Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Review: Under a Halloween Moon by Beverly Breton

Under a Halloween Moon by Beverly Breton

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 1



Single mother Annika lives a safe existence centered around her five-year-old daughter, a little imp who is growing up faster than Annika wants to admit. Cameron is a widower working constant overtime to cover for a partner on leave, which leaves no time for his five-year-old daughter, let alone a social life.

But then Cameron has no interest in the women focused on his long eyelashes, the fit of his jeans, and the size of his paycheck, and Annika has steered clear of the turmoil of relationships ever since her divorce. Are the two destined to remain single? Perhaps…

Until the Halloween moon when Cameron crosses paths with the bewitching single mother of his daughter’s best friend, and a weekend of mischief, masquerade and magic convinces Annika to take a chance on love.

Clare's Review

Annika is a single mum and Cameron a single dad. Their daughters are best friends, but the two of them have never met until the Halloween parade. Annika isn't sure she should be attracted to someone who doesn't have time for his daughter and puts it down to the magic of Halloween. Or is it something more? A quick read, this delightful story is packed with magic, romance and cookies enough for everyone that shows everything is not quite what it seems.

4 Tea Cups!

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