Friday, July 20, 2012

Review: "An Apple Away" by Kate Richards

"An Apple Away"
Author: Kate Richards
Series: Wiccan Haus #3
Genre: Erotica, Paranormal Romance, Menage F/F/M
Pages: ebook novella
ISBN: 9781619373495
Source: Publisher in exchange for a honest review.
Published: June 8, 2012 by Musa Publishing

Goodreads Blurb:
A witch's spell great love may break

Aislinn never wants to see another doctor. Their painful and pointless treatments have done nothing to improve her rapidly deteriorating health. She hopes that the staff of Wiccan Haus can at least offer a change of scene, if not a return of a little of her former strength. She’s delighted to meet Punda, a masseuse, on her arrival and charmed by the cottage in the apple orchard where she will stay.

Dr. Hugo Peralta visits the island at the insistence of his boss. The distinguished brain surgeon is in desperate need of a respite before overwork makes him one of his own patients. He is surprised but pleased with the privacy and serenity of his cottage—across the orchard from Aislinn’s. An idyllic location on a magical island where love can blossom—if the Rowans can help the trio save Aislinn from whatever is killing her.

My Review:
This is another great addition to The Wiccan Haus series and fits in perfectly while still being completely different. Aislinn is dying and none of the doctors can find out why through all their tests and surgeries nothing has helped so as a last resort she heads to the Wiccan Haus there she meets Punda first which is a cheerful loveable character and she is a nurturer just what Aislinn needs so she gets assigned to be Aislinn's house companion throughout the stay. Aislinn meets Hugo on the ferry ride in. He's a doctor and can tell that Aislinn is seriously sick but doesn't want everyone on vacation to know he's a doctor. But they are instantly attracted to each other and happen to be the only two staying in the cabins in the apple orchard on the island. It ends up that Aislinn is not sick she has been put under a deadly spell and the powerful paranormal staff at Wiccan Haus makes it their mission to break it. 

I really enjoyed revisiting the characters in this book and Kate does a great job continuing on the greatness that is the Wiccan Haus. I did find or it felt like this book was shorter than the rest of the books in the series so the romantic development was hard for me because I didn't feel there was enough time to get all three of these people together but she does do it in a very tasteful way that felt natural. I loved the basis of the story it was cute and loveable. She paints beautiful pictures with her vivid descriptions. 

I would recommend this book to paranormal, erotica and menage fans. Do remember that there is some F/F/M action going on in this book but like I said it was very tastefully done. Having said all that I can't wait until the next installment in The Wiccan Haus series.

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Kim D said...

sounds interesting thanks for sharing

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