Tuesday, March 24, 2015

RI Author Feature: Review of The Kitchen Witch by Annette Blair

(previously read & posted review)
Synopsis: "Sedate single dad Logan Kilgarven is somehow bewitched into helping his lovely downstairs neighbor, Melody Seabright, get her own cooking show at his TV station. How did that happen? Melody can't even cook. In her hands, potatoes lump, gravy boils over, and chicken explodes. Still, she's got showmanship, and the general manager can practically taste syndication when her show, The Kitchen Witch, takes off. Even as the boss's daughter sets her sights on Logan, he and Melody are making some hot magic of their own. Sure, opposites attract, but can they last?"

My Review: A very cute, fun, light romance. I personally loved Salem when I visited last year and loved how this book was based in Salem and really stuck to the atmosphere of the town. The characters were very endearing, I absolutely adored Shane, Logan, Melody and Jessie, and even Melody's friends. The story line was some what typical but it was still fun with the quirky personalities involved. I loved how Blair added in the cooking, it added an extra flare to keep the story exciting(and me being not the best cook either it made me giggle at some of the mistakes I have made).
My Rating: This was a light and enjoyable read when I read it a couple of years ago. It lead me to purchasing the rest of the trilogy when I met Annette Blair at the Rhode Island Author convention. This one earned Three Paws and a Stump Wag.


  1. This one sounds so cute! Love the cover too.

    1. It was a really cute book, and I agree I adore this cover (it was what originally attracted me to the book).