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Would-Be Witch by Kimberly Frost

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Also by Kimberly Frost:

Slightly Spellbound, May 2014
Paperback
All That Falls, June 2012
Paperback
All That Bleeds, January 2012
Paperback
Tied With A Bow, November 2011
Trade Size
Halfway Hexed, February 2011
Trade Size
Barely Bewitched, September 2009
Trade Size
Would-Be Witch, February 2009
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Would-Be Witch
Kimberly Frost

There's nothing more embarrassing than malfunctioning magic!

Southern Witch #1
Berkley
February 2009
On Sale: February 3, 2009
Featuring: Zach Sutton; Tammy Jo Trask; Bryn Lyons
304 pages
ISBN: 0425225771
EAN: 9780425225776
Kindle: B001PYO3A8
Trade Size / e-Book
$14.00
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Romance Paranormal

In the small town of Duvall, Texas, the only thing more troublesome than gossip — is magic.

The family magic seems to have skipped Tammy Jo Trask. All she gets in the way of the supernatural are a few untimely visits from the long dead, smart-mouthed family ghost, Edie. But when her locket—an heirloom that happens to hold Edie's soul—is stolen in the midst of a town-wide crime spree, it's time for Tammy to find her inner witch.

After a few experiences in dysfunctional magic, Tammy turns to the only one who can help; the very rich and highly magical, Bryn Lyons. He might have all the answers-and a 007 savoir faire to boot-but the locket isn't the only legacy passed down in Tammy's family. She also inherited a warning...to stay away from anyone named Lyons.

Southern Witch

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42 comments posted.

Re: Would-Be Witch

I'd like to spend time at Tara Plantation in Gone With The Wind.
(Karen Haas 10:54am March 14, 2009)

Oooo... Hard choice. I'd probably go with Grand Terre or Galvaston during the heyday of Jean LaFitte.
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Heather Stewart 4:41pm March 15, 2009)

I would love to go to London at the height of the Regency period.
Margay
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Margay Roberge 6:25am March 16, 2009)

I think I'd go back to the Italian Renaissance!
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Julie Peterson 8:16am March 16, 2009)

I think I'd be interested in Rome when it was the center of civilization. Scared, but interested :o).
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Sandy Miresse 8:51am March 16, 2009)

this is definately my kind of read
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Sue Hieber 9:23am March 16, 2009)

The Roaring Twenties. But definitely not the Great Depression that followed.
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Denise Powers 10:15am March 16, 2009)

Would love to be able to have been at Woodstock!
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Teresa Warner 10:24am March 16, 2009)

Favorite Fictional Place: Kaeleer, the Shadow Realm, in Ann Bishop's The Realms of the Blood series.

Historical Setting: Greece!
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Donna Locklin 10:51am March 16, 2009)

Since it can be any historical place, I'd go to Atlantis (before it disappeared, of course, unless the trip comes with the ability to breath underwater or in a vacuum).
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Karen Oland 12:42pm March 16, 2009)

Favorite fictional place would've been the setting in Marion Zimmer Bradley's Mists of Avalon. Favorite period of time would be to just go back to 1975 when I graduated from high school and make some different choices.
(
Kay Martinez 1:06pm March 16, 2009)

I would love to visit the old wild, wild west. It's surely not a time I would have liked to live in, but it would be fun to visit some of the people, especially the women who were so strong and capable and helped build the towns.
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LuAnn Morgan 1:23pm March 16, 2009)

Historical Setting: London, England
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Cheryl Snyder 1:34pm March 16, 2009)

The Roaring Twenties before the depression!! What a fun time that must have been!
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JoAnn White 2:01pm March 16, 2009)

Historical Setting: Ireland or Scotland.
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Roberta Harwell 2:47pm March 16, 2009)

Hmmm, both are hard choices! Favorite Fictional Place: Rivendell from Lord of The Rings.

Historical Setting - Regency London, England, preferrably as part of the nobility!
Your series sounds fun! Thanks for a chance to win.
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Martha Eskuchen 3:09pm March 16, 2009)

I would love to visit 18th Dynasty Egypt, in the reign of Akhenaten and Tutankhamen
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Nancy Gilliland 3:15pm March 16, 2009)

Historical Setting - New Orleans - such a perfect place for voodoo, the undead, and magic
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Vikki Parman 3:23pm March 16, 2009)

The historical setting I would want to visit is Regency London. I would love to attend balls and wear some of the clothes from that time.
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Lori Patterson 3:27pm March 16, 2009)

The fictional place I would love to visit definitely is Hogwarts.

