Captivating the Witch by Michele Hauf

Captivating the Witch

  • By Michele Hauf
  • Editions: ebook, paperback
  • Expected publication: January 1st 2016 by Harlequin Nocturne
  • Genre: Adult Paranormal Romance
  • Source: NetGalley
  • In a Flutter: Awesome entertainment!
  • rating-system4

    Everything Witch makes him wary.
    Everything Demon captivates her.
    Edamite Thrash is a big, bad, sexy demon overlord with a personal grudge against witches. When fate and a wild, undeniable attraction bind him to Tamatha Bellerose, he must learn how to work as a team to stop a campaign of violence against his kind. But not succumbing to her sensual spell proves infinitely more difficult.
    Tamatha is enchanted by all things demon, especially the potent demon boss and his dark past. Now, with evil and a centuries-old curse surrounding them, Tamatha’s only hope is that love–and her unpredictable magic–will be strong enough to save them…

    ~ Goodreads

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    Fluttering Thoughts:

    Worldbuilding: The world of Captivating the Witch was rich in paranormal elements, demons, witches, magic, curses, magic artifacts, shape-shifter too – the works! – and I enjoyed every minute of it.
    Characters: Tamatha was a very fun character to follow. I loved her spirit and spunk 😀 she had this independent feel about her, but without coming across as abrasive or over-the-top, and I loved her no-BS attitude.
    Edamite was alpha male demon material 😀 I had a blast reading about him and Tam, I loved their chemistry and their one on one might have been utterly hot, but it somehow didn’t go all the way there for me. Maybe it was the too clinical-like “penis” teem that kept popping up… no pun intended 😀 But anyway, they were a cool couple, charismatic, and lovely to read about!
    Plot: The romance arc was a slow romance, kind of sweet which rarely gets me excited yet this time did, and I loved the tempo of events. Outside of it though, there was a surprising amount of action, pretty alert pace of events, and it was quite exciting.
    Writing: Third person, past tense narrative, his and her POV. I loved their voices, especially Tam’s I’ll admit 😀 And Tam’s mom wasn’t bad either xDDD
    Curb Appeal: Hot cover, hooking blurb, and author name that rings a good bell for me – impulsive buy material.

    All in all, I had a really good time reading Captivating the Witch and it made me lust after more Urban Fantasy reading, it was so full of cool elements and action. I recommend it to lovers of witchy romances, bad-boy vibe fans cause Ed is all hot and broody and delicious, and to fans of romance that includes fun action (aside the hot stuff, lol!).


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