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The Scot, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Accidental Witch, Bk 3)
The Scot the Witch and the Wardrobe - Accidental Witch, Bk 3 Author:Annette Blair Talk about meeting the man of your dreams ... A Highland Scot with a hidden agenda and a hereditary Pictish Witch in denial discover shared dreams and a century-old spell that could change them forever — Salem, Massachusetts — Like her female ancestors before her, Victoria Cartwright inherits the key to the bewitched contents of her family's myste... more »rious attic wardrobe ... except that no one has ever succeeded in opening it. Only the daughter who inherits her ancestor's magic will be able to turn the key ... meet her destiny ... and complete her ancestor's spell.
A pariah in his own village, like his ancestors before him, Rory MacKenzie is searching for the carousel unicorn that his many-great grandfather carved and was bewitched into giving away. Bringing the family treasure back to Scotland and reuniting it with the other eleven zodiac figures will satisfy the locals who were raised with the daft notion that the unicorn will restore village prosperity. It died the day the unicorn was shipped to America a century before. But all Rory wants is to restore the MacKenzie name to dignity.
When a carousel unicorn with the sign of Aquarius beneath its forelock shows up on the Antiques Roadshow, Rory heads to Salem, Massachusetts to see if Miss Victoria Cartwright's unicorn has the hidden compartment that his ancestor carved beneath the saddle.
After they meet, their shared dreams escalate and become more explicit, more erotic. Something witchy or downright magical is happening in Salem.« less
I loved Ms. Blair's first 2 books of the Accidental Witch Trilogy, but this one is far and away my favorite! I found myself laughing out loud at least a half-dozen times while reading it. The chemistry, both sexual and verbal, between the main characters is awesome. One of the most "feel-good" books I've read in a long while!
3rd in series and I loved it. I think this was the best of the 3. Sexy Scot meets vintage clothes dealer who had met several times in their dreams. United by a carousel unicorn carved by a relative of Rory's which was stolen by a witch long ago. United in the search for the unicorn, a history of dreams and lovely sexual tension. I enjoyed all 3 of these books - but this was a great fun, read. Carol
Annette Blair is an author you have to read! Humor and romance at its very best. This is book 3 of the series, so be sure to start at the beginning. All three are great reads: The Kitchen Witch and My Favorite Witch.
What a disappointment. I couldn't even finish it. I loved the first two. This one I just couldn't get into. First of all, Victoria, who was so sweet in all the other books is a raging B- in this one. I have no idea why either. She just starts out being mean. The interaction between Victoria and Rory just didn't work for me and seemed forced. I think it is because Victoria doesn't sound like she is teasing, just being a B.
I would recommend the first two but I would skip this one.
As the third in this series, it was by far my least favorite and I think it had to do with the introduction of the sisters...what there here and in less than 5 minutes they are running her shop--not well thought out...too rushed...sad it ended this way, the other two were so much better.