Book: Gone With The Witch

Annette Blair
Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated / May 2008
Mass Market / 304 Pages
Series: Witch Triplets Series #2


Beautiful bad girl Storm Wartwright can be charming when she wants to be. So when she hears the sound of a baby crying every time she's near Aiden McCloud, she turns on the charm. Because she's sure the weeping means a child is in need—and that the handsome antiques restorer is the key to finding that helpless child...

...In a Storm

From the start, Aiden is attracted to Storm. Yet this gorgeous goth girl won't stop talking baby nonsense. Then Storm sets up a seductive trap, kidnapping him in his very own RV! While Storm follows the sound of the cries, something magical starts happening between her and Aiden. But can they keep the magic alive once Storm finally finds what she's looking for?

I picked this book up because I wanted a fast paced para"romance" for the para999 challenge

What I liked the Most? Storm's go gettem attitude

What I liked the Least? If you read the story - youll understand "HER MOTHER"

Review:This was Storm's story, she's the misfit triplet, the goth, the loner - blue hair color and all. No one understands her power. You see she hears and sees the present, of all things. Mainly she 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 (turtle, dragon, wanderer), so she decides to follow the sound of the cries, and kidnaps him for a road trip of emmense proportions - filled with laughter, passion and babies. Seems Storm is hearing more then one baby. Her gift leads her to more then what she bargained for as Storm and Aiden learn a lot about themselves and their pasts. Storm uncovers lost family, family she didn't know she had and embarks on healing old wounds. Aiden has to come to terms with what he lost, what he's gaining and learn to put down roots.

Recommended to: Anyone interested in a quick quirky read

Best Quote: "Magick lies in the fact that you wish good for someone. Saying what you wish for sends it into the universe."

Challenges: 100+, August, Para999

1 comment :

  1. I'm having trouble finishing this one, looks like I need to give it another try.