Andromeda has been kicked out of her home and must find work. As a debtera, she’s tasked with removing the Evil Eye from people and their houses. But it might prove too much when she comes across a particularly tough case at the Rochester house.
What an interesting, insta-love novel that has magical elements of curses and a touch of romance. I haven’t read Jane Eyre, it’s never sounded up my ally, so perhaps I’m reading this from an entirely different approach. I see everyone talking about Andi and Magnus in reviews, but I’ve always had a sweet spot for those that don’t draw the reader. Rocky and toxic as it was, I saw the soft side of Jember and was moved as his character developed later in the book. I enjoyed reading this one. It was a well-told, unique storyline. Thank you, St. Martin’s, for sending this along.