"A little magic goes a long way"

A WITCH FOR GOOD LUCK combines the love story of Syd and Mel (two immortals), with the story of Elizabeth and Adam (two humans). While Syd endlessly tries to help Elizabeth and Adam fall in love, Mel gently tries to woo the cranky witch while playing her assistant. However, as the saying 'three strikes and you're out' goes, this is her third try to help mortals fall in love. If she fails, she will be doomed to oblivion. Nevertheless, each spell she casts backfires helping to support her 'Bad Witch' reputation.

Elizabeth, unaware of her otherworldly assistance, has escaped a nasty divorce. Losing her good name and reputation in the process, Elizabeth only wants to restore her grandparents' house in Montana so she can turn it into a bed and breakfast. Falling in love with the hunky construction worker wasn't part of the contract, er plan.

Louise Crawford weaves a funny tale of the trials and tribulations that couples encounter on the road to romance. The term 'watch the sparks fly' truly takes on a new meaning and you can't help groaning at the situations the four characters find themselves in. The question, 'is a little magic helpful, or a hindrance?' comes to mind. You'll just have to read the book in order to find out!

Reviewed by Cynthia Eckert
Posted April 3, 2004


Cursed by her foul fairy godmother twin, Sydney Mannville must suffer the dire fate of bringing Elizabeth Benning's true love to her in Montana.

It seemed easy enough.

What she doesn't count on is the difficulty in matchmaking two stubborn humans with a passle of interlopers sticking their fingers in the cauldron, nor the disastrous consequences that arise when a NASTY witch plays cupid.


A Witch For Good Luck
by Louise Crawford

New Concepts Publishing
August 1, 2002
Available: November 10, 2006
ISBN #1586086162
EAN #9781586086169
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