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Serena and her husband Michelangelo runs and owns a sale company, where they have excellent team leaders. But Serena is more than just a female, she’s a witch too. And she has noticed something… There’s tension between her two sales leaders; Regina and Reddick, although if you ask them, hell will freeze over first before anything happens between them. So Serena decides – with some help from her sisters in her coven – to give them a nudge in the right direction. Now all they need is the right ingredients; a broken shoe, a new pair, moon stones, a storm and power shut down. The game is on, the question is; who will win?
I loved reading Dark and Stormy. It was amazing to see the buildup, the tension racking higher and higher, and when it finally releases… wow. Fantastic. I was amazed on how easily I fell into the story, and when I closed Dark and Stormy, I didn’t want it to end. I wanted to know more, read more and explore more of the world that Felicia has created.
Regina and Reddick are both workaholics, they’re the first to arrive in the mornings and the last to leave. But at the same time, they don’t LIVE. They work, and are consumed by it, but they forgetting something very important; love. When the storm hits the building they’re working in, Regina panics, old memories resurfacing. Many would’ve turned away, but Reddick steps up and support Regina, allows her to fall apart and enjoys seeing her softer side. When she lets her guard down, so does he and the magic that comes from it is wonderful. The sex is great to read, BUT!! To me, the chase, the buildup is the best part, and that Felicia delivers beautifully. Can’t wait to get my hands on the next one!!!
The sisters of the Sacred Hearts Coven gather every month with one intention, to ignite a flame of passion into one lucky person’s love life.
Regina’s work is her driving force. She strives to be the top of her game, but there is a large thorn in her side—Reddick, her apparent nemesis. His confident and somewhat arrogant persona makes her blood boil, but as the saying goes: there is a thin line between love and hate.
Will a touch of magic have Regina opening her heart to the unknown? Or will she run from this storm only to be crushed by her greatest fear?