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Something in the Water? Marnie Somerset’s new job at the Mystic Springs Library seems almost too good to be true. Yes, the small Alabama town is populated with more than its share of odd people, and she did have a flat tire on her way into town and hallucinate Bigfoot crossing the road, which made for less than a stellar start. But the library is fantastic, her new house Something in the Water? Marnie Somerset’s new job at the Mystic Springs Library seems almost too good to be true. Yes, the small Alabama town is populated with more than its share of odd people, and she did have a flat tire on her way into town and hallucinate Bigfoot crossing the road, which made for less than a stellar start. But the library is fantastic, her new house is charming, and the hot local writer keeps crossing her path. In more ways than one. Clint Maxwell is drawn to the new librarian, even though he knows getting involved with someone from outside Mystic Springs would be a very bad idea. Marnie’s not a Springer, and she won’t last long in a town awash with magic. Still, when she’s threatened he feels compelled to protect her. Is she meant to be his? Is this the woman he’s been waiting for?


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Something in the Water? Marnie Somerset’s new job at the Mystic Springs Library seems almost too good to be true. Yes, the small Alabama town is populated with more than its share of odd people, and she did have a flat tire on her way into town and hallucinate Bigfoot crossing the road, which made for less than a stellar start. But the library is fantastic, her new house Something in the Water? Marnie Somerset’s new job at the Mystic Springs Library seems almost too good to be true. Yes, the small Alabama town is populated with more than its share of odd people, and she did have a flat tire on her way into town and hallucinate Bigfoot crossing the road, which made for less than a stellar start. But the library is fantastic, her new house is charming, and the hot local writer keeps crossing her path. In more ways than one. Clint Maxwell is drawn to the new librarian, even though he knows getting involved with someone from outside Mystic Springs would be a very bad idea. Marnie’s not a Springer, and she won’t last long in a town awash with magic. Still, when she’s threatened he feels compelled to protect her. Is she meant to be his? Is this the woman he’s been waiting for?

30 review for Bigfoot and the Librarian

  1. 4 out of 5

    Penelope

    Fun! This was a great “take” on the Bigfoot legend. I would be very pleased to see additional novels stem from this idea and location! I recently read the western Running Wild by both Linda (Winstead) Jones and Linda Howard. Normally a Linda Howard fan, Running Wild was my first Linda W Jones novel. I decided to check out other books written by Linda Jones and then Bigfoot and the Librarian was newly released, so I purchased it. Bigfoot and the Librarian is a paranormal-shifter novel that takes p Fun! This was a great “take” on the Bigfoot legend. I would be very pleased to see additional novels stem from this idea and location! I recently read the western Running Wild by both Linda (Winstead) Jones and Linda Howard. Normally a Linda Howard fan, Running Wild was my first Linda W Jones novel. I decided to check out other books written by Linda Jones and then Bigfoot and the Librarian was newly released, so I purchased it. Bigfoot and the Librarian is a paranormal-shifter novel that takes place in the secluded town of Mystic Springs, AL. Marnie/h is a librarian who has recently been hired to work in their small town. Clint/H is the town’s local author and has lived there his entire life. Sighting something unusual the day of Marnie’s arrival, she finds herself first curious then quickly becomes justifiably concerned as unexplained occurrences and threats surround her. Marnie soon finds not only does the town hide more than a few secrets but Clint, who she thought might be a friend, has a few of his own as well. I found Bigfoot and the Librarian a delightfully fun introduction to a magical town with fascinating residents. I read paranormal novels to be entertained and to escape from reality for a just a little while. Bigfoot and the Librarian accomplished that. I enjoyed it so much, that I looked back at other novels Linda Winstead Jones has written and ordered 3 more titles from her contemporary and time travel genres. Bigfoot was a fairly quick read for me. It had a romance while leaving the intimacy mostly to the imagination and I found the language non-offensive. I generally hear worse when someone dumps their morning coffee on themselves. ;). This was a delightful escape.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Cara Bristol

