Review: Magic at Work by Sotia Lazu

June 27, 2013 Review 0

Review: Magic at Work by Sotia Lazu

She thought he hated her. He thought she was too good for him. Fate proved them both wrong.

On a slow day at work, Lexi Adams discovers an on-line erotic romance novel. Intrigued by the similarities she shares with the heroine, she starts reading and becomes enamored with the leading man. The problem is, she’s only able to access the novel on her work computer.

Ric Ackart, head of the IT department, suspects she's slacking off and decides to find out what she does in front of her computer screen all day. His surprise at what takes up her time is overshadowed by the fact that the novel's leading man shares his face and the name he used years ago..

Now Ric is forced to come to terms with his feelings for her―but Lexi isn't willing to share more than her body...

Author's Note: This book contains graphic language and explicit sexual situations that some may find objectionable.

Title: Magic at Work
Author: Sotia Lazu
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Cherry Stem, Cherry Blossom
Published by Createspace
Source: Author
Published: March 12th 2013
Genres: Erotic Romance
Pages: 264
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Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: four-flames

Magic at work was a really cute funny read. The two main characters, Lexi and Ric, are well written and completely likable. I found Lexi witty and funny, definitely a smart cookie. Ric is very sweet and cute. Almost a little too cute. I would like to seen a bit more of his bad boy persona come through. Their back and forth banter was snarky and full of snappy comebacks. The sex between Lexi and Ric is steamy hot without being over the top smutty. Best sex scene hands down was the broom closet but my absolute favorite part of the book is what Edmund finds in Lexi’s shower. Oh the embarrassment, oh the humiliation, oh I could NOT stop laughing. Sorry, no spoilers here. If you want to know you’ll have to read the book. I did however, found myself confused over Edmund. He is supposed to be an older person but to me I felt he was written someone younger than I perceived him to be. But other than that I found the secondary characters were quite charming.

I really feel the need to mention the cover. It’s what really drew me in to read Magic at Work. I Love the cover! I found it very sexy and playful at the same time. I even did a double take on the @ symbol in place of the word ‘At’. I good cover I think really makes the book and this cover really did it for me.

I know this book is classified as erotica. however, author Sotia Lazu manages to present the story line (interlaced with steamy sex) without it having come out all smutty. If you’re looking for a fun read, Magic At Work was definitely a great way to pass the afternoon.

I received this book from JeepDiva in exchange for my honest review. The opinions and rating of this review are solely mine and in no way was I compensated.

 

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