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From USA Today bestseller Kat Cantrell, comes a small-town romance series with a touch of magic.

Welcome to Superstition Springs, town in progress.

After being kicked out of the Navy, ex-SEAL Caleb Hardy needs a new mission, and rebuilding an old Texas mining town into a tourist attraction is it. If he does it right, Superstition Springs will become a new home for his band of world-weary teammates… and maybe a place to atone for the horrific mistake they’d made in the line of duty.

Havana Nixon has other plans for the quirky dot on the map she never could quite call home. The town is falling apart. Struggling. Solution: convince the folks to sell out. Except she didn’t count on the infuriating (and gorgeous, not that she’d ever tell him that) obstacle who plunks down in the middle of her land deal and acts like the careful barriers she’s erected against the world don’t exist. Thank goodness she’s arrived armed with a fiancé in tow, never mind that it’s all a sham designed to keep one of her aunt’s famous love predictions from coming true.

But in a mystical place like Superstition Springs, nothing ever goes as expected, least of all a head-to-head between two people with opposing plans, who spark every time they get in each other’s way. If they could just unbend long enough to compromise, they might figure out they both want the same thing–forever.

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Fly Girl’s Review:

Where did the time go.  I finished this a couple weeks ago, but it just seems like yesterday.  This one had me when she started out with the letters that were exchanged between the matriarch of Superstition Springs and the service men in the war.  I love stories like that where people connect from a random event in their life and then try to make something of it.  Well, if you like that kind of flight itinerary then this one is for you.

The SEAL team has no idea what they are getting into, but as usual with little intel and a lot of fortitude they push forward to their destinies and the women who will heal their hearts and hopefully their minds. The diverse nature of the people of the town give this book it’s true personality and sparks the imagination of what the follow up books will be about.  Magic is subtle in this series and I like that, it makes it feel life could really dish that kind out.  Just a nudge here or a prod there.  Kudos to Kat for creating such a great town and bringing to life these amazing personalities.

The only reason I’m giving this a 4 of 5 propellers is because I felt the ending was a little bit rushed and somehow Havana and her investment banker seemed to give in too easily to the new town plans.  Maybe that will flesh out more in the next book in the series.  I’m willing to wait and see.  This is going to be a wonderful series and it will be great to see how they bring a small dying town back to life.  We could use a lot of true stories like that in this country right now.  So if there is an inspired investment banker who needs some help with a project like that, please contact me I’d love to join you.  I’m full of ideas, but short on dough.  Kat, can’t wait for the next installment.  Which will be July 16th.  A Lot Like Perfect…

4 of 5 Propellers

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USA Today Bestselling Author Kat Cantrell read her first Harlequin novel in third grade and has been scribbling in notebooks since she learned to spell. What else would she write but romance? When she’s not writing about characters on the journey to happily ever after, she can be found at a taekwondo tournament, watching Big Bang Theory or dancing with her kids to Duran Duran and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Kat, her husband and their two boys live in North Texas. She was a former Harlequin So You Think You Can Write winner and a former RWA® Golden Heart® finalist for best unpublished series contemporary manuscript.