Review: Orla’s Wish by Emma Wallace


Orla’s Wish by Emma Wallace
Series: Natural Charm (# 3)
Release Date: August 10, 2011
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Page Count: 60 pages
Source: Book provided by publisher for review

No one ever told Orla Delaney to be careful what she wished for. At her brother Finn’s wedding to the beautiful if eccentric Grace, Orla experiences an uncharacteristic twinge of envy. She wishes her breasts were bigger, her legs were longer and, most of all, she wishes she could find a man of her own. One who will help her go wild and let go of all her inhibitions.

Enter Callan MacKinnon. Cal is used to getting his own way; he’s demanding, charismatic and, all too often, irresistible. He’s also bored, restless and discontented—a lethal combination. So when he meets the lovely Orla at his friend’s wedding, he decides he’s going to have her—but not without a little interference from Rose, the island’s resident witch.


Review: Book three in Ms. Wallace’s Natural Charm series continues to draw us into the steamy lives of the residents on a Scottish island. Orla’s story is a smooth combination of romance, paranormal and a blistering attraction.

Orla and Callan are well rounded relatable characters that collide with sexual chemistry from the first pages. The story line is interesting and entertaining. If you’re a fan of the series, past characters are sprinkled throughout keeping continuity. This is a quick read and although the pacing noticeably ebbs and flows, you’ll be happy to have spent an afternoon reading it. I enjoyed Orla’s Wish and recommend it. Orla is one lucky girl!

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