Sex and the Psychic Witch - Annette Blair

Introducing the Cartwright sisters-Harmony, Destiny and Storm-triplets and unstoppable seductresses. Harmony, the buyer for her sisters' vintage curio shop, can read objects and learn of their former owners. Now, a Celtic ring leads her to a castle on the coast of Massachusetts. King Paxton's money-pit is cursed, and he hopes that this leggy blonde can help him find peace with an angry ghost, a disgruntled renovation crew-and his own heart.
(My Turn)
The appeal in this story is the feisty heroine and her two sisters, their some what amusing banter and definitely quirky natures. However, this minute appeal paled quickly, and I was left plowing through a story with minimal plot, base characterization and little interest. There is something altogether unsatisfying about this story. I'm used to the instant lust that alot of writers create, but this seemed to consist more of a series of loosely-connected scenes between Harmony and King - with them alternately kissing/groping each other or ignoring/snarking each other. There's a ghost, Gussie, who doesn't like King and takes revenge in a rather strange way by tearing up various bits of the castle. For no apparent reason two members of King's family appear. Harmony's sisters show up to masquerade as her but fail miserably. There's a bundle of psychic cats thrust into the story for absolutely no good reason. And there are various other side characters who are pretty nebulous and one dimensional.

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