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Making the Saint (Circle of Three #10)

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In the circle ringed with fire,
stand and meet your chosen one.
dance among the laughing spirits,
listen as their song is sung.

A mysterious stranger shows Kate, Annie, and Cooper how to connect with the spirit world, but there are alarming effects, especially for Kate. Stepping outside the bounds of Wicca, Kate becomes entranced -- so much so, her friends fear for her.

Mass Market Paperback, 240 pages
Published October 1st 2001 by Avon Books
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Sarah Crawford
Feb 04, 2016 Sarah Crawford rated it really liked it
Annie is still attracted to TJ and talks to him alone, supposedly to apologize for having kissed him.

The girls have to study other systems as part of their Wiccan work. Kate studies Santeria, and the other two girls study Celtic shamanism and Norse mythology.

The Annie/Tyler/Kate triangle is still there and recurs throughout the book.

Evelyn LeJarden is a Santeria priestess and refers to the orishas, “the spirits who make things possible” and who are to be kept happy.

The woman explains similariti
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Apr 03, 2015 Kendra Griffith rated it it was amazing
Another great book in the series. This one had a lot of self actualization as the theme. The girls learn so much and it is interesting to follow their path and where they are going.
Jane Love
Dec 31, 2013 Jane Love rated it it was amazing
Kate, Cooper and Annie are given a task by the Wiccan classes to learn about other religions. Annie is spending a lot of time with Tyler Kate's boyfriend as her family are still not happy that she is involved with Wicca, Annie ends up kissing Tyler, Cooper's parents split up. Another excellent read.
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Another cool and easy to read book. Wasn't expecting Kate reacting like that, but at least she was conscious enough to make the right decision when it came to what happened to Annie. That was very good.
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Getting a little bored with this series...but I'm sure I'll finish reading them all at some point.
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This is a pseudonym of Michael Thomas Ford.

Isobel Bird has been involved in the world of paganism and witchcraft for many years. She lives and dances beneath the moon somewhere in New England.
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