Thursday, July 18, 2013

"How (Not) to Kiss a Toad," by Elizabeth A. Reeves

Life is full of surprises for magical baker - and witch - Cindy Eller. Over 130 four- and five-star reviews!

How (Not) to Kiss a Toad (Cindy Eller #1), by Elizabeth A Reeves

"This novel has a wonderful sense of humor, with Cindy having to figure out how to turn a date from a toad back into a human, while making him a very good breakfast. The story takes place in a well imagined world of witches, and the problems in their powers that sometimes develop. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and the twist with the man of Cindy's dreams." -- Amazon reviewer

Cindy Eller is a witch with a gift for creating decadent desserts highlighting the exotic and spicy flavors of her native Southwest. However, life isn't always sweet for this magical baker. All her life she's been cursed-- every man she's ever kissed has turned into a toad. Love isn't likely to come her way, she knows.

If that weren't a big enough problem, her 'curse' has come to the attention of the Council of Magic and she may never be able to use her powers.

Enter the perfect man-- handsome, sweet, and loves food just as much as Cindy does. It would seem to be a match made in Heaven, or is it?

Cindy isn't the only one keeping secrets.

With toads, cupcakes, romance, magic and ice cream, life never has time to get dull!

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Meet the Author

Legend has it that Elizabeth A Reeves was born with a book in her hands and immediately requested a pony. Though this story is questionable, it is true that books and horses have been consistent themes in her life. Born in Massachusetts, she was quickly transplanted to Arizona by a professor father and creativity-driven mother, who is the one responsible for saying "If you can't find a book that you want to read, write a book you want to read."

In her spare time, she likes to knit, weave, hatch chickens, and chase after her husband and four sons.

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