"humorous chick lit romantic fantasy"
Sweet, Texas High Witch Bronwyn has the Prime Minister of
England as a client. Recently she saved his life in Oslo
and that of Sheik Azir from a warlock and other assassins.
The Sheik has provided Bronwyn with a jet as a thank you
gift, which she does not want because it is too extravagant.
Back in Sweet, Bronwyn meets non-practicing warlock Dr. Sam
McKinney. They are attracted to one another, but Bron has a
policy not to date warlocks as men and magic do not mix
well. Of course enforcing her dictate means practically no
males in her life. As Bron tries to keep Azir safe from his
odious cousin, the Sheik and the doctor fall in love with
her; she likes both though one contains warlock genes and
the other is halfway around the world. Still does she love
either of them and if the answer is yes which one?
This is a humorous chick lit romantic fantasy starring a
delightful protagonist in which Bewitched meets James (make
that Jane) Bond or at least Cody Banks. The story line is
fun to follow even the dreaded bane of the sub- genre lists
seem apropos as they come across as box scores of Bron's
magical usage. Fans will appreciate this fine charmer while
wondering who the dangerous Bron will select as her man.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted September 21, 2005
When Bronwyn turned twenty she took the oath to protect, and for the last five years she's kept that promise, working as a kind of one-witch secret service to the British Prime Minister. Her arsenal includes a combination of potions, spells, explosions, mind-reading tricks, and general butt-kicking skills. But Bronwyn has a soft side, too-especially when it comes to Dr. Sam, the favorite physician of her new hometown, Sweet, Texas. He's smart, funny, adorable, everything she could want in a man. Except he's also a warlock-a big no-no in Bronwyn's book of dating. Being a witch is definitely getting in the way of her sex life. If zapping evil jerks is easy, why is finding a boyfriend so hard?