Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Review: Blind Lust
Author: Annie Seaton
Publisher: Musa Publishing
Genre: paranormal romance
Length- 65 pages
Reviewer name: Nikki
Rating- 4 Lightning Bolts
A wager between the gods can change your life. Even if you are a witch…
When Venus has a wager with Cupid, that prudish librarian, Lizzy Sweet cannot be enticed to love, she neglects to tell her son that Lizzy is a three hundred year old witch. The first man Lizzy sees after Cupid shoots his arrow is Josh Deegan, a famous country and western singer who has come to town to rediscover his muse, in an old farmhouse haunted by a culinary ghost. Local warlock, Wesley Gordon, who has been hitting on Lizzy to no avail for over one hundred years, is not impressed. The quirky old folk of Silver Valley watch fondly as the battle between love and lust plays out. Leaden and golden arrows zing around, spells are magicked, potions stirred, and ghosts hunted. Who will fall in love and who will let the other go forever?
Review: There's a little bit of betting going on, and the price at stake? Love!
Venus and Cupid are up to their matchmaking antics. To sweeten the deal, they're on a bet. The target is a librarian named Lizzy, that just can't seem to succumb to love. The other target? A down and out country singer by the name of Josh.
In this quirky and fun novella, readers meet a cast of characters that are memorable, enjoyable, and fun. Blind Lust is a great read for any time! I finished the last page with a smile on my face. It's a refreshing and humorous tale. I think readers will be surprised but satisfied at the end.
Need a cheerful, well written read? Check out Blind Lust.
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