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Publisher Description

One of these things is not like the others—life threatening community theatre, wire hangers, chipmunks, tree-house sex-capades with a hot werewolf and head-shrinking with a porno-loving rabbit Shifter.

Actually none of these things are even remotely like the others, but it’s my life and I’m going to make the pieces fit into a perfect puzzle—even if I have to shove it together and glue it with magic.

New leaf, new leaf, new freakin’ leaf.

Caring for people wasn’t in my repertoire until I landed in Assjacket, West Virginia. Falling in love wasn’t anywhere on my agenda. It’s messy. However, I’ve been told messy is what showers and therapy are for. I’m hoping that info is correct because Goddess knows I’m trying.

Never until now have I been a witch that wanted it all—the guy, the job, the friends and the place called home. Now I just have to fix my slightly irresponsible and somewhat unstable witchy ways so I deserve it.

I’m going for perfect…or at least a loose definition of the word.

Messy…here I come.

April 25
Robyn Peterman
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Customer Reviews

Snoopyvet ,

Loved it

This is my favorite so far. I was honored to be asked by the author to beta read this one. It is even better than the other two and I loved them immensely but this one took it to another level. I laughed, I cheered them on and then I cried not a bad cry but it did get me. If you have been reading this series you will adore this one. If not you need to go get the first one now and enjoy a great book.

Kate031 ,

Weak plot

Enough with the recycled jokes! Her last few books, this one included, have been tough to get through. Without much of a plot to keep me engaged, I found myself skipping entire pages of dialogue that were the same joke over and over again. It's only funny the first time - after that it's just annoying. I love the characters and story line, so I sincerely hope she gets back to writing books with actual plots. Zelda going to therapy and starring in a play just didn't cut it for me.

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