The Kitchen Witch by Annette Blair
Date Read: 2010
Do you believe in magic?
IS SHE A GOOD WITCH OR A BAD WITCH?
With a flip of her raven black hair, a flash of her topaz eyes, and a shake of a stick, rumored witch Melody Seabright has cast a spell on single dad Logan Kilgarven. What else can explain what's happening to him? Logan, a television producer, can't seem to concentrate on anything since he met his enchanting new neighbor....
LOGAN HOPES SHE IS BAD, *VERY BAD*.
When Logan agrees to help Melody find a job at his TV station, he never expects the culinary-challenged siren to land her own cooking show. Her charisma keeps things bubbling on the set, and behind the scenes, things are starting to steam up between them. Logan knows he can't resist her charms -- but is there more to their attraction than the here and now? If only he had a crystal ball to show him...
Series: Accidental Witch #1
The Kitchen Witch by Annette Blair: This book would have gotten a 5 if the beginning had not been a little hard to get into. Once the book started rolling (about chapter 5) it was a wonderfully delightful read full of fun and colorful characters. I was impressed with the way the author magically pulled you into each of their lives. Logan and Mel are the Darcy and Bridget of just not getting it but you have to love how everyone else around them does. Shane is really the star of the book (the little boy) and the parents/friends all add a flavor of their own. It was a truly magically fun read!
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