Friday, August 3, 2012

Review: Magic Gone Wild

Book Title:  Magic Gone Wild

Author:  Judi Fennell

Publisher:  Sourcebooks

Genre: paranormal romance

Heat Level- spicy

Length-  380 pages

Reviewer name:  Nikki

Rating- 4 Lightning Bolts 

Genie Vana Aphrodite is having a pretty rough day. She's failing to live up to the name "Aphrodite," she's stuck living in her master's attic, and her powers are on the fritz. To make matters even worse, her master's great-grandson, Zane, informs her that she has completely ruined his family's reputation. Zane is ready to sell his family's estate, genie and all but Vana's bound and determined to fix her past wrongs. Can Aphrodite prove to him that his life needs a little bit of magic?

Review:   Don't unleash the genie in that bottle unless you know what you're doing!  Oh, too late. Vana is out. About time, too!  This rusty genie is about to make Zane's life a bit crazy, but maybe wonderful, too.

It's the blooper's side of genies. Vana can't seem to control her magic. So strange and rather funny things keep happening.  Does Zane think this is funny? Well, no. But he's a bit straight and narrow.  He doesn't know what to make of all this.

Magic Gone Wild is filled with hilarious spectacles, charm, and wit. When opening a book by Ms. Fennell, I've learned that I'm in for a wild, funny,and delicious ride. This latest installment was no disappointment! I devoured every minute of it. I don't see enough paranormal out there that's light and funny. Fennell has a voice that's unique and refreshing. If you're not reading Judi Fennel, you're missing out!

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  1. I haven't tried any of the books in this series but it does sound like a light fun series to read - thanks for the review - I'll be adding these books to my wishlist