Barely Bewitched (A Southern Witch Novel) by Kimberly Frost

By Kimberly Frost

Welcome to Duvall, Texas, the place new witch Tammy Jo Trask has simply unleashed an unintended Armageddon…Oops. Tammy Jo’s misfiring magic has attracted the undesirable recognition of WAM, the realm organization of Magic. Now, a wand-wielding wizard and a menacing hearth warlock have come to Duvall to coach her for a deadly necessary problem. yet is there extra to their arrival than they declare? whilst a curse ends up in a poisonous spill of pixie airborne dirt and dust, town comes unglued and the doorways among the human and faery worlds start to open. To rescue town and to stand the very unlikely magical try, Tammy wishes the aid of exceptionally good-looking Bryn Lyons, yet WAM has declared him completely off-limits. to prevent lethal effects, Tammy most likely should keep on with the foundations this time. however, uprising is an outdated Texas traditionRead Kimberly Frost's posts at the Penguin weblog.

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All he knows is that you’re a rogue witch. If you defy the Conclave’s edict, he’ll become even more determined and dangerous to you. ” “Well—” Unbelievably, there was another knock at the door. Normally, I can go a whole week without ever getting an unexpected visitor. Today, though, it was like my driveway was the new Main Street. Bryn stood up. ” He strode to my new sliding door that led to the backyard. Mercutio bounded past me and climbed onto the bureau. ” I hissed as I got to the front door, but then I paused.

I’m not allowed to see you,” I blurted. And that wasn’t just true because of what the Conclave had to say. My family had him on a special do-not-associate-with list. “So you’ve said. ” he asked, stepping inside. “Um. ” He gave me a disapproving shake of his head before changing topics. ” Good everything else, too, I thought, looking him over in his dark designer suit. ” he asked. I was supposed to resist fraternizing with him, which was why I hadn’t returned his calls or accepted his invitations to dinner over the past few days.

Jordan shook his head. “Your nonmagical occupation is subordinate to your magical obligations. In the Initial Challenge, you’ll face a difficult task that—” “Hold on. I’m not a witch. I’m just a pastry chef. I had to use magic before on account of an emergency, but I don’t want to join any magical world association or whatever, though I’m real honored to be asked. So you can just go back and tell them I’m going to stay a private citizen. And reassure them that I won’t use magic again. ” He smiled.

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