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Abracadabra Book 2: the Spellbound Trilogy

Reviewed by: Christine I Speakman

Written by: Rhonda Plummer

 

Publisher:  WHISKEY CREEK PRESS  www.whiskeycreekpress.com


Genre: Romance Paranormal
EBook formats ISBN: 978-1-60313-084-4
Trade paperback ISBN: 978-1-60313-083-7

 Pages:  362 pages
Price: $5.99+

 

4 out of 4 roses

They’re back and now it’s Rosemary’s turn…to butt heads with fate.

 

Rosemary is determined that her life will not be dictated by an ancestry grandmother, she, Rosemary, and she alone will control her life.  Until Walker Owens swaggers into her life - and her dreams.  Dang, those dream visions!

 

Like book one in the “Spellbound Trilogy: Hocus Pocus” the sisters find themselves watching as one of their own discovers true love.  However, in “Abracadabra” our fated lovers find themselves involved with a greedy stepmother who will stop at nothing in her need to destroy Walker.  Also, the sisters’ talents are in danger of being broadcast countrywide by those who would use these same talents for no good.

 

How will the sisters save Walker and still protect their family gifts?  Is this the universe’s way of dealing with Aunt Pesty’s meddling?  And, just how will Rosemary and Walker deal with both sets of snooping deceased parents popping in and out at will?  What is Ginger’s and Cole’s secret?  And who will be revealed in Cinnamon’s dream vision?

 

Another round of applause for Rhonda Plummer.  I didn’t think she could possibly top “Hocus Pocus,” but she did.

 

The sisters are still enchanting.  Aunt Pesty is still lovingly meddlesome.  The parents still handing out structure advice and admonishments.  And this time around, Cole gets to watch some other helpless guy fall in love with one of the redheaded triplets.

 

I love this trilogy, and I haven’t even read book three, yet! 

 

Please don’t stop at only three books.  More!

 

  *HIGHLRose, LargeY RECOMMRose, LargeENDEDRose, Large

Rose, Large 
 

 
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