Stolen Magic by Mary Jo Putney

Stolen MagicStolen Magic by Mary Jo Putney
My rating: 2 of 5 stars


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So bad. I’m giving two-stars because it’s possible the narrator is partially to blame. The way he did the female voices really made them sound like ninnies. I listened for 30 chapters and just couldn’t press on for 5 more to finish.

Our hero is transformed into a unicorn by a rival mage and escapes. Bad guy uses Meg, a simpleton with virgin blood, to bait & recapture him. So blah blah blah, they escape & she’s freed from a spell that made her ugly & dumb. A drop of her blood changes him back to a regular ole naked man, but he goes all unicorn when he loses his temper.

So, hero is super attracted to Meg in unicorn form. They make out a bit in human form, he transforms to uni, and is embarrassed by his obvious arousal in horse form. That was a bit icky. Also, the narrator’s tone just made things feel pervy, like maybe this is actually unicorn porn.

More blah blah blah boring plot & details about magic. I do not care -at all – whether or not the two mains end up hooking up. Then, I glanced at my TBR pile and realized that life is too short for books I don’t care about. I feel cheated, because unicorns should be awesome.

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