Felicity Holt has one ambition—to be an on-air reporter. After a lifetime of teasing and taunts of being one of the witches in Lake Points infamous Witch House, she wants to be known as more. When it comes to men, she beds them and leaves them, because it’s far safer than getting tangled in a relationship. When Craig McAlister, one of her childhood tormenters, returns to town, all of her ambitions and rules get turned on their head.
When Craig manages to nab the coveted spot of Assistant Chief in the Lake Point fire department he returns home. Seeing Felicity again stirs up an old crush, and the more he gets to know her, the more he wants to be more than a fling.
Opportunity and ambition rear their head and put Felicity and Craig’s relationship on the line. Felicity risks everything to pursue her dream. Will reaching her goal be worth the risk of losing Craig’s love?
***All books in Holidays at Lake Point are standalone reads.
This book was fabulous. Excellent writing. The storyline was right on point and reading this book will bring out many emotions. Great great read!!! ~Julie Minton
The story of Felicity and Craig is breathtaking. You will not only be wanting to laugh but you feel the desire. The details are very well written and you will not be disappointed. It is a very fast paced and easy read that will play through your head like a movie. This series will keep you interested and highly entertained. Each book is placed around a holiday. The title goes along with each holiday. This book Witch Way goes with Halloween. Each book can be a stand alone and will not need to be read in order.~Amanda Hamilton
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