Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Believe it or Not by Tawna Fenske

Do you believe in accounting? Numbers never lie, so Violet McGinn found safe haven in the most boring profession she could find. Until her renowned psychic mother lands in the hospital and Violet has to run her business. Now you can have your taxes filed and your aura read, in one convenient location.

Do you believe in music? Dew Watson is the jaded owner of the local hot spot next door, and doesn't need a single thing except a good crowd to dance to what he's spinning on Saturday.

Do you believe in love? The only thing Violet and Drew seem to have in common is that neither believes in that psychic hoo-hah. Except Drew seems to play exactly the right song at exactly the right time. And the way they can't seem to resist each other just can't be a coincidence.

Looking at the front cover of the book, I was expecting your every day romance. I was expecting the normal formula. Thankfully, that's not what I ended up with! The characters are fresh and exciting. The plot has been done before, but definitely not in this manner. It's a quick, easy read that you won't want to put down.

This is not your normal romance. It's witty and charming with lots of twists and turns that will have you spitting tea out of your nose from laughing so hard. Just when you think you know how to expect the unexpected, you find out that you're wrong. Every page of this book caught me off guard and I'm thankful I had the chance to read it.

I strongly suggest this book for all you romance readers out there. For those of you with any sense of humor, this is a must read.

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