A WITCH FOR GOOD LUCK
Sydney Mannville has made a mess of her life, and her twin sister, Sheryece, is trying to fix it. Sydney must make one human find true love or be damned to oblivion.
Two love stories run simultaneously in different realms: one in the witch world, the other set in Montana.
Elizabeth Benning moves to Montana to escape Los Angeles and her vindictive ex-husband. She plans to convert an old house into a B&B, the Good Luck Inn.
Adam Gardiner owns A-1 Construction, and upon meeting him, Liz knows having him in her house could be dangerous. The attraction is strong, and after her messy divorce she does not want to get involved again. Besides, Liz does not go for construction workers.
Louise Crawford does a great job tying the two worlds together. Every time the witches bring the humans together there is always a new conflict for them to overcome. The transitions are smooth, and you are rooting for both to find a happy ending. (Feb., 258 pp., $26.95)