|Ivy Fontainebleau accepts the job as manager of the Mystic Springs Resort sight unseen. She has always been drawn to the town, but doesn't know why. Grant, the mayor of Mystic Springs, is in charge of getting Ivy here to help save the town's namesake. What Ivy doesn't realize is that the residents of the town are shifters and the mystic spring is what rejuvenates them and keeps them more human than beast. When Ivy meets Grant, she will do anything to get him in her bed. While Grant will do anything to convince Ivy that she is the town's salvation.
Ivy has been drawn to the town of Mystic Springs for years. When she receives a job offer to manage the town's resort she jumps at it and doesn't look back. Grant doesn't believe in the superstition of the town, but goes along with it to keep the peace. Once he meets Ivy, everything changes; he forgets his vow to his dying mate to stay faithful to her for the rest of his days. Ivy cannot think about anyone else, but Grant even though she has tried to see other people he is the one she goes back to every time. Can Grant convince Ivy that she is the key to saving the springs? Or will he be proven right about the many legends the people believe?
The characters of this story are hilariously funny at times and very backwards at others. It is amazing what people believe when their survival is endangered. This was a very fun book to read. I loved learning about the townspeople and their beliefs, but there were times when I just rolled my eyes at some of them. This is a story that will keep you entertained from beginning to end with a little twist that you wouldn't believe.
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