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The Language Of Spells (2013)

by Sarah Painter(Favorite Author)
3.75 of 5 Votes: 2
Carina UK
review 1: Best-selling 'Language of Spells' has it all, really - suspense, romance, magic, family politics and intrigue. Added to this Sarah Painter creates a likeable heroine in Gwen, and thanks to Sarah's flowing prose, 'Language of Spells' is a satisfying and engrossing read. I loved in particular the will they/won't they dynamic between Gwen and former flame Cam - always a finely balanced piece to pull off, and Sarah handles it beautifully. I really had intended to have an early night last night, but suddenly it was almost Witching Hour and I was 95% through on my Kindle, so just had to finish! A big well done to my fellow Carina UK author on a magical debut.
review 2: The Language of Spells was a unique find that I am so happy I picked up! After inheriting a house f
... morerom her great-aunt (who she hasn't had contact with for quite some time), Gwen Harper stirs up a bit of trouble in the small town due to Iris's reputation. But Gwen has her own past, especially with the gorgeous, hot-shot lawyer, Cameron Laing. Gwen tries to rekindle her relationship with her sister and niece, and finds herself in a spot of trouble when someone seems to have it out for her. This book was unlike anything I've ever read; women's fiction with a dash of magic that will sweep you under it's spell from page one. less
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I really don't like dumb and oblivious heroines.
very cute.
Loved it.
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