In the Company of Witches

In the Company of Witches Experience Joey W Hill s scintillating blend of modern day witchcraft ancient evil and the magical tricks men and women play in the name of love All witch and part succubus savvy businesswoman Rain

  • Title: In the Company of Witches
  • Author: Joey W. Hill
  • ISBN: 9781101585184
  • Page: 376
  • Format: ebook
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    Experience Joey W Hill s scintillating blend of modern day witchcraft, ancient evil, and the magical tricks men and women play in the name of love All witch and part succubus, savvy businesswoman Raina has converted a Southern plantation house into an extremely profitable old fashioned bordello Because of her abilities as a witch, the demons under Raina s protection cExperience Joey W Hill s scintillating blend of modern day witchcraft, ancient evil, and the magical tricks men and women play in the name of love All witch and part succubus, savvy businesswoman Raina has converted a Southern plantation house into an extremely profitable old fashioned bordello Because of her abilities as a witch, the demons under Raina s protection can feed off the sexual energy of their clients without killing them definitely a good thing for repeat business.But when a rogue incubus shows up on Raina s doorstep begging for asylum, the witch s well run business is put in jeopardy The incubus has stolen an object of great power from Lucifer, and Underworld Dark Guardian Mikhael will do anything to get it back even if it means incinerating the incubus on Raina s porch to get the answers he seeks.Not to be trifled with, Raina enters a dangerous match of wits with Mikhael to achieve their mutual goals only to discover that the reluctant attraction between them is the most hazardous game of all

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    • Mandi Schreiner says:

      In the company of witches is book two in Joey Hill’s Arcane Shot series (although it can be read as a stand alone). In book one, we meet Mikhael, the very dark and dominant Dark Guardian who tends to Ruby’s (heroine from book one) sexual needs until the hero comes along and pushes Mikhael out of the picture. From the brief glimpse we get of him, I was so intrigued to see how Joey Hill would turn this cruel man into a romantic hero.Mikhael Roman is a Dark Guardian of the Underworld. Reporting [...]

    • ♆ BookAddict✒ La Crimson Femme says:

      Will there be more in this series? I hope so. This story is very well written and totally enjoyable. Raina is a kick butt heroine. She is a ferocious caregiver too. She builds her own family and she will do everything to take care of them. Mikhael is a Dark Guardian who's slept with her best friend and intimidating.In the first book, Mikhael comes across as an asshat. In this book, oh boy is he delicious. Love him. He is my kind of dominant. Lovely and dangerous. The story is more romance than c [...]

    • Mara says:

      3 1/2In the Company of Witches is a romance book with a sprinkling of paranormal. It's the second in a series but it can be read as a stand-alone (I did). In fact, whatever happened in book one is explained and actually concluded in it. It's engrossing and is a testament of Ms Hill's talent that a book that revolves only on a couple (and their sex scenes) did not bore me to death. On the contrary, I liked it. I think it may be because there are feelings involved in that scenes, not the mechanica [...]

    • Quinn says:

      Man, I wish I had the time to write reviews these days, because this was one awesome book. I'd be hard pressed to pick anything about it that I didn't like.If you like PNR or UF, I encourage you to give it a go. A word of warning, though, if you decide to read the first book ahead of this one (which is worth doing as it sets up the world and the characters in this one), just remember that it wasn't quite as good as this one. I liked the first one, but I loved this one.4.5 stars

    • Dark Faerie Tales says:

      Review Courtesy of Dark Faerie TalesQuick & Dirty: Mind-blowingly good sex but a lot of it bogs down the plot. When the plot moves along it is a good story.Opening Sentence: Something was coming.The Review:Raina is half-witch/half-succubus and as such she runs a brothel that is a safe haven for some incubi and succubi. She has created wards around her home that helps protect them from killing the humans they feed off of. She has a familiar, Cathair, a raven. He sometimes delivers some funny [...]

    • Nina says:

      This book is totally great, i kid you not!First of all, the heroine kicked major asses. She was part succubi (in this world; a low caste demon) and part witch. She protected her fellow succubi like a mama lion and I adored her for that. Sure, she's the madam of the house, the owner of some sort of paranormal brothel but she's also a kind person although she didn't let it show. Raina is surely going to be in my top 10 heroine this year. The hero was a complex character. He walked a fine line betw [...]

    • Jessica says:

      Generally enjoyed the romance, except for the end (view spoiler)[I never find the immortal paired with a forever-to-die-and-be-reincarnated mortal satisfying as a HEA (hide spoiler)]. Plus there were some logical inconsistencies with the world building that I found unsatisfying: Like having (internalized) misogyny treated as a genetic imperative when much of the storyline is built around people overcoming learned behavior. There was a disconnect there that bothered me. Still, I'm intrigued enoug [...]

    • Jess says:

      Review posted: Happily Ever After - ReadsI love a bad boy, add to that a bad boy who’s a Dark Guardian, one who has his sights set on a witch, who’s also a succubus and the sparks fly like crazy. Raina is the female alpha and madam of her bordello. She’s able to use her magic and power to keep the other succubi and incubi in her business from killing the customers and in turn provides them a safe place to live. Raina is surrounded by people, the family that she’s made, but she comes acro [...]

