A Witch's Handbook of Kisses and Curses
Nola Leary would have been content to stay in Kilcairy, Ireland, healing villagers at her family’s clinic with a mix of magic and modern medicine. But a series of ill-timed omens and a deathbed promise to her grandmother have sent her on a quest to Half-Moon Hollow, Kentucky, to secure her... show more
Nola Leary would have been content to stay in Kilcairy, Ireland, healing villagers at her family’s clinic with a mix of magic and modern medicine. But a series of ill-timed omens and a deathbed promise to her grandmother have sent her on a quest to Half-Moon Hollow, Kentucky, to secure her family’s magical potency for the next generation.
Her supernatural task? To unearth four artifacts hidden by her grandfather before a rival magical family beats her to it.
Complication One: The artifacts are lost somewhere in vampire Jane Jameson’s occult bookshop.
Complication Two: Her new neighbor Jed Trudeau keeps turning up half-naked at the strangest times, a distraction Nola doesn’t need. And teaming up with a real-life Adonis is as dangerous as it sounds, especially since Jed’s got the face of an angel and the abs of a washboard.
Can Nola complete her mission before falling completely under his spell?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2013-05-28
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 338
Edition language: English
Series: Half Moon Hollow (#2)
Review originally featured on Angel's Guilty Pleasures Title: A Witch's Handbook of Kisses and Curses Series: Half-Moon Hollow #2 Author: Molly Harper Genre: Paranormal Romance Publisher: Pocket Books Release Date: May 28th 2013 Format: eBook/Paperback Pages: 338 Source: Library Nol...
Nola is trying to get over the death of her grandmother when her grandmother spirit interrupts her coitus at a very crucial moment. It is enough to send Nola on a trip to the Half-Moon Hollow on a wild goose chase to find four family relic’s that will allow them to maintain their witchy powers. Th...
Didn't particularly love this one like I have the others. Nola was difficult to get a bead on and was also pretty ineffectual as both a leader and a clue gatherer/mystery solver. Things and objects either fell in her lap through the work of Jane and Co. (Yep, Jane and crew are a big part of this sto...
It is no secret that I am a fan of Molly Harper’s books. Her books make me laugh, give me a great escape – and well make me smile in between laughs. Mixed in with the laughs (and maybe wants her books so funny), are quirky family members and a young woman trying to figure out her next life choice. A...