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Gone with the Witch (Triplet Witch Trilogy #2)

4.01  ·  Rating Details ·  1,772 Ratings  ·  69 Reviews
The Cartwright triplets use their magic for good and their good looks for seduction.
When beautiful bad girl Storm Cartwright hears the sound of a baby crying every time she's near Aiden McCloud, she turns on the charm. Because she's sure it means a child is in need-and that the handsome antiques restorer is the key to finding it. And when she lures Aiden into her seductiv
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Published May 6th 2008 by Berkley Books (first published May 1st 2008)
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Apr 25, 2014 meghann rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Haha this book had me laughing all the way through. Storm is definitely my favorite of the three sisters so far. The endings of these books are a bit cheesy for my taste, but the journey there is great. There was less use of the phrase "man brain" in book two, which is always a plus. And dragons will forever make me laugh. I'm not sure if I'll enjoy book three as much as the two main characters were just kind of meh in the first two books. We shall see.
Storm Cartwright is one of triplet sisters, who happen to be witches. Storm is the gothic one, she has blue hair, a tongue ring, and wears combat boots. The other sisters are Harmony and Destiny and they have a half sister, Vickie. Storm hears the sound of a baby crying every time she's near Aiden McCloud, and knows she cannot rest until she finds out why. So she kidnaps Aiden by tying him with fuzzy purple handcuffs to the bed of his designer motor home and heads out in search of the baby. Stor ...more
Apr 29, 2013 Cally rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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Gypsie Holley
Sep 05, 2008 Gypsie Holley rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
By the end of the 4th chapter I had tears streaming down my face from laughing so hard for 4 straight chapters! It eased up but what a fantastic write. I just loved Storm and Aiden. Their chemestry was erotic and breathtaking. I felt the whirlwind of this book and I didn't put it down til done! This family just keeps getting bigger, hopefully that means we will be reading of these witches for a long time!

Best Quotes from the book:

"Your allergy reeks of commitment phobia." ---Storm
"My aftershave
Apr 03, 2009 Andrea rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is the second book in The Triplet Witch Trilogy. I really wasn't too fond of the first book, Sex and the Psychic so I was hoping this one would be better. And it was. Not a lot better, but I enjoyed it more. The writing didn't seem as annoying to me. And I liked the characters in this story more. But I still felt like elements of the plot were just thrown into the story. I mean, these elements would have worked if more background had been built up. I have the third book in the series, Never ...more
Jul 27, 2011 Jenn rated it liked it
Shelves: own, e-book


Storm Cartwright has been hearing a baby crying since the moment she met Aiden McCloud at her soon to be brother in law’s once haunted castle. She’s sure it’s her psychic powers telling her that he has a child out there someplace who needs him. He’s sure that she’s nuts. He won’t deny that she’s sexy, and after seeing her help exorcise a ghost he can’t deny that she’s a witch but that doesn’t mean she isn’t certifiably insane. When Aiden won’t listen s
Sandy M
Aug 01, 2011 Sandy M rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I so enjoy Annette Blair’s books. They’re just plain old fun. They have some of the snappiest banter I’ve ever read. And they’re as sexy as hell. For those days you have no idea what you want to read, crack open one of Ms. Blair’s books and you’ll be smiling for days to come afterward.

And even start at the very beginning of Ms. Blair’s witch books. This is her second trilogy and even though the first three books, her Accidental Witch Trilogy, The Kitchen Witch, My Favorite Witch, and The Scot, t
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Apr 18, 2012 Amanda rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
GONE WITH THE WITCH was great fun! Wonderful characters, a riveting storyline and a sensuous undercurrent are just a few of the things that made this such a phenomenal story. Storm is a hoot! She had me rolling in laughter through the entire story. She is such a perfect counterpoint to Aiden's more staid personality. She's wild and carefree while Aiden has his own surefire beliefs about everything. The romance that blooms between these two, when Aiden finally gives in, will have reader's hearts ...more
Jul 18, 2008 Drea rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: july-2008
Just beginning to read this one. I like these books because they are an easy read, but I keep forgetting that this series is very sex-centered, so when I started this book I actually had an initial let down. Now, don't get me wrong, I don't mind some sex in a book, but I really dislike it or it's not my taste exactly if it's implied on almost every page. Yep that's me, the prude :-) I will keep reading though and just skim over the parts I don't think are totally necessary for the book - even th ...more
Julie (jjmachshev)
I really, really wanted to like this book. I've enjoyed the other books in Ms Blair's Witch series. But for whatever reason, "Gone With the Witch" was not an enjoyable read for me.

