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A Familiar Problem: Volume 2 (The Northern Witches)


A Familiar Problem: Volume 2 (The Northern Witches)

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    Available in PDF Format | A Familiar Problem: Volume 2 (The Northern Witches).pdf | English
    Sharon Karaa(Author)
Natalia Stokes is a loner, a demon loner with some strange ideas about life and, well, death. Banished from Hell for being a trouble maker, would you believe, Natalia is condemned to walk the earth with no one to communicate with.You’d think that wouldn’t bother her but even loners get lonely. Everything changes when a chance meeting brings her to Lauren, a witch in trouble, and she sticks around long enough to help her in the guise of her familiar.The problem is, she then realises she doesn’t want to leave.She quickly learns, however, that life doesn’t always go as planned and she is forced to make a decision that will affect her for the rest of her…let’s call it existence.If she can ever figure out what good is, she’s sure she’ll hate it.But that was before Zerachiel turned up, a hot as Hell angel with a naughty streak a mile wide.To complicate matters even more, a demon arrives in the form of the mighty Abaddon, the subject of a childhood crush.The question is, will she choose good or will she choose evil? Decisions, decisions…
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  • PDF | 264 pages
  • Sharon Karaa(Author)
  • CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2 Aug. 2014)
  • English
  • 8
  • Romance
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  • By PJ Lea Bookish on 29 September 2015

    Another hilarious episode in the Northern Witches saga.Sharon has such a way of describing her characters that they really come to life and almost leap from the pages.This isn't merely a funny book though, it delves into relationships and redemption in a way that has you gripped until the end. An amazing cast and a rollicking tale, I cannot get enough of this series!

  • By Mrs Rocks on 4 October 2015

    I have now read the three books in this series and i must say that have not enjoyed myself this much in a good while.The story line was brilliant. A good funny as hell (LoL) story that made me feel a whole range of emotions.You see Natalia grow as a individual in all ways, you learn what makes her tick and are every step with her as she figures out all those pesky 'emotions' and how to deal with them. She just wants to go back to Hell where she feels she should be but as the story goes on you watch her transform into a self enlightened individual and learn that what she thought she knew about herself was not exactly right.I won't give any spoilers but i recommend you read this series from that start. I am so lad i did :)Thankyou Sharon for another great read.

  • By PURPLE JEWELS on 26 September 2014

    Please Note: I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review."A Familiar Problem" was a delightfully entertaining, sexy and witty follow-up to "The Last Challenge." In this the 2nd book in the Northern Witches Series, the plot primarily focused on the fate of Lauren's sassy familiar Natalia. Of course, Lauren, Daniel, Agnes, Selina, Geordie, Gerwyn, Mathew and the rest of the gang are included in the story. There are also several new characters as well. Speaking of new characters, "be still my libido, Abaddon is one smoking hot and sinfully sexy demon hunk (puns intended). lolThe plot was interesting and imaginative, the character development was spot on, the story's pacing was excellent and the romance was deliciously spicy. As with the first book, the author's writing style was straight forward and concise. There wasn't any excessive dialogue or excessive descriptions. Many of the characters are now cogent that they feel like old friends. It took me a bit to warm up to Natalia but by the end of the first book I really came to like her and admire her loyalty to Lauren and the gang. Some of Agnes' previous special's skills were taking away this time around but I sure hope she manages to get them back (hint, hint). Nevertheless, Agnes still managed to flash far too much of her knickers about. lol The story, like its predecessor, was a well blended/balanced mixture of a pinch of mystery, a few sprinkles of suspense, a big helping of friendship & extended family, generous helping of action, several dashes of humor, and a good measure of romance. The icing on the proverbial cake was a light slathering of toe curling naughty bits. I'm am really surprised that more readers haven't caught on to this delightful Series. Also, like the first book, there wasn't a cliffhanger ending. So both books would make a satisfying stand alone read. This book, like it predecessor, wasn't a ground breaking literary treatise, which so isn't the point, but it was a delightfully witty, light-hearted and satisfying literary experience. There were a few typos but nothing that I found distracting. The story does contain profanity, sexually suggestive language and a tastefully done love scenes. The love scene are not overly descriptive, explicit or crass. It is not "erotica" or pornographic!I so loved the bit involving the movie "It's a Wonderful Life." It was touching and totally silly at the same time. There was also a rather unflattering physical depiction of God but done so that in the context of the story's good-natured "tongue and cheeky" humor that I didn't get my knickers in a bunch not too much anyway. The whole end of days war thing was okay but a bit disappointing and a wee bit anti-climatic.The whole time I was reading this book I was betwixt and between wanting to finish it so that I could find out what Natalia's choices would be and not wanting the story to end. I really enjoyed this book and I plan to begin pestering the author about the next book asap. LOL I wonder whether Saline's will be the focus of the next book. As I stated earlier, I received a free copy of this book but even if I had paid the current price I would still feel that I had gotten more than my money's worth. This will definitely go on my books to reread list. A delightful lighthearted read and my recommendation is: Buy it, Read it and Enjoy.

  • By robert on 27 March 2016

    abbadon hell's most powerful demon has be thrown out of hell , abandoned by Satan can he find solace in Natalie's arms? will she and her band of cohorts be able solve the mystery of how 3 damned souls were able to over power him? and is it possible not all demons have to be bad?this is the second in the series ( I seriously suggest you read the first if you haven't already,you don't have to but you would be missing a real treat) about a band of demons, angels, witches and their familiars and how they overcome the trails and tribulations of living on the cusp of the normal and paranormal world.its an outstanding 5 star read and totally recommend it

  • By Melanie Taylor on 18 May 2016

    Another great book! Possibly even funnier than the first. I found it hard to put this book down as the storyline got more intense as the book went on. Yet again the characters are colourful and feel like friends. on to the next book!

  • By zoe on 10 May 2015

    I'm really looking this series. Like the first, it is so, so funny. The writing and the plot just amazing...a great take on heaven and hell. Unlike anything else which I absolutely love. Just brilliant!!!!!

  • By Selina on 4 September 2014

    This second book is as exciting as the first. Sharon Karaa has not disappointed, I am look forward to the next book. Loved it from the beginning to the end.

  • By Jilly on 3 October 2015

    Funny as!

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