    After Marnie Maxwell loses her job and breaks up with her boyfriend, she gets such a fantastic position as a librarian in the small town of Mystic Springs, it almost seems to be too good to be true. The library is a dream, and the job comes with a charming fully furnished house! As she's driving into town, a shadowy figure that looks shockingly like Bigfoot runs across the road. From there, things get a little weird... This was a really a great paranormal story, that was as much about Marnie figur After Marnie Maxwell loses her job and breaks up with her boyfriend, she gets such a fantastic position as a librarian in the small town of Mystic Springs, it almost seems to be too good to be true. The library is a dream, and the job comes with a charming fully furnished house! As she's driving into town, a shadowy figure that looks shockingly like Bigfoot runs across the road. From there, things get a little weird... This was a really a great paranormal story, that was as much about Marnie figuring out the magical nature and mystery surrounding the town as it was about her romance with hunky resident Clint Maxwell who's a horror writer and a Bigfoot shifter. Bigfoot and the Librarian ticks the boxes for a romance, but if romance isn't your thing, there's plenty of magic and mayhem to make this a worthwhile read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    Very straightforward with traditional shifter romance formula, but the town of Mystic Springs is charming and I found myself really enjoying this. Marnie arrives to be the new librarian, and naturally begins noticing things supernatural quirks. Clint is, no surprise really, Bigfoot. Marnie is in danger, etc. Mystic Springs, though, is a delightful twist on the usual town of monsters, with a variety of gifts and characters. Don't expect this to be something it's not, and you'll enjoy it too. Very straightforward with traditional shifter romance formula, but the town of Mystic Springs is charming and I found myself really enjoying this. Marnie arrives to be the new librarian, and naturally begins noticing things supernatural quirks. Clint is, no surprise really, Bigfoot. Marnie is in danger, etc. Mystic Springs, though, is a delightful twist on the usual town of monsters, with a variety of gifts and characters. Don't expect this to be something it's not, and you'll enjoy it too.

  4. 5 out of 5

    MB (What she read)

    I'm a sucker for this kind of title. Too cheesy for words. I've got to give it a try. Will report back... Okay, I'm back and I'm out of here at 41%. I'm simultaneously bored and irritated, so it's time to move on to something else. A common problem I have with romantic fantasy is authors who don't bother to think out and plan their magical worlds --who just want to hand wave away all the what, why, where, when, how, and who questions instead of doing the actual work of world building. This book i I'm a sucker for this kind of title. Too cheesy for words. I've got to give it a try. Will report back... Okay, I'm back and I'm out of here at 41%. I'm simultaneously bored and irritated, so it's time to move on to something else. A common problem I have with romantic fantasy is authors who don't bother to think out and plan their magical worlds --who just want to hand wave away all the what, why, where, when, how, and who questions instead of doing the actual work of world building. This book is not worse than many I've read but it is a good example of lack of world building.. By 41%, I should have more plot investment, and have had some attempt made to answer some of those questions. Nope. We just have some sexual attraction, which I could care less about since these characters are b.o.r.i.n.g. I don't want to pick on this book any more. But if you want suggestions for (imo) better fantasy romance authors, books, or series, I have opinions and suggestions. Let me know in comments if so. (view spoiler)[I feel like I've really ripped this book to shreds and I don't want to be too mean, So I'm going to hide/spoiler my reading reactions here. They are real and valid, and mine, so I decided not too delete. Some 'don't be so dated, and do your research' feedback: 1) Don't have a 5'2" main character who says she always wears heels because she's short. Nope. It's 2020 and we're not that insecure. Nor are uncomfortable/unwalkable heels typical librarian wear--we're about the cute/quirky/comfy. Especially for long road trips into the boonies. (Plus, few modern women are this dumb). 2) Don't have your 5'2" main character infer that only unintelligent short women eat carbs. ( Really? That's offensive. Also sexist (misogynistic?), indicative of poor self esteem, and critical of other women. Not cool and not funny. Btw, most librarians tend to be pretty progressive, so I'm doubting this character's education, career skills, and intelligence now too.) 3)Okay, and now she's a self-confessed child hater? Does this author actually know any (youngish) librarians IRL?!? We may not enjoy poorly behaved kids, but we're all for encouraging young readers. That's practically a mandate. How is this women going to handle doing Story Hours? We shall see... 4)I'm also wondering how she expects to manage a 2-story library with no other staff members or volunteers. How is this place funded with no patrons and minimal municipal support?? Yet there's a break room with no oversight of the interior space. Hmmm... I don't think this would work outside of a magical town. (hide spoiler)]

