BLACK MAGIC WOMAN
by Christine Warren

May 2011
ISBN: 978-0-312-35720-7
Reviewer Graphic Button St. Martin`s Press
Mass Market Paperback
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Daphanie Carter is unceremoniously introduced to the existence of Others when she comes to town for her sister’s wedding. Since Daphanie’s sister will be unable to guide her through this new world she finds herself in, Daphanie accepts the help of an imp to learn more about the Others. Not long after Daphanie accidentally insults a witch doctor and finds herself under the reluctant protection of a Guardian, Asher Grayson. Daphanie and her friends try to determine just how serious the magical threat against her is and in the mean time Daphanie is forced to maintain close approximation to the stolid and lust inducing Asher. Daphine and Asher’s growing attraction to each other gains more and more heat and soon they can’t keep their hands off each other.


Black Magic Woman is a smile inducing and page heating fun read that readers will devour. Daphanie’s wit and strong character are sure to cause twitching grins to blossom and snorting laughter to burst forth. Asher’s struggle to remain focused on his job and keep his hands to himself is fun to read as bit by bit he loses the battle of his attraction to Daphnie. Christine Warren’s world and the characters that inhabit it are sexy and yet manage to wrap themselves around reader’s hearts and will keep readers returning for more glimpses in this magical world. Christine Warren is a fabulous writer that never fails to deliver a story that readers will greatly enjoy and that will have them clamoring for more.


Reviewed in August 2011 by Claudia.

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