by R.G. Alexander

January 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60504-887-1
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Callie Turner knew from a young age that she would find neither love nor acceptance from her foster family. Instead Callie found it in her best friend, Harrison Abbott’s, family. The Abbott family readily accepted her into their fold from the moment Harrison brought her home and it was therefore easy for Callie to accept them when they did not hide their magical abilities from her. So when Harrison asks Callie for help in finding out who is behind the escalating attacks against Magian women seeking their intended mates Callie readily agrees.

In order for Callie to pass for a Magian she is going to need a spell and the help of her best friend’s brother, Tyghe. Callie has always had a tumultuous relationship with Tyghe fueled by his apparent dislike for Callie and his willingness to ridicule her over her relentless crush on his brother Tucker. Soon things begin to heat up between Callie and Tyghe and their game of pretend starts to feel more real. But things are thrown into turmoil when Tucker shows up and neither brother is pleased by the feelings that Callie holds for the other. In the midst of solving a crime Callie must untangle her feelings for the Abbott brothers and hope that her relationship with the Abbott family will survive her involvement with Tucker and Tyghe.

Wicked Sexy is a sinful delight that will excite and grab reader’s attention from the first page. Callie and Tyghe’s relationship is turbulent and fascinating to watch as it grows and develops but not to be out done by the relationship and feelings Callie has with Tucker. R.G. Alexander has created a world that is intriguing and won’t fail to draw readers into it or the characters that R.G. Alexander has created. The characters and their stories are ones that readers will want to read over and over again. I can’t wait to read the next wonderful story that R.G. Alexander creates and further explore her Magian world.

Reviewed in April 2010 by Claudia.

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