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Publisher's Summary

Can you keep a secret?

Growing up in Sugar Maple, Vermont, knit shop owner and sorceress-in-training Chloe Hobbs learned to keep a secret before she learned to tie her shoes. When your town is home to werewolves, vampires, trolls, sprites, and everything else the real world is told doesn't exist, you learn quickly how to hide in plain sight.

And now she's keeping the happiest secret of her life: she and 100% human chief of police Luke MacKenzie are going to have a baby.

But when a quiet young knitter at an afternoon workshop blurts out a warning about Chloe's unborn baby girl, Chloe and her magickal friends quickly discover just how hard it is to keep the biggest secret of them all.

©2011, 2012, 2013 Barbara Bretton (P)2013 Barbara Bretton

Critic Reviews

"Bretton seamlessly blends a playful world of eccentric and meddling supernatural creatures." ( Publishers Weekly, starred review)
"Bretton spins an imaginative and charming tale." ( Booklist, starred review)
"Bretton has created a paranormal series that is both engaging and timely; for those who like their fantasy with a down-home flair." ( Library Journal)

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I really wanted to love this book, but I just couldn't & half way through I gave up. I think this author has loads of potential, but just needs stronger editing.