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    Contemporary Romance

    Wild Nights by Katherine Garbera Jokers Wild Series Nicholas Pine and Zelda Quincy meet when she confronts him outside her shop that sells antique magic devices. They chat, he tells her what he is looking for, she says she will let him know if/when it arrives and that should be that BUT there is chemistry. Why? Is it because he is a magician looking for a device that plays a huge part in Zelda’s past or...is it magic….or...perhaps chemistry? This is a short story that deals with people who have trust issues, are not truly open with one another and have past baggage that is dragging them down. Throw in an ex with a motive to increase the tension and a few other things and you have a quick steamy story to read. If you like magic, magicians, illusions and an easy quick read with a bit of sizzle then this book might be for you. Did I enjoy this story? Yes Would I read more in this series? I think so What I wonder about? Zelda’s sister and what will happen in the future for this couple. Thank you to NetGalley and Entangled-Brazen for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars
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    Witty

    Another Joker finds his Queen. Nicholas is an illusionist and only allows a few people to get close to him. Zelda is hiding who she is from everyone around her. Trust doesn’t come easily to either of them. This is a fun, witty and flirty story. Watching the interactions between Zelda and Nicholas reminds me of two lions circling each other to see who will pounce first. They are a sleek couple who’s characters compliment each other perfectly. The characters in this series reflect the fun of Vegas which entices the reader to keep coming back for more.
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    Had potential, but was a miss

    I was given a free ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I was drawn to this book for three reasons: the cover is great, and not cheesy like some romances, the title doesn't turn me off, and I typically like books published by Entangled. Unfortunately, that is where the allure ends for me. Right away, I knew I wasn't crazy about Wild Nights. It's written in past tense, making it difficult to truly immerse myself in the story, and Zelda and Nicholas didn't have the kind any chemistry. Their interactions with one another seemed awkward. The sex between them wasn't bad, and if anything, that is the only times they seemed comfortable around each other. I am not sure if it was the intent of the author to write them this way because they are both eccentric people, or if this was just a miss for her. Wild Nights brings Zelda and Nicholas together, and right away they feel a connection. This is very annoying to me in any book. I get characters who are attracted to one another. It's normal to be instantly attracted to someone. What annoys me is when its an instant connection, where they feel they were brought together for some purpose. I feel its a shortcut to not explore two characters to get to know one another before feeling something past lust. Another issue I had, was that everything was laid right out there. I didn't have to think about what I was reading. Anytime Nicholas or Zelda thought something, or did something, I was told why. It's not necessary to lay out all that information. Many times, it was repetitive to the extreme. Besides some small editing errors, (specifically when they are having a sexual encounter at his house, one paragraph states he pauses for a moment to put on a condom, and the next paragraph, she is putting one on him.), there were things I liked. Wild Nights could have been great. The bones of the story are solid. A lot less repetitive inner dialogue, way more attention put into the characters and their chemistry with one another, and the dialogue, and perhaps a different writing tense would have really made this a solid book. Perhaps a little more mystery for us readers as well. I like to think about what I'm reading, and think about the characters. I had no desire to in this book. I had no need to. It was all there in the story. Wild Nights was a miss for me, but the story is original. I haven't come across a book to date that centers around the magic community ... at least in the romance category. The story itself would have been awesome if Zelda and Nicholas had chemistry together. While I don't personally recommend it, if you are familiar with Katherine Garbera's other works, and are a fan, give it a shot. What doesn't work for me, might for you!
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    Magical

    Another really good book from author Katherine Garbera. I don’t think I’ve read anything from this author that I haven’t liked & this book is adding to my tally. It’s interesting with its Magic backdrop, it’s sweet with the blossoming romance between two slightly damaged people & it’s definitely hot when they act on the flirting they’ve been doing. I loved the idea karma & magic had a hand in them getting together. As always there’s a betrayal & mistakes are made in keeping secrets & trust gained has been lost but in the end true love conquers all & karma has had its way. Definitely recommend this book, it’s a great addition to the Jokers Wild series. I received this book from the publisher through Net Galley for an honest review.
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