Publisher Description

Come to Night Meadow Island, where love is flowing, sisters rule and magic is real. 

When Corinne Knight wakes up with amnesia, she doesn’t know how to use the magic her family claims she has. Considering she and her twin run a magical baked goods business, the fact that she can’t remember how to spell the recipes is bothersome. But that’s not her biggest frustration; her attraction to Noah Wilson is. Because even though he seems open to a relationship, Corinne senses something in their past has kept them apart, and she’s afraid it’s so big she’ll regret letting him into her heart again.


Noah Wilson isn’t sure what the Knight women are thinking when they push Corinne at him knowing she can’t remember their tumultuous relationship that crashed and burned. He knows going along with their plan to minimize the problems he and Corinne had is like making a deal with the devil, but he can’t help hoping that it’s a chance for the woman he’s always loved to realize her true feelings too… Before her memory comes back to ruin it all. 

January 20
Sugarloaf Press
Susan A Shehan

Customer Reviews

D.W.Y.T. ,

Alright but not captivating

Relatively sweet story but I felt it needed to be read double the normal speed. Not as captivating as could be. I guess it’s more realistic as realistic can get in witchcraft but not as compelling or heart touching as others I’ve read

Marty Hebert ,

Amazing Book, Highly recommend This Book!

This was my first book by this author and will not be my last. Already bought the next book in the series. I got this book because is looked like a enjoyable relaxing read and the first book was free. This book sucked me in on chapter one and connected with the main character right away. Threw out the in tire book I felt was the MC was feeling and was rooting for the romance relationship to work out.

Cindy Wittmann Jones ,

Witch forgotten

I really didn’t like this book very much. It was slow to start and after I got seven chapters in, I skipped about twelve chapters learning that I didn’t miss much by not reading the rest. nNotmuch happened and it didn’t get any better at the end.

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