Saturday, January 31, 2015

Review of Midwinter's Magic by Erica Ridley

Midwinter's Magic 
by Erica Ridley 

Jack Morgan has lived the life of luxury as big time CEO/President for a major corporation so when a congressional hearing leaves him dumb founded he decides to give it all up and do charity work. So he hops on a plane to Bolivia in hopes of making one little village have a very merry christmas. However, things don't seem to be going his way as flights are canceled and some of his luggage is lost in transit. But to his surprise he does have something happen and that is when out of now where a beautiful woman by the name of Sarah appears. 

Sarah Phimm has been Jack's guardian angel at his side since the day he was born. She has been at his birth, his high school graduation and even the death of his father, however, she has always remained invisible. This changes though when Sarah reveals herself in hopes of talking Jack out of risking his life once again. However, rather than being able to convince Jack to return home he talks her into joining his quest in giving the village a christmas they will never forget. Will Sarah be able to keep her relationship with Jack purely professional? Can she protect him from getting her? Will her secret remain a secret or will the truth of her being his guardian come out? 

My Review:

This is the second book that I have read in the Nether-Netherland's series by Erica Ridley. I enjoyed the first book by Erica and this one did not disappoint. I actually liked this book better than the first. I think that Erica created a very simplistic story that had you hooked from beginning until the very end. 

Erica did a great job of making the story as realistic as she could but also gave you the fairytale romance that readers like. The ending surprised me a little but in many ways was what I predicted would happen.

I think that this is a great book to read on an airplane ride or the beach. Romance readers and supernatural fans will also like at is has both romance and magic in it.  It is a fairly quick to read and will make you laugh and smile! Can't wait to read more in this series by Erica. 

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