Tongue-in-cheek humor lifts this weird but fun hybrid, part knitting cozy, part paranormal romance, from romance veteran Bretton (Just Desserts). After a classy. Casting Spells By Barbara Bretton – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Casting Spells (Sugar Maple, book 1) by Barbara Bretton – book cover, description, publication history.
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I didn’t but that was no surprise. And then I showed her the trick that either sent prospective knitters running back to their crochet hooks or won them over forever.
Sometimes I worried that this sudden, unexpected burst of fame and fortune had extended the tourist season beyond the town’s comfort zone. Apr 13, Kelly H.
Looking forward to the next book! My daughter Vonnie can have it open in a heartbeat.
I can see how this book is considered a romance. As Sugar Maple’s temporary police chief, Luke soon notices the village’s odd ambience. MacKenzie’s presence could threaten the very existence of Sugar Maple as he pokes into things better left alone.
Casting Spells by Barbara Bretton – FictionDB
A belated thanks for choosing me to be among your friends, Barbara. They exchanged another one of those knowing glances that reminded me of the housewives of Wisteria Lane. I I had a feeling on who the evil villain would be. I loved that I knew what she was talking about in regards to the knitting references, but it didn’t have the same effect on me that the other knitting cozies have. Shore Lights Paradise Point, 1 3.
Dec 16, What happened to the young lady who died? We take abuse seriously in our discussion boards. You’ll freeze your nipples off. Totally love this book and the sm Usually I am not big on romance books.
Since blocking lace was pretty much my only cardio these days when the wolf whistle sailed overhead I didn’t bother to look up. Well, first I have to introduce the main character’s knitting shop with a quote from the book: Parte que mais se destaca no livro: I was very disappointed. The dialogue was smart, snappy, and flowed effortlessly. Granted, I knew what it was when I started, so I expected certain things: Okay, so maybe it was like reading Sanskrit apparently knitters had their own languagebut I was able to translate enough to know Chloe’s shop was something special My memories of that time were all in soft-focus.
But it was bad enough that even though the whole experience was more than a couple months ago at this point, I simply can’t let it go without at least talking it out.
Mar 07, quinnster rated it liked it. It is sweetsy in the same sort of way. Romance can work, and magic is almost always fun, right?
But actually, all that perfection is supported by magick. And finally, was I entertained? But the spell is unraveling and Chloe, the town’s only hope is now 30 and loveless. It seemed to me that Aerynn’s protective blessing was still getting the job done even if we had had a few close calls over the last year or two. Castint does contain mild violence, but it’s not gory or graphic, however the story is based on a murder mystery.
Casting Spells (Sugar Maple, #1) by Barbara Bretton
Right if she’s to preserve the spell that sustains the town’s unusual residents. Sep 24, Kathleen rated it liked it. There were continued references throughout the story about Luke meeting Gunnar at the restaurant and a glass of wine which mysteriously magically flew bzrbara the table and ended up in Luke’s lap – but it never happened, at least not in my copy. It was sad to see her friends not support her and it was upsetting to see the town not have faith in her. All of those seemingly random decisions we make throughout our lives that turn out to be not so random after all.
I’m not sure I am. The magic felt exactly like watching a Disney movie in the clean up scene I would not have been surprised if someone had said “Bippity Bertton Boo”the plot was force sprlls onto us without scenes to spellss adequate explanations as to why this is happening, and there were tons of simple, childish writing ploys, such as: In mid-December it’s dark and seriously cold by four-thirty, and only the most intrepid window shopping tourist would even consider strolling down Main Street without at least five layers of clothing.