Book Reviews of The Kitchen Witch (Accidental Witch, Bk 1)

The Kitchen Witch (Accidental Witch, Bk 1)
The Kitchen Witch - Accidental Witch, Bk 1
Author: Annette Blair
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780425198810
ISBN-10: 0425198812
Publication Date: 10/5/2004
Pages: 310
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 455 ratings
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 16
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.
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Helpful Score: 11
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.
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Helpful Score: 10
Did not like it at all. Not what I was expecting and should not be classified as paranormal.
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Helpful Score: 7
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.
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Helpful Score: 5
Not a paranormal romance but more of a romantic comedy. If you are looking for a fun read,look no further.
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Helpful Score: 4
I read the second book first but it didn't matter. This isn't so much a real paranormal book as a quirky romance. I did like the book though and would definitely read more from this author.
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Helpful Score: 3
A Berkley Sensation Contemporary Romance set in Salem, Mass. Good dialogue, except for the 4 year old son, who was not credible. Funny and sexy. Altogether enjoyable.
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Helpful Score: 2
It was okay... a little too "happily ever after" for my usual taste. I found myself constantly berating Melody and Logan for their dense headed-ness in denying their feelings for each other. If they're both too stupid to go for the gusto when it's dumped right in their lap, then they deserve to be miserable! Fortunately, like all romances, both realize their true feelings and all is well.

Was Melody really a Witch? Well, they live in Salem, Massachusetts, and Melody has a cooking show named "The Kitchen Witch", a herb garden in her backyard, a purple front door with bright yellow stars, and a friend Kira who's also a Witch. Plus she has her "spells" and incantations she does during her cooking show. So I suspect she probably is, as her zest for life would seem to indicate.

But Melody's character, were she a true Witch, would've embraced the superficial differences she believed existed between herself and Logan, instead of trying to deny and supress the constant electricity between them. A Witch will go for what they want out of life, bring it into manifestation so to speak. So throughout the book, her actions had me doubting she was anything more than a Witch wanna-be. But there was never enough emphasis placed on any of her magickal workings to truly judge one way or another.

Logan's fear of trusting someone who claims to be a witch, while he himself lives in Salem, is pretty laughable. Is she really a Witch? he keeps asking himself. I don't think being a Witchwhich is something I openly admit myself to anyone who askshas the negative connotation it once had long ago, so I didn't care for Logan's inital aversion to Witches given where he lives (and grew up). Truth be told, it kind of made me like his character less.

I know it probably sounds like I'm being fairly harsh on this book, but I must say that despite all the criticism I gave it above, the story held my interest enough to keep me reading. So for those whom romance is their favorite reading genre, and who maybe aren't as critical as I am with regards to Witchcraft stuff, they might like this book better than I did. As it is, I gave it a 6 because to me, anything less than a 5 would indicate I had to struggle through it and almost didn't finish it, which certainly wasn't the case here. With the sole exception of Melody's denying her feelings for Logan, I admired her zest for life, a characteristic I strongly embrace in myself. Live for the moment!
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Helpful Score: 2
The story line in this book was cute however, the main focus was all about sex. I'm not really into books that are like that.

Is she a good witch or a bad witch?
With a flip of her raven black hair, a flash of her topaz eyes, and a shake of a stick, rumored witch Melody Seabright has cast a spell on single dad Logan Kilgarven. What else can explain what's happening to him? Logan, a television producer, can't seem to concentrate on anything since he met his enchanting new neighbor...

