An Alisa Review: Under Five by Michael War


Rating:  4 stars out of 5

Mike is good looking, charming, and has no trouble attracting men—as long as his clothes stay on. But the moment they come off, something always seems to go terribly wrong. When his sister takes him to a faith healer to fix the problem, he is provided with a spell—and left with a lot of doubts.

But after meeting Kevin, Mike decides to give the spell a try…

While there was quite a twist and turn that I didn’t expect in this story it was enjoyable.  Mike can’t help but feel that something is wrong with him that causes him to not have lasting relationships. Though the spell doesn’t do what he expects it eventually gives him the answer he needs.

Mike is self-conscious but at the same time you see him have trouble with listening to others thoughts or problems.  I don’t want to give anything away but when the results of the spell really start to throw a wrench in things you see him really see how he acts.  Mike and his sister both gain more family and acceptance through this story.

The cover art by Aisha Akeju is nice if not typical of many romance novels.

Sales Links: Less Than Three Press | Amazon | B&N

Book Details:

ebook, 41,000 words

Published: May 30, 2018 by Less Than Three Press

ISBN: 9781684312832

Edition Language: English