Friday, February 02, 2007

Hex and the Single Girl by Valerie Frankel

Hex and the Single Girl by Valerie Frankel
Paranormal Romance

One of my first Paranormal Romances! Emma, 'The Good Witch', makes a living (or lack there of) by transmitting pictures of her clients into the thoughts of men in hopes of getting her clients dates. But with a new she-devil of a client, she starts to question herself and her life. Of course, such a book isn't complete without a hunk (and this one happens to be rich AND British) by the name of William Dearborn, who Emma has an instant connection with. But he is the guy that she is supposed to be transmitting pictures to for her new client. Dare she mix work with pleasure?
This was a really cute and fun book. The story flowed pretty smoothly with enough suspense and romance to keep me turning the pages. Emma and William were both easy to like, and all of the other characters were very quirky. I'd love to read a side story about Victor! He was a laugh. Although at points there were so many back characters around (specifically when she was inviting people for her party) that I couldn't quite remember who was who. If you're looking for a cute, fluffy read you should consider picking this one up.



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