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How to Marry a Warlock in 10 Days

(10 Days #2)

3.82  ·  Rating details ·  328 ratings  ·  64 reviews
Got Warlock?

Middy Cherrywood does. She’s got more warlock than she can hex with Dred Shadowins. He isn’t just a billionaire playboy and Weekly Warlock centerfold. He’s a spy for the High Chancellor, and he convinces Middy to pose as his fiancée for his latest mission. Too bad no one told his mother before she slipped Middy a potion that will make their sham engagement all
Paperback, 276 pages
Published September 25th 2012 by Kensington Brava
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Aly is so frigging bored
I laughed like a lunatic, and I'm not joking! This series is really uplifting and making my days better. I love the humor in it and the humors way it's written and the crazy situations that keep popping up.
Sep 28, 2012 rated it really liked it
Rating: B+ ... Heat: Hot

Midnight Cherrywood was stuck with an unfortunate nickname while she attended Academy as young witchling—Cherry-would-if-she-could. The person responsible for giving her that moniker? Mordred Shadowins. As is often the case with childhood crushes, Dred was covering up his true feelings for Middy by constantly picking on her. Fast forward more than a few years, and Dred now needs Middy’s help to solve a black magic mystery... and when Middy agrees, well, she gets to turn t

Snarky, nose-snorting humor with a WHOLE LOAD OF SEXY THORWN IN! I know i've done myself a disservice by starting with the second book in this series (which i am going to rectify)!

Full review to come soon...
Barbara Elsborg
Oct 20, 2013 rated it really liked it
So funny. There were some great one liners in this and I really enjoyed it. My only gripe was the plot - which seemed a little weak - but overall the book was a real find for me. The best Brava I've read in ages and ages. Middy and Dred are fun characters, particularly Middy. I liked all the 'witch' talk - Little Red Riding Hooker, Sweet Circe's tampon etc etc. The whole story was riddled with puns and jokes and it worked very well.
Aug 14, 2012 rated it really liked it
What a fun and humorous read. Dred is the perfect bad boy and Middy is no wilting flower. I liked that the two characters didn’t instantly fall in love but as they got to know each other the love bloomed

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Starria Turner
Jun 23, 2018 rated it liked it
This is fanfiction. Not bad fanfiction but fanfiction nonetheless. The plot is really spaghetti like as it goes all over the place with new characters popping in and out like zits. It gets tied up in a bow at the end but that bow is limp and misshapened. The characters were funny, I will admit but they suffer from the DreamWorks problem of jokes and pop references instead of moving the plot along but with sex. I did like the world building but there was a lot of implication that the reader read ...more
Nancy Bodie
Aug 15, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great story!

These well written stories have been a great find for a week long binge worthy read/listen. Love the characters! The storyline is complex and detailed yet filled with humor!
Sam~OTT Alpha Male Addict~
Mar 20, 2018 rated it really liked it
Incredibly funny! A bit cheesy in the end but I'm not complaining!
Aug 03, 2012 rated it really liked it
Review originally posted on my blog: A Book Obsession..

For years Middy has been secretly lusting after Dred Shadowins, her childhood tormentor turned billionaire playboy extraordinaire. She has every issue of Weekly Warlock featuring a centerfold with him. Yet, she never wanted to make her fantasies a reality as he goes through women like water. She has more self-respect than that, or at least she thought so until he convinced her to pose as his fiancée. Turns up he actually is a spy for the Hig
Jul 26, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: kensington-arcs
Oh yeah! Aha, now this is what I’m talking about! While I liked How to Lose a Demon in 10 Days, I REALLY liked How to Marry a Warlock. Ms. DeWylde was just warming up before and now she is ready to run with it.

Dred Shadowins was the bane of Middy Cherrywood's existence in the Academy. He was the typical boy who tormented girls. He grew into a man that continued to torment them too, but in a *ahem* different way.

Middy’s nightly fantasies revolve around Dred, but it is a secret that she guards ti
Jun 28, 2017 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: dnf

DNF @ 40%

Started off really well and funny but by 40% in, the hero and heroine just keep masturbating to each other while keeping up with bazillion reasons why they shouldn't go through with the deed. Also, there really isn't much of a story because the author just keeps writing a lot of masturbation teases. I give up.

