Witches of Westaddy Series: Book One
July 29, 2011
Rating: 4 Cups
Adira de la Fay was locked up as a child because of her powers. Now, diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic with hallucinations and grandiose delusions, she is medicated to the point that she has a hard time distinguishing reality from the dream state the pills put her in. But when a new doctor comes to Adsbury manor, everything might change.
Dr. Jase Maddox is eager to start his new job at Adsbury Manor right away. With enthusiasm he meets one of his new patients, a lovely woman who has lived her life institutionalized. Seeing her makes his body come to life and crave things no doctor should ever desire from a patient. Will he be able to help her or will she drive him to the brink of insanity with need?
Magic flows through the pages as the sparks fly between these two dynamic characters. With him just awakening to the power of his blood, Adira makes demands that he is not sure that he can answer. Will they end up trapped by the circumstances of reality? Or will their love make their dreams come true?
The passion and tenderness between these characters is obvious as they struggle with their need for each other and need to get their point of view across. Adira is a beautifully wrought lead female character with a surprisingly resilient spirit considering the life that she has led up to this point. To counter that, Jase is a steady yet fiery lead male. Although the doctor/patient relationship seemed to be a bit of a fantasy, it was a believable one leaving the total outcome both rich and erotic fiction.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance and More