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Publisher Description

You say witch like it’s a bad thing…

Former fallen angel, current smokin’ hot enforcer, and all-around demon most likely to get the girl, Stefan of the Syx knows women better than they know themselves. He should, because once upon a time, one of them caused his brutal damnation.

All these millennia later, however, Stefan still can’t resist a pretty smile. So when he learns his chance at redemption entails pairing up with a gorgeous redheaded spitfire, he’s ready to rock—until the other pitchfork drops. Because the bold, impulsive Cressida Frain’s not only a woman, she’s a witch. And a hookup between witches and demons is one of the few hard stops in Stefan’s book of Go.

Unfortunately, this is one offer Stefan can’t refuse. To keep her new position as high priestess for her coven, Cressida must lead her people in an ultimate showdown against evil. To help her succeed, Stefan must allow Cressida to take him, break him and bind him to her—body and soul. But neither of them are prepared for what happens next…    

It’s out of the cauldron and into the fire when you’re a Demon Bewitched.

March 19
Elewyn Publishing
Jennifer Stark

Customer Reviews

Setra Seafarer ,

Which Witch?

This latest installment in the series keeps with the harder edged more adult theme of the other books in the Demon series. With Demons and redemption I would expect no less. What hope is there for a demon who cannot see why he is a Demon and a witch high priestess who is unsure of herself and who’s doubt might undo her and her coven?

Fast paced with plenty of steamy scenes as well as a a damned (pun intended) good storyline will keep you turning the pages. The character building that Jenn achieves makes you want to suspend belief to enter a world in which Demons, Magic, good and evil lurk around every corner making you yearn for “Good” to pull through. As always the hardest part for me is the story ends and I am left wanting for more!

I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher. This doesn't affect the content of my review.

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