When you’ve waited centuries for release… will three be the magic number?
Cursed for hundreds of years by a rejected suitor and an ultimate betrayal, Sarah Blackwood has had plenty of time to plan vengeance… and escape. When she sensed a magic that called out to her own, she instinctively drew it to her, desperately hoping it would be her way out.
She never expected what happened next.
Con and Lorie have always known their Triad was incomplete. They didn’t realize the woman they’d been waiting for had been born over three hundred years too early, or that a twist of magical fate would bring them together at last.
Sarah has sworn vengeance on all the families involved in her imprisonment, including the Abbotts. Will she use her unique abilities to destroy them all, or will the two men she can’t seem to resist convince her – with a little help and a lot of kink–that love is the best revenge?
Warning: Explicit Menage Sex. Sex in the grass and sex in a chair. One magical mirror sees sex everywhere. A little spanking, a little kink and the dirtiest magical threesome in the land.
Cursed for hundreds of years by a rejected suitor and an ultimate betrayal, slayed every day over and over again, Sarah Blackwood had been holding on only for revenge. She had never thought she would recover from this soul-destroying nightmare after spending lifetimes there. But when Lorie appears in her created reality, finally she dares to hope.
Con and Lorie have always known their Triad was incomplete. Lorie has been dreaming about Sarah in all his life, and when he finally finds her trapped in a cursed book for three hundred years now, is determined to free her.
Book 2, Wicked Bad, ends with Lorie being trapped somewhere in the past, trying to rescue his and Con’s missing Triad. It was really intriguing, and I was looking forward to see how they manage to free Sarah from her personal hell.
Well, it was kind of a disappointment, as book 3 starts with rescuing Sarah effortlessly. The rest of the story is about breaking the complicated, living, three-hundred-year old curse, which goes even easier than rescuing her.
The plot has serious shortcomings: there is a mystery that isn’t solved; Magian history interwoven with the story of Salem witches, but not fully elaborated, and no explanation of what Sarah’s part was in that. No real action, no real suspense.
Many aspects of the characters’ personalities, motivation, and actions remain in shadow.
The plot is only a frame for erotica, with no real drama and tension. And sadly, even the erotica isn’t as steamy as I expected.