Something Wicked (Silhouette Bombshell #77) [NOOK Book]

Overview

When you curse your enemy, you curse yourself, too.

Nonpracticing witch Kate Trillo learned this when she walked in on her sister's murder and fought off the gloating killer. Staring into his cold eyes, she spoke the words that would make his life a living hell until she could get vengeance--and then the strangest accidents began happening to her.

To make matters worse, the killer had a perfect alibi--or a look-alike. Had Kate said the wrong ...

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Something Wicked (Silhouette Bombshell #77)

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Overview

When you curse your enemy, you curse yourself, too.

Nonpracticing witch Kate Trillo learned this when she walked in on her sister's murder and fought off the gloating killer. Staring into his cold eyes, she spoke the words that would make his life a living hell until she could get vengeance--and then the strangest accidents began happening to her.

To make matters worse, the killer had a perfect alibi--or a look-alike. Had Kate said the wrong name, or was something wicked afoot? By uncovering her own secret heritage and finding a long-lost goddess grail, Kate might learn the truth. But would the truth set her sister's killer free?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781552544204
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 6/1/2008
  • Series: Grail Keepers Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 654,653
  • File size: 254 KB

Meet the Author

Evelyn began writing stories as soon as she was able to hold a fat pencil and spell out words. She's been at it ever since.

Fourth in a family of five children, Evelyn has lived in Virginia, Illinois, Arizona, Louisiana and finally Texas. She currently lives in Texas with her 17-year-od, one-eyed cat and her sweet-tempered cocker spaniel. She recently bought a house with a great yard, largely for the cocker spaniel, but she loves it, too.

In her alternate life, she teaches writing and literature at Tarrant County College in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 24, 2006

    love this

    I was on edge with this book the entire time. I could not read it fast enough!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    An enjoyable tale

    Katie Trillo comes home to the house she shares with her sister Diana the witch only to find her beloved sibling murdered. Se realizes the killer is about to hit her with a hammer, but she deflects the blow with her hand. She learns her assailant¿s name is Benny Fisher so she invokes Hecate and curses him before he flees.------ The police arrest Benny, who has an alibi, but is still placed on a line-up with his twin brother Victor. Katie selects Victor whose fingerprints are all over her kitchen as her sister¿s killer. She realizes she cursed the wrong sibling. As Benny finds himself in several car accidents, Victor is freed as his lawyer makes Diana, Katie and Benny look like crackpots. Still she knows who murdered her sister and why, the Hecate Chalice. With Benny at her side, she travels to Greece where Victor has previously gone in his efforts to join the evil Comitatus secret society that searches for Goddess chalices ultimately looking for the Grail.------ SOMETHING WICKED, the latest Grail romantic fantasy, is an enjoyable tale starring two likable protagonists falling in love with one feeling guilty for cursing the wrong man, her beloved instead of his sibling. The cast makes the tale as fans will take immense delight with the relationship between the lead couple and hiss at the diabolical Comitatus members who cleverly make Katie and Benny look like crackpots and give Victor an opportunity to join. Fans will appreciate the adventures of Katie and Benny as they do battle with his brother supported by wealth and influence.------ Harriet Klausner

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