- File Size: 3315 KB
- Print Length: 310 pages
- Publication Date: September 9, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005MEG2BU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #875,265 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Okay I loved the two trouble marker kids they made it interesting. I just didn't like the male or the main female characters.
While the love potion doesn't seem to work on Vanessa, it does on Matilda. Are the feelings growing between them real or are they just under a spell? And what happens when Warren Harrington remembers who Declan is? Will Declan decide to continue to explore these feelings with Miss Candy or is he determined to continue to try and make Vanessa his, even as he starts to realize that Vanessa's beauty may only be skin deep. Will it ever rain in Tanglewood ever again?
I really enjoyed reading the story and rooted for the couple to get their happy ending. How Vanessa's part of the story came to an end was pretty funny as well. I found this story to be very enjoyable and the two romantic leads to be quite likeable as well. The inclusion of the little kids was pretty cute as well.
Only there is a new witch now. Young and pretty and able to bake bread and candy as well as her grandmother.
There is no such things as love potions, but there are aphrodisiacs. And I'm not talking about oysters.
As with such things, accidents happen and the whole town is affected. Now if our hero will just realise he needs his witch and our candy maker realises she deserves a sweet end, everything will be fine.
Great characters and an enjoyable read.
If it was I instead of Matilda I'd probably knocked him upside his head or give him a better chewing out but this is why she was the heroine and not I.
This book has romance. Unlike other stories out there, there is an actual buildup to "love". Admittedly they find each other attractive almost immediately, but that's a common occurrence in these kinds of books. It's how it builds from there that really got me. The characters flirt. They have quiet scenes. And the best part is they aren't always on top of each other. But, yes they do get on top of each other but even then the naughty bits are written quite well (not overly descriptive erotica, but explicit enough to be sexy)
This book has intrigue. One of the main characters even has a revenge plot that actually has consequence to the story. There are many romances out there that forget about their subplots, this isn't one of them. It's well woven into the main narrative.
This book has well rounded characters. In lots of stories there's an insistence that the female leads declare themselves to be strong, only to never prove it in their actions. The female lead in this one has a silent strength that you can feel throughout the book. She makes her own decisions, right or wrong, and doesn't wait for the writer/fate to make them for her. The male is human. He feels like a real person. Most romances forego giving their "prince charmings" a personality. You have to supply your own dreamboat in those cases, but this one is an actual human and screwed up. Even the some of the townspeople and the side characters have humanity in them and go through their own arcs.
This book has annoying children. Okay, this I could have done without, still they do make the world a bit richer. They were a tiny bit two dimensional but do have a nice story arc so I guess I can forgive them.
5 stars. Oh so... soo... sooo good...