Praise for Bewitching You:
Gabrielle, reviewer, 4 Tombstones from Bitten By Books “Estrella’s quirky and endearing characters ensure an enjoyable reading experience that should satisfy paranormal romance fans.”
Rachel Spencer’s life has been hijacked by the supernatural. Ghosts seeking help with their unfinished earthly business won’t leave her alone. Her only hope for returning to normalcy and passing her next attempt at the bar exam is making a deal with one of the ghostly intruders. It should be simple—Ella keeps the other spirits away if Rachel agrees to help Ella’s two teenage sons. No problem. Well, not until she meets the boys’ guardian.
August Kline misses his old life. He never planned to raise two teenage hurricanes in an old house in small-town Indiana. But here he is, and he’s determined to make the best of it…if he could only keep the house in order and not completely screw up his nephews.
Enter a gorgeous redhead who pops into August’s world when life is at its grimmest. Rachel claims to be an old friend of Ella’s and offers to help around the house. Sparks fly whenever they’re together, and August is falling fast. Rachel keeps her distance, worrying her ghostly secrets will sabotage any chance of a relationship. But when danger appears and threatens the people she has grown to care about, she may have to face more than her own fears.
Forty days with brooding Mayor Rome D’Amore shouldn’t be too difficult, right? Becca Spencer has never spent too much time in one place, so when she takes on the task of being Rome’s fake fiancée, she must ignore her restlessness and give it her all. She won’t let Rome, mucky aura and all, or the town of Prospect down…for a number of reasons. But the more time she spends in this cozy little town with the gorgeous mayor, the more she wonders if forty days could turn into forever.
Rome can’t seem to get his ex-wife, Eve, out of his life and out of his mind. It’s almost as if the wicked woman cast a spell on him. Now that Eve’s remarried and determined to ruin his life, he has no choice but to trust in the beautiful, eccentric Becca to help him get reelected. Pretending to be Becca’s fiancé has its upside, of course, but trust isn’t something that ever came easy to Rome. Finally breaking away from his past might just be what he needs to get over Eve, but what will the future hold?