By Madelyn Alt

Maggie O'Neill needs to activate her personal charms-mystical and otherwise-while investigating the dying of 1 of her consumers from the vintage store, Enchantments.

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And in the meantime, a killer was free to walk the streets, secure in the freedom of the moment. Life just wasn't fair. I twirled the ice cubes around my glass. "You know, Amanda came into the store on Saturday. A weird co-incidence. " He laughed. " I made a face at him. " I didn't want him to get on the subject of Felicity—he had been one of the people who strongly suspected she'd had a hand in her sister's death. It was a sore subject for him, and I was too close toLiss by now to suffer his prejudices lightly.

A vision in black leather and aging denim. "Funny you should ask that. " It was probably wrong of me to notice the way his jeans clung to his lean hips. I made myself look away. Marcus Quinn was my boss's main squeeze, the May half of their May-September love affair. And no matter how much his bad boy image on occasion piqued my curiosity, he was indisputably off-limits. Period. Besides, despite the fact that I hadn't seen Deputy Tom Fielding since he'd hightailed it out of my life in October, I still harbored a secret hope that I hadn't seen the last of him.

She wanted to come tonight for the vigil for Amanda Roberson, and I came along to lend moral support. Not to mention that I knew Amanda. " Doubtfully I squinted at him. " His eyes were dark and shadowy in the dim vestibule, but I felt the weight of them on me for a long moment before he spoke. "There are many paths to the Divine, Maggie. Mine is just one of them. No better than the rest, except that it works for me. " My own thoughts were too muddled to agree, so I simply avoided the question. To fill the silence, I said, "So, your aunt belongs to this church?

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