The Witch and the Stag by Victoria Rogers


The Witch and the Stag by Victoria Rogers
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance, Paranormal
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

As a solitary witch, Maddy McKinley’s job is to ensure her community is safe from paranormal harm. When a routine neighborhood exorcism goes wrong, Maddy finds herself haunted by a poltergeist that has been hounding her family for generations.
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With the help of the hunky godling across the street, Maddy must learn to set aside her family traditions and work with another before the poltergeist destroys her.

A witch, a poltergeist, and a godling are all in a park – sounds like the start of a joke. It’s not! What it is, is a great short story about a poltergeist who has haunted the witch’s family for generations, and a godling who may be related to it. As this is a short story, the focus is on them and their sexy times, rather than them getting to know each other.

There is a story to it though, and you stay with Maddy and Cedric as they help heal each other after a bout with the poltergeist, plus how they work together to find more out about him, and figure out what to do with him.

This is an easy read, with plenty of steam. A perfect coffee break book. Definitely recommended by me.

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