Bake This! (300 Moons #5)
Sexy shifter Will Harkness has always been a lone wolf. When a beautiful witch stumbles into his path, will he be able to resist the holiday magic?
From USA Today bestselling author Tasha Black:
Tess Lane has just completed a magical task that consumed her every waking moment for years. Though she longs for a way to use her special skills in the regular world, Tess’s magic comes with a price that makes sharing it with others all but impossible. The unbelievably gorgeous guy she meets when visiting her sister’s new family for the holidays certainly makes her wish otherwise. If only she could stop breaking things long enough to get to know him better.
Will Harkness has always been a lone wolf. Surrounded by a large and loving foster family, Will skirts the edges of the madcap career success his siblings have enjoyed, preferring to live a quiet life filled with simple pleasures. But when his brother Derek’s wife brings her voluptuous but accident-prone little sister home for the holidays, Will’s feelings suddenly get complicated.
When the two are thrown together with the mission of baking two hundred apple pies during an epic blizzard, Tess can hardly resist the pull of her magic. Will the shadow waiting in the snow snuff them out for good? Or will these two loners learn to open their hearts?
Bake This! is a steamy and light-hearted holiday romance, set in the world of 300 Moons.
Tess has not had an easy time of it. Her magic often goes awry and as with magic there’s a price to pay. Her price is truth which tends to cause awkward situations. Will is drawn to Tess on an intimate level even though he hasn’t hit 300 moons yet. The shadow demon loves to cause havoc which they solve. It’s a fun read set around family celebrations.
Wolf Picked His Wallflower
Tess, a witch with a bad magic backlash problem, feels herself to be a fixer of mechanical things. Will Harkness is enjoying keeping both eyes on Tess as she tries to fix the cash register. She causes the fire alarm to go off, so she runs and hides, embarrassed.
Tess watches as the Harkness family make 200 Apple pies for the Firehouse roof auction. Everyone has a station, where they make one part of the pie. She doesn't have a place, until someone mentions a problem with an oven. Then, tragedy and embarrassment. She tells everyone to leave and she will make the pies. Will stays to help.
This story will make you laugh and will warm your heart, like Apple pie. I received this book for an honest review.