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The Wicca Man: Tongue-Tied

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When Sean is cornered by a vampire he casts a love spell in self-defense. It works, and that's great, but now he's fallen in love. The witches are pissed Sean used coercive black magic. The vampires want Thane back. And Sean knows, if you love something, you've got to set it free. If it comes back, it's meant to be, right? The only problem is, the being he's setting free i ...more
ebook, 104 pages
Published April 10th 2007 by Loose Id
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This was a fun story. And the cover was gorgeous!

Sean is one of those characters that you can understand. He missed that certain road in his life and just can’t seem to find it. And isn’t even sure anymore if that was ever the right road for him.

The writing was good and well paced. The whole love spell thing could have been a really cheesy plot device, but Veinglory used it well and very convincingly. I would have liked a bit more fleshing out of the story, but I’m hoping this is just the begin
Don Bradshaw
Sean Watkin is a fairly inept wizard and a college professor. He is so far in the closet that even he's not sure he's gay. Sean is jumped one night on his way home by a hot vampire, Thane. The only spell that comes to Sean's mind as he tries to defend himself is a binding spell. Suddenly Thane is smitten with Sean but what's a wizard to do? This book was both funny and touching. The tongue in cheek humor flowed well through the entire captivating story. A great read for a lazy afternoon with a ...more
I really liked Thane and I'm waiting for the promised sequel
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... 5* for the cover ;)

Sean is a college professor and practicing Wiccan in a world where vampires exist but it is due to a possible disease. People just wake up one day, completely changed and forgetting their past lives, turning into violent vampires. One night on his way home, Sean is nearly attacked and without thinking enthralls the vampire to save himself, leaving Thane thinking he's in love with Sean. Sean has never acted on his attraction to men and feels guilty for enthralling the vampire and tries to figure ...more
Very good m/m romance about a university professor who's also a witch. He accidentally uses a love binding spell when defending himself from a vampire attack, then isn't sure how to free the handsome and enthralled vampire without getting killed. I really enjoyed the sly and smart alecky bits of humor throughout. If anyone knows of a sequel...
I wasn’t really expecting to like this book. I almost passed on it the moment I laid eyes on the words “Wiccan” and “vampire,” since those are two key-words that will send me running in the opposite direction almost as fast as “elf.” A vampire? In my opinion, vampires are passe in the romance genre, much like sheiks and Spanish noblemen. And a Wiccan? Since when has any writer other than Whitley Strieber been capable of creating an intriguing Wiccan character, much less a Wiccan male? I’m not re ...more
Did I miss it? There should be enough that I shouldn't be able to miss it, so I would guess there was no sexing here.

Why did I just read a gay romance if there was no down and dirty romancing? Why am I here? Not for the company, clearly.

This book was a tease. Great love-plot, but then the story gets distracted with an actual plot-plot with fighting and power changing hands and just general paranormal junk.

I have to say I'm a bit upset with the action here.
Didn't finish it
This book is not for me... I felt like parachute in the midle of a strange land... Too little info, too much rush to tell the story... Never got what was happening and just gave up (35% read)
Jun 23, 2012 Sue rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Everyone
I am fast becoming a fan of Emily Veinglory, which has surprised me.
I think that's because of her name, which is whimsical but rather porny, and the torrid covers on some of her books (the one above is an example). I assumed Emily wrote meaningless porn. She doesn't. Not the ones I've read anyway.
This book (so far) has a great plot, and really good writing that makes me smile a lot. And I treasure that in a book, because I often feel ill and laughter is the best medicine, okay.
Will edit my revi
Elisa Rolle
As always I found the writing style of Emily Veinglory a strange experience: it is like reading a modern tale written with a bardic style. I can't explain well, they are not the single words that make the magic, but all the novel in its complexity.

Sean is a professor by day and a witch by night. And is also a gay in the closet. One night, returning home, he is stalking by a vampire, an handsome vampire but also an hungry one. The only thing he can do is cast a spellbound to him, a love spell in
Bubbles  Hunty Honest & Direct Opinions
Jan 11, 2011 Bubbles Hunty Honest & Direct Opinions marked it as didnt-finish
Shelves: asap-2, m-m
Eh I don't like the writing style. Parentheses are heavily used. And that's annoying

He wore a grey suit (noticeably worn thin at the ass and elbows). So what couldn't just say he's wearing an old suit? His only suit? Favorite suit? No point? You couldn't just say suit?

Like the first female who cant get a clue is introduced and then "-- objectively speaking, rather ample and delicious -- ass of Rhea" it describes how plump and delicious her butt is, objectively. As a gay man I've never once thou
I was less interested in wicca culture then I was in the relationship between the leads. Not enough character development
I got a few good giggles out of this one! Poor Sean...he got himself into quite a mess!
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