Review: Trickery by Sabrina York

August 1, 2013 Review 0

Review: Trickery by Sabrina York

Though seducing a mortal is expressly forbidden, novice witch Willow Ostreth wants Austin. Bad. Unbeknownst to Willow, Austin-the glorious, delicious specimen who makes her heart pound and her body weep-is no mere mortal. He's really Damien DeWinter, a powerful warlock, a man determined to lure Willow-and bind her-to his bed.

When the luscious Willow breaks the rules and uses her magic to ensnare him, Damien-rebel, renegade, outcast from the Witching World-figures he has carte blanche to pursue her and seduce her using any means possible. And his arsenal is vast.

What neither of them realizes as they tempt and torment each other with pleasure is that there's a greater magic at work here. One that could bind them together, forever.

Title: Trickery
Author: Sabrina York
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Training Tess, Rising Green, Adam's Obsession, Lust Eternal
Published by Ellora's Cave
Source: Publisher
Published: 3 October 2012
Genres: Erotic Fantasy Romance
Pages: 66
See the title at Goodreads
Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: five-stars
Flames: four-flames

Oh this was a fun story: witches and warlocks, magical potions and energies flowing everywhere and a master manipulation of the two who dared to defy convention and engage in some seriously steamy sex that will even leave readers breathless.

Novitiate witch Willow is days away from her initiation into the coven, able to cast any spell she chooses and away from the restraints imposed on one in her position. The handsome barista at her favorite coffee shop has stirred her not inconsiderable lust, and she determines to ensnare him and have her way.

“Austin” is not all he seems, however, and the little witch has met her match in a warlock that is infamous for his disregard for convention. What the two share besides and amazing sexual chemistry that steamed up my ereader screen is a fearless belief in their magical powers, and a willingness to experiment with and get lost in the sensations.

So lost, in fact, that the appearance of the Grand Wizard was slightly more than anticlimactic, much to his great distress and the reader’s hilarity. Again, Sabrina York has created a short novella that doesn’t skimp on the characters or intrigue even as it manages to create some seriously intriguing sexual cravings. Yes, this is a short, but it is a fun short with lots of action and twists that make it all the more fun to read.

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.

 

Kallysten

 

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