Witched At Birth (A Paris, Texas Romance Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I enjoyed the story which is about learning to see beyond your own selfish whims. There were a couple of *very* graphic sex scenes which I found myself skimming over in order to get to the story. I honestly didn't need all the details that were given, but I suspect I am in a minority there. Some of the language was rough, but appropriate to the characters. Will I read the next book in the series? Probably when I need some light reading.
Who will like it? Anyone who likes paranormal romances with a good dose of sexual tension (and some sex) or who doesn't mind skimming over several pages. It's a well-done book in the genre.
What happened to Zelda? I dont see anything about her in the other books in this series. There wasn't a mention about her either at the end of this one. Maybe she's part of a different series and just not Paris? I dunno. Being convicted at being a magic abuser Winnie loathes where she has to serve out her probation. Which is in Ben's home with his cute troubled niece Lola. Ben being the nephew of Baba who is her jailer. Honestly, the same was weird and it kept getting changed and that so annoyed me. Anyways, Winnie had a relationship with him. Did it slow and right and after they did the horizontal tango he didnt call her for 3 days...in a female's world thats a no-no. So, naturally she thought he used her and she accidentally blew up his warehouse. He on the other hand was dealing with some things. He really should have told her in some way what had happened. He had a real good excuse for not calling. There was no way Winnie would know to talk to a temp to get his whereabouts. They both screwed the pooch in my opinion. Once it was all straightened out it was an ok read. I dont like it enough to read anymore of her stuff though. Sorry...just not that funny. I think its more light-hearted than anything. Not for 5 bucks anyways. If your looking for that this is what you want. If you want funny and quirky its not what you want. I personally dont recommend it. Lots of people liked it but I didnt.
You couldn't pay me to be Winnie. I felt for her having to drive a douchemobile even though at first glimpse she seemed to be the shallowest witch on earth with few brains to spare. This story is truly about how women can overcome and rise above even when life isn't ideal from the beginning. With the paranormal learning to be normal in this book it's quite a fun approach that I think most readers will enjoy. I have to admit I was a bit lost at the beginning with the banter between Winnie and her equally shallow BFF but once Winnie lands in Paris things start to heat up in more ways than one. Ben the male lead is the type of guy you can take home to mom. If only Winnie and Ben can get their signals uncrossed and their stories straight. You'll have to read the book to find out if they do. No spoilers peeps!
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