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lara

    This might have ranked higher, but Marnie was pretty irritating at the outset and I had to push to make sure I gave her a chance. Things improved, but it was a rough start. 3 stars - overall, I did like it. Marnie (h) is a new arrival to the town of Mystic Springs, excited to take over as head librarian in this small AL town. Clint (H) is a local author living in town. This town has its secrets, though, and as things get hairier, Marnie will have to decide if she could ever feel at home with this This might have ranked higher, but Marnie was pretty irritating at the outset and I had to push to make sure I gave her a chance. Things improved, but it was a rough start. 3 stars - overall, I did like it. Marnie (h) is a new arrival to the town of Mystic Springs, excited to take over as head librarian in this small AL town. Clint (H) is a local author living in town. This town has its secrets, though, and as things get hairier, Marnie will have to decide if she could ever feel at home with this strange town and unusual man and new job - none of which is quite what she'd ever pictured for herself. This was a fast and light supernatural romance, set in a magical small town with a touch of mystery to boot. Fairly clean (characters do have sex, but it's not described in detail and mostly off-screen). Might be one for fans of The Artist Cries Wolf and the other Moonchuckle Bay stories. This one didn't have quite the same sense of humor about it, but still - along those same lines. Definitely insta-love. The whole story happens in about a week and a half. They actually do have reservations about feeling so strongly so fast, but yes, they accept it by the end, despite personal reservations, because it's kinda a magical place, so who's to say what's normal? (Yeah, pretty much why I roll with insta-love in my SPN romances better than in 'normal' ones). However, with it all happening in a week, it does feel a bit rushed. I'd've loved to see the town opening to her more, Clint coming around past his fears on relationships (whever happened to Jenna anyway?), Marnie adjusting to everyday magic - even Nelson coming to terms with things (maybe he'll get his own book?). I'd definitely would have liked to see Clint and Marnie as a couple more. As it was, we got a lot of sex and secrets, but not as much of the satisfying side of them coming together. Marnie, though, was not my favorite lead. Had a whole buncha issues with her, and while she did grow through the story, it was a rough beginning. Maybe she had those irritating quirks at the outset so that we could see her grow, but at the same time, I can see a lot of people not putting up with her and giving up before she improves. Part of that rushed feeling - Nelson comes into town and says a lot of the same things she did, has a lot of the same attitude, and she starts feeling defensive for the town, sees him as annoying. In just a few days? Again, positive growth, but it felt very rushed. I'll go ahead and spoiler her issues, but here were my big complaints: (view spoiler)[ She's unrealistic as a librarian. Or as a modern woman. 5'2" and "has" to wear heels as much as possible? If it's your own personal taste in footwear, that's fine, but own it - you're wearing heels because you want to, and for no other reason. I have worked in a number of libraries, and the only person who wears heels all the time is actually less than 5" and she usually wears wedges. Heck, I've even had libraries where heels were not allowed for safety reasons (between movable shelves and stools and ladders, I can understand). Even my boss - also 5'2" - is usually in flats or low boots. And for someone who's planning on a long day of driving and unpacking boxes, I can't think of a single woman I know who'd be in heels through all of that. Even maybe not a skirt, but more practical pants! Just didn't seem realistic. She's slightly b*tchy in her opinions. 'Short women and carbs don't mix'? No, honey, women who own sneakers but don't walk or run and carbs don't mix. If you aren't active, then it doesn't matter how tall you are - the weight will creep on. And looking down on the cucumber water at the welcome party, but hey there's wine and "who doesn't like wine?" Between pregnant ladies, new moms (like her own new friend!), recovering alcoholics, people who don't like drinking when they're somewhere in an official capacity, people for whom red wine triggers migraines, people who can't drink because of medication... oh, I can think of a few people who don't drink wine (and that's just off the top of my head). She can have her own tastes and love her wine, but don't look down on others who don't. She's that irritating woman without kids who knows how she'd raise her children better. The way she talks about kids and their devices and the destructiveness of her nephews and how her own kids will be so much better? Bah. She's condescending and snobbish, but even worse - doesn't think she is. The way she keeps going on about wanting someone "sophisticated"... but then moves to a teeny tiny town? If she wants someone who's stereotypically sophisticated - classical music tastes, wine knowledge, foodie tastes, classic reading preferences, whatever - maybe she should not be in a tiny town. Not that you might not find a gourmet in a town that small. But if you have to order in all specialty grocery items and there are only two restaurants in town? Less likely. She totally wrote off Clint at first because he 'looked lumberjack-y' and ate a lot. Um, he's 6'4" - big guy, big appetite (shifter metabolism aside)! But then, she'll have thought trains starting "But if she were a shallow person," completely not recognizing that she is. She's got ridiculous career goals. She is planning on working in Mystic Springs for a few years then "she’d move to a bigger city, by thirty, she imagined, where she’d run one of the premier libraries in the country." So, she's going to go from a library so small that she's literally the only employee to running a premier, major city library? Keep dreamin' kiddo. Her whole "looking for adventure" attitude. She's all set to move sight-unseen to a new town, new job, new everything for adventure. I kinda get that - not too different from what I did to get to my current job. But then it's literally day 2 and she's looking at moving away. For someone who wanted adventure, she's not giving the new position any chance to even see how it is. She comes off as only wanting adventure that fits her preconceived notion of adventure, and will run away if it doesn't. Kinda fits with her ideal relationship partner requirements, I suppose - he must fit her checklist. And it's not like she hasn't moved before - as an adult, she has lived in at least Nashville (well, outside of it), Minneapolis, and Birmingham before moving to Mystic Springs. She should know already that you have to let yourself get used to a new place before making a decision. Basically, the whole thing had her coming off as flighty and unreliable. (hide spoiler)] 3rd person POV, mostly from Clint and Marnie's views. No love triangle (thank goodness the Nelson storyline didn't go that way!!), no cheating, and no OW/OM drama. Insta-love without much depth, which was a bit disappointing - the characters seem good for each other. Would have loved more growth to the Marnie/town folk relationship too. Didn't like Marnie all too much - comes off as flighty and condescending and a touch b*tchy through much of the first portion of the story. She does improve greatly, but it's a rough start to things. A touch of mystery and some bigger spells at work, but no cliffhangers. HEA and a brief epilogue. Several characters introduced who'd be fun in future stories. Would I read more in this series/from this author? Yes. Ultimately, I did enjoy it. Marnie was irritating and unrealistic (and frankly, a touch unlikable) to start, but she did grow, though I'd wish we'd seen more of it. This could be a fun little town to visit. Not as much fun as Moonchuckle Bay, perhaps, but still fun.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sydney M Neblett