The historical setting, Regency London.
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G. Bisbjerg 3:50pm March 16, 2009)

Paris (20's) or Hawaii just about anytime in the contemporary era.
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Shannon Scott 3:57pm March 16, 2009)

I would be with Good King Hal at Agincourt.
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Dawn Raymer 4:03pm March 16, 2009)

I would have to say Virgin River, California after reading Robyn Carr's series.
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Judy Anderson 4:04pm March 16, 2009)

I would go to France and see the street people and the high-faluting opera people putting on airs while mingling wearing gorgeous clothes in the 1920's.
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Alyson Widen 4:37pm March 16, 2009)

The Pyramids...they fascinate me!
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Diane Pollock 5:43pm March 16, 2009)

Favorite fictional place is definitely Narnia! I would like to go back to WWII and help free as many Jews and other captives of Hitler as possible!
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Kelli Jo Calvert 5:44pm March 16, 2009)

Okay, the germaphobe in me has to answer, first. The past was kinda filthy. I like my modern medicines and antibiotics. Also, I would get a lot of people in the past really sick with my modern germs.

Okay, the adventurous part of me would like to see ancient Egypt (they used honey to cure stuff) or live in Jasper Fforde's BookWorld.
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V Scott 7:34pm March 16, 2009)

Favorite fictional place would be Hogwarts - I know, not too original but it's the first thing I thought of and dang... it's, it's... it's Hogwarts!

For historical setting, I'd like to go back to medieval times to see what it was really like...um...after the plague of course :) But I'd just like to be a fly-on-the-wall observer cause let's face it, it wasn't an easy time to live in!...and probably a bit stinky too ;) Note to self: bring nose clips.
(
Michelle K 7:36pm March 16, 2009)

I would go to Transylvania and visit
Dracula and let him change me.
(
Bridget Hopper 9:42pm March 16, 2009)

I would love to go to England and spend some time at Stonehenge and unravel the mystery. Teresa Ward
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Teresa Ward 9:58pm March 16, 2009)

I would go to Chicago during Prohibition.
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Donna Simmonds 11:00pm March 16, 2009)

Probably the Scottish Highlands. The
time period would be hard, they
always seemed to be at war. Before
the 1700's, since it would only be for
a couple of weeks. The late 1800's to
the first decade of the 1900's in just
about anywhere would be interesting.
(
Patricia Barraclough 11:44pm March 16, 2009)

I would love to visit Appalachia before coal mining destroyed the mountain tops and water sources
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Tia Laws 1:10am March 17, 2009)

One day only ... I'd like to be a pioneer right here in America. Then back to civilization please!
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Sandy Miresse 9:50am March 17, 2009)

I would love to got back to New Orleans during the time of Marie Laveau. Greatest Voodoo priestess!
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Faith Hayes 10:14am March 17, 2009)

I see my original post was on Saturday 3/14 but the contest seems to be dated to start on 3/16. So, I'm posting again just to be sure I'm qualified for the drawing. And I'd still like to spend time at Tara. I have a strong facination for Antebellum homes and plantations. Natchez with it's multitude of surviving pre-civil homes is one of my favorite places to visit.
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Karen Haas 10:20am March 17, 2009)

I would love to visit Pompeii [before Vesuvius :)]
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Robin McKay 12:23pm March 17, 2009)

I'd LOVE to go to Salem, Mass. at the height of the witch trials (And make life difficult for the witches? accusors ;) )
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Mina Gerhart 4:00pm March 17, 2009)

My fav is sunnydale from Buffy the vanpire Slayer.
I love all the people in that show.
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Stacey Smith 7:50pm March 17, 2009)

I think it would be so awesome to travel across America in the late 1800's at the turn of the century, as a well-to-do lady, of course! To me that was such an exciting time - the very beginning of the modern age! Women were starting to emerge and be recognized as independant thinkers, but they still dressed, and were treated, like ladies. There were amazing changes going on and amazing inventions were being unveiled every day.
(
Charlotte Mercer 5:02am March 25, 2009)

Scotland: Jamie & Claires(Diana Gabaldon's) fictional setting.
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Kathy Erb 1:56pm March 25, 2009)

Would-Be Witch is on my list for my next buying spree, and I'm absolutely dying to start this series. Love witchy stories. Would love to go to Salem someday. Kimberly, your books sound like exactly what I'm after!
(
Betty Gelean 1:16am February 5, 2011)

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