Monday, January 19, 2015

Saddles and Spells by M.R. Polish

It was the Curse’s fault. There was no other explanation why Alice Young woke up married to a complete stranger. 

After generations of witches in her family succumbing to the Legend of the Lonely Witch, aka the Curse, Alice refuses to surrender her magic to the land. And that’s exactly what will happen if she doesn’t find true love. Stupid cliché hex anyway. 

Reese Mahoney doesn’t understand what he’s doing in Nevada. He should be on his way back to Wyoming. Back to the land he loves. But one night in Vegas changed everything. Now he’s torn between his dream of owning his own ranch and doing what’s right. Only problem is that his dreams are changing and he’s determined to help the woman he can legally call his wife be happy. Except, it’s a little hard when she turns down every attempt he makes.

My Review:

Alice is slowly losing her magic her to the land all due to a curse that an ancestor had placed on the clan.  The only way to break this curse is to find true love.  After waking up married to man that she doesn't remember, she leaves for home.  

Reese is on his way home and winds up married, problem is he can't seem to get her out of his head, so he heads out looking for her.  He finds her only to find out that her ranch is desperate need of help and decides that he will try convince her that he wants to be her husband in every way...big problem for him, she turns him down all the time :)

M.R. Polish does it again!  I absolutely love her work and this one wasn't any different.  I loved the witches and of course who doesn't love a cowboy ;)  The story flows well and you can't help but cheer on Reese as he tries to make Alice see that he is "husband" material.  The characters are great and well definied and I absolutely loved Candy!  I hope we see more of her in other books!  Definitely a must read!!

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