Cat Nip by Gem Sivad (a review)

Cat Nip (Jinx)

They call her Jinx, an unlucky witch with a reputation for casting erratic spells. But there’s more to Maggie than meets the eye. She’s a vessel of unfulfilled potential and she’s doing her best to sidestep evil as she uses her gifts for good.

But avoiding temptation gets trickier when a shape-changing predator watches her days, stalks her nights, and takes over her dreams.

A Review by Beckey

This was an different interesting twist of magic, paranormal “shifting” within a historical setting. Since the story was a short the romance department seemed off like it was rushed… but overall it was a good read.

About the author:

Gem Sivad submitted her first manuscript in 2008. That novel, Intimate Strangers, won the prestigious 2010 EPIC Award and founded her Eclipse Heat series, published by Ellora’s Cave.

Although her first love remains American historical romance, she also writes a contemporary, erotic paranormal series about a modern-day healer named Miz.

Whether she’s writing in a nineteenth century setting or in the paranormal world of witches and shifters, Gem’s heroines are always resilient, resourceful, and smart and her heroes are both dangerous and hot!

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