Failed actress Brigit Love moved back to New Hampshire from Hollywood with one goal: to have a child. So far her only babies are furry and live at the animal shelter where she works. Brigit isn't willing to marry to get what she wants, so doing things in "the correct order" may not be possible. Even her Wiccan spells don't seem to be working. Until she comes up with an outrageous idea that just might do the trick.
Handsome tugboat captain Ethan Cox loves his life as a happy bachelor and his only goal is to keep things exactly the way they are. No wonder his coven friend Brigit thinks he'd be the perfect guy to plant the seed and walk away whistling, especially with an iron clad contract protecting his interests.
Ethan truly wants to help Brigit, but the contract she draws up stating he must give up all rights and responsibilities leaves him with a sinking feeling. Will he lose Brigit's friendship and make coven rituals awkward if he refuses-or lose even more if he doesn't?
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About the Author
A multi-published eBook author, Ashlyn Chase specializes in characters who reinvent themselves, having reinvented herself numerous times. She has worked as a psychiatric nurse, and for the Red Cross, and has a degree in behavioral sciences. She lives with her true-life hero husband in beautiful New Hampshire.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
With a race to protect an ancient artifact and a love spell gone slightly awry, Ashlyn Chase kept me turning pages well into the early morning hours. I absolutely adored this book and am going to go back and read the first in the series as quickly as I can. This book stands on its own just fine, I just really enjoyed everything about it from the characters to the humor to the suspense; I'm hooked.
Ashlyn Chase is back at it again penning hilarious light paranormal romances, and this one doesn't disappoint. Book two in the Cupcake Coven series pulls you right in with Ethan's (the hero) mischievous houseguest - Charlotte, a playful (at inappropriate times) yet opinionated (about his love life and bachelorhood) ghost. While he can hear her, he can't see her, but that doesn't stop her from making his life a "challenge". Enter our heroine Brigit, who sees a woman in Ethan's home with a knife in her head. Brigit can see but not hear Charlotte. With a beginning like that, you can't help but keep reading. Especially when Brigit drops her bombshell. Even though they've known each other since high school and have been fellow coven members for years, Ethan never could have imagined Brigit would ask this of him. Chase tackles two serious subjects, single motherhood and endometriosis, with light-hearted aplomb and uses them as the basis for romance. As usual, Chase provides a world where not only are the hero and heroine interesting and funny, but the whole cast is as well. The reader is left looking forward to reading each supporting character's story in the future. I adore this series and can't wait to see where it goes. The author always does a good job of creating standalone books within her series. The reader isn't lost when picking up any book in the series, but reading in order allows the whole cast to come alive for the reader as each story adds to their personalities and experiences. Ashlyn Chase is on my automatic "to read" list.