"I am charmed with this story!"
As a high witch, Bronwyn loves her small town life in
Sweet, Texas as well as her job serving as a protector to
the Prim Minster. But everything in her perfect world
changes when a sexy doctor moves into town -- who happens
be a good warlock; she saves the life of a hunky Sheik --
gives her a Lear Jet she can't seem to return; and there
now a hit on her life -- infusing her life with bad
trying to kill her as well as those she protects.
Bronwyn just has self-set rules that she tries to adhere
too: Never date a client or a warlock.
Candace Havens had me in a giggle-fest. CHARMED &
DANGEROUS is written out like you are reading Bronwyn's
diary -- which she started writing after a particularly
nasty warlock tried to kill her. She decided that she
needed to leave something behind so that when her diary
found, her loved ones would know what happened to her.
Rather than beginning with the standard "Dear Diary" or
such she starts out with the number of spells cast; bodies
left in her wake; or returned jets and a few other cute
headers. Hence, the giggle-fest.
While Bronwyn does attract her fair share of danger, she
has a relatively normal life in Sweet. She is remodeling
the house she bought and loves to garden, which also
strengthens her magical abilities. I enjoyed the light
humor interwoven throughout her diary entries because her
job as protecting the Prim Minister (PM as she calls him)
and the Sheik is a little intense.
Her relationship with Sam, the doctor is nothing short of
electric. I really like the fact that even though they
crazy about each other they are trying to have a normal
dating relationship to start out with. Then when Azir the
Sheik enters the picture, I truly feel Bronwyn's
true love versus a serious crush!
CHARMED & DANGEROUS is a fun, light read that isn't just
fluff. Sounds like a contradiction, but read the book,
you'll see what I mean!
Review date: March 31, 2006
Reviewed by Cynthia Eckert
Posted November 11, 2006