Magnolia Magick reviewed by Rose Petal Reviews

Magnolia Magick
Author: Jessica Coulter Smith
Genre: Contemporary Erotic Romance
Length: Novel

Release Date: March 17, 2009

Publisher:Wild Horse Press


Lissa has travelled to a small town in southern Georgia to complete her latest novel.  Having rented an antebellum plantation for the next six months, she hopes to find the peace she needs in order to meet her deadline.  However, she didn’t count on sharing her temporary home with the resident ghost.

Jesse has been dead for almost one hundred years.  In all of his time on earth, both living and spectral, he has never met anyone like Lissa.  If he had a heart, it would have stopped beating the moment he saw her.  Why couldn’t this passionate, beautiful, talented woman have come along while he was still alive?  Jesse would love nothing more than to take Lissa into his arms and kiss her senseless.

No matter how hot Jesse may be, Lissa realizes she can’t have a relationship with a ghost.  During a trip to town, she meets local bank owner, Jared.  The sinfully handsome banker sweeps Lissa off her feet.  He claims to love her and wants her to move permanently to the small town of Maple Falls.  Things heat up quickly between the two, leaving Lissa confused over whether its love or lust that is drawing them together.

When Jared finds out that Lissa casts spells and frequents a magick shop will he still stand by her side?  Or will the hint of scandal send him running the other way? 

I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a great book to read.  This book will keep you interested from page one all the way to the last page. You will find yourself draw into the lives of the characters. You will find that Lissa is torn between her feelings for a ghost and her feelings for Jared. Who will win her love? This is one book that you don’t want to miss out on.

Rating: 4 out of 5 Roses

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I love a variety of books from romances, to teen fantasy, to horror. I enjoy the artwork and storylines in graphic novels, and have been known to pick up childrens' books if the book description hooks me.