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The threesome realizes that Vivian is not ready to be their champion so they ask her to find master magician Henry Baron, owner of a local pet store under the name of Dexter Grant. Vivian explains to Dexter what is going on and he knows she is the soul mate he has waited an eternity for. Sparks fly between them even as they intercede in an effort to keep the "retired" Fates from harm.
Readers will find SIMPLY IRRESISTIBLE simply irresistible because the whimsical story line contains characters that make magic so real that it feels more like a branch of science. The story line never takes itself seriously while providing sub-genre fans with an amusing war of the magicians (reminiscent of the Corman's movie The Raven). The lead couple is a charmed pair who one does not need a crystal ball to feel they belong together. However, the three Fates and the new wave substitutes turn Kristine Grayson's fun plot into a jocular joyful experience.
Still, this is a witty, appealing read for those looking for a fun, light read. The characters are accessible, and it's cute to witness them "falling in love." The hero, especially, is immensely appealing. The plot line (which concerns a wrathful goddess seeking revenge) moves along briskly. In addition, there are some laugh-out-loud moments and some delightful surprises.
All in all, I don't know if this is up to the quality of the rest of the series. But it's still an immensely entertaining read. I'd recommend it for wit and originality alone.