Let Sleeping Warlocks Lie...
Iain MacGregor knows how his warlock family feels about outsiders discovering the truth of their powers, its forbidden. That doesn't seem to stop him from having accidental magickal discharges whenever he's around the woman who has captured his attention. Apparently his magick and other "parts" don't seem to care what the rules are, or that the object of his affection just might be his undoing.
Warning: Contains yummy, hot, mischievous MacGregor boys who may or may not be wearing clothing and who are almost certainly up to no good on their quest to find true love.
This is the second book in the series of Warlocks MacGregor. If you read this series make sure to read it in order. I’d never read the first book so was a tad confused on who was who and, what was going on so far in the series. Even though this is the second book, the first one had some major stuff happening. After I made my way through the first three chapters. I was still a bit confused. But I am happy to say the book leveled out after that. I like the way the it progressed after that. For a story that was rich with magic and is the basis of the whole family dynamic, with all their pranks and ups and downs. It was entertaining to read, even when Jane finds out about her mother, and a little bit about her past. Which given what her current state of living and seeing ghosts at every turn. Also I wasn’t surprised to find out what kind of person her step-brother was, he gave off the vibe of being greedy, and mean. How he ended up was karma biting him in the butt. Now with Ian he was cool. He knew what he wanted and ignored the family to the point they took matters into their own hands. But I guess you could say that’s a good thing cause it brought about a lot of focus to some confusion that was going on. I do love the ending with Ian and Jane getting married and the women streaking through the woods. Very unique and it put a smile on my face at the HEA of their story.
If your into books with a lot of magic and romance this is right up your alley, but I do recommend reading it in order to know what all is going on as you read each one.