The second Novel Nibble offering from Debora Geary, and it honestly does not disappoint, and here is why...
The synopsis taken from deborageary.com
Jake thought he had a juvenile delinquent witch in need of rescue. Romy couldn't decide if he was a kidnapper, liar, or too good to be true. Throw in Tattoo Boy, sparking fingers, and a seven-year-old who can see the future, and you have all the makings for a romance.
Well, there's some really great linguine and a duet from West Side Story, too.
With an unlikely beginning, this story has a romantic ending. The chemistry between Jake and Romy leaps off te page. All the witches in this story are so endearing, especially the little witch Jolie who is as cute as a button. This story is just adorable, not that I want to belittle the author, but there is not a better way to describe them. I love the adventure and the happy ending, and let's not talk about the delicious foods that come alive from the pages. Jake is one of those literary guys that you just fall in love with, and Romy is just the right girl for him. This story is cute and funny, and just the read that everyone needs.
I do think though that with the way this delicious story ends, there is definitely room for a sequel or two? *wink, wink, nudge, nudge I am so hinting that I want more from this world*
I have only got praise for Debora Geary's novel nibbles. They are the perfect little read inbetween reads, and are also good for those times when you just have to read something but don't have the time for a full novel. I thoroughly enjoyed To Love a Witch, but Matchmakers 2.0 is still my favourite novel nibble. So go on, go and get yourself a copy of To Love a Witch, you know you want to!