In the Company of Witches
by Joey W. Hill
Book Review by Lisa Annesley
In the Company of Witches (Arcane Shot #2)
by Joey W. HillRelease Date: May 1, 2012
Publisher: Penguin Group USA
Length: 352 pages
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4.5♥s Excellent/Highly Recommended
Erotic Romance; Light Bondage and Domination
In the Company of Witches is Dark Magic!
Raina is a powerful witch who is also part succubus. She runs a bordello in which she employs succubi and incubi who can safely feed without killing their clients, thanks to her magic. One night an incubus runs to Raina for asylum after being forced by a nasty she-demon to steal an artifact from Lucifer. Hot on the trail of the incubus is Mikhael, an immortal Dark Guardian for Lucifer.
Mikhael decides to stay at the bordello to keep an eye on the incubus. But it's really Raina who ends up catching his eye. Neither can let their guard down, however, because the she-demon is still out there. She wants the incubus back...and more.
We first met Raina and Mikhael in Hill's Something About Witches (Arcane Shot #1). Mikhael was a very bad boy in that book. He's still a dark character, but in In the Company of Witches we see a different side of him, a very tender side. Sexy, ruthless when necessary, self-sacrificing, and dependable in the darkest hour, what more could you ask for? You'll want to add him to your list of favorite heroes.
The hanky-panky in In the Company of Witches is scorching hot, as you would expect in a book about a succubus who runs a bordello and a Dark Guardian who is known for his many, many women. And I've got two words for you: strip poker.
I loved seeing Ruby and Derek, and Ramona from Something About Witches in In the Company of Witches. I hope that Hill writes Ramona's story.
In the Company of Witches can be read as a standalone book, but you'll enjoy it more if you read Something About Witches first. I gave Something About Witches (Arcane Shot #1) 5**** and an Outstanding/Don't Miss rating. I highly recommend both books.
|Something About Witches (Arcane Shot #1)|
5***** Outstanding/Don't Miss