Book Review: The 13th Guest by: Rebecca Royce

Rating: 3/5

Publisher: Musa Publishing

Publication Date: June 13, 2014

Origins:  From Publisher for Review

Synopsis: She snuck aboard his ferry, and if he can save her life, she'll repair the hole in his heart.

Dr. Amelia Everett is a respectable psychologist from New York City. She wants only to find out how so many of her patients are getting healed emotionally from their stay the Wiccan Haus. The only problem? Every time she tries to schedule a visit, she is denied entry What other choice does she have except to sneak on the boat?

Damek Antonov is a ferry boat captain with a broken heart. He spends his days shuttling passengers to and from the island but whatever magic his charges find there, he has not seen any himself. But, when Amelia is made Damek's responsibility, the two will find that taking risks might lead to the great adventure ever: love.

Series: Wiccan Haus series

Review: THE 13TH GUEST is the twelfth book in the delightful Wiccan Haus series. Dr. Amelia Everett is a psychologist who has referred many patients to the Wiccan Haus for healing and it has done wonders. She’s desperate to know how their magical healing works, but denied everytime she tries to make a reservation, so she sneaks aboard the ferry led by Captain Damek Antonov. Both Amelia and Damek have emotional scars which are in desperate need of healing. Can they find the solace they both need in each other’s arms? THE 13TH GUEST seemed shorter than most Wiccan Haus books and I don’t know if the story was a developed as it could have been. I think both Amelia and Damek could have used more time to explore their issues and I don’t believe falling into bed together cures all ills. THE 13TH GUEST is still a sweet story of redemption and love, firmly entrenched in the Wiccan Haus mythos.

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