Chapman's newest warmhearted
tale of love and magic is not only
a courtship tale, it also explores the range of emotions produced by watching a loved one's mental decline. This book is filled with warmth, danger and romantic passion.

Having finally broken the curse that kept him in panther form, Kenzie Gregor is starting a new life in Midnight Bay. Along for the ride are both the druid Daar and William, who remains in his cursed dragon form. When Kenzie discovers that the property he just purchased was bought out from underneath widow Mabel Bishop and her recently divorced daughter Eve Anderson, he invites the women to stay until they get back on their feet.

Eve returned home to take care of her mother, who is suffering from a brain disorder. When the witch who cursed William arrives, her violent magic threatens all those Kenzie cares about. (POCKET STAR, May, 355 pp., $7.50)

Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith