Book Review The Magic of Discovery by Britt Andrews

Jun 282021
 

The Magic of Discovery (Emerald Lakes #1) by Britt Andrews

Growing up in Emerald Lakes, population six hundred and eighty-two, had been safe and comfortable. Running my own magic shop and making a living off my green witchcraft, I have no complaints. Sure, there’s my ex, who never understood the word ‘no’, but there’s also the lovable and eccentric townspeople who feel more like one huge extended family, and let’s not forget my boy-crazed Gran who keeps us all on our toes.

…But something has apparently been missing, and the stars take it upon themselves to correct the problem, dropping four sexy men at my door. Well, not literally. They move into the apartment above my shop, so I’m their landlord. Drawn in by these mages who blew into town on a work assignment, a whole different kind of magic starts to grow between us, but my powers are doing things they shouldn’t, and there’s also a pesky prophecy to unravel.

Strange, unnatural things are brewing in Emerald Lakes, and I can’t ignore the sinking suspicion that something life-changing is headed my way.

Discovering a whole new world of magic, I can only hope I don’t lose myself in the madness.

This is a full-length romance novel. There is MM content. It ends on a cliffhanger and contains brief references to domestic violence and other themes that readers may find triggering.

I’ve started this book with a chapter 8 challenge which I give in return. I DARE you to blind react to this book.

To start off let me tell you this is a Paranormal Reverse Harem, with MMFMM and lots of steam. I mean… a LOT of steam.

Saige is your regular curvy green witch, who lives in a small town, running a small shop. She meets Cam, Kai, Sloane and Fisher when they arrive to her hometown in search of a person. Unbeknownst to them, they find out it’s Saige’s mother, but it’s too late because they are already pretty attached to her.

It builds on Saige being in a abused relationship before the guys, but it’s not that bad and worth as a trigger warning.

If you’re not into MM this book is NOT for you.

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