Tonight’s Friday Night Freebie is:
by Mary Beth Daniels.
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by Mary Beth Daniels
Publication date: May 1st 2013
Genre: New Adult Paranormal Romance
Jet is a Nix, the daughter of an Enchantress who went outside her bloodlines. No one helps a Nix, and even though her father is in deep trouble with Dei Lucrii, a Dark Enchanter who paid her family an extraordinary sum to make a passion potion, Jet has no way to fix the powerful spell that killed her mother.
But someone is watching her. A very handsome someone whose face appears in a pewter bowl her mother always kept close by.
Could the boy be the secret to avoiding the curse of the Nix? Or is he the sort of distraction Jet REALLY can’t afford at a time like this?
Passion Potion is a paranormal new adult romance from the author of the romantic comedy hit Heteroflexibility
Passion Potion was a quick, fun new adult read. I really like paranormals, especially with romantic undertones, but I really don’t get a chance to review all that many. So Passion Potion was a treat for me. Jet comes from witches but she just finds this out after she flunks out of college because she failed calculus and chemistry. This bothers her a whole lot – her mother was a chemist, but she recently died in a lab accident. So Jet sorta has science in her blood – or so she thinks!
Jet’s father is none too bothered about Jet’s academic failures because he needs her at home anyway – things are going wrong. This is where everything takes off, Jet meets a boy (snicker) and she is determined to figure out the “spell” her mother was working on.
Mary Beth Daniels has an easy writing style – the book flowed flawlessly and I was easily caught up in it. If you’re looking for some paranormal new adult that’s light and fun, this is definitely a good choice.
Mary Beth Daniels is a writer and photographer in Texas. She is a huge fan of Ellen Degeneres, a rabid stalker of Nathan Fillion, and she can’t mention how she feels about Chris Hemsworth without risking a restraining order.
Mary Beth is also the author of the hit romantic comedy Heteroflexibility and cites Strawberry Shortcake & Friends as an inspiration for her hair colors.