A TASTE OF MAGIC
This book suffers from the author's inability to decide who her characters are, which is too bad, because she has a breezy, intimate style that's fun to read. If Madison could have decided exactly who she was writing about, she would have had a winner.
But a birthday present from her grandmother just might turn things around. Elizabeth can put a wish into her baked goods and, if the person concerned eats the goody, the wish will come true. The problem is she must be careful what she wishes for -- or she may get unexpected results. (LOVE SPELL, Mar., 304 pp., $6.99)