Never Marry A Warlock
Beware Of Warlocks Novelette, #1
Genre: paranormal romance
Publication Date: October 4, 2013
Catherine walks in on her husband in bed with her best friend. What is a woman to do? It helps that she is a witch. Unfortunately, so is her husband. Before you can say spell battle, Catherine high tails it up the coast of California to clear her head. Lucky for her, she finds an Aussie hitchhiker. She's going to have to face her husband in the awaiting spell battle. Can she have a little fun with her new found boy toy, or will he get scorched in the foreplay?
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This was a short pre sequel to an up and coming series.I have to say I really liked what I read so far.It was funny interesting and had a great plot.Loved getting to know these new characters.So looking forward to the next in its series.This series is off to a great start !
Marilyn is a debut paranormal romance novelist. She enjoys the characters that just don't fit in. From witches to time traveling researchers, she is letting her imagination soar to explore new worlds. Marilyn has traveled to Paris, London, Sydney, and Munich. She loves to include these in her settings. Best of all is letting her readers enjoy her adventures through the perspective of a character. She currently lives in Northern California with her husband and cat. The cat, of course, is the center of attention.
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My husband’s arms were wrapped around her naked body. The blankets were strewn and interwoven between their legs. He was spooning her with his biceps draped over her. I stood in the doorway taking in the scene of my husband and my best friend. It was the end of the world, at least for me. But I wasn’t going to take it lying down. I should have known better than to have married a warlock.
I hit him with a force spell that knocked him up against the headboard. He fell back down and braced his hands out to catch his fall. Cassandra scrambled out of the bed, dragging the silk comforter with her. Bitch. She better get out of my way. She was next.
Rich was naked as he sat up to look at me. Normally, the abs-flash trick would work. But not now. I was too pissed off. I knew what spells he used to look like that. It was easy to fool a mortal and ex-best friend on the floor. But not me. Thing is, we were too evenly matched. I think that was the problem.
I noticed a hitchhiker along the side of the road. He held up a sign that read: “Anywhere.” It got me to stop. After all, it was where I was headed.
“Thanks for pulling over.” His Australian accent was music to my ears. I hadn’t heard one for a while. Flashes of a trip to Sydney came back to me.
“Sure. Hop in. We’re going to the same place.”
He opened the passenger door and slid into the leather seat. He threw a duffel bag onto the back seat with his sign. “Any place where you’re going, darling, is good for me.”
He buckled in as I pulled from the curb. I looked to my right as I checked my mirror. Not bad. I hadn’t met an Australian man that looked ugly. His blond hair was warmed by the sun. His blue eyes met mine with a smile as he said, “So thanks for stopping. Not many people helping me out around here. What made you stop?”
“Your sign is where I’ve decided to go right now.” I looked him over. He was all kinds of yummy. Definitely worth stopping for.
“Glad we’re going the same direction then.” He looked me over with a smile.
Throwing money on the table, I grabbed his hand and pulled him from the booth. I led him to the elevator.
“What did you have in mind?” He hit the button and leaned toward me.
“You’ll have to wait and see.” I leaned into his neck and whispered into his ear. “Keeps you guessing.”
“Do I get three guesses?” he whispered back.
“Yes, but you only have until the elevator arrives,” I said, looking at the elevator count down the floors as it came down to pick us up.
“Is it bigger than a bread basket?”
“Yes.” I grinned, moving away to see if my bait was working, and looked back at the numbers. Four, three… Why was it taking so long? I hit the button to get it to move faster.
“Is it smaller than a thimble?”
“That depends on what you do with it.” I smiled at him, as he leaned closer to me again. I could feel his breath near the back of my neck as I still watched the elevator’s progress.
“Is it something that needs a lot of rubbing?” He started to wrap his arms around my waist, grabbing me from behind.
“You can think of yourself as Aladdin. I’m the lamp.”