Grace Valentine had the perfect marriage and a great career managing her husband’s real estate office. Or so she thought until three months ago when she was served with divorce papers. Thanks to her philandering ex, not only is she out of a husband, but she’s out of a job, too.
At the age of forty-five with the help of her coven, Grace is ready to pick up the pieces and move on. But her only job prospect is at the rival real estate office, and it’s only for a trial run. She’ll need to prove that she can sell the haunted properties of Premonition Pointe before she’s hired permanently.
But who has time to deal with haunted houses when she’s testing out every antiperspirant on the market to combat her escalating hot flashes, trying not to succumb to the advances of the hot thirty-four-year-old in her office, and ignoring the urges to hex her ex with erectile dysfunction? Okay, maybe she doesn’t ignore the urges. She might be a witch, but she’s only human. Can Grace prove to herself and her new boss she has the magical touch to sell the impossible and find the courage to get her groove back… even if her new love interest is a decade younger?
Series – Premonition Pointe = Witching For Grace – Witching for Hope – Witching for Joy – Witching for Clarity –
Title: Witching for Grace
Series: Premonition Pointe #1
Author: Deanna Chase
Genre: Paranormal Women’s Fiction
Publication Date: February 18, 2020
Star Rating: 4.5
I had a blast with Witching For Grace. It’s full of that special, unique girls tribe kind of friendships that will stick with each other, often longer than the love interests in their lives and always, always have each other’s backs. It’s also full of laughter (the snort-giggles that catch you off guard), tears (the good, the ugly, the angry kind), friendships, new beginnings, bits of mysteries, magic, and moving on from the past to whatever the future holds. It’s a powerful story in so many ways, and I cannot wait to dive into the next story in this series. Yes, it’s that good that I’m already planning on getting my grabby hands on it once it hits release day.
I loved the premise of the haunted houses and getting them sold – even the idea of a specialized haunted house realtor makes perfect sense. The stories behind these houses also added to Witching For Grace, bringing in the town and its history into this world as well. I have to admit that there were several times I wanted to smack someone upside the head, and I imagine these ladies could (and have) done even better than that. *wink*
I don’t know of anything else I could possibly say that doesn’t involve spoilers, which I do not do, except to say that I absolutely loved the experience of this story, I enjoyed myself so much. Go, check out Witching For Grace for yourself – I believe you’ll have the time of your life and be back for more.
*This review first appeared on my Keeper Bookshelf site. There was no snitching of content involved here since I own and operate both blogs… the writing and the reviews were done by me. Just to clear up any future misunderstandings. 🙂 *
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