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The first book in the Holiday Montana series is a fast captivating read full of romance, intrigue, and a witch.

Jordan is a witch and she has come back to the town that persecuted her for it to settle her late aunt’s estate.  Matt is boy she left behind when she ran and he still loves Jordan, but he has a secret that he doesn’t know how to explain.

The suspense builds as the some of the towns people try to get Jordan to leave town again.  The author conveys the tension so well that the reader is feels like they are in the story with Jordan and Matt as they try to uncover the mystery of what happened to him. 

The romance between the two is well written with some red hot sex and the author portrays their emotions as they come to terms with the past and their feelings for each other in a way that the reader connects to the characters.

The plot flows smoothly from one scene to the next and keeps the reader’s attention from beginning to end with intrigue and bewitching characters. This story of romance, old and new friendships and second chances has a couple of surprises and unique and fun elements as well that keeps things interesting. I just wish it had been longer and I can’t wait to read more about the town of Holiday, Montana.

5 STARS

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