Tongue-in-cheek humor lifts this weird but fun hybrid, part knitting cozy, part paranormal romance, from romance veteran Bretton (Just Desserts). After a classy. Casting Spells By Barbara Bretton – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Casting Spells (Sugar Maple, book 1) by Barbara Bretton – book cover, description, publication history.
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The side brehton on who killed one of the visitors to the town and who is out to get Chloe was ok. That could allow Isadora – the evil Fae queen who’s wanted to rule Sugar Maple and take it back into the mists to Fae – to get her wish.
Preview — Casting Spells by Barbara Bretton. The question is whether the love of a human and the love of sorcerer can sustain the magick of the town.
It’s an occupational hazard. These to have some great chemistry which builds through spelld the story. I even watched my grandmother and great grandmother use spinning wheels to spin wool into yarn. But I did think love was possible. I thought I could flirt with the bartender until my boyfriend arrived but castinh such luck. The author didn’t take any risks with the story line or writing.
I love handmade garments and this is heirloom quality.
I enjoyed the story. Barbara Bretton is currently reading The Queen: You know the kind I mean: Pretty people aren’t supposed to be sad.
I’m the last descendant of Aerynn and if you thought your family was on your case to marry and produce offspring, try having an entire town mixing potions, casting runes, and weaving spells designed to hook you up with Mr. When these two meet, brdtton ignites, sparks fly, and passion explodes! But the town has its first murder, and the state, realizing that they don’t even have a policeman in the town, sends Luke to investigate and set up shop as the new police force.
Depending on the castinb of day and how much wine I’d consumed, I either found her decision achingly casfing or the act of a supremely selfish woman. Chloe owns a knitting shop and there were lots of details that make it apparent that Ms.
The only other human in town or part human is Chloe.
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The descriptions and characters are well thought out and developed and there will be rooms for tears and joy through out the book. It had a verity of paranormal elements with a dash of mystery and spark of magic. My sorceress mother lingered for two spellls while Sorcha and Lilith and all the people who loved her did everything in their power to convince her to stay but in the end Guinevere chose to leave this world to be with the only man she would ever love.
That trope is a spellss off for me and irks me.
She is also half human, so there is doubt she will ever come into her powers. My main complaint is the jumping back and forth between the two lovebirds. I can’t wait to read the rest of the series. Or is it the other way around? In mid-December it’s dark and seriously cold by four-thirty, and only the most intrepid window shopping tourist would even consider strolling down Main Street without at least five layers of clothing.
We had been expecting a busload of fiber fanatics from northern Maine but a caeting early winter blizzard had stopped them somewhere west of Bangor.
Preview — The Queen by Ben Pimlott. Barbsra hand touched his, and we both jumped back as silver-white sparks crackled through the space between us. Barbara Bretton is a new-to-me author, so I had no idea what to expect, but the knitting aspect of this story immediately snagged my interest. I didn’t quite get that far.
Bretton charmingly depicts how love empowers Chloe and awakens Luke to some major surprises. Want to Read saving….
Just in case you were wondering, I usually don’t mention the dumb luck part when I give a workshop. Bretton also has a knack for description without beating you over the head with it. And that is when the sparks start quite literally to fly!
I can feel the difference. May 24, Carla D.
Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. It kinda broke my heart because I really liked this book.
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There wasn’t the slightest bit of magick about me and there never had been. Lynette popped back in. You were the last in your class to start wearing a bra. Especially the cartoonish villain who might as well have been named Cruella de Ville.