"bewitching contemporary romance"
In Salem, Massachusetts WHCH TV executive producer Logan
Kilgarven needs a babysitter to watch over his four year
old son Shane; the introverted child was recently dumped on
his father by the kid's mother. Desperate, Logan asks
neighbor Melody Seabright to baby-sit, but she refuses
because she needs to find a job to pay the rent having
recently lost her tour guide position for placing a "curse"
on a patron. Logan offers Melody an opportunity for an
interview with his ice cold boss if she watches Shane; she
agrees. Shane and Melody have a great time together as she
proves to be a disastrous cook.
To Logan's shock Melody gets the job as host of a cooking
show though she cannot boil water without destroying the
environment. Even more stunning, her show is a success as
her bubbly personality as the "Cooking Witch" becomes very
popular to viewers. Even more shocking at least to Logan is
that she has charmed both male Kilgarvens who love her and
want her magic to charm them forever.
This bewitching contemporary romance is a fine tale that
readers will enjoy as Melody is a delightful protagonist
who beguiles the three men in her life (the Kilgarven males
and her boss at the station) as much as she does the
audience. Although Shane is a bit to precocious for a
deserted infant, fans will appreciate his antics anyway.
THE KITCHEN WITCH is a bewitching fun tale.
Reviewed by Harriet Klausner
Posted September 28, 2004
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted January 23, 2007