Thursday, November 8, 2018

#BookReview – “Sinful Magic” by Jennifer Lyon


She rouses the sleeping dragon…

Wing Slayer Hunter Kieran “Key” DeMicca has always known he’s a monster. Twisted magic saddled him with the spirit of a lethal dragon, and named him guardian of the deadly Dragon Tear. Humans and demons will do anything to get that Tear, including harm those Key loves so he remains alone. But when a sensually beautiful witch tumbles into his arms, an undeniable attraction explodes between them…and disturbs the dragon’s slumber.

He stirs her dormant magic and memories…

All fertility witch Roxy Banfield wants is for her latent magic die off so she can become mortal. But when she is thrust into the fight over the Dragon Tear, she has no choice but to turn to the one man who can release her sensual power. Key’s touch inflames her passion, shows her the beauty in her sex magic and invokes memories of the dragon who had loved her centuries ago. But when the dragon rises…she ends up marked for death.

Is a dragon’s love timeless or tragic?

Key must give the dragon free reign and become the monster he’d always feared to save the witch he loves. Is Roxy’s magic powerful enough to tame an ancient dragon?


In book 4 in the Wing Hunter Slayers, Key battles the curse of bloodlust every day and draws to unleash the violence and rage inside him. Drawing keeps him sane, and he’s turned his artistic talent into a popular comic book about an avenging dragon, Dyfyr. The dragon, however, is real and lives inside him. Plagued by visions of dead witches for years, Key is shocked when he sees one of the witches very much alive in Las Vegas at a comic con. He’s determined to help her before she ends up dead.
Roxy is a fertility witch who controls sex magic. They’re very rare and much more secretive than the earth and demon witches that have been prevalent throughout the series so far. She has a chance to be normal, a human (which she wants), but her latent, dying witch power blooms to life when she meets Key. Instead of whining about her lost dreams, Roxy embraces her new life and all the dangers in it. Her acceptance shows strength of character, and I really admired that about her.
Roxy and Key’s connection is instant. The sex is hot and pulls her closer to Dyfyr. The dragon and man are one, and she loves them both. Roxy and Key both had difficult childhoods, especially poor Key, but they soon learned to heal each other. Dyfyr’s past is heartbreaking, but his history with his mortal lover centuries earlier is one of the more interesting parts of the book.
A few typos took me out of the story, so I had to reread to find out what was going on. Still, I enjoyed this book and I’m glad I read it.
4 Stars

Disclaimer – I bought this book for my own enjoyment. I am not paid or compensated in any way, shape, or form for this honest review. I will not change or alter this review for any reason unless at my discretion.

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