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The Scot, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Accidental Witch Trilogy #3)

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  • Posted October 30, 2011

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    A witch in denial, a hermit, and a unicorn make one good romance

    Annette Blair successfully pairs a witch in denial with a Scottish hermit by giving the witch, Victoria Cartwright, and the Scot, Rory MacKenzie, the one thing Rory and generations of his family, have been searching for, a unique, priceless zodiac carousel unicorn carved by his ancestor. This comes about because of the love their ancestors had for each other. I loved Vickie and Rory together, the idea of the antique, a carousel unicorn, which connected their families from a century before and half a world away. This book is sexy, funny, fun, hard to put down, and it takes the story full circle. Vickie's ancestor, a witch, left the key to the wardrobe containing the unicorn to the descendent who would inherit her magic. No female Cartwright had succeeded in opening the wardrobe until Vickie. But even after she opens it, she still doubts her magic. Who wouldn't? Learning who she is; is part of her journey. Learning that maybe the future is more important than the past is part of Rory's. The banter between the two is sharp, witty and laughs out loud fun from the first, promising and delivering a delightfully witty page turner from beginning to end. Vickie and Rory grow, evolve, and fall in love, despite their best efforts to fight their attraction ... difficult to do when a spell has them dreaming about each other before they meet, their dreams escalating to the erotic after they do. This book a a light hearted fun read, that moves quickly and captures your heart.

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