    • Karen says:

      Okay, I think this author would normally be waaaaaaaay outside of my comfort zone, but this particular series seems pretty mild-- more urban fantasy with a light overlay of BDSM romantica. I picked it up because I was blogging about the Fifty Shades craze and offering a suggested reading list of romantica/erotica authors, and I don't like doing that without reading at least a little of the subgenre I'm talking about. In Hill's case, she'd been recommended to me as a really good author who was kn [...]

    • E_bookpushers says:

      Ms Hill has done it again. I stayed up until the wee hours of this morning finishing this. The emotional growth, tension, and connection between Raina and Mikhael was so very intense. Both characters were introduced in the first book Something About Witches and while Raina did appear to be mostly good Mikhael on the other had was I thought the bad guy for most of that book. Making me see him as a hero certainly took some doing but it happened. Not only did Ms Hill take me on a journey with the s [...]

    • Julie says:

      Posted at Yummy Men & Kick Ass ChicksIn the Company of Witches is the second book in Joey W Hill’s Arcane Shot series. I find this series teeters between erotica and paranormal romance and it does it very well. This second book was incredibly hot, exploring how the Dom/sub relationship works on the mind of those who crave it and need it yet are afraid of it. Joey does D/s extremely well, showing the reader how such a relationship actually makes her characters stronger and more secure with [...]

    • Amy says:

      Originally posted at fictionvixen/2012/05/r“I was a courtesan,” she said evenly. “Before that I was a straight-out whore. For a short time, I was a ten-buck-a-blow teenaged hooker who hung out in alleys, so messed up and hungry for sustenance I left a couple bodies behind. Now I’m a madam. I enjoy men; I enjoy sex. You have a problem with that, you can go fuck yourself. Literally.”Half succubus, half witch, Raina has made a comfortable life for herself and the succubus/incubi she has t [...]

    • Paranormal Romance says:

      Half Succubus and therefore better in control of her sexual urges and compulsions, the heroine has created a safe haven for all sex demons- a place for them to feel comfortable and understood while at the same time mastering their feeding. She may be a hard bitch and her past experiences as a slave and a whore making her distrustful and a bit of an ice maiden to anyone but her incubi and succubus family but deep down she is vulnerable. Emotionally she in vulnerable but physically and mentally sh [...]

    • Kristie Elston says:

      Originally published at Dark Faerie Tales: darkfaerietales/review-comQuick & Dirty: Mind-blowingly good sex but a lot of it bogs down the plot. When the plot moves along it is a good story.The Review:Raina is half-witch/half-succubus and as such she runs a brothel that is a safe haven for some incubi and succubi. She has created wards around her home that helps protect them from killing the humans they feed off of. She has a familiar, Cathair, a raven. He sometimes delivers some funny moment [...]

    • Ellie says:

      In The Company of Witches, Arcane Shot #2, by Joey W. HillGrade: C“So he was really good at sex. It didn’t mean unicorns would spring out of his backside and the world would be bathed in rainbows.”In the Company of Witches we are given Raina, a half witch half succubus, and Mikhael, a dark guardian. We are first introduced to Rania and Mikhael were in the first Arcane Shot novel Something About Witches where Rania was the heroine Ruby’s best friend and Mikhael was Ruby’s lover. To say [...]

    • Lesley says:

      Two books in and I'm reading thinking of this as being one of my favourite new series. I was really looking forward to finding out how Joey W. Hill was going to make me like Mikhael the Dark Guardian, Mikhael was introduced in the first instalment as the on-off hook up of Ruby before Derek came back on the scene. He wasn't a particularly likable character and his hook ups with Ruby involved pain not love because that's what Ruby needed and wanted at the point in her life. I didn't have much hope [...]

    • Bookaholics says:

      In the Company of the Witches by Joey HillParanormal Romance –May 1st, 20124 ½ starsRough, raw and blazing, this book hallmarks the edgy eroticism of Joey Hills’s books. This is the second book in the Arcane Shot series. It is not necessary to have read the first book, Something About Witches, but the main characters from the first book play prominent roles. Riana is a sexy madam of a bordello. She is half witch and succubus. She is content with her life until a troublesome Dark Guardian ar [...]

    • Lindy says:

      Reviewed for TwoLips Reviews5 Kisses2 Peppers, M/F BDSM (more implied than explicit)We first met Raina in the first book of the series; she's one of Ruby's closest friends. Raina has turned an old southern plantation into a modern day bordello, and her employees are succubi and incubi. Raina herself is half sex demon. She's able to control the powers of her employees so they're able to feed from the sexual energy of their clients without killing them, so the business is pretty successful. It als [...]

    • Marie Ritzer says:

      Arcane Shot Book 2! I must say that I was totally, totally intreged about the hot sexy, DG Mikhael that we were introduced to in book 1 of this series, Something about Witches. He was totally nasty in that one, but I also felt that he had a reason for doing so. In this case, we come to find in Book 2 that he did!Mikhael Roman is a Dark Guardian, even older then Light Guardian Derek Stormwind from the first book, both over a 1000 years old. He is a cop of the Dark and Derek is a cop of the Light. [...]

