First review of Witches Anonymous - 5 Blue Ribbons from Romance Junkies
Amy Atwood is a witch gone bad, and when she means bad, it’s the devil gone bad. When she walks in on Luc and her sister going at it, she tells him she’s done and gone. So now she’s made an oath to never use magic again.
Adam is the real deal. He was given another chance at redemption and has chosen Amy to help him. Only he has no idea who and what she is. She is his last chance and his only hope.
Lucifer now going by Luc Smith, is mad as hell that Amy has walked away from him. He will do anything and say anything to get her back, and he doesn’t care who gets in his way.
Emilia is Amy’s sister and Luc’s new flame. Unfortunately for her it doesn’t seem to matter to Luc that she’s there. Now she will do anything to get rid of her sister so she can have Luc all to herself.
All Amy wants is a normal life without the devil in it. So when she meets Adam and he asks her out she’s all for it. But unfortunately for her Luc keeps getting in her way. Now she has her sister getting involved too but she starts to notice something off-kilter. So when she goes to a Halloween party with Adam and meets up with the angel of god, Gabriel, she knows her life is getting complicated. With Halloween coming up, Luc not leaving her alone, her sister after her, and Adam in her life, what’s a girl to do when it comes time to put her oath to the test?
WITCHES ANONYMOUS was a book I couldn’t put down. I was caught up page after page needing to know what happened next. You’ll want to grab two copies, one to give to your friend and one to read over and over again.
Amy is the type of girl most want to be. She is sure of herself and isn’t afraid to stand up for what is right no matter what happens. Adam is every girls dream guy made into flesh. And I really like how she made Lucifer seem more human than the demon from hell you read in most books. If I could describe WITCHES ANONYMOUS is would be one hundred percent perfect.