    The love of her library What a new and exciting concept for a shifter. This was my first experience with this author and only my second time reading about a Bigfoot shifter. I love how the author made Bigfoot such a gentle giant and she created the perfect lady for him. Although the townspeople seem mean and hateful, I enjoyed watching their real personalities unfold. The author paired my love of books and the unknown with a dangerous adventure and I absolutely loved it. I have already lined up The love of her library What a new and exciting concept for a shifter. This was my first experience with this author and only my second time reading about a Bigfoot shifter. I love how the author made Bigfoot such a gentle giant and she created the perfect lady for him. Although the townspeople seem mean and hateful, I enjoyed watching their real personalities unfold. The author paired my love of books and the unknown with a dangerous adventure and I absolutely loved it. I have already lined up the next two books in my to be read folder, and I am really looking forward to reading whatever the author creates after that.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Deanie Nelder

    Mystic Springs, Alabama is a dying supernatural town. Within the town limits, supernaturals have all kinds of powers, but once they leave, their powers fade. And like many small towns, the population is aging and shrinking, which is why some people feel they need to entice new people to town. Enter librarian Marnie Somerset, whose dream library and dream cottage can't quite make up for the weirdness (and sometimes hostility) of the town. She's drawn to author and good Samaritan Clint Maxwell (a Mystic Springs, Alabama is a dying supernatural town. Within the town limits, supernaturals have all kinds of powers, but once they leave, their powers fade. And like many small towns, the population is aging and shrinking, which is why some people feel they need to entice new people to town. Enter librarian Marnie Somerset, whose dream library and dream cottage can't quite make up for the weirdness (and sometimes hostility) of the town. She's drawn to author and good Samaritan Clint Maxwell (a Bigfoot-shifter), who offers to show her around after helping her with car problems. The conflict of isolation vs. openness between the factions of Mystic Springs citizens gets short-shifted -- it's interesting and I would have like to see more of that, and more about the town itself, rather than the subplot about a Bigfoot hunter coming to town and turning into a Bigfoot. But overall, it's a decent book and an introduction into an interesting world.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Vickii Bendit

