ten years - Griffin Trudeau. Next comes some delicious and literally earth moving kitchen lovin', the beginning of a zombie apocalypse and that's just the first chapter!

From the start I loved the chemistry between Griff and Jemma. The comradeship of having been best friends for ten years was evident and the tangible sexual tension between the two was electric. I was rooting for them as a couple. And if I had any doubts of Jemma as a heroine they were wiped away when she tried to take down a zombie using a ThighBlaster.

The secondary cast of Clarissa (the coven leader) and the other witches (Mrs Peach, Gloria) were delightful. I loved the banter and pop culture references they delivered.

And Logan Scott? '[He's] the guy your mamma warned you about. 'The ultimate biker boy complete with the mirrored shades, barbed wire tattoo and snug jeans - I loved him. Normally I don't like any character that threatens the Happily Ever After that I desire but I loved what Logan brought to the story. The fact that he brought out Griff's jealous side... that is just a bonus!

After finishing the book, I'm still a little unsure as to why the ménage à trois strengthened Jemma's magic but it was such an hot and steamy scene that I'll let it slide. I really enjoyed the creativeness of the sex scenes. And the humour that was present throughout everything.
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By darswords on November 27, 2011
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A quick read. Erotica lasting for pages (not my taste, but I know others would love it), well written and far from 'bam-bam-thankyamam' sex. Some books that is all you get. But HERE we have story.

At first I thought it was going to be all about witches. I was happy, since Bewitched I have been fascinated by the fantasy and reality of witches. But then it got into the Voodoo and zombies part. Don't know what I was expecting given the title. I put the book down for a day or so. I am not interested in black magick. If it doesn't help a person, the planet, etc. why bother. Do no harm, etc.

But my curiosity of where Jodi Redford was heading with all of this got to me. I picked it back up and enjoyed the ride. The characters were well developed and couldn't help but like them. Well, except for grandma. The story would have been shorter but as interesting without the sex parts, which is something you can't say about most erotica. But this isn't erotica per se. As I mentioned the story holds its own.

As for the zombie stuff... well, it wasn't our heroes that caused these run-amuck dust-bunnies but they had to stop them before they, yeah, as usual, take over the world. Those zombies, all they want are brains and world domination!

I don't think I'll have nightmares from the book as there was enough levity to pull out of those dark abysses.

Given this review I will recommend this author to those I think might enjoy the heck out of this realm. I was going to give the book three stars but then I realized that that would reflect on the author. The only reason for my giving three was that it wasn't my cup of tea. But it was fun none-the-less.
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