Tuesday, March 14, 2017

A Warlock's Best Friend by Erin M. Leaf

Title: A Warlock's Best Friend
Series: The Warlocks, 1
Author: Erin M. Leaf
Publisher: Evernight publishing
Genre/ Pairing: MM Paranormal
Pages: 48
Reviewer Name: Redz

Publisher Blurb
Dakota thought moving to a new town for his new job would be easy. He gets to live with his best friend Leo, far from the machinations of his mother and the witches who want his genes. Unfortunately, his new boss keeps hitting on him. Is there nowhere a nice guy can hide from women who want his body?

Leo thinks pretending to be his best friend’s lover will be hilarious. He loves a good joke, and he’s delighted that Dakota finally lives close enough for them to hang out again like they did as kids. So what if they’re not gay? It’s all for a good cause: keep Dakota out of the clutches of a crazy woman.

Neither of them expects their charade to feel so real. How were they supposed to know that one kiss would lead to sex, or that true power comes from love?


A Warlock's Best Friend is the first book in The Warlocks series by author Erin M. Leaf. Leo owns his own construction company. Dakota is a high school english teacher. Dakota gets hit on a lot at school. Specially by his boss the principal. Dakota is a very friendly nice person. His mom is a witch. He can cook, and rooms with his friends.
Leo offers to be Dakota's date to get the principal to stop hitting on poor Dakota. Leo is very sassy and likes to stir up trouble where Dakota is more shy and reserved.
Who knew one date could change things for both of them.
I liked this story for the chemistry and humor. What I was not keen on was how short it is for all the story that is in it. Really needs to be longer and have more of an explanation. I have a ton of questions. Mostly about things that are kinda just thrown in there. I hope the second book will focus on some world building, would help me tons. I need to know some lore and explanations of what magic means in this world. Over all though for just the romance a good read. 

                          Four Twinkling Stars

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