Sunday, February 28, 2016

READ-2-REVIEW - Suddenly Sorceress by Erica Lucke Dean

Suddenly Sorceress
Suddenly Sorceress
Ivie McKie, #1
by Erica Lucke Dean
Published December 22nd 2013 
Red Adept Publishing 
Genre: Romance, Paranormal Romance, Mystery & Suspense

The Book Junkie Reads . . . Review of
This was the kind of kindergarten teacher that I could have had a great time with.  Sweet Ivie has had a really bad day to begin this all off on a really bad foot. She goes on a trip she despises. She gets dumped. She finds that life can be worse but she was determined to make them better.

She has some true friends that work the help her with the situation she finds herself wrapped in. There was fun to be had all around. Maybe not so much for Matt or Ivie at times. But this was a light fun read that kept me going. I needed this read a the time I got it and loved the way it just made me laugh. 

Now just to have a bit of it to rub off on the people that I want to turn in to something not quite human. That would really make my day. 
**This eBook was provided by Erica Lucke Dean the author in exchange for an honest review.**

PMS can be a real witch.

Ivie McKie isn’t your run-of-the-mill kindergarten teacher. After an encounter with a horny goat, followed by a confrontation with her lying, cheating fiancĂ©, Ivie is shocked when the big jerk suddenly transforms into a skunk—the black and white furry variety.

Enlisting the help of her shopaholic friend Chloe and sexy club magician Jackson Blake, Ivie is forced to play a literal game of cat and mouse as she races against the clock to change her ex back before she's arrested for his murder.

With every new spell comes a fresh wave of sexual desire, drawing Jack further into Ivie’s troubles—her panties, the car, the kitchen, and assorted seedy bathrooms along the way.

Ivie soon discovers what every witch worth her spell book knows: There’s nothing worse than a bad case of Post Magical Syndrome. 

Author Info
Erica Lucke DeanAfter walking away from her career as a business banker to pursue writing full-time, Erica moved from the hustle and bustle of the big city to a small tourist town in the North Georgia Mountains where she lives in a 90-year-old haunted farmhouse with her workaholic husband, her 180lb lap dog, and at least one ghost.

When she’s not busy writing or tending to her collection of crazy chickens, diabolical ducks, and a quintet of piglets, hell bent on having her for dinner, she’s either reading bad fan fiction or singing karaoke in the local pub. Much like the main character in To Katie With Love, Erica is a magnet for disaster, and has been known to trip on air while walking across flat surfaces.

How she’s managed to survive this long is one of life’s great mysteries.

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