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Friday, May 29, 2009

Review - Being Familiar With a Witch by Sapphire Phelan

Title: Being Familiar With a Witch

Author: Sapphire Phelan

Publisher: Phaze Books

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Rating: You Want to Read

Reviewed by: Mickey

Tina doesn't know she's a witch. It will take Charun, her demon
Familiar, to convince her to make love with him and let loose her witch
powers. For if she doesn't, then with the demon army about to bring
Armageddon to the Mortal Realm on Halloween, she won't stand a chance in

Ms. Phelan does a very thorough job with her story, establishing a credible background for her characters and providing a wonderful world for them to inhabit. She sets her scenes carefully and paints a lush picture, very visual and true to her storyline. While we are meant to feel Charun’s impatience and frustration with the time delay in finally meeting his mate, we are also witness to the full scope of Ms. Phelan’s talents when she describes that initial encounter. Charun is a very unusual individual, and Ms. Phelan certainly has fun with his character and that of his witch, Tina. Since Charun started as a succubus, his behavior and the “sprit” of the book are as sexual as one would expect with such beings included, perhaps this book should come with a warning label as parts can be quite steamy. The sex is not all gratuitous even though it is fairly graphic and quite plentiful for a short novel. Luckily, Being Familiar With a Witch does have a detailed plotline, one that it manages to stay faithful to ‘til the very end. It is this steadfastness that makes the book an enjoyable read, and one definitely I can recommend to anyone with an adventurous spirit.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for this review. Sapphire


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