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Adult, Contemporary, Paranormal, Romance
A love spell gone wrong. An interfering ghost. A nosy mind-reading grandmother. And a psychic man-hating mother. To say Sofia Good's life is a mess might be the understatement of the century. But when her visions forecast a love worth fighting for, she's willing to do just about anything to meet the man of her dreams. Grayson Phillips lost his twin brother in a senseless accident, and now he's trying to gain back control by maintaining a safe and uneventful "life plan." But after sexy, quirky Sofia crash lands into his world he's forced to rethink his strategy. When a love spell is cast on the pair -- drawing them together despite the odds -- time will tell what fate has planned for them.
4 out of 5 (very good)
This book certainly bewitched me. It is simply brilliant. The storyline is intricate without getting bogged down with detail. The characters are warm and draw you into their lives. Everything in it seems so "real" - like the grandmother - mother - daughter relationship, or the neighbourly spats. A wonderful read and definitely an author to seek more from.
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *
Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
Viola Estrella loves a story with humor, flawed characters, paranormal elements, and romance. She tries to include these aspects in all that she writes and loves every minute of it. When she’s not reading, writing, or designing book cover art , she’s spending quality time with her husband and sons in their Colorado home.
Viola is a 2010 RITA® finalist. Her Urban Fantasy, ANGEL VINDICATED, was nominated for Best First Book. Recently she was honored by her local RWA chapter, Colorado Romance Writers, with the 2010 Writer of the Year award. She’s represented by Elizabeth Winick Rubinstein from the literary agency McIntosh & Otis.
So…how do you pronounce her name? Good question!
Viola — Not like the instrument, more like the flower. Estrella — With an ay-ya not an el-la. And she dares you to roll the r.