Morgan, Sophie H.

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The Witch Is Back

Morgan (His Command) distinguishes her steamy witch rom-com with impressive twists on romance tropes that will bewitch fans of the genre.

His Command

Despite the fantasist aspects, this novel covers familiar ground. From the classic trip-and-fall meet-cute to the grand gesture finale, readers will recognize the quintessential scenes. Unfortunately, the complicated logistics of the plot cause the story to drag at times. For a clearer explanation of the premise, readers may want to begin with the first title in the series (Her Wish).

Her Wish

Morgan's debut takes a romance trope (plain Jane heroine/gorgeous rich hero), adds a dash of fantasy and a sprinkling of humor, and pulls the reader into the entertaining start of a new series (although it stands solidly on its own). Libraries where other types of genie romances are popular—think Dakota Cassidy's The Accidental Genie, Thea Harrison's Oracle's Moon, Sherrilyn Kenyon's Fantasy Lover, or Gena Showalter's The Pleasure Slave and The Stone Prince—should definitely check out this title.

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