The book is written in first person...a very choppy first person. It was hard to keep track of scenes, conversations, and thoughts. There was an overabundance of magick in the book...from spells to coincidences to coma astral traveling. It was just too much for me.

Storm is a witch who's strongly attracted to Aiden. Aid
Jun 18, 2008 Bitten_by_Books rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: shirley
Storm Cartwright is a psychic witch who reads present events. She met Aiden McCloud in the first of Ms. Blair’s Triplet Witch Trilogy, Sex and the Psychic Witch. She was then instantly attracted to him and that attraction starts Storm’s story off with a bang (pun intended).

Whenever Storm is near Aiden, she hears a crying baby and is convinced that the baby is his. She is determined to fulfill her psychic mandate to answer the child’s cry and will do whatever that takes, and Aiden is just as det
Nov 20, 2010 Charlie rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance, paranormal, magic
This was another one of those books that I just happened to pick up, and totally miss that it was part of a series. That being said, I still don't think I missed much, Annette Blair did a recap, so I got the gist of it, and found it to be rather enjoyable.
It's starts out with Storm who can 'hear' babies whenever she is around Aiden. She is convinced that the child needs help, and the key to finding the child is through Aiden. So what does she do? Kidnaps him.
This story is quick paced and a laugh
May 08, 2008 Teagan rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
In the second book of the Sexy Witches in Salem series, Annette Blair has once again shown that her magical writing can do more than light up the pages with great characters. She makes them sizzle. I laughed and I cried and I even read a few pages to my husband. She can turn a story this way and that and still make the reader enjoy it as if they are hanging on for dear life on a roller coaster and loving every minute of it. This time the bad girl witch shows her abilities and it will take someon ...more
Ann (Noumena12)
Gone with the Witch is Annette Blair's second book in the Triplet Witch Trilogy. Storm Cartwright is the "bad" triplet with her goth looks and blue hair. Storm meets her match in Aiden McCloud, wandering biker. Together, they fulfill Storm's destiny...although it requires kidnapping, seduction, and magic.

Storm is my favorite triplet; her complexity of caring, facing her own issues, and her fight. Blair's characters make the story come to life: Pepper and Ginny are favorites. I'm looking forward
Mar 29, 2011 Faithann rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2012
The second in the Triplet Witch trilogy, and it was just as entertaining as the first. This one is about the third triplet, Storm and Aiden. Both are rebels, with no desire to for commitments, or so they thought. Storm has always heard crying babies in her mind, but has never tried to find them. But every time she gets near Aiden, she not only hears a baby, but she smells baby powder and apricots. When Aiden refuses to go willingly with her to find this baby, she kidnaps him and that's when the ...more
Peggy O'Connell
Jul 16, 2008 Peggy O'Connell rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Anyone
Recommended to Peggy by: The store
Gone With The Witch is filled with snappy, fast paced dialogue. The chemistry is fantastic and smoking hot.

I've loved reading Annette Blair's novels since she introduced the Witches series, and she just keeps getting better and better. Each new story that I read becomes my new favorite, and this is no exception.

This book had everything I love in a novel - I laughed until I had tears, there was wonderful sexual tension between Aiden and Storm, the characters were well-developed, and there was a
Laurie Garrison
I dont think I have ever had so much fun with a book.. This is the second book of this series I have read.They both have been fun and sexy...
In this book your are laughing about Storm handcuffing Adrian to the bed and women taking pictures of him, then next your mad at the triplts mom, then your crying over Adiran finding his child and mother.. This is a great book.
I also love how Blair makes the cats so fun in these books.. This cat here loves to ride on the celing fan. They are crazy cats..
Storm Cartwright, the triplet with the sense of the present, consistently hears a baby crying when she's near Aiden McCloud, one of King's friends. When he laughs her off, she kidnaps him and sets off the find the baby she believes is his.

