Friday, June 26, 2015

Black Magic Man by Ju Ephraime @juephraime ~ Book Blitz, Trailer and Review

Ephraime has written a paranormal love story that will have you rooting for the villain while sympathizing with the heroine and hero.

Black Magic Man
Genre: Adult Paranormal Romance
Release Date: 11/14/14
Series: Prequel to White Magic Woman
Publisher: ENVISION Business & Computer School Publishing

Jean Louis is a sorcerer, who practices the Black Arts in a unique way. He lives on the Island of St. Lucia where he is pretty much in retirement from the Arts. When he accidentally spotted a woman who awakens the hunter in him, he did not fight it, but welcome the feeling she evokes in him, she made him feel alive and in charge of his game, as he used to be. That the woman was appeared to be happily married matters one iota to him. He sets out to make her his own, but he was in for the fight of his life, literally, because Solange/Lange was having none of it. Matters came to a head when Jean Louis enters her home and left her body and her mind in total chaos. With the help of her husband, Lange set about to destroy him using her knowledge of the Black Arts and that of her ancestors to bring about his demise in a blaze of fire.

"The Black Magic Man has it all! Suspense, romance, lust and passion, in a beautiful locale. What more could you want?"

By PA Jiuditta on June 21, 2015
This book is a rich paranormal erotic romance laced heavily with treachery, desire, and lust—hunger for a forbidden woman happily married. Rich in detail,
with a depth of descriptions and character development, 
the author leaves you longing for a positive ending for everyone.
Can that be?
The struggle between the Dark Forces of Evil and Good was clearly defined, yet like the game from childhood, tug-of-war, the developing story and enrichment of the
characters as they grew had the inevitable pull of back and forth, ratcheting up the
suspense and intrigue. Ms Ephraime has a clear strong style, eloquent, flowingly
articulate and classic weaving love, lust, desire, trickery and tension throughout the fabric of this novel.
The locale is a colorful canvas for this very intriguing story. I have been bitten by the brilliant talent of 
Ms Ephraime and recommend that you indulge yourself in the clever,
artful, mystical entertaining world she constructs of desire amidst black magic and voodoo.
Read more of the 40 or so 5* reviews of Black Magic Man on Amazon

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His laughter could be heard on the night air as he found the woman’s house. He could not enter now, but no one could stop him from watching her, getting his fill of her. He would have her. She would be his exclusively, as it was meant to be… Patience, patience!

Ju Ephraime began writing professionally at age 19; at that time, she wrote short stories for the local radio station in her hometown. She gave up writing to pursue her education and has since earned several degrees, including two Masters and a Doctorate in Higher Education Administration from Northeastern University in Boston. During the course of her schooling, she wrote and published a working curriculum for a career school, a business manual, and its answer key, as well as other literary work. In 2010, she revisited her first love, writing for fun and enjoyment. She writes high heat, steamy, romance novels. The first was State of Ecstasy in the LaCasse series, which was soon followed by, Temptation to Sin, Loving Therèse, #2 in the LaCasse series. Ju has gone on to write several more books, including, The Odor of Violet, on tour this month, Complete Surrender, #3 in the LaCasse series; as well as, a Christmas Novella, Footsteps in the Sand and her award-winning paranormal, White Magic Woman, Quarterfinalist in Amazon Breakthrough Novel Contest, 2013, out of over 10,000 entrants.

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