    • Oluyemi Ige says:

      hot Hot HOT!! Whew, this book blew me away and made me hunger for more. I really enjoy Raina because she is a strong main protagonist. She is practical but also bad ass in in her own way. She stands firm and knows her strengths and weaknesses. Her interest in Mikhael and he is as equally practical with a strong moral code. I love that while Mikhael, and Raina to a much lesser extent, both serve the Dark they don't do it from a place of darkness but rather to the greater good. For them, it's abou [...]

    • Lisa Annesley says:

      4.5*In the Company of Witches is Dark Magic!Raina is a powerful witch who is also part succubus. She runs a bordello in which she employs succubi and incubi who can safely feed without killing their clients, thanks to her magic. One night an incubus runs to Raina for asylum after being forced by a nasty she-demon to steal an artifact from Lucifer. Hot on the trail of the incubus is Mikhael, an immortal Dark Guardian for Lucifer.Mikhael decides to stay at the bordello to keep an eye on the incubu [...]

    • Jennifer says:

      I'll be the first to admit that this series is not my favorite of Joey Hill's. I'm used to more edginess from her. That being said, she's an amazing writer and her character driven stories really pack an emotional punch. The Dark Guardian, Mikhael, and witch/succubus, Raina, find a mutual attraction when an unfortunate incubus shows up at her bordello/plantation house. He's stolen an object of power from Lucifer and Mikhael needs to retrieve it. We get a very, VERY sex heavy book with some nice [...]

    • Deborah Ideiosepius says:

      Started well:1) Loved the concept of a bordello run by and staffed by Incubus and succubus and a witch with a sentient house.2) Initially the tension of attraction between our lead succubus and the 'dark guardian' was good and the sex initially was hot, so up to page 53 I was a fan.Then it went bad. I can overcome the fact that a 'Dark Guardian' thinks the highest form of food is McDonalds and is cognizant of the meaning of 'chick flick'. I CANNOT overcome that pages 50ish to 90ish did nothing b [...]

    • Cindyg says:

      Fantastic story. I fell in love with Mikhael!!! I hated him so much in Ruby and Derek's story but he redeemed himself here and then some.I appreciated Raina strength, loyality and determination. The depth of Riana and Mikhael's feelings for each other jumped out at me. I was cheering for them both right from the start. Their a perfect fitHe needed a snappy spirited lady, someone with a mind of her own and she needed someone who would push her boundries and make her feel safe, someone she could t [...]

    • Donna says:

      If Something About Witches (Arcane Shot #1) was about redemption then In the Company of Witches is about balance. Light and Dark. Too much of one or the other for too long can be detrimental even fatal. In the first book we got to know Derek a light guardian. In this book we get to know Mikhael a dark guardian and find that the goal isn’t too different for them though they do tend to go about getting there differently. And then there is the interaction between Mikhael and Raina a ½ human/ ½ [...]

    • Katherine says:

      I really enjoyed the world building in this book. The hero and heroine are strong and mature and sexy, of course. I found this a refreshing change from Ms. Hill's Nature of Desire series, which I adore, but is sometimes so over the top with angst, emotion and perfect Dom-ness, that they are too heavy. The only thing I missed was the sex scenes - sex is the only way the couple connects at the beginning, yet many if the scenes are closed doors. The build up and anticipation are really well done. I [...]

    • Kellie Kamryn says:

      After reading the first in the series, I couldn't wait to get my hands on the second and this book did not disappoint. While I found it even darker than the first, I believe that's what ultimately drew me into Raina and Mikhael's story. After Mikhael's appearance in the first book, I didn't particularly like him, but this book showed me a completely different side to the Dark Guardian. I loved how Ms. Hill portrayed the idea of serving "the light" from the "dark", showing that all beings have th [...]

    • Bridget says:

      The second book in the Arcane series was wonderful. I so enjoy Hill's writing and creativity. She writes "hot" in a whole new way. Raina is a half human half succubus and all witch. Mikhael is part human and part angel (I would love to know his parents' story) is a Dark Guardian, committed to keeping balance in the underworld domain for eternity. Love how Hill brings her other characters to life from her wide and wonderful universe, even in a small way. Hoping Ramona gets a turn in the series to [...]

    • Storm says:

      I loved everything about this book. Both Raina and Mikhael could kick serious butt and had a dry sense of humour. I was looking forward to seeing how Ms Hill would redeem Mikhael in this book and boy did she do it. By the end of this book I was thinking, Derek? Derek who? It was great to read about characters from the first book, and perhaps getting a sneak peek for the third book. Ms Hill writes awesome paranormal romance centred around relationships and personal growth and conflict. It's beaut [...]

    • Betsy says:

      Characters: bordello owner/sex demon/witch, dark angelWorld Building: continuing from previousPlot: mostly internal, then a big underworld kerfuffle at the endSex: medium - some d/sRead another: MaybeLike the first in this series, there's a lot of psychological exploration, then a big thing, then the end. I'm not sure what to make of the hero's motives, since he was a total bad person in the first book.

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