Friday, May 4, 2012
BELIEVE IT OR NOT may be purchased here.
BELIEVE IT OR NOT
Violet McGinn has moved away to the other side of the country and become an accountant, to be far away from what her psychic mother is. Unfortunately, when her mother falls and has to have surgery, Violet must take over her business. Drew Watson, the owner of the bar, which is a neighbor to Violet's mother's shop, makes his scepticism of psychics known. These two are attracted to each other, but fight it.
Humor is an individual taste, and while BELIEVE IT OR NOT has some amusing moments many scenes fell short of the intended humor for me. With that said, I enjoyed the love story between Drew and Violet. Drew is a great guy with a wonderful sense of humor, who is handy with a tool belt and comfortable with his masculinity. Violet is described as a high-strung, type a personality, but she seems a little ditsy at times. My favorite character is Violet's mother, who appears flighty, but manages to get what she wants.
NOTE: I received this book in return for an impartial review.
Posted by Marlene Breakfield at 6:37 PM