Samuel Roberts has moved and begun a new life as he tries desperately to get over a relationship with Susan. Unable to keep her from the danger that seems to follow him, she has moved on, leaving him free to find love again.
In The Wiccan Witch of the Midwest by Scott A. Lerner, we catch up with Samuel as he begins putting his new life together. When his friend Bob introduces him to a new woman, he is strangely smitten. Bridget Gillis is beautiful and vivacious and also happens to be a fortune teller. Yet if that wasn’t enough to get his “spider senses” going, she also belongs to a coven of witches. The village that contains the coven was founded by her great aunt, and Bridget could certainly be her twin if the paintings are even close to her aunt’s depiction.
The relationship becomes quickly complicated as just a few days before Halloween; Bridget is to be tried by their coven for practicing dark magic. The punishment is to be burned at the stake. With Sam’s background in law, he is the perfect advocate for her dilemma. Bob is suspicious of the quick relationship, but comes to help all the same. Can they help determine if she is the good witch or the bad witch before it is too late?
Lerner gives us another fun and dangerous romp with his returning character Samuel Roberts. As usual Sam is only trying to do the right thing, and this new romance seems so wonderful. Caught up in the crazy circumstances that usually accompany his life, he finally seems to have found a new direction and woman. Can it all really be so simple?
Bridget is such a mix of characters, part minx, part seductress, and part innocence. Yet there are secrets hidden beneath her beauty. Calculated and cold she is temptress and succubus all at the same time ensnaring Sam in her life. She is in need of rescuing; is Sam the man that can get her back on track?
If you enjoy mystery, humor, romance, and danger, you will find this perfect for your library. Paranormal and magic thread throughout the telling and you will fall in love with the characters one more time.
This would be a great book for the upcoming holidays. It is fun and enjoyable, one you will want to pass on to your friends.Powered by Sidelines