Book: The Weird Magic Trilogy Boxed Set by Barbara Plumcategories: Book, Paranormal Romance, Witches, Warlocks, Wizards, Magic, Light Paranormal Romance, Bad Magic, Good Magic, Women's Fiction, Star-Crossed Lovers, Halloween, Kidnapping, Dark Forces, Mashups
Barbara Plumabout this boxed set: Over a thousand pages in one set of snarky, funny dialogue and funnier situations when a girl with witch-killing genes and red slippers meets the "Uncrowned King of All Right-Thinking Witches and Warlocks."
Thea Gale's not interested in men (When she was twelve, her father walked away from her and her mom). Six failed marriages between her mother and her sister add to her wariness about surrendering her independence to a male.
Then, she comes home from the date in Hell and finds Toto, her black cat, nearly disemboweled. Through a series of mishaps and confusion, she ends up at a 24/7 vet's. He's super hot, and his mother is super witchy. But he saves Toto with some kind of technique bordering on magical.
Weird escalates to weirder, forcing Thea to accept a ride home from Dr. Wonderful. His obsession with the red slippers raises her suspicions. When she figures out he can read her mind and she levitate, her disbelief shakes her to her core.
Against all commonsense, she agrees to help Dr. Wonderful track and bring to justice a group of baddies attacking cats to start a war between witches and common humans. In the end, her help gains her no approval from the genus-magicus community.
Hard Magic and True Magic, Books 2 and 3 in the series, continue the struggle to cross the chasm between the two different worlds. One step forward in that battle, plus fights to save the world, occupy the lovers. In each book, Thea's "magic" grows, but she resists. She wants to be normal--no matter how much fun it is to levitate into the stratosphere.
The path to true love is never easy, and Thea even wavers in her certainty that she and Magnus are star-crossed lovers. No matter what befalls them, her tongue never fails to get her in more trouble. Despite the light-hearted tone of all three books, family and trust and love prove magic does exist.
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