is a columnist for a magazine that caters to the New Age
crowd despite the fact she’s a skeptic. When she’s offered
the opportunity to interview author, recluse, and
self-proclaimed witch Blaze Robinson, she’s prepared to find
another charlatan. Blaze Robinson turns out to not only be
hotter than the weather, but he might possibly be the real
thing. She just needs to make it through the week long
visit without trying to jump him.
kooks and clinging sycophants, Blaze Robinson prefers to
spend his time writing and researching alone. His plans for
a peaceful, quiet Beltane are disrupted by Valda’s visit.
What’s a solitary witch set in his ways to do when he meets
a woman that he can’t resist? Hope that he can prove to his
little cowan, or nonbeliever, he’s genuine about absolutely
everything, including his feelings for her.
Laughter and love are a formidable combination in Eyes
of the Cowan. There’s a warm glow that I didn’t
want to escape while reading this story. Blaze and Valda
made me smile so much I wanted an invite to visit them.
Between the witty dialogue, racy love scenes, Beltane rites,
and intriguing snippets about witches, Ms. Austin could do
no wrong. She did it all just right like a sweet and
salty recipe. After reading this magically delicious tale,
I wanted to toast this author because she writes and
understands romance so well.