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    Funny, witchy paranormal romance

    This book was unexpectedly hilarious and sexy and warm all at the same time. It was a pleasant surprise. The goofy, nerdy, neat-freak closet warlock (even to himself) would have been boring except with Cat the cat as his counterpoint, it works perfectly to have me roaring with laughter and eagerly wanting to read more of this book and more in this series. Once Leo gets to work, his nerdy nickname "comma hitler" at work for his constant insistence that the paralegals put commas in the right places and his friend Jack Frost III as a rich, entitled, misogynist combine to make an equally hilarious pair. It should be sad when a paralegal gets up to march to HR after overhearing their conversation but it was so funny because you can tell Jack is only doing it to bother her. Later though, the goofy nerd gets all serious and determined to seduce his mystery date on his one night stand courtesy of Madame Eve set up by his friend Jack. Cat, however, is not so pleased that her sister set her up for a one night stand and is not pleased that it is her boss Leo who still doesn't realize she is his familiar and he is a warlock. Sparks fly, literally, whenever Leo becomes excited at seeing Cat's curves or touching her hand. Their chemistry is amazing and the sexual tension builds slowly over the evening as they first get to know each other and later as they decide how the evening should end. Both characters are somewhat opposites as Cat is a very strong woman who knows exactly what she wants and tends to be impulsive. Leo is methodical and particular. As they talk though it is obvious they have more in common than it seemed and much to share. They both have an opportunity to grow a little.
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    Flirting with Fire

    In the first of the Witch's Night Out series of novellas, we meet Cat and Leo - familiar and warlock. Cat has eighteen months left on her contract which transferred to Leo upon the death of his aunt. The only trouble is Leo doesn't realise that he is a warlock so can't say the incantation which allows Cat to become human and leave the house. In a short novella, there is a lot of information and humour. I loved the Draco Malfoy references for a start, but there are plenty to choose from. In some respects, it is a slow burner (pun intended) until they meet for their blind date and then things heat up. For a short but extremely sexy, quick-witted and humorous story, I can definitely recommend this. * I received this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

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