Monday, November 30, 2009

Mailbox Monday

Good Monday morning everyone. :) It is hard to believe this is the last day of, how time flies. :)

Here are a couple of books I've received from paperbackswap.

Book Blurb:

Is she a good witch or a bad witch?

With the flip of her raven hair, a flash of her topaz eyes, and a shake of a stick, rumored witch Melody Seabright has cast a spell on single dad Logan Kilgarven. What else can explain what's happening to him

Logan, a television producer, can't seem to concentrate on anything since he met his enchanting new neighbor...

When Logan agrees to help Melody find a job at his TV station, he never expects the culinary-challenged siren to land her own cooking show. Her charisma keeps things bubbling on the set, and behind the scenes, things are starting to steam up between them.

Logan knows he can't resist her charms - but is there more to their attraction than the here and now? If only he had a crystal ball to show him....


Book Blurb:

Three's a charm, and the third Cartwright sister, Destiny, is certainly not lacking. However, she is troubled by her attraction to paranormal debunker Morgan Jarvis. Destiny opts out of a week in his company, hoping that a meditative stay alone at her sister's lighthouse will shed some light on her contrary feelings and psychic gifts.

Unbeknownst to Destiny, her sly sister also left keys with the unsuspecting Morgan. Late one night, they literally stumble upon each other - and the lighthouse's ghostly inhabitants.

Destiny and Morgan have nothing in common other than the one bed they need to share and some crazy physical attraction. Raising the dead might be easier than trying to make these two opposites work together, but Destiny has experience - and love - on her side....

These sound like fun, quick reads....:)



Blodeuedd said...

I love quick and easy reads, have fun :D

Kris said...

I read both of these and really enjoyed them. They are some fun reads.

Danielle87 said...

I love the covers - they have a certain 1950's bombshell/pin-up feel to them.

Tamsyn said...

Both sound like good reads. Would love to read them.