The 13th Guest (Wiccan Haus #10)

The 13th Guest (Wiccan Haus #10)

by Rebecca Royce

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BN ID: 2940157676964
Publisher: Decadent Publishing Company, LLC
Publication date: 01/01/2016
Series: Wiccan Haus , #10
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 756 KB

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The 13th Guest 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
TSteiner More than 1 year ago
I really liked the idea of The 13th Guest; a stowaway on a ship and the captain who falls for her.  Yes, it’s been done over and over, but Ms. Royce adds a little twist; island getaway and a little magical fate to help them along the way to love. This is a very cute short story of two damaged people who never planned to come to the island to heal.  Each were content with their lives.  Satisfied in the cards that were dealt them, but Myron has other plans.  The islands resident card reader has dealt them a pair and now with the help from the crew on the island, they will heal each other and mend their broken lives. Their attraction was instant, but in my opinion they needed more time for healing.  We are talking deep dark problems that a little slap and tickle really can’t fix.  Short stories are hard enough to write, but not to give a potentially gripping story enough time to come together is just criminal.  I wish there would have been a deeper connection with the characters.  They had a larger story to tell and I think it could have been spectacular.   The 13th Guest is still a very nice short read.  It fits nicely in with the Wiccan Haus family and I am left wondering if more of Dr. Everett’s patients will make an appearance on the island.  I also hope Damek rediscovers his gift.  It would be a shame to have such a strong talent go to waste.   The authors of the Wiccan Haus series have a way to make me want to know more about their characters and Ms. Royce hit this mark.  So while The 13th Guest may not be perfect, it is still a sweet escape and filled with love and healing.