Casual Hex

Casual Hex

eBook - 2009
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"Gwen Dubois lives in Indiana, but her heart is in France with Marc Chevalier. Now's he's come to Big Knob to show Gwen the real meaning of amour and coax her back to Paris. But stiff competition is coming from another part of the world--if not exactly this world. Prince Leo of the Atwood fairy kingdom has his own plans for Gwen. As Marc and Leo battle for Gwen's affections, Big Knob's resident matchmaking witch and wizard move in to help true love triumph in the best way they know how: with a little magic. But when the rivalry puts Gwen in danger, the men in her life are asked to prove their love in ways no one could have imagined."--Page 4 of cover.
Publisher: New York : Onyx, 2009
ISBN: 9781101019009
110101900X
9781101019559
1101019557
9781101017357
110101735X
Branch Call Number: PS3620.H73 C38 2009x
Characteristics: 1 downloadable text file

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QueenBoadicea Jun 11, 2015

Ms. Thompson performs a slight gender twist on her previous novels set in Big Knob. This time, the worldly outsider who believes in the supernatural is male while his partner in denial is a female. The nerdiness is gender roles switched as well, providing a genuine surprise for her loyal fanbase.

When a royal suitor presents himself as competition and there’s French sophistication as an actual lure, the outcome of this romance is actually in doubt. The sexual attraction among the central romantic leads is heated enough but the sex itself takes a back seat for more important matters. The story provides multiple viewpoints between protagonists and puts George the dragon in a pivotal role. It’s a satisfying coda to the series, charming, exciting, emotionally gratifying and sexually potent.

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