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Sunday, April 12, 2020

Sinful Sunday: Witch, My Crazy Works





Witch, My Crazy Works by Em Pitts 
 Paranormal Romance

Have you ever thought about that person inside of you? The one that whispers of an alternate reality and begs to be let out to help make that happen?

My inner person wants to play too.

I'm fighting against the witch's system and losing tremendously. Now, I've got one month left to either conform or accept the consequences. I'm choosing option C, the "Cameron Richardson Way".

I'm refusing to bond to keep my magic and I'm not accepting the loss of my magic either. If that means my inner psycho needs to come out and play, then so be it.

Family dinners were getting boring anyway.

Magic, striped stockings and a whole bag of crazy tethered to a mansion in the worst possible Bachelorette: Witch Edition…
What could go wrong?

**Warning: This is a Whychoose romance that contains graphic adult language and content.**








5 out of 5 flames

Flying hot dogs and purple rooms, oh my!! This is one of those books that, even with a somber plot undertone, stays silly and is easy to get lost in. The main character channels sarcasm, strength, and playfulness like its going out of style, while still managing to be a bad ass in her own way.  The guys in this story are sexy and each have very well defined personalities, as well as quirks. Any easy to read book that will have you laughing and sighing in all the right ways. This story does set up for a wonderful sequel, but doesn't leave you with a cliff hanger. All in all, Witch, My Crazy Works is a book that you'll want to read, Em does a fantastic job keeping it steamy, entertaining and one track. It was added to my purchase list as soon as I was done with chapter 2! 



Where to buy: Amazon

Add to your TBR list: Goodreads


About the Author: One of the hardest questions I was asked in school is, "Who are you?"

I can tell you facts about me being a mother, a wife, and a pet owner. I can tell you about my love of romance books, my desire for writing my own stories, and my strange fascination with just talking to people. But the truth was, and still remains, that I don't know who I am.

I like the wind in my hair, the way it feels to laugh, the taste of a good meal, and the feeling of a much needed hug. I love who I wish, how I wish, and don't judge others for their choices if I can help it. I admire colors, music, words, and the wonderful way in which people put life into all of these things.

I guess, I am me. That's all I need to be.

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