Synopses & Reviews
The witching hour has arrived in bestselling author H. P. Mallory’s captivating and sexy new novel, starring the most dazzling denizen of the undead, Jolie Wilkins.
Funny and feisty witch Jolie Wilkins is back—or rather, she’s back to her humble beginnings. Propelled into the past to her old Los Angeles fortune-telling shop, Jolie has no idea she possesses extraordinary powers, and she definitely doesn’t remember becoming Queen of the Underworld. But at least she has two incredibly sexy men vying for her affection: Rand Balfour, who looks very familiar, though Jolie can’t place his gorgeous face, and Sinjin Sinclair, who is tall, dark, and perfect . . . except for the fangs.
Yet despite her steamy love life, Jolie can’t shake the sense that something is not quite right—like she’s stuck in a déjà vu gone terribly awry. As both men race against time—and each other—to win Jolie’s heart, the fate of the Underworld hangs in the balance. And Jolie’s decision can either restore order or create an absolute, drop-dead disaster.
"Jolie Wilkins is thrown back in time by master vampire Sinjin Sinclair, her sworn protector and ardent suitor, in her muddled fourth adventure (after Witchful Thinking). Now she has no idea she's a witch, much less that she's been crowned queen of the Underworld. Sinjin's devotion and passion seduce Jolie, but she is also inexplicably drawn to warlock Rand Balfour, whom Sinjin swears is her enemy. Jolie must relearn how to wield her formidable witch's power in order to save the world from the sinister Lurkers, who true to their name never actually appear in the novel. The hapless amnesiac queen is a rather likable character, but her confusion about who she is and who to trust will be matched by the bafflement of any reader who tries to start the series with this installment. Agent: Kim Whalen, Trident Media Group." Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
About the Author
H. P. Mallory
is the author of the Jolie Wilkins series as well as the Dulcie O’Neil series. She began her writing career as a self-published author and after reaching a tremendous amount of success, decided to become a traditionally published author and hasn’t looked back since.
H. P. lives in Southern California with her husband and son, where she is at work on her next book.