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Post Magical Syndrome (PMS) can be a real witch. Ivie McKie isn't your run-of-the-mill kindergarten teacher. After an encounter with a horny goat, Ivie has a confrontation with her lying, cheating fiance. She is shocked when the big jerk suddenly transforms into a skunk-the black and white furry variety. Enlisting the help of her shopaholic friend Chloe and sexy club magician Jackson Blake, Ivie is forced to play a literal game of cat and mouse as she races against the clock to change her ex back before she's arrested for his murder. With every new spell, a fresh wave of sexual desire draws Jack further into Ivie's troubles, along with her panties, the car, the kitchen, and assorted seedy bathrooms. Ivie soon discovers what every witch worth her spell book knows: There's nothing worse than a bad case of PMS.

©2013 Erica Lucke Dean (P)2014 Red Adept Publishing

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  • Jan
  • MKE
  • 07-27-15

Be prepared to gigglesnort you way thru this one!

Get ready to laugh your way through this very fun book which pokes fun at mysteries, chick lit, fantasies, and boring romance novels!
Ivie is a kindergarten teacher, her BFF is a wealthy shopaholic, her mother is clueless, and the fiance is.......a skunk? Follow this romp to a new boyfriend, a slew of 'other women', the cops, Vegas, and a crazy neighbor. Great characters, a tongue-in-cheek improbable plot, and more laughs and snickers than a Gene Wilder movie. And sex.
Kathryn Merry gives life and even more mischief to this crazy bunch and their wild antics!
Alerted to this gigglefest as Whispersync via Book Gorilla for less than $3.00.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Not a romance novel even with a HEA

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

No. Although the basic story line is somewhat interesting and different, the author seemed to feel it necessary to write one or two Speedy Gonzalez meaningless sex scenes in almost every chapter.

Have you listened to any of Kathryn Merry’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

The narrator did a good job but I have not listened to other books by her.

Was Suddenly Sorceress worth the listening time?

Definitely not worth the time. Much of the story is totally not realistic. A famous gorgeous magician who has a show in Vegas falls desperately in love with a stranger after only knowing her for a few days and insists on an immediate wedding. Get real!

Any additional comments?

All of that meaningless sex by a nympho with an over active libido would be better off in a story aimed at male readers. I think the story has a lot of potential that the author didn't bring out.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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A Bad Attempt at a Magical 50 Shades Rip Off

What would have made Suddenly Sorceress better?

I was really disappointed with this book. I usually love this genre but Suddenly Sorceress reads like a bad attempt at combining witchcraft and porn. I'm not a prude in any sense but the sex scenes got old really, really fast in this book. It was one of the few titles I've given up on halfway through.

Has Suddenly Sorceress turned you off from other books in this genre?

Nope.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

The narrator didn't have much to work with honestly.

What character would you cut from Suddenly Sorceress?

The main character. I couldn't find anything likeable or believable about her.

Any additional comments?

There is A LOT of sex in this book. Not particularly interesting sex either.

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  • Schervem
  • Portland, OR, United States
  • 04-23-14

Narration was great but....

It seems the story was just an excuse for alot of sex and not alot of mystery.

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What fun!

No literary masterpiece here, just a good sexy romance filled with giggles! It borders on silly fluff, it’s completely outrageous and I for one LOVED it!!!

Excellent narration, with an occasional moment of minor confusion to catch up with whose thoughts or words I was hearing since on rare moments it was hard to tell. But all said and done it was so very good.

Sexy hot.

Creditworthy for sure. Although I got it in my audible romance package.

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What if you are not who you think you are?

Ivie McKie, kindergarten teacher extraordinaire, thinks the day she ends up in the mud with a goat is the worst day of her life. After all, her Ralph Lauren boots, favourite white shirt, and designer jeans are ruined. The entire class saw her…with a goat. I could tell you to get your mind out of the gutter, but it was mating season. And, to top it all off, the gorgeous vet whom she glimpsed wearing a shirt saying Vets do it doggie style, disappeared.

Ivie survives the humiliation only to come home and find her fiance is late. Really late. But she’s the trusting type, so until he comes home slightly drunk, demanding his grandmother’s ring back, Ivie has only been worried. That worry morphs into unspeakable anger. Anger like Ivie has never felt.

When she wakes up in the morning, things are a little fuzzy and not just because of the wine. Matt’s (her cheating chiropractor ex-fiance) cell phone keeps ringing. She answers it, only to receive confirmation that Matt was planning to leave her.

Erica has set up the perfect scene for a comedic romp as Ivie tries desperately to clean up the mess she’s created, even if it only gets worse by the minute. Of course the fact Matt is now a skunk isn’t really helping her sanity. Because she must have done that…right? So how to undo it…

Enlisting her fashion-obsessed BF Chloe and a small-time illusionist named Jackson Blake, a journey begins. Jack’s famous brother John and Ivie’s mother get pulled in as well. Enough people to fill a Jeep Wagoneer as they drive around town trying to rescue Matt. Matt who is no longer a skunk, but isn’t a human yet.

Part of me feels Matt got everything he deserved. Still, I guess being consigned to squat while he pees for the rest of his life is cruel.

When Ivie learns the truth about her beloved father and her true nature, the reader has been pulled along for the ride.

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fun ,shits and giggles !

how can you not love a witch a cat and a Vet . all in one book ?

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Major let down

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

From reading the reviews I thought this would be a great new series but I was sorely disappointed. I had a hard time getting through the entire thing. I can't say exactly what it was about this book It just wasn't right. I highly recommend using credits toward something else.

Would you ever listen to anything by Erica Lucke Dean again?

Probably not. She wasn't the worse I've heard but it could of been better. She just didn't capture me in the story like other narrators have

How could the performance have been better?

Better writing, better narrator, just better everything

1 of 2 people found this review helpful