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    Rated 4.5 Stars

    Xeni was so good. It deals with death, grief and self discovery among other things. I loved that in the midst of grief Xeni and Mason found something neither was looking for but that they both desperately needed. I loved the way the author interspersed humour so it felt more feel good and upbeat despite the themes it dealt with. I loved it and highly recommend it.
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    A wonderful story of love and family

    I thoroughly enjoyed this second story in the series that begins with Rafe: A Buff Male Nanny, though you don't need to read Rafe to enjoy this one. (Really, though, you should. It's so tasty!) Xeni, a teacher and friend of Sloan, the heroine of Rafe, must leave SoCal to attend her aunt's funeral, only to find out that her beloved auntie, lead singer of a popular girl group that included Xeni's mother, has left Xeni everything--two properties and big $$--so long as she agrees to marry the guy Auntie picked out for her, an adorable, burly Scotsman. He gets a generous gift from the deal as well, and they only need stay married for thirty days so...they marry. As you do. Weatherspoon really excels at writing families, be they blood relatives of family of choice. The build-up from marriage of convenience to the real deal is steamy, stormy, full of intense family drama, and the payoff is delicious. Highly recommend!
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    Opening your heart to love

    I love how realistic Xeni’s fears were and how she slowly blossomed to the love the hero gave to her. I don’t believe in witchcraft but I do love that Xeni positively focused on her future and what she wanted for herself and she didn’t let well meaning family members bully or bend her into being someone she’s not.
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