"The Christmas magic continues..."
Book Two of the Mistletoe Magic Series is Will's assigned
sister, Maddie Woodward. If you remember from Breath of
Magic, Will, Sparkle and Glimmer are being punished for the
trouble they have caused Santa Claus, and Sparkle, the only
female elf of the three, has issued a challenge. Will hopes
to win said challenge and Sparkle. First though he has to
deal with his assigned Sister. Can he bring Maddie and Zach
together and win the challenge or is this assignment the
end of him and his job?
Maddie Woodward has come home, and despite what her sisters
want, she is here to stay. Now to convince her sisters not
to sell their parents' ranch and let her keep running it.
She knows the death of her parents two months ago was hard
on her sisters as it was on her, but after careful thought
and consideration she quit her job and has nothing to
return to. It's home or nothing. She is just thankful that
her past is no where in sight, or is he?
Zach Brennan has returned from the rodeo circuit and has
also put in an offer to buy the Woodward ranch, the Flying
W. When Maddie shows up he knows he needs her back in his
life as well. Can he convince her that together they can
make a go of the ranch or to have her and her sisters sell
it to him? After ten years, and the hurt he has caused her,
is he up to the challenge of winning her back? He has this
Christmas to find out and with the help of an elf
determined to win a challenge he just may do it.
Desiree Holt has the honor of writting book two of the
Mistletoe Magic Series, Touch of Magic. She
picks up where Breath of Magic leaves off on what the three
elves are doing but this story is about middle sister
Maddie Woodward and Zach Brennan. The reader gets more
inside on what is going on at the ranch and in Maddie's
life. Readers that enjoyed Breath of Magic will enjoy
Touch of Magic as well, as they get to once more
visit the Woodward sisters and the men from their pasts and
hopefully their futures. As well as to see if the three
elves, Will, Sparkle and Glimmer can do some good for a
change and save their jobs.
Reviewed by Stacy Link
Posted December 31, 2008