Monday, January 2, 2012

First book review of 2012 - "A little Night Magic" by Lucy March

First let me wish everyone a very Healthy, Prosperous and Happy New Year!

I received a copy of "A Little Night Magic" by Lucy March in the mail right before the holiday weekend, and once I started reading it, I didn't want to put it down. 

Olivia "Liv" Kiskey lives in Nodaway Falls and works as a waitress at Crazy Cousin Betty's Waffle House. I like Liv.  She is someone a lot of us can identity with: she has girlfriends she loves, but who sometimes make her mad; she loves a man even though he apparently doesn't share her feelings; and she has a connection to her community, but feels there has to be something more for her out in the world.

Frustrated and embarrassed by unrequited love, she plans to move to Europe and find a new life for herself... well, that was the plan until a couple of strangers come to town, wake the magic within her and turn her life and those of the people she loves upside down.  Will Liv be able to fight the evil that has taken so much away from her -- will she even survive?  Laughter, friendship, love, sadness, fear, anger... it's all in there and worth the read.

I am glad that the book jacket says "Anything's possible in this irresistible new series..." because I want more!

Definitely give this book a four out of five and recommend you pre-order it!


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