Hoodoo Blue (Magic and Mayhem #1)

21473628 by Katalina Leon

# OF STARS  5/5                   Genre: Paranormal                            Pages: 70


Fredi is a passionate witch with a scorching hot secret. Every time she has a sexual thought, green fire blasts from her fingertips. Gus is a gorgeous lycan who scares women away with his wild wolf-shifts. Not the best way to find relationships.

Both have vowed not to date until they get themselves under control, but a witchy friend thinks differently. The pair get tricked into sharing a frosty pitcher of “Hoodoo Blue” and fall prey to a wayward love potion that has them blurting out every lustful thought. Worse, it won’t allow them to walk away from each other. They’re stuck together until dawn under the devilish effects of a time-released hoodoo that makes them do outrageous things. For everyone’s safety, Fredi is forced to take Gus home and tie him to her headboard and only some very witchy lovemaking can calm the storm.

Fredi and Gus might find themselves on the set-up date from hell, but even a hilarious cascade of disasters can’t keep a plus-sized blonde witch with attitude, and a hunky lumberjack of a lycan from seeing the other would be the perfect mate.

ARC Review:

Fredi is a witch who has issues with her powers when she gets to emotional. She wants to hide away from the world, from love, from any form of emotion till she can get her powers figured out. But will she be able to do it or will she fail?

Estele set Fredi up and put a magic hoodoo elixir of some kind in a mixture at the bar she was at. What kind of side effects can they expect? What will the outcome be? Can a werewolf and a witch really be mates? These are just some of the questions to pop in my head half way thru the book but will they be answered?

Holy cow I knew it was coming but I wasn’t expecting to be like that and am pleasantly happy. I love the book but I really love the way she ended it.

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