"Bewitched, bewildered, but definitely not bothered"
Everything She Does is Magick. The Sortilege witches raised
their grandniece Aurora from almost the day she was born
when her mother abandoned her. The trio believes the
newborn will be the mother of the greatest witch ever if
she mates with Nathan McBride, who must remain a virgin
until he beds Aurora. Now twenty-seven years later and with
much interference in Nathan's life, Meriwether, Fauna and
Flora believe the time is right to matchmake Aurora and
Musketeer By Moonlight. Mary Catherine Hammersmith, owner
of M.C. Hammer Investigations, has a strong reputation as a
private eye amongst the city's working women. Her current
assignment leads her into danger from gangsters who kill as
a way of life. Desperate she chants a protection spell only
to conjure up Alexandre, musketeer to the French king.
The Con and the Crusader. The two cops insist they have
evidence to send conman Jack McCain to prison for a long
time though his pigeon has been drugpin Arturo. Instead
they offer him a deal to forget what they have if he helps
them bring down Arturo. However, before he makes any deal
to cooperate, Arturo's men arrive on the scene. Jack
fleeing in the dark jumps over a wall only to fall into a
well. However he tumbles into the past where ironically he
is mistaken for a criminal. A desperate Emily Hawkins
rescues him by proposing marriage, which he accepts
assuming he will find a way out of this fiasco.
Readers will be bewitched, bewildered, but definitely not
bothered by this trio of terrific romantic fantasy novellas.
Reviewed by Harriet Klausner
Posted November 15, 2005
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted December 18, 2006