Impossible

by Nancy Werlin

No lie, this is the third time I’ve read this book.

Sometimes when we reread things, some of the magic is lost.

Not so in this case. Even though I knew all the twists and turns and I’ve been familiar with the characters for a while, I still kind of love this book.

Lucy is a 17 year old who lives with her amazing foster parents. She soon learns that there is a curse on the women in her family going back for generations and she has only a limited time to complete three impossible tasks.

I tried to recommend this book the other day to someone but I didn’t explain it well. I started talking about evil elves and curses and teenagers and her face was kind of priceless. Sometimes it’s hard for people (especially if you’re a little older) to take a chance on something that delves into fantasy. This is a perfect way to dip your feet in without feeling like you’re going to drown in fantastical worlds.

If you like a good love story with a touch of magic, this is the book for you. Check it out.

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1 Comment

  1. Great book. Started this morning, couldn’t put it down til I finished it. Literally. I was washing dishes one-handed so I could keep reading. Overall, I give it an 8/10. Two changes would have put it at the 10/10 level (SPOILER ALERT) 1) That she didn’t get married in the middle of the book. I thought less of her for it and felt that their relationship developed to quickly to be believable. 2) That she was 25 not 17. She never acted like a high school senior, not once. Otherwise, I loved it. Great find, Mel. Thanks!

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