Sep 14, 2012 rated it liked it
Original Post at Fangs, Wands and Fairy Dust on 9/14
Clever Writing Doesn't Save the Marriage

How to Marry a Warlock in 10 Days
Saranna DeWylde
September 25, 2012
Paperback 320 pages, and E-Book Formats available

Got Warlock?
Middy Cherrywood does. She’s got more warlock than she can hex with Dred Shadowins. He isn’t just a billionaire playboy and Weekly Warlock centerfold. He’s a spy for the High Chancellor, and he convinces Middy to pose as his fian
Ramblings From A Chaotic Mind
Really liked this book! Middy Cherrywood and Dred Shadowins along with the dozen or so other characters were HILARIOUS. The book is wrote in modern day but with this historical feel. It’s hard to explain but I loved it. While the dialogue was current the way in which it was spoke had this old world feel that spoke to me. Laced with crazy mishaps along the way that made the characters reactions to things funnier.

Middy is a virgin, by choice. She just hasn’t found the right warlock but she has no
Jul 10, 2012 rated it it was amazing
How to Marry a Warlock in 10 Days, by Saranna DeWylde

Recently I read How to Lose a Demon in 10 Days, by the same author, and in my previous review, I mentioned that I had a little bit of a hard time getting into it, although, I’m glad I stuck with it, I was expecting to have the same problem here, however….O.M.G does not even begin to cover how much I love How to Marry a Warlock in 10 Days.

It’s just soooo amazing….I’m gushing, yah, I know, It’s a no-no, but when a book is this good, how can you
May 10, 2015 rated it liked it
Shelves: e-book, own
So the set up of this book is similar to the last one Welcome to Hell Meets Clue Meets Wallbanger but this novel has a lot more witchy worked in. Maybe similar to like an adult version of Hex Hall. (Really, Really Adult)

There were some definite improvements between this book and the last such as a little more delving into the witch kind mythology and only one focus relationship. I mean I guess the last one technically only had one focus relationship but there were so many background relationshi
Aug 26, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc, net-galley
Snarky, funny, sexy and overall great read! I forgot that this was a second book in the series, but it didn't stop me from enjoying it. There were moments that I felt that they could have been hinting at the previous book, but I didn't feel lost or confused.

Unfortunately, as it usually happens with the adult romance books, the actual story-line took a backseat in favor of the adult romance. I knew this will most likely happen, yet I was a little disappointed because the story had so much potent
Aisha Oaktree
I haven't read the other books in the series, so I'm not sure if she did this world building as well. Here she builds a world not unlike Harry Potter's world that butts up against the Muggle or as she calls it the non magical world. In this world Gods walk among the Magical people, things like griffins guard the doors & Merlin is the Bigger Boss. Since even the most devoted & secluded understand something about Harry Potter, this new world wasn't that far fetched.

At first the mention of
Gigi staub
Sep 21, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book is fun from the very beginning not only does Middy (Midnight) Cherrywood have to go get funding for her charity, she has to go ask the warlock who tormented her as a child. Dred (Mordred) Shadowins is a billionaire playboy who looks like a Viking god, but he has a secret...he is a spy for the High Chancellor. Middy is a virgin, but she is not a shrinking violet type. She is a strong witch who is smart, sexy, strong moral compass and great inner dialog. It is those morals that help Dred ...more
"He knew he was dreaming because when he became aware of himself, he was skipping. Dark warlocks, master spies, and Dred Shadowins in particular, did not skip."

How to marry a warlock in 10 Days is the second book in the 10 days series.

Keep in mind that this is an adult book, and there are explicit details!

It’s a quick and witty read. I loved the fact that it was a part of another book but yet held its own.

For years Middy has been secretly lusting after Dred Shadowins. She has every issue of W
Jenni Ebba
Nov 19, 2012 rated it really liked it
Okay I never meant to pick this up. The cover reminded me of a cheesy PNR (not that I don't like those kinds of things, but I need to be in the mood for them). That being said I am so freaking happy I snatched it up. DeWylde's writing is hilarious without being overdone. Her plot and characters leave you laughing out loud, while begging for more. The characters make the story and though it has a couple grammatical errors (kindle version), I thought it was beyond awesome.
Midnight Cherrywood has
Sep 25, 2012 rated it really liked it
Dred Shadowins, was the guy who use to turn Middy Cherrywood braids into snakes now he is the hunky warlock who can save her charity function, without his funding magical children will not get the education or health services they need. Biting her tongue Middy is off to see Dred since he will deal only with her. Dred has had about every witch except Middy and he wants her next. Circumstances forces them to go into a pretend engagement due to the Shadowin magic the engagement may not be so preten ...more
Sep 18, 2012 rated it really liked it
I loved this book. Unfortunately I did not read the first in the series, but I will be going back to read How To Lose a Demon in 10 Days. It’s a quick and witty read. The good guys are lovable and the bad are despicable. Middy is smart, funny, and just the kind of hot mess that I like. Dred is a bad boy, but not the evil bastard that society thinks he is. I can’t wait to read more in this series, I’m hoping the next book will be about one of the Trifecta of Doom a.k.a. Middy’s older triplet brot ...more
Sep 02, 2012 rated it really liked it
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I have to say that I was really surprised at how much I enjoyed this story. I was not sure based on the beginning of the book because it seemed a little over the top on magic and thought it might be heading towards a cheesy witch story but a little way into the book I really began to enjoy it.