    Enchanting Ms. Jones always writes an incredible tale, and this one was no exception. This is a truly enchanting tale, about an enchanted town, filled with the most enjoyable cast of characters I've read about in a long time. Enchanting Ms. Jones always writes an incredible tale, and this one was no exception. This is a truly enchanting tale, about an enchanted town, filled with the most enjoyable cast of characters I've read about in a long time.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Burnham

    Set in the isolated town of Mystic Springs, Alabama, this is a fun and romantic take on the Bigfoot tale. If you've never read a book by LWJ, grab this one. It's a fast, well-written story and will put you in a fantastic mood. Set in the isolated town of Mystic Springs, Alabama, this is a fun and romantic take on the Bigfoot tale. If you've never read a book by LWJ, grab this one. It's a fast, well-written story and will put you in a fantastic mood.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ashley (Red-Haired Ash Reads)

    Marnie Somerset’s new job as Mystic Springs librarian seems too good to be true. The small town is filled with odd people but the library is amazing. The hot author who keeps crossing her path isn't bad either. Now if she could just deal with the fact that she keeps seeing bigfoot. While I have some issues with this book, I did enjoy it. It was an interesting town, filled with interesting and grumpy people. Clint is a bigfoot, or Dyn Gwallt as he preferred to be called. I really liked Clint. He Marnie Somerset’s new job as Mystic Springs librarian seems too good to be true. The small town is filled with odd people but the library is amazing. The hot author who keeps crossing her path isn't bad either. Now if she could just deal with the fact that she keeps seeing bigfoot. While I have some issues with this book, I did enjoy it. It was an interesting town, filled with interesting and grumpy people. Clint is a bigfoot, or Dyn Gwallt as he preferred to be called. I really liked Clint. He was a horror writer, a kind man, and is determined to keep his town from dying. I do wish we had more expansion on his race and if there are other types of bigfoot like creatures out there, like yeti’s. Marnie was a librarian who wore heels and had high aspirations for her future library career. I had a lot of issues with Marnie. First, her wearing heels for a librarian job is not realistic. Yes you can wear heels but it's not practical. You are on your feet all day and it can be a safety hazard when moving boxes, carts, etc. She also expects her career to go really far in a very short amount of time, which isn’t realistic at all in this field. Yes this is a fictional world, but as someone who is a librarian this was annoying to me because that's not how it works. My biggest issue with Marnie though was her attitude. She came across as very judgemental and snobbish at times, which really brought the fun of the book down. At one point she basically demeans parents about how they raise their kids and goes on about how she will raise kids so much better, which you should never do if you don’t have kids. She is also looking for someone sophisticated and comes across as very judgemental of Clint,’s appearance at first. She just wasn’t my favorite heroine, especially in the beginning. Overall, I enjoyed this story but wish I had liked the heroine more. I think the town of Mystic Springs sounds fascinating and I am considering reading the next book but we will see. This review was originally posted at Red-Haired Ash Reads.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Aaron

    I bought this book because I thought the premise sounded fun, in that a Bigfoot was actually a shifter. It was an entertaining read, with lots of interesting characters in the town of Mystic Springs, but I did have some issues with it. It gets 3 stars from me. The next book in the Mystic Springs series is expensive, and this one was just OK, so I won't be continuing the series. My main issue with this book was that it was just too short to have enough character development. I needed more backstor I bought this book because I thought the premise sounded fun, in that a Bigfoot was actually a shifter. It was an entertaining read, with lots of interesting characters in the town of Mystic Springs, but I did have some issues with it. It gets 3 stars from me. The next book in the Mystic Springs series is expensive, and this one was just OK, so I won't be continuing the series. My main issue with this book was that it was just too short to have enough character development. I needed more backstory on the couple, as well as more world building in the town of Mystic Springs. The instalove between Clint and Marnie just wasn't realistic. They were definitely in lust, but I didn't believe that they were in love. They didn't know each other well enough, her actions endangered him and his town, and he hid his shifter side from her. I simply didn't buy that they were in love so quickly. My rating system is below. 1 star -- Hated it, or did not finish. I usually only give this rating if some of the content is truly objectionable to me, like if one of the main characters does something really awful, and gets away with it. 2 stars -- Didn't like it. This rating usually means that I thought the writing wasn't very good, the editing was terrible, I didn't like the characters, or it had other major flaws. 3 stars -- I liked it, but had some minor issues with it. This rating means that there were minor editing issues, the story needed more character development, it was just too unrealistic, or had some other fairly minor issue. The majority of books I read get this rating – I do not consider it a bad rating. 4 stars -- I liked it a lot. This is a high rating for me, and I rarely give a higher one. 5 stars -- I loved it, and will probably read it again. Very few books are good enough to get this rating from me. The ones that do are usually classics.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kristen

