Great Reviews for Mostly Magic

Mostly Magic is already getting great reviews! It’s really exciting and I wanted to share a few of them.

Paranormal Romance Fans for Life gave Mostly Magic a Five + Fangs rating. A couple of great quotes from the review:

“Donna June Cooper has done it again. More than Magic captured my heart and my imagination when I reviewed a few months ago, and now the second in the Books of the Kindling series, Mostly Magic, meets the very high bar this author sets for herself.”

“Once again, the story captivates with lyric beauty, humor, tension, mystery and love – of family, of friendship, of life, and of the environment. And may I say ~ Long Live the Bees! Very well done.”

Read What I Like gave Mostly Magic a Five Star rating. A great quote from the review:

“I was hooked from the beginning and enjoyed every minute of the book…I expect her future additions to this series will just continue to get better and better. She does a excellent job of weaving the story.”

“The book was a fun ride and I am looking forward to seeing what happens next in the world. The author has begun to weave a complex plot that has me hoping that everything works out in the end, for the story and our real world as well.”

Book Passion for Life gave Mostly Magic a Really liked it! Add it to your TBR List rating. A great quote from the review:

“The storyline was just as good as book one, it blends in so well with the overall feel of the series and the magical place that is Woodruff Mountain. One of the things I liked about book one so much is that it brings environmental issues to the attention of a romance reader and I really like this…I thoroughly enjoyed this sequel.”

And there is already a great reader review on Goodreads as well:

Pat Paton wrote: “As in that first enchanting story, there is magic, love, and some very shady, and indeed criminal, behavior, this time of the corporate kind. The scene shifts from Italy, to the Appalachian Mountains, to Florida, Texas, back to the Appalachians, and then finally back to Florence, where it all began. We get swept along with the fast tempo of the story, and you may need to stay up all night to finish it. These 2 books are some of the best I’ve read this year, and I highly recommend them both.”
Please give Mostly Magic a try and, if you’re so inclined, write your own review!

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