MAKE ME A MATCH
Peopled with charming characters and containing a fascinating, almost believable, paranormal element, Holquist's novel is pure entertainment from beginning to end. The interaction between the sisters is genuinely depicted, and the relationship developments are a joy to observe. Vivid character descriptions bring them to life, and the author presents a true sense of place.
Nevertheless, Amy has her own scheme, and she's determined that Cecelia will meet him. This is how Cecelia becomes involved with Finn, his daughter Maya and a life of cons and lies she thought she'd left behind her 10 years ago. (Warner Forever, Sep., 368 pp., $6.50)