Friday, October 24, 2014

Review: Cursed by Angela Addams



Publication Date: 7/29/2014
Series: The Order of the Wolf #1
Rating: 4 Stars

Official Blurb:

Her biggest mistake comes with fangs…and a nose for tracking her down.
Wherever there’s a lying, cheating scumbag who’s broken a woman’s heart, Vengeance Dealer Darcy Wells is there. So what if she isn’t the most skilled witch around? She’s only using one spell, which leaves the hapless male suffering tormenting lust for one woman. Her.

The beautiful part? This curse comes equipped with a blinding agent, allowing her a clean getaway. Unrequited lust, coming right up! As far as Darcy is concerned, it’s justice served. Her next target: Raven Glock, rock band bassist and drop-dead-gorgeous sex god.

When Raven lays eyes on the luscious Darcy, he gives her what he promises all the starry-eyed groupies who toss their panties at him—one unforgettable night in his bed. Sex with Darcy is so epic that he forgets his cardinal rule: to get her out before morning.

At the crack of sunrise, Darcy serves Raven a face full of cursed ash. But something goes horribly wrong…and she finds herself magically tethered to one pissed-off werewolf.
Worse, breaking the spell could cost her everything…maybe even her life.

Warning: Sexually explicit language, tattoos, piercings, and giant…um…feet. Wet panties are a given. Author assumes no responsibility for spontaneous ravishment of significant others, pool boys, or local pizza delivery personnel.



Rockstar Werewolves? Check! Crazy Vengeance Dealer? Check! Cursed is a great start to an awesome new series. While a short read, it really packs a punch. Addams’ werewolf rock stars are so badass! I laughed out loud so many times reading this novella because of how badly Darcy has messed up by tagging a werewolf with her endless lust spell. Darcy knows that she’s in a gigantic amount of trouble especially when her target Raven is so freaking sexy.

I wasn’t so sure about Darcy at the beginning of the novella, but as it progressed further into their stories, you realize that this isn’t exactly a woman scorn love story. Another plus for me is that Addams has managed to take out all the fluff and condense a kickass story with great character and plot development into a mere 88 pages. So my readers, if you are looking for a new author, I’d definitely give this series a try. I look forward to the next books in this series!



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