"Story has wit and humor as well as passion"

Meredith Albright wanted what most other women want: to fall in love, to pursue her career, and to enjoy spending time with her family. But with an absentee father who is the Grand Wizard of the Domain, a quirky aunt who is determined that Meredith should sharpen her witch skills, and an odd assortment of magical friends, Meredith knows what she wants won't come easy.

When she meets Doctor Bryan Aldwyn, she knows this is the man for her. As they begin to spend time together, she finds herself falling more and more in love with him, but still she hasn't told him her greatest secret; that she is no ordinary woman, she is a witch, much as she wishes she wasn't.

Meredith's emotional strength and Dr. Aldwyn's caring and dedication made this a story that touched the heart as well as the funnybone. I was only disappointed in one scene where a patient died and it seemed Meredith's grief was too short-lived, but other than this small scene I felt the characters were true to their nature. Susan Grace has a talent for storytelling, for gripping the reader with wit and humor as well as passion and I am glad that I had the opportunity to read THE RELUCTANT WITCH.

Reviewed by Michelle Houston
Courtesy Book Isle Paperbacks
Posted December 26, 2002

Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 11, 2006


The Reluctant Witch
by Susan Grace

October 22, 2002
ISBN #1553165772
182 pages
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