Justine Hoffman has made a comfortable life for herself on the island of Friday Harbor. She is the proprietor of a successful boutique hotel, and she has the safe, predictable life she has always wanted. Growing up with her flighty, nomadic mother, Marigold, has instilled in her a deep longing for stability. But in spite of everything Justine has achieved, there is still something missing. Love. And after years of waiting and dreaming, she is willing to do whatever it takes to change her destiny.
What Justine soon discovers is that someone cast a spell on her when she was born, with the result that she will never find her soul mate. Determined to change her fate, Justine finds a way to break the enchantment, never dreaming of the dangerous complications that will follow.
And when Justine meets the mysterious Jason Black, she accidentally unleashes a storm of desire and danger that threatens everything she holds dear...because Jason has secrets of his own, and he wants more from her than fate will ever allow.
©2013 Lisa Kleypas (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Best-selling Kleypas proves that she has perfected her recipe for emotionally nourishing, richly rewarding love stories." (Booklist on Dream Lake)
Yes. I love the Travis bother books! My all time favorites.
Ehh, its okay. I'm not really into witchcraft stuff and this book is has the most in the Friday Harbor series.
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I liked this story. Although a bit more fanciful than the others, it did sum up the series pretty well. She did play in a couple of the recurring characters. I liked it but not as much as the others in this series. However rooted in fantasy, the tale is still classic Lisa Kleypas when it comes down to the love story. Not a heart wrenching tale, but entertaining at most. Overall, not the best from Lisa Kleypas, but a solid performance.
Mother of 3, grandmother of 6, retired nurse and substance abuse counselor. Thrilled to have the time to read or listen to books again.
call me "old fashioned" or a "stick on the mud" but i much prefer lisa kleypas's books about turn of the century lords and earls and dukes and london society much more than her writings about modern women and the subject matter that is especially in this book.
the narrator did a good job though.
all of it
I wanted her signature back! I noticed a little banter that was her and the last chapter. Beyond that there was no connection for me at all.
She quoted on of my favorite Connie Brockway scenes. "You are my Egypt" is a truly fabulous, romantic scene.
I didn't love the bondage thing but I get she wants her audience happy. I just wish the characters were more... real. The whole situation seemed forced to me and the control issue was simply demeaning.
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