By Juliet Blackwell
Lily Ivory isn't your usual witch. She runs a classic clothes shop referred to as Aunt Cora's Closet and has the mystical skill to feel vibrations of the previous from garments and jewellery. while scholars are spooked on the San Francisco tuition for the humanities, Lily is named in to go looking for paranormal job. She unearths a useless physique - and a closet filled with previous outfits with a few very undesirable vibes.
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The moment he stepped off the deck he was knee-deep in snow. Teddy trudged through the flaky snow to the driver’s side of the pickup, leaned his shovel against the truck, and then brushed away the snow until he could find the door handle. He had some thought of starting the pickup, plugging his phone in the car charger, and turning on the heat and defrost so that the windows could thaw out while he shoveled the driveway. . and the de-icer was in the glove compartment, where he’d tossed it while packing the vehicle for the trip.
She also removed her own hat and scarf. Much to his relief, she didn’t come near him but set them neatly on the counter beside her and then turned back to the box of goods to continue emptying it. The moment she did, Teddy felt some of the stress slip from his body. But he didn’t move back to join her; instead, he eyed her from where he stood, taking in her profile. She wasn’t a beauty. Her hair was blond, whereas he had always preferred redheads, and her face was pale, her features more fitting in a Renaissance portrait, but there was something appealing about her, he decided and then quickly tried to erase that thought from his mind.
The closer you were to a city the fewer stars there appeared tov> appeared be in the sky. You saw a lot of stars in the sky down in Port Henry, but even there you didn’t see as many as up here. They were too close to London, he supposed. “And the fresh air,” Katricia added solemnly. ” Teddy chuckled at the image that put in his head. “And the peace and quiet. ” She suddenly paused, closed her eyes, and raised her head in a listening attitude, and Teddy did the same. Silence immediately surrounded him and then he became aware of his breathing, hers, the soft sounds of small creatures moving through the snowy woods, the soft thud of snow sliding off a branch or something else nearby and hitting the snow-covered ground.
A Cast-Off Coven (Witchcraft Mystery, Book 2) by Juliet Blackwell