It seems that Tammy Jo Trask has magic in her family but
not in her genes. Everything she tries to do somehow turns
out wrong. While her mother and her aunt go on a magical
journey Tammy Jo is left to hold down the fort. She's been
told under no circumstances should she have anything to do
with Bryn Lyons or even the Lyons family but she doesn't
know why. When her locket is stolen, the very locket that
houses her Aunt Edie's soul, she knows she must do
something to get it back and soon even if it means drastic
Tammy Jo knows she can't count on her hunk of an ex-
husband, Zach, because he just doesn't understand the
whole magic thing at all. He is a cop and is very
demanding. Even though they are divorced he thinks one day
they will get back together as soon as Tammy Jo stops
throwing her little fit and comes to her senses.
So Tammy Jo turns to the one person she's told not to ever
have anything to do with. Yep, she goes to see Bryn Lyons
but things are definitely not what they seem. She and Bryn
have a connection. She tries hard to fight it but Bryn is
much too strong. What is a girl to do?
I had so much fun reading this book. I laughed until I had
tears streaming down my face. As much as I enjoyed this
book, I am eagerly awaiting the next Tammy Jo adventure.
In the small town of Duvall, Texas, the only thing more
troublesome than gossip â€” 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 locketâ€”an heirloom that happens to hold
Edie's soulâ€”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.