Logan hopes she is bad, very bad.
When Logan agrees to help Melody find a job at his TV station, he never expects the culinary-challenged siren to land her own cooking show. Her charisma keeps things bubbling on the set, and behind the scenes, things are starting to steam up between them. Logan knows he can't resist her charms--but is there more to their attraction than the here and now? If only he had a crystal ball to show him...
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Helpful Score: 2
I really liked this story. Even though, you never see any real evidence that Melody is infact a real 'witch", it's still a cute romantic story. I hope the next 2 in the series are as good.
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Helpful Score: 2
I was expecting a paranormal romance based upon the blurb and was sorely disappointed. There's nothing paranormal about it. It's a standard romance with fill-in-the-blank names and a threadbare plot. It has some funny parts (the TV cook's early cooking disasters for one), but that doesn't save it from a tired, done to death storyline. Also, the whole "I want her, but can't have her because I'm such a great dad" went on for way, way, way, way, WAY too long (and was annoying as all get out)! If you like straight romances and don't mind the fact that the ending is as predictible as the rest of the book, you'll enjoy reading this- otherwise, skip it!
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Helpful Score: 2
This book was just awful. I couldn't get past 70 pages, even though I was really hoping for an improvement. It's not paranormal at all. It's just about some wanna be who pretends to be a witch because the town rumors say she's one. The writing style is also very lame. I felt like I was reading a book written in the style of a chapter book for kids but with porn thrown in so it could be marketed to adults. Disappointed because I had read another book from this author awhile back that was much better.
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Helpful Score: 2
Well...not sure why this was listed as a PARANORMAL romance...I think the only "paranormal" about this book, was the title, and the marketing of Mel as a "witch".
This was a romance, through and through. Cutesy story, but good grief! How many times could two people keep thinking that they're nuts over each other, but "they're the wrong one for me!" Boo Hoo....gimme a break! Back to REAL paranormal for me! ;o)
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Helpful Score: 2
This book was not what I expected. It really is more of a just a traditional romance with the whimsy of a possible witch. The beginning half of the book was very frustrating to read. It was the same situation written over and over again. The second half of the book got more into the lives of the characters, but it did feel jumpy. You would read the ending of a chapter were the character had one thought and emotion about certain situations, only to turn the page and find that without any words being said about it they had changed thier mind. Although it was not a horrible read, I do not find myself compelled to read the rest of the series.
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Helpful Score: 1
Part of a series. Great fun and enjoyable.
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Helpful Score: 1
Cute fluff with no substance.
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Helpful Score: 1
Cute little romance comedy. It's not a paranormal romance so don't expect it. Everything about this book is cute. It's a fun, light read with some charming characters.
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Helpful Score: 1
A wonderfully funny, sexy, heartwarming tale about a culinary challenged witch who lands herself a cooking show in Salem, MA, her upstairs neighbor, the station producer, and his young son who find themselves becoming a family. Very well done! I'll be looking for more by this author.
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Helpful Score: 1
One of my favorite romances. Very modern and spunky.
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Helpful Score: 1
A pretty good book, although there were a few times I wanted to smack the leading man...
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Helpful Score: 1
a cute read, great for the pool or just need something light. Sweet romance between the characters. I am continuing to read series...
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Helpful Score: 1
Very fun book - a good beach read - light but very entertaining! It is the first I have read by Annette Blair but I can't wait to read the second one. Thoroughly enjoyed this book and I know you will also. Carol
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Helpful Score: 1
Could never get into this one...I'm still trying but other books grab and keep my attention better than this one. Other books by this author are entertaining but won't be on my keeper bookshelf.
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Helpful Score: 1
Fast, funny read. Good for Katie McAlister fans.
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Helpful Score: 1
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Set in Old Salem around the Halloween season, this charming romantic comedy features a wacky, if good-hearted, self-proclaimed witch and her upstairs neighbor, a reformed bad boy trying to be a responsible father to his adorable four-year-old son, Shane. Needing a reliable baby sitter, Logan Kilgarven agrees to an exchange: he will find a job for Melody at the local TV station, where he is a producer, and she will be on call to baby sit Shane as needed. Melody, however, spurns his offer of a secretarial position, countering with a bid for a cooking show. The catch? Melody can't cook. At all. But with a combination of sex appeal and well-developed marketing skills, she sells the station owner on the concept, and several spicy encounters in elevators and on counters and desktops are the inevitable result. With both of them fighting their feelings, and several matchmakers as well as one marplot stirring the cauldron, Blair has crafted a fun and sexy romp.
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Helpful Score: 1
When Logan Kilgarven hired a his flaky rich girl rumored witch neighbor Melody Seabright to watch his son Shane he never expected he would find the new star of his stations cooking show. There's only one problem she may be bright & charismatic but she cant cook to save her life. What's the solution, well isn't it obvious, she'll claim Shane is her child so they can get free day care at the station in exchange for some cooking lessons. Things are going great & Logan gets to quit fearing that he will lose his job but there is still a problem, Shane is falling in love with Melody & Logan just may have found his son a new mother no matter how much he tries to deny his fillings. Very cute, light read. There are lots of laughs to be had when Melody is in the Kitchen, with everything from eyeball soup to exploding turkeys. She may not be the worlds greatest cook but you just can't help but love her.
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Helpful Score: 1
Very quick read with a few chuckles but absolutely no excitement. Very predictable.
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Helpful Score: 1
The title alone leads you to believe this will be a paranormal romance, but it truly is not.

There is a small amount of 'is she a witch' & a friend who is supposedly a witch, but really the only thing witch related is as a gimmick for the female lead to land a job as a cooking show host.

Once I got over the initial disappointment, I was disappointed again because this was just an average romance book. Nothing jumped out & grabbed me - no humor, no spark, flat characters, etc...

