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Thursday, July 30, 2015

Guest Post & Giveaway: Caged Magic by Jennifer Lyon

Hi everyone! Please welcome Jennifer to Enchantress of Books! I'm extremely happy to have you here with us today to chat about your latest release

Thank you Vivana for having me here on Vivana, Enchantress of Books blog! It’s a pleasure to hang out with you all!

It’s no secret that I love witches, and have ever since I was a little girl and stumbled onto reruns of the old sitcom Bewitched. I adored Samantha and wanted to be just like her. I pretty much detested Darrin. He was afraid of a strong, powerful woman and even as a little girl that bugged me. In my world of witches, the men that love them are proud and supportive of their magic.

In Caged Magic, book 5 of the Wing Slayer Hunter Series, Risa is desperate to get her high magic in order to find her missing six-month-old godchild, Kendall. To do that, she must obtain her high magic by mating with her soul mirror – Linc Dillinger. The problem is that in order to secure Linc’s help, Risa must lie, not realizing that her lie might save the baby but destroy her heart.

While the book is dark, sexy and emotional I think witches can be fun! Of course I’d end hunger, cure the sick, comfort the sad, and rid the world of evil…but once I did all the important stuff…well then I’d have some fun! So I came up with five reasons I wish I was a witch:

  1. Who needs a diet when you have magic? Chocolate cake for breakfast! Chocolate chip cookies for lunch! Cheesecake for dinner! Self-control is for mortals, not witches!
  2. Whenever a man says “calm down” I’d grant him his wish – and send him into the eye of a hurricane. 
  3. I would have a dozen dogs.  And believe me it would take a whole lot of magic to convince my husband! I can get my husband to do almost anything, the guy is sweet and generous, so good to me that I can’t remember the last time I put gas in my car. But he doesn't want to be tied down to a dog and he’s a tad stubborn on the subject. 
  4. No tequila headaches! I love having a margarita in the pool, but I have to severely limit it as tequila will randomly give me a headache. Yes I know this is really tough problem, but I’m very brave and deal with it. However, if I were a witch, I could totally rock those margaritas in the pool with no fear of those headaches! (FYI, it’s not a hangover, I am too much of a wimp to drink enough to get a hangover. Ugh!)
  5. Rude people on cell phones – loud conversations in restaurants or movie theaters, driving thirty miles an hour on the freeway while texting, blocking grocery store aisles – all those people would find themselves on an island where they would all spend the appropriate amount of time locked in their own private phone booth and not able to annoy anyone. 

I could go on and on but I thought I’d give you a turn. What fun things would you do if you were a witch?

If you love paranormal romance, I hope you’ll give Caged Magic a try!

Caged Magic 
(Wing Slayer Hunters Series, Bk  #5)
by Jennifer Lyon

Risa Faden is a witch whose ultra-powerful shield magic is slowly breaking her mind. But when her beloved goddaughter is snatched by a demon, she’ll risk anything to rescue the baby—including lying to the handsome, intriguing stranger who has the power to help her keep her sanity, save the child…and steal her heart.

Linc Dillinger is a Wing Slayer Hunter whose sexy, rich, bad-boy charm hides a treacherous betrayal that left him emotionally scarred. As a result he risks his life to protect innocents, but is incapable of love—until he meets a beautiful witch who can save his cursed soul. Risa’s fierce courage and loyalty reaches past his barriers and he begins to believe she has the magic to free his caged heart.

But Risa’s lie explodes into dark danger that forces Linc into a hellish high-stakes gamble: He must either win the witch he loves and her godchild…or endure a loss that will destroy them all.


You can read my review here


But there’s a price.”
She jerked her gaze up. “What?”

He lifted her hand to his mouth, his warm lips sliding over her knuckles. “You’ll let me kiss you first. A deep, owning kiss.”

Her heart started to pound. “You want to kiss me?”

I want to kiss you so hard you’ll go to sleep and wake up with the taste of me. No one else, Risa. Me.”
Intensity. She’d never experienced this pull, this inability to emotionally distance herself from another person. He had a magnetic effect, tugging her into him. “Is this the soul bond?”

Bronze shimmered in his eyes. “I don’t know. But you’re ripping me open, making me need more than sex. I need your touch.”

Recognition sounded in her like a gong. Touch. They’d both had too much of the wrong kind and not enough of the right. She thought of the way he’d held her last night, even after finding out it had been her father who kidnapped and gave him to the bastards who’d caged him. Yet Linc hadn’t seen her ugliness. Instead, he’d held her until she fell asleep.

Safe in his arms.

And now he was unfailingly honest in what he needed. A kiss. Touch. Unable to stop herself, she wrapped her hands around Linc’s sides. The powerful muscles twitched beneath her palms.

Kiss me.” She tugged him to her.

Linc curled his palm around her nape and lowered his gaze to her lips.

The air between them thickened. Sizzled. Her lips tingled, and her heart thumped.

He stroked his thumb along the sensitive curve of her throat. Arousal rode her nerve endings, pebbling her nipples and warming her belly. She squeezed her thighs together, vividly aware of her nakedness beneath the shirt.

His mouth touched hers, warm velvety lips gliding over hers with a slow exploration while his thumb lazily caressed her jaw.

No one kissed her like this, as if they needed to learn every secret of her mouth. She tracked her hands over his shoulders, absorbing the warm skin stretched over powerful muscles. Bold hunger flickered, and she licked at his mouth.

A groan rumbled against her palm on his chest. He wrapped his arms around her and lifted her off her feet. Pinning her to the wall, he tilted her chin up and consumed her. His tongue dueled with hers, then darted away, exploring and marking her.

Risa shivered as the taste of him hit her tongue, like dark chocolate mixed with real cream and whipped until irresistible. Greed for more pulled out a moan. She’d never have enough of his flavor or the feel of his mouth moving over hers as if he were as starved for her as she was for him. The kiss devoured her.

About the Author

Jennifer Lyon, who also writes as Jennifer Apodaca, lives in Southern California where she continually plots ways to convince her husband that they should get a dog. After all, they met at the dog pound, fell in love, married and had three wonderful sons. So far, however, she has failed in her doggy endeavor. She consoles herself by pouring her passion into writing books. To date, Jen has published more than fifteen books and novellas, including a fun and sexy mystery series and a variety of contemporary romances under the name Jennifer Apodaca. As Jennifer Lyon she created a dark, sizzling paranormal series, and The Plus Once Chronicles, an emotionally sensual adult contemporary series. Jen’s won numerous awards and had her books translated into multiple languages, but she still hasn’t come up with a way to persuade her husband that they need a dog.

You can find Jennifer at 


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  1. Congratulations Jen on the new release. Always a fan!!!

  2. Viviana, thank you so much for hosting the tour and inviting me to post a blog today! Such a pleasure to be here!

  3. I love your list but I would add the one that Samantha has always had me envious - clean the house to a spotless shine in a wiggle of the nose :).

    1. Viki, yes!! I'm with you on that one too! Can you imagine cooking anything we wanted and not worrying about dishes? Or if we didn't have the ingredient, just conjuring it up?