The fifth book in the Holiday Montana is more surprising than the others and introduces some very interesting characters to this magical town.
Even though his brothers have become part of the paranormal world, Jackson hates magic and wants nothing to do with marriage and babies. But he has to reevaluate when Honor, an ex-girlfriend returns to town and when he ends up protecting her from someone that didn’t want her to return he finds out that she’s one of the tooth fairies.
The author’s fascinating town just keeps getting more magical with each new addition. The story comes alive with a vivid details, an intriguing fast paced plot and enchanting characters that grab the reader’s imagination keeps it throughout.
The solution the author came up with for Jackson’s problem with everything magical is very interesting and enjoyable. Honor is a perfect match for Jackson, making their romance inspiring and clever. The reader’s imagination is sparked by all the enjoyable and whimsical characters in Holiday, Montana.
I found this book to be a delightful and fun read that was very entertaining from beginning to end with surprising twists and her unique take on mythological people is charming and creative. I can’t wait for the next story arc to begin and I am a little upset that I will have to wait until 2016 for it, but I am sure the anticipation will be worthwhile.