In addition to that I also freely admit that one of my greatest guilty pleasures in life is my enjoyment of stupid rom-com movies – and my favorite overused theme is the “do over.” You know what I’m talking about. The stories where someone wishes their life had been different and by the magic of an ancient voodoo spell or some such find they get a chance to do things over again. Like in 17 Again . . .
or Peggy Sue Got Married . . .
or THE BEST as well as the most repeatiest of repeat movies of all-time . . .
Miss Spelled is one of those stories. Fearing that her past might come back and bite her in the derriere, Lou finds an internet witch to help her erase herself from an old flame's memories in order to obtain her happily ever after with her fiancé, Aidan. However, like most miracle cures found on the internet something goes awry and Lou finds herself deleted from everyone’s memories and Aidan engaged to someone else. With only a week to reverse the curse, Lou has some serious scrambling to do in order to get her life and her love back.
If you’re anything like me now that the Great Snow Dump of 2015 might finally be wrapping up, you might be looking for something a little fluffier to read while enjoying your morning coffee on the deck one weekend. This is a great choice. It was cavity inducing sweet, funny, and went in a completely different direction than I thought it would. Sometimes even an old hag like me needs to feel the warm fuzzies and this one provided plenty.
Recommended to anyone who wants to put a little love (and magic) in their heart ; )
ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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