About the Book:
Magic realism mixes with romantic comedy in this new novel from Sarah Belle about the dangers of internet shopping – and using magic to solve real world problems.
Lou’s life is perfect. She loves her job, her renovated house, and most of all, her gorgeous fiancé, Aidan. But when her old flame and Aidan’s school yard nemesis turn out to be the same person, Hunter Wincott, Lou’s life is blown apart. She must divulge her secret past, or have Hunter give it away. Either way, she runs the real risk of losing Aidan.
In desperation, she turns to Google. A quick search turns up Majique, the Internet Witch, and a spell that will delete herself from Hunter’s memory. But something goes wrong in the casting process, and Lou deletes much more than just a memory. She deletes herself from her life completely.Luckily, there’s a one-week window for Lou to get back to the life she loved. One week to win back Aidan, before he walks down the aisle with the wrong woman, and damns everyone to a lifetime of misery. It would be easy, if only Aidan had any idea who Lou actually is.
About the Author:
Sarah Belle started her professional life in the hospitality industry, working in some of the
roughest hotels in Melbourne in the late Eighties, surrounded by drug dealers, prostitutes,
pimps, and undercover police. Tiring of the inherent dangers of her working environment, Sarah
completed a business degree and went on to work in the recruitment industry and the Department
of Defence, where she met and married the man of her dreams: a dashing, Army Blackhawk pilot. They have four young sons and live on the beautiful Queensland coast, where Sarah's days are
spent being a frazzled mum, writer, Bikram Yoga devotee and the only woman in a house of five males.
Sarah is a proud member of the Romance Writers of Australia and the Australian Romance Readers Association. She is also an RWA volunteer and writes the Author Spotlight for the RWA Blog.
Looking for a fun and enjoyable read? Then look no further!! Miss Spelled was an entertaining read and takes the reader on a journey through Lou's ups and downs of her life. There is also a friendly reminder it is always better to face yor past then try to run and hide from it. However, I was happy that Lou did not know this as I enjoyed reading about her journey. The writing in the story flows well and there is a steady flow from start to finish. I did not find that there were any weak spots of the book. Sarah without a doubt is a very talented writer and I look forward to reading future works!
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