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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 7 February 2009
Annette Blair is a wonderful writer and this series is one of her best i think.
This is book 2 about Triplets that are witches. Sassy characters with a lot of personality, makes this an exciting, interesting and moving story.
Aiden finds Storm far more attractive than he ought to, particularly since she keeps talking insanity about hearing his baby in her head--when he definitely doesn't have a baby. He has plenty of reasons, however, for not wanting to get caught in her snare. He doesn't have much of a choice, however, when she kidnaps him and takes him to find the baby she's hearing, whether he agrees or not! Along the way things heat up between them like a volcano, Storm starts rescuing missing children, and she makes a few discoveries related to her own family...

A superbly written story by a good author....you won't be disappointed.
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on 30 June 2008
Whenever Storm Cartwright is near Aiden McCloud she hears a baby crying. This is nothing new for Storm, except Aiden provokes not only the sound but also the smell of baby powder and the taste of fruit loops and chocolate milk. Determined to find out why she hears the baby near him, Storm seduces him and handcuffs him to the four-poster bed in his motor home. Kidnapping him, she sets out to find the baby but ends up discovering more than she'd ever dreamed of.

This is the Annette Blair's second book in the triplet witch series. I loved it. It made me laugh, smile and cry. As Storm progresses on her psychic mandate, a lot of events unfold meaning that the story has a much larger scope and depth than other romances. Fans of the series will also be pleased to know that you do find out what and where Aiden's tattoo is, and it really is as embarrassing as is implied by King in the first book! Overall, a great story that sucks you in and keeps you hooked to the very end.
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on 29 January 2009
This is the seond of the triple witch series and concerns storm and her true love and a crying baby and hancuffs and voyeurism ??? This is a funny, sassy, sexy tale, well woven and keeps you wanting to read more. I love annette blair and her witches, can't wait for the next one !!!!
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on 8 May 2016
fantastic
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