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Garden Spells

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The calm, sensible, practical oldest sister who ends up finding passion and love and casts off her practicality to find her inner sex goddess, and the wild, crazy younger sister who ends up learning that being calm and sensible and practical will get her the things she wants in life…. She has a successful business, using herbs and a touch of magic to create an environment, enhance emotion, or even to increase night vision. The non romantic relationships are much more interesting and endearing and have more authenticity and complexity.

The sisters are flawed in different ways, the magic they each own is subtle and yet powerful, and the conclusion fits perfectly with what the author set up. It’s easy to read, full of interesting descriptions and a funny apple tree, and includes a few life lessons along the way. I had all that in mind when I learned the Waverley house is a Queen Anne and imagined a large, neat but bountiful garden in the backyard with an apple tree in the middle. Addison’s talent, at least in my opinion, is not necessarily in plots or characters, but in lush, memorable descriptions of small-town South, with a magical twist.Seller has stated it will dispatch the item within 1 working day upon receipt of cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab . For nearly a decade, 34-year-old Claire Waverley, at peace with her family inheritance, has lived in the house alone, embracing the spirit of the grandmother who raised her, ruing her mother's unfortunate destiny and seemingly unconcerned about the fate of her rebellious sister, Sydney, who freed herself long ago from their small town's constraints. A couple came out of the house after visiting, and they watched Claire quietly build tiny log cabins with twigs.

If you are the publisher or author and feel that they do not properly reflect the range of media opinion now available, send us a message with the mainstream reviews that you would like to see added. Claire had an unconvential upbringing dragged around the country by her vagabond mother until the age of six. I hate summer because most of them college kids leave town, so there aren't as many runners and I don't have any nice male backsides to look at when I walk the track.Thank you for supporting my small business and allowing me to continue providing you a reliable resource for clean book ratings. Any "Author Information" displayed below reflects the author's biography at the time this particular book was published. It’s there in the first sentence: “smiley moon” rather than crescent, or even sliver of a moon, sure. I enjoyed the sprinkling of other POVs because it fleshed out parts of the story to create a fuller world for the book.

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