Yeah, I should know better than to expect to love this kind of romance novel, as it's not my preferred genre, but this one bugged me quite a bit. It is so repetitive; "Logan is so wrong for me but I want him" and "Melody is so wrong for me but I want her" take up about the first half of the book. Ugh. It just bugged the crap out of me after a while. I wanted the story to move forward and it didn't until the last few chapters. Now it wasn't totally horrible, just not very good either.
Anyone worrying that this is a how-to witch book will be sorely disappointed. It is most definitely a romance, but the main character may be a witch. She does have the wand, hat and broom. She also has a father, who thinks money is love, and a need to find a job, since a spell cost her the last one.
Logan is a reformed bad boy who has become a stuffed shirt. He has a new job and no one available to baby-sit his four-year-old son. He convinces Melody to baby-sit after agreeing to find her a job at the TV station. She takes him up on the offer, but not quite in the way he expected.
One very mismatched couple, three meddling parents/friend, and an adorable little boy make for an interesting story.
Did not like it at all. Not what I was expecting and should not be classified as paranormal.
Melody is charming and disaster seems to follow her.
An engaging story of how she finds her calling as a TV cook.
Logan is a single father trying to get things together after recently becoming a full time Dad.
Great story of how they each compliment the other to make their lives richer.
Not a paranormal romance but more of a romantic comedy. If you are looking for a fun read,look no further.