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Gone with the Witch (Triplet Witch Series #2)

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  • Posted April 14, 2009

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    Sexy And Heartwarming!!

    I think this book surprised me the most Storm wasn't my fav triplet,but this book changed every thing that i thought about her.The whole crazy goth girl was nothing more then a mask.Inside was a hert woman who wanted nothing more then to save the crying babys she heard in her mind.Gone with the witch is touching and funny!!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 11, 2009

    Second in the Witch triplet series and still as intriguing as the ones before it!

    Annette Blair has built the series of witch characters that appear in future books. It's always nice to know what happened to previous ones. Can't wait for the next one in the series!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2009

    Annette Blair did it again

    She is an imaginative writer and a great story teller.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 30, 2009

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    Great book

    I loved this book it was great. If you love romance, comedy and paranormal rolled into one. Then you should read this book.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    engaging romantic fantasy

    At her sister Harmony¿s wedding bridesmaid Storm Cartwright tells best man Aiden McCloud that he must help her find the baby that she hears in her head whenever she is near him. He tells her to leave him alone as he has two weeks off and does not plan to follow the nutty voice. The clairvoyant thinks otherwise as she and her allies plan to have her and him search for who Storm believes is his child. Their attraction only encourages her. --- Since he refuses to cooperate, Storm seductively abducts Aiden. Adding insult she uses his RV. As she heeds the crying voice, Aiden reluctantly agrees to follow her lead. He falls in love with his magical companion while she remains in denial though leaving him frightens her. Still there is the crying baby that must be found first as Storm¿s psychic skill in finding kids impresses her cynical dragon mate. --- The second Cartwright romantic fantasy (see SEX AND THE PSYCHIC WITCH) is a delightful charmer due to the changing relationship between the lead couple. The story line is fast-paced from the moment that Storm handcuffs Aiden and never slows down until the climax. Fans will appreciate this lighthearted warm road tale and look forward to the final triplet¿s saga NEVER BEEN WITCHED starring Morgan¿s Destiny. --- Harriet Klausner

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 23, 2014

    Loved

    This is a great series! Can't wait to start number 3.

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  • Posted September 15, 2012

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    love it

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  • Posted July 17, 2012

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    A good read - a definite keeper!

    I found this book to be funny and a great addition to the Witch triplets collection. Storm is a unique individual who isn't afraid to show the world who she really is!

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  • Posted November 12, 2008

    Triplet number two.

    The Cartwright sisters are identical triplets. Each have their own unique psychic gift, in addition to the bonds they share together. Storm is the Goth sister, blue hair color and all. No one understands Storm's power. Storm hears and sees the present, of all things. For most of her life, Storm has been hearing children crying. Her sisters, Harmony and Destiny, thought it was buried guilt making her hallucinate and they kept mute about it. In truth, Storm needs to go on a journey and learn what her spiritual psychic mandate is. Since Storm keeps hearing a baby cry whenever she is around Aiden McCloud, the hunky best man at Harmony's wedding, she decides to follow the sound of the cries. <BR/><BR/>Aiden McCloud is a wanderer. He has never wanted to set down roots. Aiden owns a motor home and goes where ever he desires. Lately, however, he has been desiring a certain sorceress with blue hair and sassy attitude. "How can a guy ignore a walking orgasm in the shape of a Goddess with magick laughter and satin skin?" But Storm's talk about going on a psychic journey to find a crying baby somehow connected to him just scares Aiden. Therefore, Aiden did what any brave man would do in that situation; he ran! Too bad for him that Storm's powers include telekinesis, if she is passionately mad enough, and she is beyond furious when Aiden tries to run. Time for a little abduction. <BR/><BR/>Once Aiden convinces himself that he would go alone with Storm's quest of finding a crying baby somehow connected to him (just to prove her wrong, of course), his eyes begin to really open. On their journey, Storm stops the motor home whenever she hears a crying baby's psychic plea. Seeing Storm rescue a few kids begins to shake him up. After all, if Storm was right about those kids in need, then perhaps she really does hear... No! Not something he wants to think about. This is not all fun for Storm either. Her gift for locating kids in need of rescuing leads her to a casino. Within, Storm meets an older version of herself, except with a wicked way of looking at life. Yes, "throw a little water on that woman and watch her melt. Her name is NOT Glinda!" Storm also finds an unexpected surprise. (But you must read to find out what it is.) <BR/><BR/>As the two travel, their attraction to each other intensifies to frightening proportions. Their little love trip is even hitting the national news. But most importantly, Storm must learn to trust her instincts, accept her powers, and be true to herself if she were ever to have any hope of ever loving a wanderer. <BR/><BR/>***** A spellbinding story that totally knocked my socks off! No ghosts this time around. Instead, a much more serious topic is covered. Once again I find myself in awe over the author's ability to make the characters so memorable. This is a perfect for your next vacation or day alone and will leave you with a big smile on your face. Author Annette Blair writes priceless romance adventures. ***** <BR/><BR/>Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 28, 2008

    A wicked good time

    Gone With The Witch is a wickedly delightful story by Annette Blair. ________ Triplet Storm Cartwright is the rebel in the family. She is trying to be good at her sisters wedding but she has her eye on the best man Aiden McCloud. Storm hears a baby crying whenever she is near Aiden and her heart is telling her she must find this baby. She will do anything to get Aiden to go on a search for this child. _________ Aiden McCloud¿s best friend is marrying one of the triplet witches. Aiden is leery of the whole witchcraft thing but is open to learn more about it. He is immensely attracted to Storm and he is trying to stay out of her bed. Aiden doesn¿t know what to make of her hearing a baby crying. He doesn¿t have much of a choice when she seduces aka kidnaps him on a road trip. __________ Aiden and Storm¿s road trip is filled with laughter, passion and babies to be found. Seems Storm is hearing more then one baby. Her gift does lead her to more then what she bargained for when she started this trip. ____________ Gone With The Witch is filled with snappy, fast paced dialogue. The chemistry is fantastic and smoking hot. Hopefully Destiny¿s story is coming soon.

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