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Practice Makes Perfect

3.19 of 5 stars 3.19  ·  rating details  ·  21 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Discovering he has magic powers isn't much fun for Julian Delaney when all his spells backfire. Can his hunky mentor mend his wonky ways? Julian Delaney thinks he's a normal, sometimes clumsy guy, who occasionally has weird stuff happen. When he finds out the truth - he's a warlock who just needs practice using his powers - he's too shocked to believe it. Dante, his Mystic ...more
ebook, 35 pages
Published May 31st 2010 by Total-E-Bound Publishing
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Serena Yates
This is a very funny story about Julian, who discovers he's a warlock when his mentor, Dante, contacts him as soon as 'the rules allow'.

Nothing goes as planned, though, and Julian is ready to give up before they discover the problem. I loved the references to wizards and magic schools. Some of the 'spells gone wrong' were hilarious. Since Dante and Julian are also very attracted to each other, there is lots of hot sex. On the whole, I thought this was a very entertaining read.
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Julian never knew witches and warlocks existed…until a drop-dead gorgeous man walks into his workplace and tells Julian he is one. Rather than write Dante off as a loony, Julian listens to him and learns that Dante is his Mystical Guide, the warlock who will teach Julian everything he needs to know about magic. But while things work perfectly when it comes to the passion that explodes between mentor and mentee, Julia
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