Date read: June 29, 2014
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He’s a warrior, hardened by years of protecting his town from vampire attack. She’s a garden witch who sees the world in shades of sunshine and delight. Opposites don’t only attract, they go supernova in this sizzling tale of magic and mayhem.Thoughts on Alejandro's Sorceress: I sort of wish I had read a book or two in the Warriors of Poseidon series before reading this novella. While I realize this series is a spin off from that series, I never really got a feel for the world and I think I would have appreciated the cameo appearances by a couple WoP characters WAY more than I did.
For the most part, I liked Rose and her crazy family. I'm not really sure how Rose expected to take care of her little garden pest problem on her own, but I can look past that. Especially when her granny started hitting on all the powerful men who showed up. I can't help it, inappropriate innuendo and comments by old ladies make me laugh.
I liked Alejandro, but I never really connected with him or his issues. His tortured bad boy thing didn't last long once he caught sight of Rose and I would have loved to delve deeper into his backstory to see more of what made him tick.
Enjoyable, but I really think I would have benefited by reading some of the WoP series first. The good news is I have the first couple books in that series to sink my teeth into. Maybe I'll give this one another try after I wallow in Atlantis for a bit.