"A delightful paranormal"
Frustrated by the nasty attitude of her twin sister,
godmother Sheryece curses her sibling Sydney Mannville the
witch. If Syd fails to bring true love to two mortals, she
will face the eternal fire of oblivion. Feeling a bit
contrite because she knows there is no oblivion or curse
and playing matchmaker, Sheryece sends Melvin the
Magnificent to help her sister. Syd is nasty to Mel who
feels obligated to help because he owes Sheryece.
Elizabeth Benning fled Los Angeles and her vindictive
former husband Jerome to run the Good Luck Inn in Bozeman,
Montana. She hires Adam Gardener to renovate the old inn,
not realizing he works for her former spouse and his job is
to sabotage her inn. Though attracted to one another,
Elizabeth and Adam avoid one another. Meanwhile, Syd
treats Mel with contempt though she cannot stop thinking of
him. As Syd is irritated with her inability to bring Adam
and Elizabeth together, Sheryece is also frustrated with
her failure to bring Syd and Mel together.
Though at times too cute and containing unnecessary
subplots, paranormal romance fans will enjoy the
matchmaking efforts of the twin sisters. Their antics,
especially Syd's make for a fun tale. The amusing story
line contains two love plots as humans and magical beings
struggle with unwanted attractions nudged by a good
godmother. Readers will delight in A WITCH FOR GOOD LUCK
and seek other novels by Louise Crawford.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted August 15, 2002