Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Review: FLIRTING WITH MAGICK by Leigh Bennett

There’s nothing like a love spell to get Abby Williams out of her rut and over her ex, but when a gorgeous rocker, a cute colleague, and an apologetic ex–boyfriend come knocking Abby wonders if maybe the spell worked a little too well. If she even believes in that stuff. As emotions run high, secrets are exposed, and feelings change, Abby wonders if flirting with magick is more trouble than it’s worth. But the real question is, do any of these men deserve her heart? Flirting With Magick is a contemporary romance that proves you have to kiss a lot of frogs before you find your prince.

My thoughts: Abby is a loony, neurotic  character. She buys a book of spells and starts playing around with “magic” (Of course, she’s not a real witch.) Naturally, she tries a love spell. She’s just messing with this stuff and has no idea what she’s doing. To her, it’s just harmless fun.

Filled with tawdry humor and a flaccid plot, this story is okay if you’re into all that frilly, fruity Wicca stuff. The stuff concerning the band was kind of boring and there were too many characters. Personally, I wouldn’t have fallen for Scotty’s Goth look.

Overall, this was a flagrant attempt to mimic the tone of Bridget Jone’s Diary, and it failed.

My rating: 2 stars

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