    When I saw this I thought "what a ridiculous title" but having read it, it was fun, well-written and engaging and I really enjoyed it! I quite liked Marnie. I mean, considering what she is faced with upon accepting the librarian job in a town filled with magical beings when she doesn't realize magic exists, I think she deserves some slack for how she reacts to the weird things she sees. All things considered, I think Marnie handles things better than a lot of people would. The supporting characte When I saw this I thought "what a ridiculous title" but having read it, it was fun, well-written and engaging and I really enjoyed it! I quite liked Marnie. I mean, considering what she is faced with upon accepting the librarian job in a town filled with magical beings when she doesn't realize magic exists, I think she deserves some slack for how she reacts to the weird things she sees. All things considered, I think Marnie handles things better than a lot of people would. The supporting characters are fun as well. I liked learning about who - and what - was who in the town, and their quirks were entertaining. There was a part of the story towards the end that caught me off-guard, but made sense in the end. The story was well-paced and moved along well with plenty of excitment and drama for Marnie and Clint as their inevitable romance developed. This book was a fun, fast easy read, and if you like paranormal romance stories, this is a good one for anyone looking for a light quick read that will entertain you.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Courtney

    Send me to Mystic Springs Please!!! I’ve only read a few Bigfoot shifter books, I loved those and this book was just as amazing. This is the first book I’ve read by this author and it definitely won’t be the last. The mystery behind Mystic Springs kept me on the edge of my seat and when we read about librarian Marnie coming to town and it starts off with a string of bad luck and one of those was seeing Bigfoot. She is very skeptical about this town because everything seems off even some of the re Send me to Mystic Springs Please!!! I’ve only read a few Bigfoot shifter books, I loved those and this book was just as amazing. This is the first book I’ve read by this author and it definitely won’t be the last. The mystery behind Mystic Springs kept me on the edge of my seat and when we read about librarian Marnie coming to town and it starts off with a string of bad luck and one of those was seeing Bigfoot. She is very skeptical about this town because everything seems off even some of the residents hating her for no reason. Then several run in with Clint and she starts to think she could adjust to this place with him there. The suspense of things happening kept Marnie wanting to leave but Clint kept asking her to stay. Clint is her knight in aging flannel but he has his own secrets so can they navigate things, can he protect her, will she leave and never look back? All these are answered and I loved all of it. Can’t wait to read more.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Babinka

    This is comforting and sweet. It has a couple of short steamy scenes which seemed out of place as this book was more like a cozy mystery. When I say it’s comforting I mean to say it’s that basic set up and formula. A pretty young woman comes to a new town to do something with books or writing. The quaint town’s aesthetic is described at length. And the main male character is handsome, mysterious, and most likely also does something with books. It’s a formula because it works for a lot of us. I w This is comforting and sweet. It has a couple of short steamy scenes which seemed out of place as this book was more like a cozy mystery. When I say it’s comforting I mean to say it’s that basic set up and formula. A pretty young woman comes to a new town to do something with books or writing. The quaint town’s aesthetic is described at length. And the main male character is handsome, mysterious, and most likely also does something with books. It’s a formula because it works for a lot of us. I would have liked more comedy or even more witty banter, but I look forward to the next in the series purely for the town which is a character in of itself.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Robin Franks

    Great read I really love the humor and slightly crazy touches to this romance. The town of Mystic Springs sounds like a great place to visit, and an even better place to live. Clint and Marnie make a very well matched couple. The mystery aspects as well as the mystical aspect make this a very enjoyable story. All the unsolved, unexplained and weird happenings will keep me reading to solve them all. I would recommend this story to any adult reader who enjoys a wacky shifter romance.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Janet Hendricks

