Monday, January 30, 2012

Reviews "That Voodoo You Do" &"Getting Familiar with Your Demon"

Jodi Redford currently resides in Michigan with her husband and overgrown lapdog.  She's a member of Romance Writers of America and Greater Detroit Romance Writers of America.

She has written four books in "That Old Black Magic" series and Five stand alone titles. 
She can be found at :
Infinite Worlds of Fantasy Authors website:

BLURB (from publishers web site):

That Old Black Magic, Book 1 "That Voodoo You Do"

For ten long years Griffin Trudeau has managed to keep his paws off Jemma Finnegan, best friend and leading star of his kinkiest fantasies. As her appointed cat familiar, indulging those fantasies with the delectable witch is strictly forbidden. But when Jemma shows up at his door with seduction in mind, control goes right out the window.

Too late he realizes making love to Jemma is the trigger that launches a zombie apocalypse.

Jemma’s been dealt a double whammy: she’s just discovered she’s a witch. And Griff has been hiding whiskers and a tail. Oh, and if her life wasn’t crazy enough, a dead voodoo queen needs her blood to raise a legion of zombies.

There’s one plan that might work to increase Jemma’s powers so she can put an end to the looming holocaust. A sexy threesome with Griff and Logan Scott, a werewolf familiar with a history of rubbing Griff’s fur the wrong way. A cat and a wolf playing nice, much less sharing? It’ll take a miracle.

REVIEW:  In "That Voodoo You Do" Jodi Redford brought a fresh and different look at Witches and Zombies.  With a cast of unique characters and page turning storyline "That Voodoo You Do" is one of the funnest and hottest reads I've read this year. The love scenes are scorching.  I enjoyed the secondary characters in the story as well as Jemma and Griffin and look forward to reading their stories as soon as I can get my hands on them.   I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys erotic paranormal romance. 

RATING: 5 stars (can't get my star images to work right,lol)

Coming Soon from Samhain Publishing (available for pre order):

BLURB (From publishers website):

That Old Black Magic, Book 4 "Getting Familiar with Your Demon"
After too many years learning death from the inside out as the familiar of a voodoo queen, soul collector Samael Gorasola betrayed his boss, which landed him on demon death row.

He should have known not even his punishment would come easy, but the deal he’s offered to escape his fate stinks. Become the indentured servant to his despised enemy? No thanks, he’d rather be six feet under. With that in mind, he picks a deadly fight with two demon hunters, only to be rescued by one misguided, deliciously innocent white witch.

Marabella hasn’t a clue what possessed her to help Sam, particularly since he’s not the least bit grateful. She blames it on her overwhelming attraction to the dark, dangerous demon, and her exasperating quest to rid herself of the stubborn curse that guards her virginity. If the guild finds out, though, she can kiss her white-witch status goodbye.

A kiss is exactly what she gets, followed by a consuming hunger that breaks down all heavenly and earthly barriers…and leaves Sam saddled with the one thing he never wanted, a conscience, and a connection to Marabella that puts her soul on the line.

Jodi Redford has again written a fun & hot story with a unique twist on the typical witches and demon characters.  I couldn't put it down and read the book in one day.  I thouroughly enjoyed the interaction between the characters and Sam's reaper cousins add a good dose of humour to the story.  Sam's reaction when one of the cousins has to drive his GTO was so completely male I just had to laugh since I could see my husband and most guys I know having a similiar reaction.  The love scenes were extremely hot and detailed.  I can't wait for the next book in the "That Old Black Magic" series, Jodi Redford has officially become a favorite author and I'll look for anything she puts out to try.  If you love a good erotic paranormal romance than this is definitely a book not to miss.

RATING: 5+ stars
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