We oh-so-briefly met Kira, who is featured in book #2, but not enough to make me want to read more from this series.
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Just couldn't get into this one. I bounce around between genres quite a bit, but nothing really hooked me, the only bright spot for me was Logan's son. But after trying to read it for a week I just decided to pass it along.
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Very light and cute. It is definitely a Romantic Comedy type book vs. paranomal romance. Enjoyed the book and was fun.
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I loved this book. It was a fun, romantic comedy with a twist.
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Melody is rumored to be a witch. Logan is a single dad, who's having trouble resisting her spell. A good fun read.
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I really wanted to like this book. It sounded so cute. First of all, it shouldn't take over 100 pages to describe the sexual tension between 2 people. I found myself saying "get it over with!!" but not that nicely......lol

The story was very slow to start. But I am one of those people that once I start a book I have to suffer through it. So I did, but I shouldn't have. I will NOT read anymore of the series and will think before choosing any books by this author again.
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A fun book that moves very quickly after the first few chapters. It is not a paranormal romance, but is a full-on sexy, fun romance. Really liked the characters and enjoyed the culmination of the story.
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I really enjoyed Annette Blair's "The Kitchen Witch" so much. The storyline was great and romantic. The book was a good prequel to the Triplet Witches series. It introduced the connecting characters of Kira, Vicki and Melody and their mates. It proved he premiss that love conquers all.
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Funny quick read!!! A laugh out loud delight! Don't miss it.
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Very cute storyline. Gives a new spin to a romance story.
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great series
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This is a really fun and sexy book!
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Annette Blair is one of my new fave authors. I love her books and especially her witch books. This book is funny, characters are lovable, and i am in lurve with the hero, pure alpha male all the way! Great book gotta read

Tip: Read the Accidental Witch Trilogy first and then the triplet witch trilogy, because the triplets are introduced in the last book of the accidental witch trilogy!

Accidental Witch Trilogy:
#1 the kitchen witch
#2 my favorite witch
#3 the scot, the witch and the wardrobe

Triplet Witch Trilogy
#1 (#4) sex and the psychic witch
#2 (#5) gone with the witch
#3 (#6) never been witched
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Brain candy. But well written and a fun, quick read.
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Very fun read from start to finish!
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Really good read. I will read the whole series.
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Interesting read with a cute romance. Didn't really have any real witchcraft but I am told the series gets better.
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Great book. I loved it!!!
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Loved this book. Plot was good, characters were cute and funny. Good interplay between the characters. Overall a great read and a cute book. I will definately be moving on in the series. This book is a keeper!
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This is a really quick and cute read.
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Quirky continuity series that is a fun read.
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I couldn't stop reading! The characters are stubborn, broken, lovely, and real.
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light reading, fun to read at halloween.
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This was a fantastic, fun read. Very well written, I laughed and cried; could not put it down. Will definately be looking for more from this writer!

Set in Old Salem around the Halloween season, this charming romantic comedy features a wacky, if good-hearted, self-proclaimed witch and her upstairs neighbor, a reformed bad boy trying to be a responsible father to his adorable four-year-old son, Shane.

Needing a reliable baby sitter, Logan Kilgarven agrees to an exchange: he will find a job for Melody at the local TV station, where he is a producer, and she will be on call to baby sit Shane as needed. Melody, however, spurns his offer of a secretarial position, countering with a bid for a cooking show. The catch? Melody can't cook. At all.

But with a combination of sex appeal and well-developed marketing skills, she sells the station owner on the concept, and several spicy encounters in elevators and on counters and desktops are the inevitable result. With both of them fighting their feelings, and several matchmakers as well as one marplot stirring the cauldron, Blair has crafted a fun and sexy romp.
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Do you believe in magic?
Melody Seabright has cast a spell on single dad Logan. What else can explain whats happening to him? When Logan agrees to help Melody find a job at his tv station he never expects the cullinary-challenged siren to land her own cooking show. Logan knows he can't resist her charms, but is there more to their attraction then the here and now?
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This book is so great. Its not too long. The chemistry between the two main characters is super hot. You can't wait for these two to get together. Perfect.
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An okay read if you like this type of book. Light, fluffy romance.
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With a flip of her raven black hair, a flash of her topaz eyes, and a shake of a stick, rumored witch Melody Seabright has cast a spell on single dad Logan Kilgarven. What else can explain what's happening to him? Logan, a television producer, can't seem to concentrate on anything since he met his enchanting new neighbor.... When Logan agrees to help Melody find a job at his TV station, he never expects the culinary-challenged siren to land her own cooking show. Her charisma keeps things bubbling on the set, and behind the scenes, things are starting to steam up between them. Logan knows he can't resist her charms--But is there more to their attraction than the here and now? If only he had a crystal ball to show him.....
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funny chic-lit.. very nice read
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light read, cute story
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Is she a good witch or a bad witch? With a flip of her raven black hair, a flash of her topaz eyes, and a shake of a stick, rumored witch Melody Seabright has cast a spell on single dad Logan Kilgarven. Nice easy fun read.
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very cute funny lite read!
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A witch with a TV cooking show!
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It was a fun read. A comical romance.
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I enjoyed this book. It was a fun enjoyable read.
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Very funny and quirky
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Very cute story.

