Review; Spells and Oregano (The Secret Spice Cafe Trilogy #2) by Patricia V. Davis

Ages ago I read Spells and Oregano by Patricia V. Davis and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
A mother desperate to save her twin sons, a war veteran in torment, a beautiful young psychic with a terrible secret, a powerful magician with a shattered soul, and a Queen steeped in history and glory. These extraordinary beings cross paths and set off a remarkable chain of events in Spells and Oregano: Book II in The Secret Spice Cafe Trilogy.

Overcome by despair after a trauma when she was sixteen, Sarita Taylor has spent the past ten years isolated and lonely aboard her beloved RMS Queen Mary. Fearful of outsiders, she dedicates her time to managing The Secret Spice Café, now an award-winning restaurant. Until Luca Miceli, a man with a dark past, steps on board.

Patricia V. Davis deftly spins past and present, mystery and magic, into a potent story of passionate longing and family tragedy all at once. Spells and Oregano is a compelling tale of atonement, devotion, and undying love, set aboard one of the world's most magnificent, haunted ships. The Secret Spice Cafe Trilogy is an official Pulpwood Queens Book Club Selection.

My Thoughts on the Book
The first book in this trilogy had me hooked, so of course I had to read this one too. Some of the characters from the last book is included in this one, as well as a few new characters. The plot and the storyline makes it a really fun read and one will not be disappointed.


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