Hocus Pocus (Spellbound, #1)
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Hocus Pocus (Spellbound #1)

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Taking his father’s request to play ‘I spy’ seriously, Dr. Cole Young sets out to prove this his over-the-hill uncle’s sexy, young, vivacious fiancée uses hypnosis to swindle men out of money. Believing he’s too smart to be hypnotized Cole poses as a client to uncover her scam.

Ginger Prescott, a gifted medium and hypnotherapist is used to working with clients with issues r...more
ebook, 188 pages
Published May 1st 2011 by INA Inc (first published 2007)
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Suze
A fun story about Ginger, one of three sisters with special powers, and Cole, a heart doctor and cowboy.
The story line was fun and light hearted with enough 'bad bits' to not make it too mushy. Occaisionally at the start of the story the writing was a bit hectic, almost like trying too hard and a bit confusing. I really liked the premise of the series and the stories about the other sisters should be interesting
GoldenjoyBazyll
What a FUN book! It is the story of 3 sisters who happen to be triplets and each has a magical power. The main character is Ginger and she is a medium. She can talk to ghosts and she can hypnotise their family members so they can speak to them as well. It was FUNNY... romantic.... a little of everything. Definately a quick and entertaining read!!!!!!
Brandy
Jun 01, 2012 Brandy rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: 2012
I thought this was an adorable story though the abundance of typos was rather annoying. Rosemary, Cinnamon, and Ginger were great triplets with each having a distinct personality and lots of love for the others. Ginger's love interest Cole fit in so well with her sisters, and I loved reading those interactions.
Tory Michaels
The story was decent, but the book was sadly in need of editing. Typos galore. I might give her one more chance because I liked the story, but of the editing doesn't improve, that's it. To me, yes, the editing was THAT bad.
Lillie
The premise of this story was nice but it dragged terribly, had corny dialogue, tons of repetition ("hells bells" was used 17 times), and in the end the typos and bad grammar made this book unreadable for me. DNF.
Sharon Sherman
Oh so interesting. Plummer gives us an interesting read making us think outside the box.
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This author also writes as Rhonda Plummber

As a child, I was a dreamer. Somewhere along the way daydreams progressed beyond a world where knives, forks and spoons had secret lives and when left alone, dolls had tea parties and danced.

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