author: Dakota Cassidy
series: Paris Texas #4
published: 18 January 2016
publisher: Awe Books
genre(s): paranormal, romance
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Welcome back to Paris, Texas, y’all! Join USA Today Bestselling author, Dakota Cassidy for a laugh-out-loud Christmas romp full of intrigue, secrets, and magic.
Witty dialogue, a quirky cast of characters, and one hot, sexy hunk will keep you turning the pages of White Witchmas, A Paris, Texas Romance.
Cozy Meadows, a middle school music teacher, is a little low on spirit this holiday season. After being abandoned by her fiancé, Finn Donovan months earlier, she’s just not the same.
When her werewolf friend, Calla asks her to head up Hallow Moon Senior Center’s Christmas recital for the Council of Elders and the members of town, she dives in head first. What better way to keep her mind busy while she tries to get over the hunky Finn?
Until Finn comes back to their hometown of Paris, Texas. Fresh from a stint in magic abuse prison, Finn behaves as though he didn’t literally disappear the night of their engagement party. He’s all smiles and still sexy as sin.
Cozy’s got her hands full with the wily seniors who call themselves The Depends Patrol, and her feisty familiar Jorge as she tries to navigate the return of Finn and keep track of the seniors and their shennanigans.
But things get a whole lot worse when someone makes an attempt on her life. It’s Christmas daggonit! Shouldn’t killers take at least one day off a year?
Everything isn’t as it seems, including a secret Cozy’s kept most of her life. A secret that just may end up costing her that very life...
a few notes
keywords/phrases: holiday, magic, witches, mystery
mood reading: a quick story with the most of the ends tied up neatly
bonus points: the seniors, humor, the magic
This is another fun addition to the Paris, Texas series and the world Dakota Cassidy has created. I love the characters in these books, each of them with a story and a history of their own. Cozy and Finn are no different. And I love the seniors… total agents of chaos! It’s a quick read but well developed and engrossing. If I had one complaint, it is the single thread left dangling. The identity behind the villainous aspect of the plot. This is the last book in the series, and he or she wasn’t identified. Maybe a dangler for another series.
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