I Never Fancied Him Anyway
by Claudia Carroll
Avon, 2009. 429 pages. Romance.
There is one thing you should know about Cassandra from the first: she's psychic. Not in a wispy, crystal ball kind of way, but she's always been able to see glimpses of people's futures, a skill she's translated into a successful magazine column. But when her best friend forces her into making a television appearance, Cassandra finds her popularity rising immensely. But when her vision suddenly goes out in the presence of Jack, the cute show producer, will her psychic credibility go up in smoke?
While the plot was a little thin on this book, it was still a cute story. Carroll makes very entertaining and likeable characters who are endearing, even as they are sometimes frustratingly annoying. Add to it a little mental Irish accent (the book is set in Dublin) and it all comes out to a fun, light read.