This story follows Hope Richards, a top not real estate appraiser who's ex takes over his father's company and decides Hope needs a 6 month vacation. The last house Hope appraises before she finds this out is a large house known as the Mallory Estate. On impulse she buys it. Along with her spoiled siamese, Prince, she moves out of the big city into the small town of Aston City. Hope becomes friends with a young woman named Abigail, the same Abigail she buys the house from, though there's something about Abigail's boyfriend that makes Hope very uncomfortable.
I'm kind of confused as to why the title of the book is The Virgin Charmer, or why the series title is Pagan in nature. The one Pagan instance in the entire book are the runes on the windows and door frames. The story was good enough to keep me reading, and of course to know what happens next, I'm just really confused on to why it has this name.
I liked the characters' uniqueness and individualness. I did spot a couple of errors here and there, nothing drastic. I would perhaps suggest the author one day maybe expand the story though. Lengthen it and add some more tid bits that would make the book flow better with the title of it. I was a bit disappointed in the ending, but that's normal when it comes to novellas.
Despite my mild confusion over why this book has the title it does, I look forward to the release of the second book in this trilogy and absolutely want to read this author's other works.
I give this book 4 of 5 paws