Review ~ Mountain Charm by Sydney Logan
Mountain Charm by Sydney Logan
To read an excerpt, please go check out the blog tour post.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I really enjoyed this love story. With a touch of magic and a soulmate, Angelina and Dylan find their way together. This is one of those books that leaves me situated again after reading so many heartbreaking books. I feel the happiness and love that flowed through the words. The few small obstacles made it interesting enough with killing my soul, and I love stories like this that are filled with such hope and good feels.
The hero, Dylan was filled with such love and devotion for Angelina that he willing changed his whole life for her. He said and did the most amazing things and all with such desire to please his woman. I love that type of hero, the truly good soul.
Sydney has managed to touch my soul again with this book as much as she did with the first in The Appalachian Heart Collection. They are stand alone stories based in the same area.
I highly recommend this story and any of Logan’s books to those that love real heartfelt romance.
Thanks to TWCS and the author for the ARC.
“True love and sweet whispers, till death do us part;
Send someone to love my Appalachian heart.”
At the age of thirteen, Angelina Clark followed in the footsteps of her ancestors by casting an Appalachian love spell, which promised she would blossom into a beautiful and gifted woman who would find her true love. A young Angelina had been thrilled to participate in the sacred ritual, but through the years, her father’s untimely death and her mother’s failing health have shaken Angelina’s magical faith to its core. As her twenty-first birthday approaches, she refuses to practice her supernatural gifts and no longer believes in the love charm.
That is, until Dylan Thomas arrives on her front porch.
Dylan, a Nashville writer, travels to the mountain town of Maple Ridge to unearth the family’s supernatural secrets. While her clairvoyant mother is convinced that Dylan is her daughter’s soul mate, Angelina refuses to see the nosy reporter as anything more than a nuisance.
Despite their constant bickering, sparks fly.
Dylan admits he feels strangely drawn to Angelina and is in no hurry to leave Maple Ridge or publish his magazine article. Fearful that his emotions are being influenced by the spell, a stubborn Angelina struggles to fight her own budding attraction to the reporter.
The two inevitably grow closer just as her mother’s health begins to deteriorate, and Angelina is faced with the possibility of selling the family’s music shop to pay the mounting medical expenses. Desperate to help the woman he loves, Dylan explores his own family tree and finds support from an unlikely source. Can he finally prove his love is real—spell or no spell?
A story filled with love, friendship, family, and just a hint of Appalachian magic, Mountain Charm will leave you spellbound.