REVIEW: Never Been Witched by Annette BlairWednesday, December 9, 2009 13:00
Sandy M’s review of Never Been Witched (Triplet Witch Trilogy, Book 3) by Annette Blair
Contemporary Paranormal Romance published by Berkley 3 Feb 09
This is the last book in Annette Blair’s witch trilogies, and though she’s started a couple of new series, I’m sorry to see this one end. These sexy and intelligent witches throughout two trilogies have been an outright blast to read. The humor and banter between all of Ms. Blair’s heroes and heroines is nearly unparalleled, only a few other authors ever come to mind when it comes to those two elements combined with enchanting characters and fun storylines.
Destiny is the third Cartwright triplet to find her hero in the most unlikely of places. Actually, in the most unlikeliest of persons. She met Morgan at the same time her sisters met their now spouses, but she and Morgan did not hit it off right away, though there was plenty of sexual tension between them. Taking some time for herself while her family and the troublesome Morgan are in Scotland, she stays at her brother-in-law’s lighthouse on Paxton Island to find her psychic path, to soothe her soul.
But her sisters are playing matchmaker and secretly give a key to the lighthouse to Morgan too. They stumble over each other the first and so begins the fun for the reader with the wit and sensuality that doesn’t let up one bit until the very end. Destiny is the sister that sees the future in various ways, one of which is painting her visions, which she’s done over the years, and it’s with Morgan that they both begin to experience those visions firsthand.
Destiny can also see and talk to ghosts, which is a good thing since two very vital spirits are currently in residence with her and Morgan during their stay. Through one of those spirits, she begins to learn a little more about Morgan and his reasons for debunking the paranormal. They both learn there’s more to Morgan than meets the eye, and his belief transformations are loads of fun though they once or twice take place during dangerous situations.
The love scenes are extra fun in this book. Why, you ask? Huh-uh. Not going to say. Just know Morgan is having the time of his life when having sex with Destiny. I thoroughly enjoyed these two characters on their journey to finding each other. The rest of the family does make it back near the end of the book, and it’s just that much more fun when they do arrive.
These are such fun books and I’m glad I discovered them and Annette Blair. It’s bittersweet leaving these stories and characters behind, but I know more fantastic reading is ahead with Ms. Blair’s new series.
The Cartwright triplets—Harmony, Destiny, and Storm—are psychic sirens who use their magic for good and their good looks for seduction. But for Destiny, catching the attention of a paranormal debunker isn’t going to be easy.
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