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No Shoes, No Shirt, No Spells (2011)

by Rose Pressey(Favorite Author)
3.74 of 5 Votes: 2
Rose Pressey
Mystic Cafe
review 1: I really enjoyed this book as it is really quite original in its story line. After some unexpected magical mishaps we find ourselves dragged into the life of Elly and I was entrapped until the end. Leaving the big city and her exfiance behind, Elly comes back to her roots when Grandma Imelda calls giving her the chance to start over in life by running the cafe her Grandma has been running for years. The humor starts when Elly finds out she isn't just the average woman but in fact carrying on a mystical legacy that has been keeping the town up and running for years! The humor starts when Imelda leaves without training Elly how to really use her gift. There are a few twists in the story and sometimes I wondered if the romance in the book was actually going to be for th... moree other guy. It was just really good clean fun, filled with small town life and a bit of magic. I caught myself laughing out loud a few times and will look forward to reading more from this author.
review 2: A good, light read. Surprisingly enough, I really liked the heroine (which is rare in supernatural books, at least the ones I've read) and though I didn't like who she ended up with, I understand why she did. I may read the other books, but I've got a couple other reads to get through before considering continuing with the series.Congratulations, Rose Pressey, for not writing the usual paranormal romance that makes me gag. less
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Fun book! Keeps your interest, nice storyline, hard to put down.
This is a curl up and waste the day away book.
another wonderful book!
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