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Women's Fiction Contemporary
Sure, you can turn Mr. Oh-So-Wrong into a toad, but
finding Mr. Right isnâ€™t any easier for a witch. And
choosing between conjuring up a new pair of Manolos and
working on another love spell can be tough. After all,
fabulous heels donâ€™t forget to call you backâ€¦
â€śThe Witchâ€™s Guide to Life,â€ť Theresa Alan
Leave it to a man to break one spellâ€”only to cast another.
When ice hockey coach J.T. becomes the first person to buy
one of Ariel Watsonâ€™s paintings, her work is suddenly the
hottest ticket in town. And J.T. is more than an art loverâ€”
heâ€™s a lover. Trouble is, since falling for him, Ariel
hasnâ€™t been able to produce once decent piece of work.
Whatâ€™s a witch to do?
â€śâ€śSingle White Witchâ€ť Carly Alexander
The Etherworld isnâ€™t all itâ€™s cracked up to be for single
female spellcasters. A girlâ€™s only option is to hook up
with a warlockâ€”and everyone knows how tricky those guys
are: in a twinkling, youâ€™re slaving over a hot cauldron
with little sorcerers underfoot. So Annie Quicksilver is
investigating mortal men. But crazed Romanian shoe
designers and smarmy power brokers clearly arenâ€™t the
answerâ€”and Annie is pleasantly surprised to discover who
â€śâ€śThe Trouble with Witchcraft,â€ť Holly Chamberlin
Backfired love spells are Haven Castleâ€™s embarrassing
specialty. The last time she tried one, Jared Cragmere not
only didnâ€™t fall at her feet, he vanished. Fortunately,
heâ€™s reappeared, none the worse for wearâ€”though nursing a
grudge against the person who zapped him to Nowheresville.
Haven couldnâ€™t bear to see Jaredâ€™s reaction if he found
out the truthâ€”especially now that heâ€™s finally taken a
very realâ€”and deliciously sexyâ€”interest in herâ€¦
Make a date with these bewitching tales of big-city
enchantment, where the hottest trend is romance with a
twist of magic.
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