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Sure, you can turn Mr. Oh-So-Wrong into a toad, but finding Mr. Right isnít any easier for a witch. And choosing between conjuring up a new pair of Manolos and working on another love spell can be tough. After all, fabulous heels donít forget to call you back...
"The Witchís Guide to Life" by Theresa Alan: Leave it to a man to break one spell -- only to cast another. When ice hockey coach J.T. becomes the first person to buy one of Ariel Watsonís paintings, her work is suddenly the hottest ticket in town. And J.T. is more than an art lover -- heís a lover. Trouble is, since falling for him, Ariel hasnít been able to produce once decent piece of work. Whatís a witch to do?
"Single White Witch" by Carly Alexander: The Etherworld isnít all itís cracked up to be for single female spellcasters. A girlís only option is to hook up with a warlock -- and everyone knows how tricky those guys are: in a twinkling, youíre slaving over a hot cauldron with little sorcerers underfoot. So Annie Quicksilver is investigating mortal men. But crazed Romanian shoe designers and smarmy power brokers clearly arenít the answer -- and Annie is pleasantly surprised to discover who is...
"The Trouble with Witchcraft" by Holly Chamberlin: Backfired love spells are Haven Castleís embarrassing specialty. The last time she tried one, Jared Cragmere not only didnít fall at her feet, he vanished. Fortunately, heís reappeared, none the worse for wear -- though nursing a grudge against the person who zapped him to Nowheresville. Haven couldnít bear to see Jaredís reaction if he found out the truth -- especially now that heís finally taken a very real (and deliciously sexy) interest in her. Make a date with these bewitching tales of big-city enchantment, where the hottest trend is romance with a twist of magic.