Bonfire Night by Isabo Kelly

Tabitha is a contemporary witch with a very sexy meditative life. She spends a year doing all kinds of naughty things with Liam, the super hot guy in her visions. One All Hallow’s Eve night, Tabitha’s dreams—and nightmares—come true at the same time: Liam’s yummy muscles are real, and he is in charge of her witchy safety; there is also evil lurking in the shadows.

When evil strikes, the witch uses all the tricks in her hat, to keep her world from apart.

My Wicked Thoughts Bonfire Night: Tricks and Treats was a quick, fun, satiating Halloween treat. Isabo Kelly’s writing style put me next to Tabitha, in her protective circle; I smelled the incense and the candles. Then Liam started getting creative with melted chocolate, and my senses went wild. The things a man can do with a brush, something sweet and sticky, a willing partner, and a bit of time…

I must say that the novella starts a bit shy when it comes to sensual language, but in the second chapter things are called by their names, and the characters’ desires come out to play. And those of you who enjoy some healthy violence in your fiction—like moi—won’t be disappointed. The physical and metaphysical fighting fits the plot; there is even bitch slapping, which made me giggle.

The ending left me looking for more; not because the conflicts weren’t resolved, but because I wanted to enjoyed the characters a bit longer.

I was introduced to Isabo Kelly via "Demon Says", a hilarious paranormal short story where a witch uses a rather unorthodox demon banishing technique. I recommend the free short story and the novella to anyone who enjoys short, sexy, paranormal fiction, where real witches do magic and much more.    

5 comments:

  1. I've added the book to my "to read" list, and I read the short story! I like it. :)

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  2. Wasn't it funny? I laughed quite a bit and I loved how a story so short left me completely satisfied. Bonfire Night is more on the romantic paranormal side, but it was just as enjoyable.

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  3. Prima, I would buy that book just becuase the guy on the cover looks hot :)

    Con amor,
    Dominick

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  4. Primo, I wouldn't expect any less from you lol. I mean you need to read this. I don't what part is more exciting, the fact that the witch in the book is described as a real Witch or that the guy does some wicked things with melted chocolate.

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  5. Wasn't it funny? I laughed quite a bit and I loved how a story so short left me completely satisfied. Bonfire Night is more on the romantic paranormal side, but it was just as enjoyable.

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