A Match Made in Spell

A Match Made in Spell

by ReGina Welling, Erin Lynn
A Match Made in Spell

A Match Made in Spell

by ReGina Welling, Erin Lynn



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Being wicked is a choice, isn't it?

Lexi Balefire has a magical gift for making love matches that stick. Too bad she can't find her own happily ever after. But her love life isn't the worst of Lexi's problems. Keeping her faerie godmothers from hexing each other to death is almost a full-time job. Add in the search for her magical legacy and Lexi barely has time for a decent pedicure.

Born to a line of powerful witches who haven't exactly made the best life choices, Lexi knows magic is a double-edged sword that can end in disaster. Going wicked seemed all too easy for her mother and grandmother, could Lexi be destined for the same sticky fate?

Musician Kin Clark wants to prove he's the one to break her cycle of bad dating luck, but when she finally gives in and agrees to go out with him, a gaggle of female groupies vying for his attention has Lexi worried he'll break her heart instead.

When a formerly happy client gets dumped unexpectedly, Lexi suspects there's more at work than a simple change of heart. Only powerful magic could tear apart her amazing track record with matchmaking. What secrets from her own past will Lexi have to uncover to put the unhappy couple back together again?

The Fate Weaver series featuring the enchanting Lexi Balefire, matchmaking witch, has elements of mystery, romance, and the supernatural. It's an urban fantasy with lots of humor and a cozy mystery feel.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162159698
Publisher: Willow Hill Books
Publication date: 05/11/2018
Series: Fate Weaver Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 45,127
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

ReGina Welling and Erin Lynn are a mother/daughter writing team who really do finish each other's sentences.
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