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Willem by Victoria Danann

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Willem
Victoria Danann

Yeah. Wimberley is a magical place.

The Witches of Wimberley #1
Author Self-Published
July 2016
On Sale: June 24, 2016
Featuring: Willem
280 pages
ISBN: 1933320613
EAN: 9781933320618
Kindle: B01HF0WWEO
Paperback / e-Book
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Romance Paranormal

Willem is an out of work actor. He gave himself ten years to make it and never got a single paying job. While waiting for what would probably be his last audition ever, the guy standing behind him in line gave him a card with a phone number and said, “If you’re definitely quitting, try the witches.”

He took the card for the sake of being polite and planned to throw it away. But he didn’t throw it away. He called the number, entered the annual competition to win a witch, and won. To his amazement, he got everything he’d ever wanted from life, but in the end would have to make a choice.

What was more important? Being happy or being free of commitment?

The Witches of Wimberley

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