Wicked Witches by Alison Biggs | Short Review

March 5, 2014 Reviews 17

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
Wicked Witches by Alison Biggs | Short ReviewWicked Witches: Girls at Play & Making Revenge Fun by Alison Biggs
Series: Stand Alone
Published by Independent on January 5, 2014
Genres: Erotica, Fantasy
Pages: 32
Format: eBook
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two-half-stars

Life for students at a school for magicians is dull. Samantha and Amber are best friends with a knack for practical jokes. The pranks have grown with the girls, and now these nineteen year old knockouts have started using their spells to make them more memorable. The spells have taken turn for the sexy and are being used on each other as well as the hottest boy in school, David. Will Samantha and Amber learn to share, or will their lust for David pit them against each other?

The girls are back in the second volume of Wicked Witches!  Last time Samantha got the better of Amber, now it is Ambers turn for some sexy revenge.  This time Amber enlists the help of hot David and his good looking roommate to show Samantha who is boss.   Ambers plan is to make Samantha submit to the boys every desire.  Will her plan work, or will the boys decide to use their magic for their own gain?

Well that was just too short! I didn’t look very carefully at the length before picking up these freebies and was shocked when combined they were less than 50 pages! I really couldn’t see a way to give this a full review as there’s just not enough substance to critique. What really stinks is that this COULD be a great erotica book/series. Amber and Samantha are attending witch school  – the little glimpses we get of it, I imagine something very much like Hogwarts – and they’re at the age where they’ve gotten pretty magically proficient and they’re using it to get into all kinds of naughty fun.

Everything has potential for me in the Wicked Witches short (technically it’s two shorts, but I’m review them as one because they read as 1).  The way magic works is cool. The characters could be interesting and I think I’d like to know their back stories. The magic erotica works – although one occasion really verges on feeling rape-ish and that didn’t work for me for obvious reasons. Oh and part two says it is BDSM, but I’ve read BDSM and this isn’t it. It wasn’t important to me, but if you’re looking for BDSM, it would disappoint. All in all – If Alison were to turn this into a full length novel, or even a novella, I would pick it up in a heartbeat. As it stands, it’s just TOO short though.

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About Alison Biggs

Alison Biggs has been reading erotic romance for years and decided to take the plunge into writing the hottest, sexiest stories for you!

You can email Alison at alisonbiggs00@gmail.com

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17 Responses to “Wicked Witches by Alison Biggs | Short Review”

  1. Diane Giles

    Stimulating story line, but yes, a little too short for me to. It could be a great read with more background on each charater. It would be great if Alison decided to expand the storyline and turn it into a full novel. Still it was a good quick read.

    • Berls
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      I wish I had at least noticed before I started reading. But nope, I read along clueless until 30 minutes later – BOOM – the book was over! and it was just getting really good!

    • Berls
      Twitter:

      I rarely read anything shorter than a novella (and even those are rare) so this was a total mistake. And now I just want more 🙁

    • Berls
      Twitter:

      Does it make me a stalker if I email her and ask her to please finish the book? LOL I haven’t done that yet, but I’m seriously considering it.

    • Berls
      Twitter:

      I’m right there with you. I wish I’d realized before it just… ended. 30 some pages and I was like “what just happened? That’s it?” I was seriously looking for more online for like 20 minutes before I realized that yes, this really is it.

    • Berls
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      I rarely read shorts and this one was a total accident. I didn’t know it was so short when I started it. 🙁 If only she’d make it into a real book!

    • Berls
      Twitter:

      I’m not either. I was so bummed when I finished part 1 and was like “whoa! that’s it?” So I immediately jumped into part 2 just hoping that it would be at least a novella but nope. All together 32 pages… not enough. But to think it actually has potential in just 32 pages! It could be so good!

    • Berls
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      Me too! It has serious potential and I can’t help but think she must know the WHOLE story, right?

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