Sunday, April 17, 2011

What a Way to Start the Day ~ Ella Grey


Goodreads Synopsis:
Waking up to realize you may be in the family way would make anyone worry. Especially if the would-be daddy has fangs and is the hunted son of the vampire mafia. 

Molly O’Brien runs the small shop ‘Forbidden Charms’ and is the witch to go to if you want something. Operating on the outskirts of a supernatural world isn't easy either, especially when trying to keep your secret from the human world. Who would have thought life could get any more complicated for the little fire witch?
Review:

Molly O’Brien is a witch who has a fairly simple life.  Living above her small shop, in a modest apartment.  Just a simple life -- until Christopher LaMorte, a very handsome vampire, comes along. See Molly is a thief-for-hire by night, “working under the cover of night and taking things that don't strictly belong to me, all because someone paid me to do it. It's not a normal job by any stretch of the imagination, but it's a job I enjoy.”
Christopher hires Molly to find out who has convinced his father, the very powerful and influential Edwin LaMorte, that he tried to kill him to take over the family. The job paid handsomely enough for Molly to take it on without thinking, but it was the undeniable attraction to Christopher that really convinced her. This powerful connection to Christopher will ultimately change her simple life...into something more than complicated.
Ella Grey may just be one of my new favorite authors.  I really loved this story,  I was even a bit sad when I finish it...I wanted MORE!  This is the first in the Molly O’Brien series (thank goodness).  I can hardly wait to see what happens to Molly next, not to mention I really, really, think Christopher and Molly should be together!

I give it:



What a Way to Start the Day is available for Kindle on Amazon for $0.99.  Check out Ella Grey's Blog for more information on what she's working on and what's next for Molly!


I received this book free from the author.  I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

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