Bree-Anna is an old woman who is looking for true love. She is about to spend her 28th birthday well 200th birthday. You see Bree-Anna is a witch, not your ugly evil doing witch but one who just wants true love. She’s lived all her life searching for a way to break the curse an old warlock set upon her. Though she has gone through many centuries the evil warlock has been with her all this time. Gerald won’t stop until Bree-Anna is his wife. He’s fought hard at every chance he can get from sabotaging her suitors to making her life hell. Her birthday is coming up and Bree-Anna has one chance left with a mortal who is so opposite from her. Quinton is sweet, tender and she knows he is her soul mate but she doesn’t know if he loves her. She has one chance left and one wish to see that it comes true this time.
Quinton Lawrey is a security specialist that works for his mom catering to the rich and leading…well a boring life. That was until Bree-Anna steps into the shop the day he’s taking over for his mother. It is a day he will always remember for his heart leaped at the sight of Bree-Anna. Something about this woman is strange yet his heart loves her already. He knows it’s strange to love a rich woman like her but he can’t stop his heart. Quinton wants to be with her but not until he catches a thief. Someone wants to ruin his career yet all he can think about is Bree-Anna. Can he be with her when her real identity arises?
Ah Janet Quinn has done it again with this enchanting tale. I loved that Bree-Anna who is a witch has the same issues that us mortals do. All she wants is to find romance, to come home to a man who will love her forever. I feel bad for Bree-Anna for even though she can just blink and she can get whatever she wants – she is denied love. This is a woman who has known Picasso and has had tons of suitors but can’t find her real true love. Now Quinton is a great guy who is smart, clever and so in love with Bree-Anna yet he doesn’t know it. Janet Quinn created a beautiful story filled with romance, jealousy and oh so much hilarious magic it was fun to read about it. Great job.