[Review] Witch’s Conubine by Cara Carnes

Witch’s Concubine
by Cara Carnes
Genre: Paranormal Romance
What does a witch do when the only vampire strong enough to lift her curse is in jail?
Break him out, of course. Macy Davenport has two weeks to purge the familial course or she’ll suffer a sex-starved eternity. Finding a vampire strong enough to handle her rare dragon witch powers wasn’t easy. But Doctor Death comes with a very high price and a string of complications. Nothing stands between a cursed witch and her quarry.
Prince Dmitri Siysky, aka Doctor Death, doesn’t have time for the fiery dragon witch, even if her carnal dilemma offers interesting compensation. There’s an underground slave ring selling vampires and he’s been sent the witches responsible. He expected trouble, but he never anticipated Macy.


Macy is a dragon witch, and she has two weeks to break a curse or spend eternity sex-starved. In order to break the curse she needs  powerful vampire capable to cope with her powers.
Enter Dr Death (firstly I laughed at that name) or rather Dmitri Siysky as she much prefers to call him. He is being held prisoner at the Imperial Station and she cuts a deal with him that not only sees her free of the curse but he is released as well.
I enjoyed this Wicked Tale, but there were a few inconstancy with the story = the main one being the curse, first we are told that Macy has the curse from her mother then it was her that caused the curse,…… other than those things it was a good story and I would love to read more of the characters in it.
4 stars

Born in small-town Texas, Cara Carnes was a princess, a pirate, fashion model, actress, rock star and Jon Bon Jovi’s wife all before the age of 13.In reality, her fascination for enthralling worlds took seed somewhere amidst a somewhat dull day job and a wonderful life filled with family and friends. When she’s not cemented to her chair, Cara loves travelling, photography and reading.

15 Fun/Wacky Facts about Cara, Cara’s Worlds and Her Writing

  1. Witch’s Concubine is the first book in a new series titled Hexed.
  2. The second book features Macy’s BFF, Sarah. She’s a water witch with a huge problem—she suffers from aquaphobia.
  3. Almost every book I’ve written has a scene around or in water. This wasn’t done intentionally—it’s sort of evolved organically and was actually noticed by a very astute fan, who found it very interesting and asked why.
  4. If you’re reading The Rending series—a paranormal/sci-fi/urban fantasy style dystopian—did you know there’s a website? Check out www.therendingseries.com for the latest information.
  5. In the next month, I’m beginning a free read from The Rending series. It will be going out in chapters through her newsletter. 
  6. If you want the absolute latest and the first crack at free reads, etc, join my Facebook group, Cara’s Cohorts.  
  7. I’m a plotter. If I create a world, I won’t write in that world until I’ve got enough conflict and plot threads to sustain at least the first three books.
  8. I’m addicted to post-it notes, which is probably why I do story boards for every book—even the short ones. It’s an excuse to play with sticky notes and colored sharpies.
  9. There’s no real writing ritual when I write, but there’d better be caffeine involved.
  10. In the Rending series, the sectors (Hell’s Highway, Hell’s Playground, etc) were assigned by using the Interstate system. And there’s a map . Redemption is an area in the Dallas area where I-35 bubbles into two different sections. The area in the middle is Redemption in The Rending Series.
  11. Phoenix Rising was my first delve into NA. I personally loved writing paranormal NA. I’ve written two books in the Phoenix series and plan to conclude book three in the next few months.
  12. I have 6 established worlds in paranormal and futuristic/sci-fi I haven’t written in yet. I’m planning to roll out a new one in 2016.
  13. I grew up reading Zebra Historicals but haven’t actually written a historical romance. While I love, love, love them I find myself more drawn to paranormal, sci-fi and contemporary romance genres.
  14. One of the first paranormal authors I met that I absolutely loved her writing was Sherilyn Kenyon. It was at an RWA conference and I had to be cool and not go all fangirl on her because she I met her through a mutual friend. We had a meal together and I swear it was probably one of the only times I wasn’t paying attention to my food. LOL
  15. I’m addicted to sunflower seeds. When stressed while writing, I must have them around.




I am Fee, a 30 -something SAHM bookworm! I love to read, and will read almost anything and everything. I am not afraid to try new genres of books and my main genre is horror, thriller.

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