Review: Be Witched: A Jolie Wilkins/Rand Balfour Novella (Jolie Wilkins side story) Be Witched: A Jolie Wilkins/Rand Balfour Novella (Jolie Wilkins #2.5)

In this sexy and spellbinding original short story, available exclusively as an eBook, bestselling author H. P. Mallory presents the exciting Underworld from a never-before-seen point of view—through the eyes of Rand Balfour, a drop-dead gorgeous warlock and the love of Jolie Wilkins’s life.

While the undead wage a brutal civil war, Rand Balfour has only one thing on his mind: protecting his true love, Jolie Wilkins, the savvy and spirited witch whose powers have made her the toast—and target—of the new Underworld order.

For Rand, keeping Jolie safe means guarding against allies and enemies alike. First there’s Sinjin Sinclair, a dangerously seductive vampire who has his fangs set on Jolie, and who Rand suspects of harboring a sinister agenda. Then there are the factions of supernatural creatures causing chaos at every turn. But most shocking is Rand himself, whose wild desire for Jolie may put her very life at risk. Torn between his duty and his passion, Rand must summon all his strength to withstand temptation, even if it costs him the one woman he cannot bear to lose.

Follow more of Rand and Jolie’s electrifying paranormal romance in this eBook’s special bonus: a thrilling excerpt from H. P. Mallory’s next novel, Witchful Thinking.

This was an OK read for me. Rand was rather stalker like through the entire book. Considering it’s such a short Novella that’s pretty impressive. I think I enjoyed the sneak peak for the next book more than anything. Most of the book consisted of Rand jealous of Sin the Vampire and worrying he’s hitting on Jolie but not wanting to step up and be the MAN Jolie wanted. The authors writing style is excellent, she’s got talent that’s obvious. Well, I don’t have much more to say than that this shorty was just OK.

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