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Wednesday, March 4, 2009
Review - A Taste of Summer Magic
Title: A Taste of Summer Magic
Author: Christine McKay
Publisher: Carnal Passions
Buy Link: A Taste Of Summer Magic
Rating: You Want to Read
Reviewed by: Mickey
Poor Morgan T’Naile, at the beginning of Christine McKay’s A Taste of Summer Magic we find her living in a national park, recently divorced by her loser husband; life is just not going the way she envisioned when she was back in high school. Of course, who does she met again but her teenage best friend’s little brother Jason Scholl, as a reminder of those old times and past dreams. Jason, it seems, has harbored a few dreams of his own concerning Morgan and the past, dreams that his life partner Perry is not averse to letting him act out, as long as they all participate. What a question for Morgan to ponder – two handsome men, possible sexcapades, what more could a girl want?
Morgan might be divorced, but she’s not dead and it doesn’t take much for her to agree to Jason and Perry’s proposal. Initially, the three manage to share a home, a relationship, and even their restaurant with few mishaps considering their personality differences. I liked Ms. McKay’s writing style, she has a wry sense of humor that lends itself well to her subject matter and genre, and translates into very hot love scenes between her characters.
Watching Morgan, Jason and Perry live and learn about each other is certainly entertaining however; it all changes when her past rears its ugly head once again. While magic is part of the title, it only plays a minor role in a story that still manages to be very amusing. It will be interesting to see what direction this author goes in next, I look forward to reading her future books.