Is she a good witch or a bad witch?
With a flip of her raven blacke hair, a flash of ther topaz eyes, and a shake of a stick, rumored witch Melody Seabright has cast a spell on single dad Logan Kilgarven. What else can explain what's happening to him? logan, a television producer, can't seem to concentrate on anything since he met his enchanting new neighbor...

Logan hopes she is bad, very bad.
When Logan agrees to help Melody find a job at his TV station, he never expects the culinary-challenged siren to land her own cooking show. Her charisma keeps things bubbling on the set, and behind the scenes, things are starteing to steam up between them. Logan knows he can't resist her charms--but is there more to their attraction than the here and now? If only he had a crystal ball to show him...
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This was the first time I read this author. I have ordered her second book in this series here on site. An author that I will look for from now on.
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A lighthearted read!
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A cute little romance read with a single dad as the handsome man.
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A fun romp of a book! Melody, a witch who literally can't cook, lands her own cooking show and causes things to heat up with television station employee Logan. My only complaint is that although the book is wonderful fun, it seems drawn out and "padded" at times to stretch a shorter story into novel length. It is still very well worth the read if you like this sort of romance!
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This was my first book by Annette Blair and I am definitely going to be reading more by her! This book was hilarious! There were places in every chapter where I was laughing about something or other. The two main characters are very well developed and the tension between them throughout the book until close to the end, was done very well. I definitely would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Mary Janice Davison's Queen Betsy series. Though this is not necessarily about witches or anything "paranormal" I still think that Betsy fans will enjoy this book as much as I did!
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Real cute story full of magic
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Great book!! Lots of fun and romance, in Salem, Mass. Does the kitchen witch love her upstairs neighbor? Or has she just fallen in love with his little son? And what will the bosses daughter do to get her way? (almost anything, it turns out)

Enjoy a the local goings on for Halloween, and watch the romance bloom.
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I liked the story line. it was a ok read. just not what I thought it was.
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Humorous, witty and engaging, excellent entertainment.
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This was an incredibly fun read! The characters are a hoot!
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Modern romance that is funny and has it all.
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First book I read by this author, was good, funny and down to earth.
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A book set in Salem, Massachusetts, must be about witches. Of course. In this case, the witch is in the kitchen on a TV cooking show. It must be magic because she doesn't even know how to cook! She is gorgeous, she has a brain that knows how to package herself and the concept for a show and she wins through, despite many, many disasters and near disasters. She also brings magic into the life of her boss and his young son who has been abandoned by his flighty mom who is giving up custody. A delicious romp!
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What a wonderful, funny, romantic, sexy story. I couldn't put it down.
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cute story!
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Excellent!
Funny!
Well Written!
Wish she's write more like this!
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Very cute story!!
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Awesome contemporary romance book!

Set in Old Salem around the Halloween season, this charming romantic comedy features a wacky, if good-hearted, self-proclaimed witch and her upstairs neighbor, a reformed bad boy trying to be a responsible father to his adorable four-year-old son, Shane. Needing a reliable baby sitter, Logan Kilgarven agrees to an exchange: he will find a job for Melody at the local TV station, where he is a producer, and she will be on call to baby sit Shane as needed. Melody, however, spurns his offer of a secretarial position, countering with a bid for a cooking show. The catch? Melody can't cook. At all. But with a combination of sex appeal and well-developed marketing skills, she sells the station owner on the concept, and several spicy encounters in elevators and on counters and desktops are the inevitable result. With both of them fighting their feelings, and several matchmakers as well as one marplot stirring the cauldron, Blair has crafted a fun and sexy romp.
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This was a fairly good book.
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funny quirky
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Really disliked this book. Could not even finish it.
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Cute chick lit read.
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Loved this book! It reminds you of a modern day Samantha from Bewitched.
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Great fun to read!
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Great book!
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Cute light read.
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loved it
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cute book.
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The first witch book
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With a flip of her raven black hair, a flash of her topaz eyes, and the shake of a stick, rumored witch Melody Seabright has cast a spell on single dad Logan Kilgarven. What else can explain what is happening to him....?"
Book is in good cond.