Sam Cheever always delivers entertaining books and Doing the Baba Yaga is no exception although at just forty-three pages it's over in an hour. It's got a little love, a little paranormal, a little sex, and a little deception. In other words, it's good fiction.
Baba Yaga is a witch who has just one-hundred mortal years to find love. She is offered a godly match, but, wanting the real thing, she refuses. She sets out to find her true love, but how to convince him to love her when there relationship is based on deception?
Elan Gibbs needs to save the woman he loves from servitude to a witch named Baba Yaga. Lisbeth needs to prove that Elan Gibbs loves her before she'll give her heart away to him. But a price has to be paid for their needs. And it seems that Elan will be the one to pay it. Can his love for Lisbeth withstand the payment? Or will he fall under the spell of a sexy witch, who only wants true love to warm her endless life? (Page Count: 43)