MAGNETISM lived up to its name. The story was compelling and pulled you along as you follow the adventures of the characters you meet. Mousy Ember, left widowed with two young children must do what she must to ensure the future of her children. Card shark and hypnotist, Snowden Smith and his little band needed a quiet place to plot their next scam. Fate intervenes and they meet at the little run-down farmhouse. Can one woman and two little children beat the gang at their own game?
As Ember and Snowden fight against their mutual attractions, angelic forces intervene with humorous results. Their names are significant, who is really a simmering bed of passion and who is cold? Can they tame each other? Will love conquer all, or will the forces of evil prevail? You'll have to read, MAGNETISM, to find out for yourself.
Shannah Biondine's writing flows and she easily bring her characters to life; even those on the sideline are indelibly painted on your mind. It is easy to picture in your readers' mind, the scenery as the characters see it. This was a fun book to read, and the "heavenly humor" added to its charm.