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Sex and the Psychic Witch (Triplet Witch Trilogy #1)

3.82  ·  Rating details ·  2,574 Ratings  ·  97 Reviews
Introducing the Cartwright sisters-Harmony, Destiny and Storm-triplets and unstoppable seductresses. Harmony, the buyer for her sisters' vintage curio shop, can read objects and learn of their former owners. Now, a Celtic ring leads her to a castle on the coast of Massachusetts. King Paxton's money-pit is cursed, and he hopes that this leggy blonde can help him find peace ...more
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Published August 7th 2007 by Berkley
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Dec 07, 2008 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
i can deal with the fact that the author can't spell or identify homonyms [because at least she can tell a good story!] - but it makes me want to buy the copy editor a matching dictionary and thesaurus.
The one where ... um, the first chapter was so dense with forced wackiness, expo-dumpage, and other inexplicable oddities that I'm not entirely clear on this, but I think the heroine buys a dress at a garage sale (which is, for some reason, a costume garage sale), and for some reason, when she puts it on, half of a puzzle ring comes out of her mouth (it could have come out of the dress, but it seriously reads like it comes out of her mouth), and then she has a vision of a castle, and one of her ...more
Meh, I liked it alright. To be truthful, I almost put it away after the first few chapters. This author's writing style is not my favorite. She tries so hard to be witty in every line that she actually turns out NOT witty at all. There's so much banter between the hero and heroine that at times it barely made sense, and greatly distracted me from the main plot, which was actually not that bad.

I grew more interested when King's family showed up, and the ending was nice.

The love scenes were so od
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When I first started this book I was completely bored and confused. The writing isnt that great. It only got interesting once the characters finally started getting it on. After that the story finally began to surface but not much. If youre looking for something hot and quick to read then check it out. But as far as the supernatural elements of this novel, dont count on it too much. I would have preferred more witchy witches rather than the wiccan types to read about.
Oct 05, 2008 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book introduces the Cartwright sisters-Harmony, Destiny and Storm-triplets and long lost sisters to Victoria Cartwright the main character in The Scot, The Witch and the Wardrobe. Unlike their sister Victoria, these ladies embrace their witchy ways.

This book is about Harmony. She is able to read objects and get information about their owners from objects. This leads her to a haunted castle that is being renovated. The workers can't get there job done with the spooky happenings and Harmony
I was very excited to start reading The Triplet Witch Trilogy by Annette Blair, but I was quickly disappointed. I expected a fun, light-hearted chick-litish paranormal, but all I got was a sex-filled, annoying book. I don't really have too much to say except that I just didn't like it. The writing got on my nerves, especially the dialogue. And it felt like the plot was thrown together, with random events thrown in. And with the exception of Jake, the two-year-old little boy, I didn't really care ...more
Sep 02, 2013 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: halloween
I really did not enjoy this book that much. I didn't like the style of the writing and thought it was way too much dialogue and not enough description in between dialogue. Also, I really disliked the constant use of Harmony saying "withering witch balls" over and over again! I thought the progression was too fast and it felt like I was hit by a train during the transitions b/c they didn't happen smoothly. For example, when all of a sudden his kid and grandkid show up. There wasn't enough of tryi ...more
Dec 21, 2008 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Book one of the series involving the Cartwright Triplets. Originally introduced in the book, "The Scot, The Witch and the Wardrobe"

Harmony, the buyer for her sisters' vintage curio shop, can read objects and learn of their former owners. Now, a Celtic ring leads her to a castle on the coast of Massachusetts. King Paxton's money-pit is cursed, and he hopes that this leggy blonde can help him find peace with an angry ghost, a disgruntled renovation crew-and his own heart.
May 16, 2009 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I feel bad rating this one because I never finished the book. Which is annoying since I was so thrilled with the earlier trilogy that I thought one about the triplets would be fantastic, so I ran out and bought the first one the second I found it... but she lost me with all the flowery metaphors in the land of sex.
Apr 25, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
So I actually ended up really liking this book. I'll start the second book in the trilogy tomorrow, but I really hope the phrase "man brain" is kept to a minimum in that one. I am sad to report that the mystery of Dracula and the yard sale from chapter one was not revealed.
Sep 08, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
fun but sexy
Jul 27, 2011 rated it really liked it
Shelves: own, e-book

Harmony Cartwright is a psychometric witch, meaning things call to her and tell her the stories of their former owners. When a dress in a rummage sale summons her she find in the hem a Celtic ring and a vision of a castle – ghost and all. She knows it’s a cosmic calling, a problem only she can fix and she leaves her sisters to fulfill her duty. What she didn’t count on was the castle’s sexy owner King Paxton - a hard-nosed technocrat standing in her wa
Mar 19, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
There were a lot of funny parts in this book. Most of the humor was sexual so not for young audiences.
Dec 14, 2011 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The first chapter was so poorly written I actually groaned. However, I was glad I stuck it out both for the character interaction and the realistic portrayal of modern witchcraft.

Though horrible in the first chapter, the dialogue was pretty funny with a lot of really fun and sassy banter. I felt like the characters could be real people with real thoughts and emotions. I often found myself becoming emotionally involved with what the characters were saying and looked forward to watching them grow.
Jun 18, 2008 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: shirley
Harmony Cartwright and her triplet sisters, Storm and Destiny, co-own “The Immortal Classic Vintage Clothing and Curio Shop” with their half-sister, Vickie (thus the connection to the Accidental Witch Trilogy). At a yard sale, Harmony is drawn to a gown that triggers her psychic ability to read old objects and to learn about their dead owners. When she tries on the gown, she sees a vision in an antique mirror and discovers half of a Celtic puzzle ring in its hem...

