A Man Worth Fighting For (Wiccan Haus #2) Kindle Edition
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|Length: 89 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Top Customer Reviews
This was a fun, quick read in which the plot spins around the difficulty the hero and heroine have communicating with each other. They both think they're doing the other a favor, but in truth they're effectively sabotaging themselves.
AMWFF has a tidy, happily-ever-after ending. The only thing more I could have wanted was to know what kind of otherworldly creature, exactly, Tom is.
The Wiccan Haus series is becoming a favorite of mine! A Man Worth Fighting For is the 2nd book in the Wiccan Haus series and flows seamlessly from the first. The new characters are compelling and you learn a little more about the Wiccan Haus workers, too. Exciting and fast-paced, this story is a winner! I hope the future Wiccan Haus books go more into detail about the types of Paras.
Wiccan Haus Series: Shifting Hearts (1), A Man Worth Fighting For (2)
I really like Holly. She is so much stronger than the thinks she is and that strength radiated from every page. She just needed to discover it.
Justin? Justin started out as the typical “I’m a man, I’m injured, I don’t need anybody and I don’t deserve them because I’m not whole” guy. Fortunately for both Holly and him, Wiccan House (and Holly) helped mend his broken spirit, which helped heal the rest of him.
While Holly and Justin are human, other paras are woven throughout the story and you get a good taste for the ambience of Wiccan Haus. With the addition of the subplot (betrayal, attempted murder and more) this book held my rapt attention from start to finish.
I adore character-driven stories (which is what a romance should be) and HEAs. I got both with A Man Worth Fighting For.