Monday, October 31, 2016

Spell Cat (The Aloysius Tales #1) by Tara Lain

When Killian Barth, history professor, meets Blaine Genneau, quantum physicist, they ignite their own big bang. But sadly, Killian walks away. He doesn't do physics professors. In fact, he doesn't do humans, because Killian is the most powerful male witch in 10 generations and, though gay, he's expected to save his declining race by reproducing.

He can't even have sex with Blaine, because he's been taught that sex with humans depletes his power. But if that's true, why can young human, Jimmy Janx, dissolve spoons with a thought? Somebody's a lying witch.

With his powerful cat familiar, Aloysius, on his shoulder, Killian brings the lightning against deceit and greed to save Blaine from danger and prove love is the greatest power of them all.

My review:
m/m PNR
In this modern day fairytale we have the gay male witch being forced to marry the mafia kings witchy daughter even though they both love someone else.  Straightening it all out is going to take one crafty cat. While the story gets quite convoluted the underlying theme of love conquers all is one I can get behind. Not my favorite Tara Lain story but not bad either.

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