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Review: Possession by Andrea Hagan

★★★ ½ #Possession #AndreaHagan @booksirens

New to me author Andrea Hagan pulls me in with a funny book blurb and a pretty cover. As I start reading this book, all I keep thinking of is the following meme.

Aubry, the witch in question is a tarot card reader and a magic shop owner. To help out her aunt, she performs a little seance whilst her aunt is out of town. Somehow, she ends up summoning a demon. On top of this, she ends up getting possessed by a demon that usually can't possess a human.

Damion, the demon in question is just as confused as Aubry. The two of them are now tied together and this is where the fun of the story begins. I honestly thought this was going to be an erotic book. It is but it isn't. It is more a Freaky Friday situation where a person doesn't know if they are talking to Aubry or Damion. When the two of them can talk with each other using "inner dialogue", this can increase the confusion. But wait, there's more. This isn't about Damion flirting and getting Aubry all hot and bothered. Nor is it trying to exorcise Daimon from Aubry's body. The plot or maybe subplot is around a missing person and an unsolved murder of Aubry's best friend.

There are multiple threads going on in this tale. The threads play off one another and create an enjoyable read. I laugh at each failed attempt to remove Damion from Aubry's body. I cringe at Aubry's unwanted suitor whilst snerking at Damion's colourful commentary. Finding out the "bad guy" at the end of this book brings great closure as well as righteous anger. Ms. Hagan is an author I will be following. I look forward to seeing what happens in the next book in this series. This paranormal romance is recommended to readers who want a lighter read with great characters.

* I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.


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