This was such a fun little read! I loved everything about it! The vulgar language. The quirky characters. The hysterical banter back and forth. It was witty and spicy, combining fantasy and romance in a way that kept me intrigued and excited. Serena's grandmother was my favorite character! She is who I aspire to be when I am older, haha! The desire that is created between Serena and "Cat" will feel odd at first but as it unfolds, you will see past the eccentricity of it all and get lost in the sensual nature of their dynamic.
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I held her head with a fistful of wild hair, kneaded the skin at her hip with the other, and swallowed any protest before she could even think to begin one. I'd thought to overwhelm her, to cover her senses in me so fully that she'd never be able to dig herself out, yet I'd failed to consider my own reaction to her closeness. I was just as much a puppet to my body's hormones as the sensuous woman in my arms.
"I can do this every day, my witch," he murmured in my ear, the slight purr to his words a soothing melody.
"That's blackmail, Cat."
,br> He rubbed his forehead into my cheek and I felt the smile on his lips. "It is." He moved around to face me and batted those pretty eyes my way. "You can ask for anything from me and I'll always say yes."
He laughed and ripped my panties right down the middle. Fuck it, I wasn't even mad that he'd destroyed my underwear again - at least this time, I was getting something out of it. "Scream for me, Witch," he grinned, before pulling my hand off his cock and ducking to his knees, shoving his head between my thighs...
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West Coast Witches part of the Sh!t Witches World.
"You taste like mine."
Serena is a witch.
If it wasn't for her badly behaved familiar she might have already ascended to full witch and finally gained the approval of the Head of the Council - her mother.
But the damn cat doesn't seem to want to play ball and it's getting to the point that the local river and a bag of rocks are looking like a swell idea.
For a warrior witch, the fact that her own familiar won't reveal his war form is making her look severely stupid, and Serena has had just about enough of stupid.
Good thing she has a glitter-witch/pixie/unidentified species as a best friend who has her own dragon as a familiar...and Serena is not jealous.Not at all.
With help from a highly intoxicated Grandma and an overly affectionate naked guy, Serena and Hayley fight against Sod's Law to finally achieve more than the title of 'Faulty West Coast Witch.'
This is a novel of roughly 70,000 words that includes lots of indecent flashing, coarse humour, and an irreverent witch that has the vocabulary of a big, burly truck driver. Foul language warning in three...two...one...
Author takes no responsibility for sudden cat appreciation societies, adoptions, and/or inane hilarity. Any relation to real life is totally accidental and should this occur, please send details (and photographic evidence) to author's email address ;).