    Five Whoops! Clint and Marnie's love story. What a strange and dangerous little town. Librarian Marnie fell in love with her library. Then she fell for Clint, not realizing that Clint had a secret that threatens their love. Then, Mystic Springs itself has secrets, and some dangerous residents. Can Clint save his love? Can Marnie be safe living in a town of homicidal gifted individuals? An absolutely magical read. Enjoy! Five Whoops! Clint and Marnie's love story. What a strange and dangerous little town. Librarian Marnie fell in love with her library. Then she fell for Clint, not realizing that Clint had a secret that threatens their love. Then, Mystic Springs itself has secrets, and some dangerous residents. Can Clint save his love? Can Marnie be safe living in a town of homicidal gifted individuals? An absolutely magical read. Enjoy!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Judith

    Slow Even though this had a cute story line, it was a very slow read. It just couldn't keep my attention, but I did hang in to the end. Never found out what happened to the item everyone was looking for. It took a while to get into Marnie at first as her attitude kind of irritated me. Liked Clint okay, but didn't love him. Would have wanted to know more about Norvell's change. I have other of this author's books, and I will be reading those. Slow Even though this had a cute story line, it was a very slow read. It just couldn't keep my attention, but I did hang in to the end. Never found out what happened to the item everyone was looking for. It took a while to get into Marnie at first as her attitude kind of irritated me. Liked Clint okay, but didn't love him. Would have wanted to know more about Norvell's change. I have other of this author's books, and I will be reading those.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Darcy Stephens

    What an interesting blend of magical characters! When I started the book I was expecting a family or community of Bigfoot... Bigfeet? What's the plural there? Anyway, this was so much more! All sorts of magical folk reside in Mystic Springs and it made for such a fun read. If you like to stretch your imagination and have a character reach outside of a normal contemporary, but still contain a contemporary feel, then this one is for you! What an interesting blend of magical characters! When I started the book I was expecting a family or community of Bigfoot... Bigfeet? What's the plural there? Anyway, this was so much more! All sorts of magical folk reside in Mystic Springs and it made for such a fun read. If you like to stretch your imagination and have a character reach outside of a normal contemporary, but still contain a contemporary feel, then this one is for you!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Prince

    This was a cute book and I liked the ideas behind the town and the shifter Bigfoot thing. I didn’t like how the author focused on foods being good or bad, and felt a little sarcastic about a magical town and the most magical thing was a bakery with no calories? Of all the things one could dream up 🥸 Sometimes this happens in chick lit; a focus on weight and whether foods are “good” or “bad”. 😔

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sheila

    Charming I enjoyed Clint and Marnies story and being introduced to the town of Mystic Springs. I think the idea of Bigfoot as a shifter works really well. Hope to see the town begin to thrive again.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Baxes

    This one is truly amazing... Oh wow. This book is really good! It’s got a great storyline; the characters are outrageous; and I simply adored the HEA. Can’t wait for more from this author!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Dominika

    I really like this series. It's very light and funny, nothing too serious or scary, lots of fun scenes and ideas, I had a wonderful time reading it. I will definitely read more books by this author in the future. I really like this series. It's very light and funny, nothing too serious or scary, lots of fun scenes and ideas, I had a wonderful time reading it. I will definitely read more books by this author in the future.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Quinn Fforde

    I really enjoyed this. It was quirky and entertaining.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Brewster

    Bigfoot and the Librarian Spicy paranormal mystery romance. She takes a job is a small town. She sees the impossible, Bigfoot! An intriguing story, setting and characters. Well developed characters and story line. I really enjoyed this story.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    An enjoyable and interesting take on Bigfoot and magic.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Josie

    Growl! What a pleasant surprise! The town, the characters, the Springers and non-Springers were just perfect. So much to learn, one little confusing point, but eh, I could accept and move on. Had to buy the next two in the series.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cathie Hicks

    A fun, enjoyable read! Needed a light fun read. This certainly not the spot! By th end of the book the librarian and big foot were friend with me!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Róisín

    I honestly thought that this was gonna be trash but you know what it was well written and great possibility for world building.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Barb Caruso

    Hated the writing style. Returned after first few pages. Just couldn't get into it at all. Hated the writing style. Returned after first few pages. Just couldn't get into it at all.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Dodd

    This is a nice story. I enjoyed reading.

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