Saturday, March 31, 2018

DNF - Witch Fire

Mira Hoskins doesn't know she's a natural-born witch who possesses the rare—and powerful—element of air. And she never expects to find herself tied to a mahogany bed frame, captive of a man who aches to fulfill her every desire and let loose the magick that dwells inside her.

Heat emanates from elemental fire witch Jack McAllister. The Coven, a governing authority of witches, has sent him to protect Mira from a band of warlocks who drain witches of power...and life. Long ago, he saw Mira's parents murdered by this same dark magick. He'd like to quell his guilt and offer her everything she deserves. But she's the long-lost cousin of his boss—making seduction off-limits.

With Jack's strong guidance, Mira is luring forth her inner magick. But his sense of duty is quickly swelling into insatiable hunger. He was warned about the natural attraction between air and fire. Now he risks being consumed by the woman he shouldn't want—but can't stay away from.

Mini Book Breakdown

DNF Page 49 

I read almost 50 pages and I never found any romance. There was just so much freaking lust and like sixty different words for vagina that I got so damn bored. There was no romance, Mira is insane for wanting to sleep with a dude who tries her down all night even when he says he just wants to protect her. Yeah... he doesn't know how to get a girl to trust him. If I had to read one more time how freaking hot they were for each other, I was going to lose it. My partner and I got a good laugh out of once of the scenes though, so there's that. He couldn't believe how bad it was either. Also... plot wise, well, not much plot from what I read, his father is the reason her parents are dead and he was out to protect her because he felt bad, also he really wants to sleep her and she really wants to sleep with him.

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