Cora Crowder never enters the Christmas Season without a plan. To avoid last minute stress, she plans ahead and sticks to the plan. On a shopping trip to a bookstore on Sage Street, Cora encounters the bookstore of Warner, Warner, and Wizbotterdad. While shopping, her boss’s boss wanders into the same store. Serious Simon Derrick, as he is known in the office, is focused at work and little else while he is there. After five years of working in the same office, Simon has only a vague recollection that Cora exists.
The magical matchmakers of Warner, Warner, and Wizbotterdad set out to change that. Both leave the shop with tickets to the enigmatic Wizard’s Ball. As circumstances throw Cora and Simon together again and again, they begin to learn more and more about one another. As that like grows into love, the magical forces of love and faith surround the couple and help them find their way.
I absolutely loved this book! Donita K. Paul’s story is full of wonderment and fun. It is a very quick read. Once I started reading, I didn’t want to put it down. The magical story interwoven with Biblical principles is a format to which it is easy to relate. Paul proves that you don’t have to choose between Magic and Truth. The story is a lovely romance and is very uplifting.
This is certainly a book that I could read again and again. As with all the books that I enjoy, it just seemed to end too quickly. The book is lighthearted and fun. Paul has done an amazing job on this very sweet love story.
Robin Gwaro is a founding book review blogger at Bookgateway.com and has generously supplied this review. She describes herself as “a woman just trying to keep it all together. Most days, I have the juggling act down! Others, I have the broom and dustpan handy to clean up the mess. My life is not always easy, it is not always neat, but it is always worth every minute!” Her personal blog is Just Wandering. Not Lost.
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