Review: Firelit Magic by Wendi Zwaduk

October 23, 2014 Review 1

Review: Firelit Magic by Wendi Zwaduk

Fire-red magic and white-hot nights make up the best witch’s brew…

Young witch Cian is coming into her own—and her magic. She’s happy rescuing the black cats that society doesn’t want, but she’s lonely. A sexy man to warm her nights would be perfect. Too bad the man in question isn’t interested—or is he?

Officer Tommy Barnes noticed red-haired beauty Cian the first time he stepped into her store, but a witch and a cop shouldn’t mix—should they? And what’s with her seemingly sinister interest in black cats? He can’t deny his attraction to her, so while his sixth sense says she’s harmless, a little investigative work between the sheets never hurt…

Can Tommy withstand the red-hot fire or will this witch get the best of him?

Reader Advisory: This book follows secondary characters from Candlelit Magic

Title: Firelit Magic
Author: Wendi Zwaduk
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Drawn Together, Written Together, Honey and Decadence, Taken In
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Published: April 11th 2014
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 56
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Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: three-stars
Flames: three-flames
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Firelit Magic by Wendi Zwaduk follows secondary characters from Candlelit Magic, which I have not read. However, I don’t feel like I missed out on anything. Cian and Tommy are good strong characters that hold up very well on their own. Tommy does come off a as a Doubting Thomas (pun intended) in the beginning but soon falls into line. Once the trust between Cian and Tommy is established things heat up. There’s a few surprising twists in this quick read until the whodunit at the end is revealed.

I do have to admit I wanted to read Firelit Magic because I am a black cat owner. I was curious to see how the black cat side story was going to be spun. I actually found it very satisfying. Anybody who enjoys quick hot stories that are slightly off the beaten track will enjoy Firelit magic.

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