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Ivie gives me a Warning – Suddenly Sorceress by @EricaLuckeDean


Have you read Suddenly Sorceress yet? You haven’t? Goddess Bless it! Go grab your copy! It is on sale for only 99¢ today! But this post is NOT about that, it is about a letter of warning from Ivie.. apparently she overheard I wanted to possibly turn someone into a ……. umm skunk. Hey! It is not my fault! I figure it would be the best way to take care of someone who stinks, and well… Ivie has set me straight! I have her permission to post the letter today and let y’all know about the sale! 

Dear Cabin Goddess,

It has come to my attention that you might have someone you’d like to turn into a skunk. I’m writing you today to say, don’t do it! I know the idea is tempting. Believe me… I know! But I turned my ex-fiancé into a skunk once, and I can say with certainty, it wasn’t worth it

Now, this was sometime back (I’ve perfected my magic ever so slightly) so I had no idea what I was doing, but I don’t recommend dabbling in transfiguration without representation. Of the magical variety. Having a mentor would have come in handy, but since my mother was clueless and my father blew himself up while attempting a science experiment when I was twelve, I was quite on my own.

This total lack of a magical support system drove me to seek out help via a Craigslist ad. Again… don’t do it! Not that I didn’t thoroughly enjoy Mr. Jackson Blake’s expertise, absolutely none of it was magic related. Unless you count the fact that what he could do with his hands was pretty magical… which I don’t, by the way.

Okay, maybe I do. He was really good with his hands. Just crap with a spell. And not the best at telling the truth. That’s why I was glad I had my friend Chloe for moral support. Unfortunately, she’s terrible at magic too, unless you’re interested in the power of persuasion. She has that in spades. But the consequences of dabbling in magic involve police chases, batshit crazy neighbors, and deranged aerobics instructors. Not to mention the physical changes involved. Don’t get me started.

I think it goes without saying (and yet, here I go, saying it again) that novice witches should not play with magic without adult supervision. It’s just a great big invitation to get burned.

Now if you wanted to try something with a goat instead… I might know where to hook you up.

Your friend, Ivie McKie – Novice witch and kindergarten teacher



I look like Ronald McDonald’s slutty younger sister. “Would you like a happy ending with that value meal?”

— Ivie.. Novice Witch (Suddenly Sorceress)

Ivie gives me a Warning – Suddenly Sorceress by @EricaLuckeDeanSuddenly Sorceress
by Erica Lucke Dean
Pages: 260
Published by Red Adept Publishing
on January 1, 2014
Genres: Chick Lit
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PMS can be a real witch.

Enlisting the help of her shopaholic friend Chloe and sexy club magician Jackson Blake, Ivie is forced to play a literal game of cat and mouse as she races against the clock to change her ex back before she’s arrested for his murder.

With every new spell, a fresh wave of sexual desire draws Jack further into Ivie’s troubles, along with her panties, the car, the kitchen, and assorted seedy bathrooms.

Ivie soon discovers what every witch worth her spell book knows: There’s nothing worse than a bad case of Post Magical Syndrome.

“A wicked good time.” ~Saranna DeWylde, Author of How To Lose A Demon in 10 Days
“… you really need to read this book as soon as you can get your grubby paws on it.” FANdemonium
“I recommend this book to anyone and everyone that loves a hilarious romance.” Mama’s Reading Break
“… a steamy, paranormal chicklit romance with plenty of humor and a lot of “naughtiness”.” Like a Bump on a Log
“I giggled and snorted through the entire book.” Screaming for Chocolate
“… a lighthearted fast-paced humorous romantic fantasy…” I’m a Voracious Reader
“… I think I peed a little laughing so hard!” Cabin Goddess
“I could not stop laughing through the whole thing… and the goat incident… OMG!!!!” Jess’s Book Blog
“… a very fun read, even for this non-chick.” Big Al’s Books & Pals


About Erica Lucke Dean

Ivie gives me a Warning - Suddenly Sorceress by @EricaLuckeDean

"I’m an author of fluffy romance and paranormal romance novels, with a twist. I blog about life in my haunted farmhouse and other ridiculous things. And I laugh at myself when I trip. ”

After walking away from her career as a business banker to pursue writing full-time, Erica moved from the hustle and bustle of the big city to a small tourist town in the North Georgia Mountains where she lives in a 90-year-old haunted farmhouse with her workaholic husband, her 180-lb. lap dog, and at least one ghost.

How she’s managed to survive this long is one of life’s great mysteries.

Well… I may not want to try it with the goat, considering how much goat love there is in Suddenly Sorceress! Well.. they do like how you TASTE, wait.. hold on.. that was a trick question huh?

So what are you waiting for!! Go get it!


  1. What a great promo! I loved this book.

    • I’m glad you enjoyed it. I had fun writing it. And the sequel is in the works.

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