Monday, November 8, 2021

Review: Summer Magic by: T. M. Cromer

                                                         Title:Summer Magic
Author: T.M. Cromer
Publisher: Fae Press
Series: Thorne Witches #1
Format: e-book ( 296 p.) Personal Purchase

Description:

Life in a small town can be tough. It can be even tougher when you’re a witch whose magic regularly backfires. But Summer Thorne only wants one thing: to create the perfect sanctuary for unwanted animals. Nothing and no one is going to stop her. Not even the sexy sheriff who is determined to shut down her rescue center. And certainly not the laboratory where she illegally obtained her mischievous chimpanzee, Morty.

Sheriff Cooper Carlyle has one goal: to keep his town safe. That includes his stubborn neighbor, Summer, whether she wants him to or not. When the animals of Summer’s menagerie get loose and create havoc, he decides enough is enough. But things aren’t always as they appear, and Coop stumbles upon the secret the Thorne sisters have been hiding.

Coop and Summer discover Morty holds the key to unlock a twenty-year-old mystery surrounding the death of Summer’s mother. Now Coop is faced with breaking the law he is sworn to uphold in order to protect Summer and her beloved pet from a threat more dangerous than any of them imagined.

My Thoughts:

This book follows Summer whose having a hard time keeping her animals in her backyard they seemed determined to wind up at the Carlyle house which is the last place Summer wants them.  Cooper has been the biggest pain in Summer's behind.  She has had a thing for him for years and he's done everything he can do to dissuade her.

When someone seems determined to steal Mortary the ape from Summer it's Cooper who comes to her rescue to help when the chips are down but will it be enough?

I love this series I stumbled upon it on Facebook of all places and am glad I did this series is so much liike parts of Charmed and parts of Practical Magic so good to read!  If you haven't read them you are totally missing out I especially loved the mafia squirrels  the best!

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