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Charmed & Dangerous by Candace Havens
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A day in the life of a modern witch - written in the first person point of view in diary form. So not my favorite writing style. It jumps around and it just isn't that interesting.

Bronwyn provides magical protection for the Prime Minister of England, among other things. At a meeting in Norway, the Prime Minister is meeting with Sheik Azir of Dubai, whose cousin is trying to kill him. Bronwyn gets roped into protecting him too. A lot of time in Dubai follows which is a tad boring. Bronwyn recently started dating Dr. Sam and she has mixed feeling since he's a warlock. The problem (for me) is that she doesn't explain why she has a problem with dating a warlock - not that it stops her from dating him.

I just didn't feel the love between them. She instantly had the hots for him but then again she pretty much had the hots for the Prime Minister and the Sheik too. Sam seemed to just go along for the ride. The story ended well but I really had to force myself to finish reading it. This is so not a series I will continue.
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