Wickedly Wonderful

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Wickedly Wonderful

A Baba Yaga Novel, #2

We have a 5 star, must read book here!

Wickedly Wonderful knocked my socks off! I’m so happy I got the chance to read it! Witches, fey and more await the reader in this thrilling book for the adult crowed. I have to say that with the characters, plot, and story this is definitely a series for those who wish to delve into the more adult reads. I often times review for the more YA crowd. I for one love the teen books of the Iron Fey and Bones of Faeire etc. And well this is a series for those who want to get out of the teen section and dive head first into the adult ones. It will leave you drooling for more! The copy I reviewed was an ARC and I will definitely be buying a copy of this for myself. If you love witches and fey definitely check this one out!!!

The story is fast paced, sexy and wonderful!

Go Into This One Knowing

This book reads as a series and this is book two. The ending was a little fast. So make sure you understand that the ending is tied up very fast and not all questions are answered.

PS. I’m so happy to find out that this author is also an author of a ton of pagan/wiccan books. Ooooooo yummy!

Ok where is book three!!!

Book Blurb for Wickedly Wonderful

Known as the wicked witch of Russian fairy tales, Baba Yaga is not one woman, but rather a title carried by a chosen few. They keep the balance of nature and guard the borders of our world, but don’t make the mistake of crossing one of them?

Though she looks like a typical California surfer girl, Beka Yancy is in fact a powerful yet inexperienced witch who’s struggling with her duties as a Baba Yaga. Luckily she has her faithful dragon-turned-dog for moral support, especially when faced with her biggest job yet?

A mysterious toxin is driving the Selkie and Mer from their homes deep in the trenches of Monterey Bay. To investigate, Beka buys her way onto the boat of Marcus Dermott, a battle-scarred former U.S. Marine, and his ailing fisherman father.

While diving for clues, Beka drives Marcus crazy with her flaky New Age ideas and dazzling blue eyes. She thinks he’s rigid and cranky (and way too attractive). Meanwhile, a charming Selkie prince has plans that include Beka. Only by trusting her powers can Beka save the underwater races, pick the right man, and choose the path she’ll follow for the rest of her life

Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2014 5.00