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Wes Rockville, a disgraced law enforcement agent, is given one last chance to prove himself and save his career when he's reassigned to a 232 year old secret government organization. The Witches Protection Program. His first assignment: uncover a billion-dollar Cosmetics company’s diabolical plan of using witchcraft for global domination, while protecting its heiress Morgan Pendragon from her aunt’s evil deeds. Reluctantly paired with veteran witch protector, Alastair Verne, Wes must learn to believe in both witches and himself. Filled with adventure, suspense and a rousing good time, Michael Phillip Cash creates a tongue-in-cheek alternate reality where witches cast spells and wreak havoc in modern day New York City.
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What I Loved:Amazing story concept: Such a unique story idea! I almost didn't ask to review the book because I am not into cop stories. Don't think I am horribly sexist but most cop books are geared to men. This book is not a traditional crime book with cops, guns and bad guys. While it does have those things the author tossed witches in to the mix. I loved it!
Morgan: She is a great female lead. A mirror opposite of the main villain in the story; sweet and kind but also spunky. Her whole world is turned upside down and she stays strong and meets the craziness of her life head on.
The villains: Wow! This author has written some great villains. Not sure what to think that they are all women though (just kidding!). If you love a good villain like I do you will love the ones in this book.
Wes: Great male lead! He is cute but not cocky, which I love because I can't stand the male characters that are good looking and completely stuck on themselves. He had problems growing up and since most of us didn't have a perfect childhood he is totally relatable.
Not So Much:
Too short: The only thing I disliked about this book is that it was too short! I would have loved to see a little more story development. I love being able to get in to the character's heads just a little more.
This book is appropriate for high school and older. There is one female character that makes a pass at another female character, but it isn't overtly sexual. There is a little swearing but amazingly no sex. Hooray! Not an easy thing to find anymore so kudos to the author.