Sunday, June 22, 2014

The Cupcake Coven by Ashlyn Chase Review

Title: The Cupcake Coven
Author: Ashlyn Chase
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Pages: 267
Price: $2.99
Thoughts: Fast-paced urban fantasy with well-developed characters.

Book Synopsis:

Pretty Wiccan Rebecca Colby borrowed money from her father to start her bakery, and now he’s calling the loan due. When she learns he fell off the gambling wagon and owes big money to some scary people, she has to start making a profit—quickly—and hope the loan shark takes payment plans before anyone has an “accident.”

Hot Cowboy Dru Tanner is looking for his missing sister who left Texas to explore their New England Wiccan roots. She’s the only family he has left and losing her is not an option. Dru has to hide the fact that he’s not Wiccan long enough to infiltrate a Portsmouth, NH coven, which is the only lead he has.

Dru needs a job and a place to stay. Rebecca needs cheap help, and he’s willing to work for nothing. Perhaps he can pick her brain about Wicca and she can learn how to run a business from a ranch foreman—if lust doesn’t drive them crazy first.


I really liked the characters Dru and Rebecca and thought that the story moved at the perfect pace. This is a book that you'll pick up and spend the entire afternoon reading. If you're looking for a funny, laid back novel to read this summer, this is a great choice!

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