Category : Witches & Witchcraft Reading Challenge

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Let’s get one thing straight – Ivy Wilde is not a heroine. In fact, she’s probably the last witch in the world who you’d call if you needed a magical helping hand, regardless of her actual abilities. If it were down to Ivy, she’d spend all day every day on her sofa where she could watch TV, munch junk food and talk to her feline familiar to her heart’s content.

However, when a bureaucratic disaster ends up with Ivy as the victim of a case of mistaken identity, she’s yanked very unwillingly into Arcane Branch, the investigative department of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Her problems are quadrupled when a valuable object is stolen right from under the Order’s noses. It doesn’t exactly help that she’s been magically bound to Adeptus Exemptus Raphael Winter. He might have piercing sapphire eyes and a body which a cover model would be proud of but, as far as Ivy’s concerned, he’s a walking advertisement for the joyless perils of too much witch-work. 

And if he makes her go to the gym again, she’s definitely going to turn him into a frog.

Titles in The Lazy Girl’s Guide To Magic include:  Slouch Witch – Star Witch – Spirit Witch –

2016-Witches-Witchcraft-Reading-Challenge-300x300It’s time once again for the new year’s Reading Challenges to get underway.

I’ll be frank – I suck at Reading Challenges.  Oh, not that I don’t read, I certainly do read, a lot.  But I suck at the going to the host’s site and linking up my reviews.  I started many Reading Challenges last year – but my participation via linked reviews was so low that I honestly gave up.  Hmmm… should I have admitted that in a post about another Reading Challenge…  Hells Yeah.  Because this year I’m determined to do so much better.  More realistic in my numbers and more dedicated to going to the link ups and taking part in the fun.

2016 Witches & Witchcraft Reading Challenge is up – and if you do any reading at all in the Paranormal Romance Realms – then this is one you might like to check out.

The sign up page can be found through that link above or by clicking on the graphic.  The rules are super easy, why even call them rules?  🙂  And you can actually sign up with just one book as your goal – hey, even I can get that linked up.  So, if you love Paranormal Romance, and enjoy a good witch story head on over and check this out.  The one thing I did do in last year’s Challenges is discover a lot of novels that I wouldn’t have read if not for seeing the links on Challenges… so there is definitely some TBR gold to be found.  I’m going for the Maiden Level of 6 – 10 witchy related books in 2016.  Heck, I can do that… must remember to link them up, that part is my downfall – but I’m going to do so much better in 2016.

So, looking for some additional fun to add to your reading schedule or your blogging?  Check out the 2016 Witches & Witchcraft Reading Challenge.