This was another strange book that seems like it's trying too hard, with weird dialogue and twists. Once again, the family grows exponentially, and Storm and Aiden, whose obstacles never seemed that real or dire, finally get together. But this just didn't feel
Daniell Marsh
May 03, 2016 Daniell Marsh rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Storm is a triplet and a witch. She just has one problem, she hears a baby crying whenever she is around Aiden. Aiden thinks storm is a gorgeous goth girl that won't stop talking baby nonsense. Storm is sure that she is hearing a child in need and Aiden just won't get with the program of helping her find the child. What is a girl to do? How about kidnapping him in his own RV and going on the road to find the child in question. Really enjoyed this book. There were parts you just had to laugh at a ...more
Julie (ExoticRogue)
Feb 10, 2009 Julie (ExoticRogue) rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone
Recommended to Julie (ExoticRogue) by: seen at a library
I lov love the book....its was awsome! Storm Cartwright is hot and very mysterous but she does have a sweet side and not just wild all the time. In the book she does get kinky at moments in the book with Adien and how this comes'll have to read the story for yourself to find out. Not only that... Adien has surprizes happening for him as well in inspiring ways....check this book out! its a must read book...
Mar 07, 2010 Darcy rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2010, pnr, witches, magic
This was a fun ride full of sarcasm, teasing, crazy physic witches, tattoos, phantom babies, and sexual innuendo. We start out at the wedding of the couple from the previous book where Storm is tormenting Aiden. After the wedding things take a turn into the crazy after when Aiden finds himself in an unusual situation and things just get more interesting from there. In the end all get worked out and the castle gets more inhabitants.
Jan 02, 2011 Artemis rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I found our heroine, had everything you need in a heroine, backbone, sauce, sass and a tarty mouth. She is fantastic! Mix it in with a hunky alpha male and my my you have a great novel to dive into. I must admit this was the first book out of the series that I chose and I was very pleased! I will definitely pick up more books from this author. It`s a fantastic PNR with an underlying mystery or our heroine`s past. ...more
Oct 16, 2008 Christy rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I am addicted to and in love with Ms. Blair's Witches! This second book in the Triplet Witch trilogy is such a fun and romantic read. Filled with sexual tension and heat, witty dialogue and humor, Storm's and Aidan's story kept me reading from start to finish in just a few short hours. February can't come soon enough for me to read Destiny's and Morgan's tale ~ in fact, I've already pre-ordered it.
Dec 21, 2008 Michele rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
When beautiful bad girl Storm Cartwright hears the sound of a baby crying every time she’s near Aiden McCloud, she turns on the charm. Because she’s sure it means a child is in need—and that the handsome antiques restorer is the key to finding it. And when she lures Aiden into her seductive trap and kidnaps him, something magical happens between them.

I really have enjoyed this series. Need to get my hands on the third book in the trilogy now.
I don't know why, but this one took me forever to read. It was slow for half the book and I kept having my mind wander to other things. It was easy for me to put it down. Then, finally, it picked up in the second half of the book and got so good I read the last 100 pages in a day. All in all, a really cute story and a decent addition to the trilogy, I just wish it had pulled me in from page 1 like the first book.
this series sounds smuttier than it really is. its part of a trilogy that spawned off another triloy which I hsven't read yet. it was a fairly easy read with a slightly convulted story. only having read two books I don't really feel justified puling out a term like formulaic (which I assume I spelt wrong) but the author seems to have something against biological mothers that only replacement witch moms can fix, odd.
Storm is a great character! She and Aiden are meant to be together and I am so glad that they figure that out in time to make a home for themselves and their family.

The Triplets finally have all of their sisters together!

I wish that I could explore their windmill cottage, it sounds beautiful!

I can't wait to read Destiny's story next!
Jul 06, 2013 Denoramae rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This was the second triplet to catch her man. I enjoyed the story line and twists. It is light paranormal romance and not a deep read by any means. It makes a good fast read for the beach or while waiting as you can pick it up and put it down. It is better to these in order as there is a lot of references to other characters.
This one was alot easier to understand than Sex and the Psychic Witch. The language was more clear and the pacing is somewhat slower though not by alot, I read someone use the word frenetic and thats exactly the way to describe the style and pacing it was like the characters where on fastforward and rushing to comple their psychic mandates. I wonder if Pepper will get her own story too?
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Annette Blair's romantic comedies owe their beginnings to a root canal and a reluctant trip to Salem Massachusetts. Though she had once proclaimed she'd never write a contemporary, she stumbled into the serendipitous role of Accidental Witch Writer on that trip. Funny how she managed to eat her words even with an aching jaw. Magic or destiny; Annette's Bewitching Romantic Comedies became her first ...more
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