Fired from her last job after a customer accuses her of being a witch, Melody Seabright decides to turn the tables and use the accusation to her advantage. Single dad and former bad boy Logan Kilgarven just moved back to Salem, Massachusetts, and has taken a producing job for WHCH TV. When desperation forces him to ask his downstairs neighbor Melody to baby-sit his son, he agrees to let her audition for a proposed new cooking show.

Seizing her opportunity, Melody pitches The Kitchen Witch, a show combining cooking and magic. The station manager loves the concept and Melody is hired, but there's just one teensy problem—Melody can't cook.

A sense of fun and warmth fills this novel, providing readers with a terrific way to spend a relaxing few hours. When the characters are endearing and the premise charming, you are destined for a special read. (Oct., 320 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith