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  • Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley Sensation (August 7, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425216632
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425216637
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 4.1 x 6.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #967,891 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Dear Readers,

Thank you! I'm officially a New York Times & a USA Today Bestselling Author.

Writers have many dreams for their careers, not the least of which is to have their books hit those lists. But it came as a delightful surprise, 2 days after surgery, to learn that JACOB'S RETURN, a book of my heart, hit that coveted milestone in its second release, fifteen years after the first. Many thanks to you, my wonderful readers. for making it possible. For those who are not familiar with the story, JACOB'S RETURN is a SEXY Amish Historical Romance, though no Amish writing rules existed when the book was written in the late nineteen-eighties. Now sexy Amish Historicals have become something of a trademark. My dedicated readers want the love scenes.

Meanwhile my New York Times Bestselling Mystery Series increased by one. TULLE DEATH DO US PART, my 6th Vintage Magic Mystery brought more notes and email than ever. I love hearing from you, so thank you so much. Your words delight and encourage me. Thanks too for your reviews, for telling your friends & posting your enthusiasm on social sites. Nothing is as valuable as word of mouth. Thank you for mentioning my work. A writer can't succeed alone. I could never succeed without you.

It's been nearly eight years since I left my job as a Development Director at a New England Prep School to become a full time writer, and I am still loving the heck out of it. I will admit that my knee replacement surgeries interfered with my creativity in 2013. I had one in March and one in September. Your cards, good thoughts, vibes, white light, & prayers, are much appreciated.

I didn't always know I wanted to be a writer, but I discovered Jane Eyre soon after I got my first library card. I was eleven and already giving every story a romantic spin, whether it called for one or not. In high school, I wrote romances about my friends and their boyfriends. Racy stuff for which their mothers did not thank me. That was my single true rebellion as a teen, and I'm so glad I ran with it. Because over-achieving, goody-two-shoes have no fun.

When my children were young, I jotted plot ideas on corners of envelopes, recipe cards, and such, and threw them in my nightstand. One day, I picked one and started writing. I have since journeyed to Regency England; 19th century Amish America; twenty-first century Salem, Massachusetts; Newport, Rhode Island; and Mystic, Connecticut; falling in love and solving mysteries along the way. I created a host of sassy, sexy witches who tantalize and torment the men in their lives. Hopefully, those men and women, witches and rogues alike, will make some happy magic for you.

I've re-released: The Rogues Club, a Multi-Award-Winning series of Regency Historical Romances. UNDENIABLE ROGUE, UNFORGETTABLE ROGUE, UNMISTAKABLE ROGUE & UNTAMABLE ROGUE. They're Unputdownable, as are: SEA SCOUNDREL, CAPTIVE SCOUNDREL, PROPER SCOUNDREL & HOLY SCOUNDREL.

Many of you have asked me, "What's next?" To get through a recovery that can be depressing--pain and physical therapy are a drag--I gravitated toward a Contemporary Romantic Comedy Series with a touch of Magic. It's filling my creative well, making me laugh, and keeping me working. You can expect WISHING WELL WEDDING (tentative title) in the first quarter of 2014.

Happy Reading, Happy New Year, and much love,
Annette

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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Detra Fitch VINE VOICE on August 19, 2007
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Harmony Cartwright lives in Salem with her sisters, Destiny and Storm. Eight months ago the triplets were homeless. Now they not only have a home with their half-sister, Vickie, but also have co-ownership of a vintage clothing store named The Immortal Classic. They are hereditary Pictish witches and each has a psychic gift. Destiny reads the future. Storm reads the present. Harmony reads the past.

At a charity costume sale, Harmony's gift leads her to purchase a gold gown. Upon opening her mind to the gown's past, Harmony learns that it once belonged to a woman named Lisette. The sisters find a Celtic puzzles ring hidden in the hem. Reading the ring's past leads Harmony to Paxton Castle. The castle resides on a small island where, it seems, a spirit or two are in need of her help.

King Paxton is the heir of Paxton Castle. He wants nothing more than to fix it up and sell it off quickly. Everyone who has lived in the castle, himself included, has had nothing but misery and misfortune. The construction crew King hired is on a tight schedule. But staying on schedule is almost impossible with all the bad luck running rampant. Then there is the problem of the loud ghostly wailings. Everyone is on edge. But when the hot babe enters the area, peace and quiet descends. King offers Harmony a job as a live-in peace keeper with Gussie, the castle's ghost bent on spreading discord. With Harmony around, perhaps his crew can get some work accomplished. While there, Harmony has King's permission to pillage the castle for any vintage clothing she may desire. King has no idea that a couple of surprise visitors are en route which will turn his world even further upside-down.

Harmony is in vintage heaven! As Harmony looks for treasures, she also tries to understand what Gussie wants.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Norato on November 15, 2007
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Harmony Cartwright is psychically-gifted, as are her triplet sisters. When the trio happen upon an antique Celtic ring hidden in the hem of a gown while browsing a yard sale, Harmony's own unique gift of reading objects is activated. Experience has taught Harmony there is no turning from a psychic mandate when it compels her to solve a mystery. In this case, she is led to a haunted island castle owned by the devastatingly handsome King Paxton. The sexual attraction between these two lead characters is instantaneous and spirals into a hot-hot read. Annette Blair's signature sharp wit is as entertaining as always, but the seaside ghost story setting makes this romance a personal favorite among her witch series.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jessica Barker on November 8, 2007
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Another great book from the author. This is the second book in the "witch" series and just as the first one pulled you in with the madcap storyline, this was does, too. I couldn't put the book down, even though I should've. that's not a good thing to do when you have four little ones running around. This book keeps you wanting to flip page after page.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Harriet Klausner #1 HALL OF FAME on August 11, 2007
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Like her older half sister Vickie and her triplet siblings (Destiny and Storm) Harmony Cartwright has paranormal skills. She can touch an ancient artifact and learns its past, a skill that is handy where she works at her older sister's Salem, Massachusetts antique store The Immortal Classic.

When she touches a ring found inside a dress, Harmony learns of its past at Paxton Castle on nearby coastal Massachusetts. She travels there to remove Gussie the angry spirit haunting the castle. To her shock she finds a psychic connection to the new owner King; and even more stunning an attraction to him. However, Harmony knows she is in over her head with the acrimonious Gussie so she calls for her siblings to help her remove the ghost haunting Paxton Castle, but plans to act alone when it comes to King.

The first of the triplet sequels to the big sister's tale (see SCOT, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE) is an exhilarating romantic fantasy starring an interesting heroine and the man who employs her to control the rancorous unwanted spirit bewitching his castle. Readers will appreciate the antics of the triplets as they struggle to send Gussie on to the next plane while laughing with joy at King's caresses of the seductress who owns his heart.

Harriet Klausner
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By T Young on February 13, 2008
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When I see other reviewers give this book 5 stars, I wonder if we're reading the same book! The whole book, in a nutshell, is about a dumb blonde stereotype of a girl, flaunting her bodacious body in skin tight clothing, teetering around in her high heels, exclaiming stupid phrases, "Withering witch balls"!! The guy she is incessantly teasing with her sexual charms is so wound up , he can think of only one thing when she's in the same room. Just look at the cover of the book.

I thought it was AWFUL, but if you like shallow characters and lots of gratuitous sex, then this book is for you.
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27 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Helen Hancox on August 7, 2007
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This book is the first of three stories focuses on the Carrtwright sisters - Harmony, Destiny and Storm. The sisters are identical triplets and, apparently, seductresses.

The focus of this story is Harmony who is the buyer for her sisters' vintage curio shop. Her psychic talent is that she can read objects and learn of their former owners. A Celtic ring leads her to a castle on the coast of Massachusetts. When she arrives at the castle she meets its owner, King Paxton, who finds he is spending ever more money trying to renovate the castle before selling it. It soon becomes apparent that the 'ghost' that causes mayhem and delays his building work is quieted when Harmony is in residence so King employs her to spend time in the castle so he can complete the necessary renovations.

There was something altogether unsatisfying about this story. It seemed to consist more of a series of loosely-connected scenes between Harmony and King. These two are instantly in lust with each other and the first third of the book sees them alternately kissing each other and then ignoring each other. Harmony is apparently looking at the vintage clothes in the castle to see what can be sold although she's also looking for the pair for the celtic ring, although how this can take up all her time over several days is unclear. King Paxton is trying to do the castle up in order to sell it plus deal with bankers and yet he doesn't actually appear to do any work and it was unclear what work he would actually do to help with the renovations.

Harmony finds out about the ghost, Gussie. almost immediately and tries to learn more about her. What she learns is that Gussie doesn't like Paxton and takes revenge in a rather poltergeist-esque way.
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