Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Review for Wishing for Love by Denise McCray

As a witch, Luvenia Spells has the worst luck in the world. With a snap of her fingers, she can grant anyone their deepest desires, except herself. All she wants is a man to love and for him to love her in return.

Marcus Rush is a man used to getting what he wants. With a stellar career and women tripping over themselves to get next to him, what more can a fellow ask? For a start, a real woman not looking for material things is at the top of his wish list.

Can Marcus fulfill Luvenia’s wish for love?


You can always count on Decadent Publishing's 1Night Stand series to be sexy and entertaining.  It's the perfect snack to bring a smile to your face and a bit of steam to your day.  With its short word count there's not much background story which leads right to the nitty gritty of the storyline.  Which in Wishing for Love revolves around a lonely witch looking for an uncomplicated romance who ends up with a suave lover with gifts that only she can bring out.

Luvenia and Marcus are both likable characters wanting to be liked for themselves, not what they can do for others.  Their time together is a dreamlike fantasy where she especially tries to keep certain truths a secret.  This does lead to a small misunderstanding that is obvious from the beginning, but thankfully gets resolved quickly.  When talking about the 1NS series you must also mention the satisfying and steamy sexual interludes that are seamlessly woven into the storyline.  These scenes add a bit of naughtiness to the overall decadent dessert quality this series offers its readers.

Denise McCray has created an entertaining story that has me intrigued to see what she can create given a longer word count.  Wishing for Love is a pleasant interlude with a straightforward premise that still manages to draw readers in and will leave paranormal fans satisfied.

My rating for this is a B-

*I received this book from the author in exchange for my honest opinion.

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