Middy and Dred have a great relationship and are written really well and with a good amount of humor. I liked the fact that Dred admits he has always had a crush on
Jennifer Crump
Sep 28, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I was laughing so hard reading this book. I loved the fact that it was a part of another book but yet held its own. You didn’t need to read ‘How to Lose a Demon In 10 Days’ to understand this story. DeWylde makes her stories so believable, as a reader you get sucked in immediately. I loved that she incorporated warlock and witch terminology into everything from anatomy to every day happenings. It made the book more believable. The characters were hilarious. My favorites were the Trifecta of Doom ...more
Jackie (Literary Escapism)
How to Marry a Warlock in 10 Days by Saranna DeWylde was a fun paranormal romance. I was engaged with what was going on the whole time and the side characters really added to the story. In fact, I’m really curious to see more of how the whole pantheon (or powers that be) works for this series. I haven’t read How To Lose a Demon in 10 Days yet, but if it’s anything like How to Marry a Warlock in 10 Days, I may just have to get it sooner rather than later. Fans of Kimberly Raye’s Dead End Dating a ...more
Aug 14, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Brilliant! I absolutely love this book. It's even better than the first in the series and I loved that one too, didn't think that it could get much better but it sure did!

Saranna DeWylde has a fascinating way of taking mythical creatures and historical events and blending them into a modern day paranormal romance that draws in the reader and makes them want to know more. After reading the story, hitting the internet to research more about the creatures and places that she has written about is im
Emily Mishler
Sep 01, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: giveaways, romance
I won a copy of this book through a goodreads giveaway.

How to Marry a Warlock in 10 Days was over the top and absurd and I greatly enjoyed it. DeWylde had no qualms about being ridiculous and I love her for it. She obviously does not take herself too seriously and the book is all the better for it. A very refreshing read as far as paranormal(?) romance (not sure if that's what this qualifies as but that's where I'm sticking it) goes.

Warning: If you are offended by or dislike graphic sex scenes
Sep 21, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This is the 2nd book in this series and it was just a funny as the first one. Midnight Cherrywood is just your average virgin witch desperately in a love/hate with her childhood nemesis, Dred Shadowins. She even has a interactive hologram of him from Weekly Warlock that she can make due a number of things sexually. Her boss sticks her with him to get donations and she ends up stuck with him for life. Like I said totally funny. You even get to see some of the characters from book 1 so definitely ...more
Aug 20, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: giveaways
I enjoyed this one more than the first in the series, I have to say. This one seemed a little more well developed, and less confusing to me. I also enjoyed the secondary characters more in this story. There were definitely some funny moments, and I enjoyed the progression of the relationship between the two main characters. A pretty fast read, good for a rainy day or the beach!

I received this book as a giveaway from Goodreads for free; in return, I gave an honest review.
Oct 06, 2012 rated it it was amazing
WOW, I was not expecting it to start out as it did and was about to put it down. But decided to give it a try. It was a little much on the HOT side for me, but I continued to read it anyway. I did not read the first one, but will go and find it. I really did enjoy the story. Middy and Dred were funny. I received this as a first-read book and really did enjoy it. I hope to win more by Saranna. I will add you to my read list right away. Thank you!!
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Saranna De Wylde has always been fascinated by things better left in the dark. She wrote her first story after watching The Exorcist at a slumber party. Since then, she’s published horror, romance and narrative nonfiction. Like all writers, Saranna has held a variety of jobs, from operations supervisor for an airline, to an assistant for a call girl, to a corrections officer. But like Hemingway sa

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