I can't express my excitement in seeing the email that I was approved for this book after waiting over two months! I will admit that after the first month of no notification, I requested it again thinking that they'd forgotten about me. Lol
I love Beverly Jenkins historical romances. I've read over 7 of them. My elder sister gave me one of her books to read and that was that. Their won't be any sleep happening tonight as I know this will be a page turner. Ms. Jenkins never disappoints. I don't think she will this time either.
Thank you Harper Collins, Avon Books, Edelweiss and Pam Jaffee.
I've started this series out of sequence. I'd requested this one for review, but when approved I went to download and it was already archived. So, I just kept going. Now I am going backwards, before I finish Magnolia Drive, to read Angels Landing. I had to purchase AL because my sister started the series on Sunday and realized books were missing. She too was reading them out of sequence.
*My brain not on A game today. Please forgive jumbled ramble, but I will keep trying.
**I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review**
Bernice Sutton was in witch prison. The problem is, she didn't know she was a witch and nobody will believe her. Miss Fee, a cross-dressing talking cat, decided he was her familiar and wouldn't take no for an answer. When she's paroled to Paris, Texas, she just wants to do her time, move on, and forget the word witch. Only, Ridge Donovan, the warlock she's forced to work for, is making it pretty tempting to figure everything out and possibly stay.
The first thing I have to say is: I WANT A MISS FEE!!!! He was like me, but in cat form!!! He had me in stitches. Anyways, I loved following Bernice on this journey as she had to figure out who she really is and possibly find a real home and family while she is at it. The author has a way of drawing you in not only with the main characters, but also with all of the characters in the town as well as people whose stories I've had the pleasure of reading about. Just overall great story, great plot. I can't wait to read more from this author. I highly recommend.