“Hot lesbian witches! Think about it! It’s fucking genius!” ~Charlie Sheen, Being John Malkovich
That pretty much sums up Femme Noir 2: Charmed in the Big Easy, by Delilah Devlin and Paisley Smith. Hot lesbian witches, doing hot things to hot lesbian ghosts. Now if that ain’t genius, I don’t know what is. And with dark ‘n’ gritty New Orleans as the backdrop? C’mon. Easy money. Possibly the only thing more genius, or at least equally genius, would be hot lesbian vampires. (See Femme Noir 2: Bitten in the Big Easy…)
Under the Rainbow by Paisley Smith
Novice witch MeLeah McKinney is on a mission to retrieve a talisman from the grave of Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau. The relic must be energized via a sex-magick ritual—a tall order since MeLeah has no partner. She decides to gather energy at a live sex show on Bourbon Street. She doesn’t count on help from Celestine Laveau’s ghost, who’s crossed the rainbow bridge to bring ecstasy to the young witch—and serve her own agenda.
Defeating an ancient vampire requires not one talisman, but two…
The Mambo’s Door by Delilah Devlin
Ingrid Kassel isn’t in complete control of her witch powers—especially after drinking a double shot of vampire blood. Attempting to retrieve a candle buried with the Voodoo Queen’s daughter, Ingrid angers the spirit guarding the tomb. She finds herself in a shadowy limbo, where the daughter Marie lives in fear of a demon who also desires the relic. In desperation Marie tricks Ingrid, captures her, seduces her, shows her exquisite pleasure while charging the candle with sex magick…for Marie’s own attempt at freedom from the world of the dead.
Publisher’s Note: For the greatest enjoyment, we recommend reading the books of Femme Noir in series order.