Title: That Kind Of Magic
Author: Ceri Hebert
Rating: Four And A Half Siren Stones
Keywords: Faery Rosebud, Spicy, Magic, Witches
Page Count: 212
ISBN E-Book: d5119
Publisher: The Wild Rose PressReviewer: Nikki
What's a witch to do when she refuses to use magic to find love? Beautiful Wiccan Charlotte Noone has a shop for magical supplies and a goddess who's pushing her to find the man of her dreams. When Patrick Riordan, a straight-laced non-believer enters her life, Charlotte falls madly in lust with him. Despite their very different lives, neither can stop the erotic journey they’ve embarked on, but will it be enough to break through their barriers so they can accept that love itself is magical?
Get ready for a magical love story, without the use of magic. Charlotte is a witch, but doesn't use magic for her own, despite a pushy goddess who wants her to find her true love. Enter Patrick, who storms into her life after he finds some witchcraft items in his sister’s room and demands that he get the money back. Patrick is a closed minded non believer, and treats his sister like a child though she's an adult.
Though after meeting, neither Patrick nor Charlotte can get each other out of their minds, and they begin to fall in love. But when a life changing incident occurs, their relationship will take the ultimate test.
I thought this story was well written, and highly enjoyable. The characters were so full of life, with such emotion that you couldn't help but feel what they are feeling. The plot was intriguing and fun. Ceri Hebert won me over in That Kind Of Magic.