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    Great Ghost Story

    I felt there was good balance between the two lead characters point of view with just enough of the villain's to keep things going. The New Orleans setting really came alive but I think that a little more attention could have been given to the Black Island settings. The characters were all really great. I felt they were well-developed and had excellent dialogue. There were a couple of sections I felt a little rushed as well as a few places I felt were drawn out unnecessarily. To be honest, I felt that the villain had the fewest places that fell flat. Debby Grahl writes one of the absolute best bad guys I've read. The ghosts were treated with the same attention as the living, which I really enjoyed. The book did address domestic violence so beware if that's a trigger for you. It was one scene that didn't take up a huge portion of the book but I do want to make sure to make note of it because it was written very well. Thank you to Debby Grahl, NetGalley, and The Wild Rose Press for giving me the chance to read this story and share my honest thoughts and opinions with others.
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    Mmmmmm

    I've received a ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was trying really REALLY hard to like this but Kendra, Loren and Deanne insecure and childish behavior was such a turn off. I was already done and over it by chapter 10 and that wasn't even 1/3 through the book. Poor Jared, him deciding he loves and cares for Kendra too much to let her go is a death sentence. The concept and storyline was great but if we had a more likable heroine, I probably would've made it to the end. I guess you can't win them all.
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    Book review of His Magic Touch by Debby Grahl As is the case at times ... life got in the way and reading this took WAY TOO long ... but finish it I did. It was a great story with plenty of heat! Well written with vivid characters and world. I very much look forward to the next book! #books #bookreview #bookstagram #authorsofinstagram
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    Gripping paranormal romance!

    Jared Dupre is at his bachelor’s party at a strip club when he sees a ghost beckoning him outside. No need to worry, this is commonplace for a witch like Jared. He follows her only to find out his brother’s been kidnapped by a rival witch. In order to protect Kendra, the woman he loves and is about to marry, he breaks off his engagement. He fights his foe and returns to New Orleans, thinking his beloved is safe from harm. Instead, she has fallen under the spell of his arch rival and is in more danger. Can he save her using the power of his ancestor’s spirit or will he lose Kendra forever to the dark magic? I’m a huge fan of witchy paranormal romances and this one packs quite a punch. Fast-moving with a despicable villain who’s bent on enacting revenge on the whole Dupre family, His Magic Touch gripped me from the first page. I found Jared a wonderful character to root for. Kendra, on the other hand, didn’t appeal to me. The way she falls into the arms of the villain without much resistance did grate on my nerves. What made this an incredible book was the way Grahl infused New Orleans into the storyline. So visual was the writing, I could smell the beignets and coffee, hear the jazz float down the streets and feel the pulse that is New Orleans. If you’re looking for a compelling paranormal romance with plenty of action, magic, romance and a villain you’ll love to hate, pick up His Magic Touch today. My Rating: 4.5 stars
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