This was the second book in Juliet Blackwell's series about a witch who after having been cast off from her home in Texas, subsequently lived all around the world, finally she needed a real home and settled in San Francisco. Once there, she opened a vintage clothing and accessories store dubbed Aunt Cora's Closet. Lily, the witch, had lived much of her life denying her true identity and keeping almost exclusively to herself. However, situations needing Lily's "witchy" help have kept coming up. In this novel, there's a ghostly disturbance at a local arts school. This school had once been a convent and after it became an arts school, a lovesick student was purported to have killed himself there. While I didn't quite enjoy this novel as much as I did the first in the series, I did like it. The plot moved along swiftly and the basic story was reasonably interesting.