Jaclyn’s Review: Tangled Up (Bachelors of Buttermilk Falls #2) by Robyn Neeley

Tangled Up (Bachelors of Buttermilk Falls, #2)Tangled Up (Bachelors of Buttermilk Falls #2)
written by Robyn Neeley
published by Robyn Neeley, 2015

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Did I enjoy this book: 
I did! Full disclosure–this book is the second in a series. The series is about the people in a small town, two of whom can do magic. I did not read the first book, and they did enough of the backstory in the second that I didn’t really NEED to read it. Before reading this you need to accept that 1) the characters do magic, and 2) there is enough drama in this small town to warrant multiple books. Once you accept that, this book is actually pretty cute.

The main character has a few one-night stands with the town hottie (can you have multiple one-night stands with the same guy??).  She decides he’s not ready to settle down, but she is–so, the obvious thing to do is magic. She casts a spell to make him forget they ever met. However, as soon as she casts the spell she decides she really DOES want a relationship with him. She then spends the rest of the book trying to make him fall in love with her, WITHOUT magic. It’s a cute read, and the characters are well written. You want them to fall in love at the end.

 

Would I recommend it: I’d recommend this to a girlfriend for some light reading.  t was fun and quick with just enough drama to move the plot along.

 

jaclyn

About the book – from Goodreads: Abby Stevens doesn’t know what’s gotten into her, but getting tangled up nightly with the latest bachelor to Buttermilk Falls has to stop. Sure, Brandon Swift’s got rock hard abs and blue eyes to die for, but the Los Angles playboy is not the man for her. To end things between them once and for all, she might need some magical help.

Brandon is settling into small-town life thanks to his new bartending gig and the cute redhead sharing his bed. He suspects she might be looking for more than a fling. After a bitter divorce and a few months of playing the field, he might finally be ready, too.

But when Abby presents him with an enchanted cupcake that reverses his attraction to her, both discover strong feelings they didn’t realize they had. Is it too late to reverse the spell?

 

Happy 2