Title: The Magic of Midsummer
That’s the problem with screwing your boss once… maybe twice. And Maggie knows Jack Greenfellow is a great boss. A really great boss…really professional. Well most of the time…
Maggie Short enjoys working for Jack Greenfellow. He’s incredibly handsome, sexy as hell, mysterious and on the odd occasion, even interested.
On the very odd occasion.
Maggie is still struggling to recover from a bang to the head, the kind of thing that happens if you are crazy enough to drive your car into a ditch on the shortest day of the year. Fiercely independent, Maggie is annoyed because the incident has resulted in people treating her as if she is now, suddenly, an exceptionally delicate individual. Puzzled, because it has also left her with some really strange memories from the night of the winter solstice.
Fire fairies, bonfires, magic, mayhem and the dark king of the fae.
And at the centre of it all…Jack Greenfellow.
A Jack Greenfellow that is very special.So special, that if she told anyone she would be back with the men in white coats again.
Something that is so not going to happen.
Author: Sophie Angmering
Published by Total-e-Bound Publishing Source: Publisher
Published: 12 July 2013
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance
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While it took a bit of time to understand where this story was going, it ultimately turned into a very clever novella that incorporated humans, faeries and some ancient prophecies. Maggie’s problems started with a crash on winter solstice: from that point forward she could not stop the fantasies about the encounter with her boss Jack.
When the summer solstice is approaching, again she is stranded with the very sexy and hot Jack, and Oberon and the battle ensues. With super steamy sexy scenes that are both well described and incredibly erotic, the connection that exists between Jack and Tiberion is palpable. When it morphs from man-action to a ménage, the steam levels reach volcanic proportions.
Additionally, the interactions between Maggie and Titania are erotically charged and greatly sensual, as they seek to bring Jack into the fae realm. The ultimate battle is won or lost on the decision that Maggie makes in choosing her entertainment.
This story did work with enough information to be read alone, but would have been better served with some foreknowledge of Jack, Oberon, Mab and Titania. Sophie Angmering has created a story that completely revamps the fae into this erotic novella, while providing emotional ties and reactions that feel wholly human. Very entertaining and has me curious about the first two books in this series.
I received an eBook copy from the publisher for purpose of honest review for the Jeep Diva. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.