Friday, June 15, 2012

Four Guys And A Witch (Warrior's Craft, #1) by Cheryl Dragon


When demons invade Detroit, four modern day pagan warriors go to work, but they need a little extra help from their favorite sexy witch.

Phoebe has been their magical contact for years, but none of the men have dared break ranks to make a move. A protection spell won't cut it this time. The group needs sex magic to boost their skills and bond them on a new level.

Sharing a hot witch is one thing, but two of the men have issues which make baring their feelings harder than their bodies. Phoebe is determined to have them all and bring love to the warriors' world.

Reviewer: Bluebell

Phoebe is a witch; she provides spells of protection and healing for  demon hunters Andy, Jude, DC, and Reed. She believes she can aid them  further if they used sex magic. There is, however, a codicil. All of  them have to be on the same page, they also have to let go of  inhibitions and they can’t hold back any secrets from each other.  

  It all sounds great—Andy and Jude are lovers, so no problem there. DC  has shared a bed with Andy and Jude on occasion so one would think no  problem there, too. The only real glitch comes from DC who is in love  with Reed and Reed is unaware of his feelings. Adding to the brew is  Reed who thinks that the whole idea is unfair to Phoebe as she may end  up feeling used.  

There were aspects that I loved in this story.  I thought the chemistry between Phoebe, Andy, Jude, and DC was  wonderful. However, I really didn’t feel the love when it came to Reed.  In fact, I think we could have done without him. There were also times  when Phoebe grated on my last nerve with her 'oh okay, lets all have wild sex',  and then she doesn't really bring much to the bed or table for that  matter. She came across as little more than a blow-up doll.  

It  wasn’t the best of Ms. Dragon’s work but, that being said, it was still a  good read. If you're looking for a short hot read, I say go for it. 3  stars.  

Publisher: Changeling Press
Review Courtesy Of: ManicReaders


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