Rayne Jankowski was the owner of a small health food caf‚, which she figured most people thought was odd since she was a little overweight herself. Still her shop was bustling more and more each day. She had faithful customers, including Scott and Shamus. They jogged into the caf‚ every morning picking up an oat bran muffin and a bottle of water. She knew he'd never be interested in someone like her, but she couldn't help but hope he'd give her a second look. When he asks her out she can't believe it. When her brother tells her it may have been her powers of persuasion at work she freaks out. Can she bring herself to trust Scott's feelings? What about her own?
For Scott Marsten stopping by Rayne's caf‚ every morning with his dog Shamus had become a routine. It wasn't her oat bran muffins that kept him coming back day after day, though Shamus really did seem to enjoy them. It was Rayne herself that he could wait to see. Three months had passed and he still hadn't made a move, but that was about to change. After asking her out they begin spending time together only to have her pull away and start avoiding him. When she finally tells him why he can't believe it. Can he change her mind? Will he ever see things her way?
Sugar And Spice is a well woven story that made the exchanges from sweet to sultry with ease. Andrews characters had depth and were easy to relate to. It was a quick engaging read that was very enjoyable.
Genre: Full-figured Heroine Paranormal
Rayne Jankowski is the middle sister in a family of psychics. The problem is, she the only one without powers. Or so she believes.
Unbeknownst to the customers at her health food caf‚ and Rayne herself, there's something extra in her muffins, and it isn't just sugar and spice. It's her will. Rayne is unknowingly infusing her power of persuasion into these baked goods. People come in with problems and walk out with solutions...of the mystical kind that is.
Unfortunately for her, her longtime crush Scott Marsten is also partaking of her psychic desserts, which now leaves her to wonder if he asked her out because he's drawn to her or because she mistakenly slipped him a mojo mickey.
For the life of him, Scott can't figure out why Rayne is suddenly pushing him away. Now that he's finally had a taste of the plus-size beauty, he isn't willing to just walk away. Scott believes in psychic powers almost as much as he believes in tooth fairies. He knows what he feels for Rayne is real; now if he could only convince the stubborn beauty of that.
Sugar and spice is nice...but true love is magical.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, spanking...