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    I love this one!

    I loved that Bitter Spirits was set in 1920's San Francisco during prohibition; throw in some magic, ghosts, a spitfire heroine, and a giant of a hero and this has long been a favorite of mine. I loved Winter and his bristly personality and his resistance to falling for Aida. He's immediately attracted to her and he also wants to protect her from whoever is targeting him, but he's not interested in another failed relationship. A tragic accident has also left Winter filled with guilt as well as physically scarred. A large facial scar combined with his hulking size makes Winter an intimidating figure and he doesn't have the best view of himself as husband material. Winter has a bit of a temper and he doesn't play games but at his core he's a really sweet protector. Aida is also a fantastic character and a I loved her spark and her independence. She's been on her own for a while, traveling around the country using her skills as a medium. Aida's a bit of a wandering soul and I laughed every time she held her own against Winter. He might love feisty women but he's also not totally sure how to handle one that doesn't always jump to his commands. I also really enjoyed how Aida begins to show Winter that he's not monster he believes his outside reflects. Aida brings a level of compassion and caring to Winter's life that wasn't there before.
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