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Mar 07, 2010 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2010, pnr, witches, magic
After a slow start this book picked up and ended up being fun and campy. Harmony a triplet, high jinx ensure around that fact later, also a physic and a witch who finds a dress that sends her on a mission to set past actions to rest. While on this mission she runs into King Paxton who owns the castle the dress lead her to. These 2 people could not be more different and all sorts of crazy things happen. With people popping in left and right for surprises and a ghost causing trouble in the castle ...more
Jul 06, 2009 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
You may have read the accidental witch series first, the last book had some pretty big leaders to this series. If you don't mind a little plot with your sex, you'll love these books. Scenes are very repetitive and the story very predictible. The reason I read it. It was bought as a complete series [along with the accidental witch series] off a reliable friend [who, I've recently found, really likes the 'hot' books, not the 'plot' books] :) we're still friends, I just ignore the majority of her r ...more
May 11, 2008 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: To those who love a funny and sexy storyline that will have you hooked and wanting more.
Sex and the Psychic Witch was a very sexy and a delightful read. This was the first book I've read by Annette Blair and it will not be the last. Annette Blair has a great sense of humor and sure knows how to hook a reader into a great story. I look forward to reading the next book in this series. The characters felt so real and I enjoyed this book from the beginning to the end. Ms. Blair now has a spot on my keeper shelf as well as on my auto buy list. I highly recommend this book to those who l ...more
Jul 24, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
"I really hate to tell you this, but you've been shot in the a$$ by a wooden soldier."
Raunchy, romantic fun!
First in a light-hearted trilogy about triplet witches. Followed by Gone with the Witch and Never Been Witched.
Jan 11, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This was a cute little book. It was amusing and enjoyable. I found the plot seriously strained and getting started on the book was a bit jarring. At first I had trouble making out what the hell they were talking about! Also, I didn't think tone was well portrayed. Quite a few times I thought they were making sarcastic remarks, and it was really warnings. So, tone was not easy for me to read in this book. Also, it was very basic, boy meets girl, doesn't want girl, 1 day later boy and girl get mar ...more
Oct 26, 2007 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance
Harmony, one of Victoria's triplet sisters (see above), has found a dress at a rummage sale that gives her a strong vibe, or what she calls a psychic mandate. Her vision shows her a castle where there is darkness. She goes there and finds a sexy owner that hires her to keep the "ghost" quiet so renovations can get underway. The only problem is that this ghost witch may be more powerful than Harmony and her sisters together with their power of three as one. Watch for sequels as the sisters hook u ...more
A bit disappointed with this to be honest. The writing style was not the best, the story seemed too chaotic to follow at times and generally it lacked the depth I usually like in a book and characters. Having said that, it wasn't the worst I've ever read and once you stopped looking for more, it became a quick easy read.

Will probably read the rest of the triplet books but just because I hate not to have closure on a series.

Overall, Not the greatest but the not worst, hence the 3 stars. Worth a r
May 06, 2010 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
What a great story! I'm really enjoying Blair's books on witches and even though they all have witches and the underlying element of true love and happy ever after, each one is special and unique in its own way. Harmony is one of those people who you can tell has a deep and thoughtful character and is at peace with herself, more comfortable in her own skin than you'd think. King is annoying as hell and as harmony says, dense. It takes him forever to finally figure out what he wanted but it was a ...more
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Jul 27, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A great start to the triplets and their stories. Also, a good tie in to the other books by this author. Harmony is a wonderful witch and a great person. She seems very down to earth and charged with energy. I liked his book and can't wait to read about Destiny and Storm's soulmates/great love of their lives. It is nice to see that King's best friends will undoubtedly end up with Destiny and Storm. It ties everything up very nicely. A good job by Annette Blair.
Feb 05, 2013 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
This review is actually for all 3 books in the series. They all sucked withering witch balls. The whole series seemed to be more about sex than anything. I'm not sure if these books are classified as erotica or not, but they should be. The sisters are raunchy and not as funny as the author tried to make them. I'm extremely disappointed; the story lines had a lot of promise but seemed to be written by someone with the mind of a randy 14 year old boy.
Oct 16, 2008 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I really enjoyed this entertaining and lighthearted read, which is Ms. Blair's first book in her Triplet Witch Trilogy. It had a great plot that is fun to read with plenty of sexual attraction, mystery and romance. Even though this is Harmony and King's story, sisters Destiny and Storm meet their future matches with King's friends Aiden and Morgan. The book is full of quirky and lovable characters with loads of fun and witty banter. These witchy women will put a spell on you.

Aug 17, 2009 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Absolute delight and change of pace from the usual dark and gloomy romances. Mind you first chapter took some hard swallowing to get through.

Over all I would say it is like a narrated cheap porno with major blond moments set to raunchy music ending in the last 3rd of the book to Disney music.

Looking into getting other books in this series when in the mood for a light hearted raunchy horizontal hokey-pokey.
Mar 29, 2011 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2012
This is the first book in a trilogy, but it ties into another book written by Annette Blair. The begining of this book was a bit confusing to me, and I wonder if it wouldn't have been so if I had read the other book first. The only other problem that I had, was that at times the book was extremely corny. I do plan on reading the other two books in the trilogy, and who knows, in reading them I might find that I enjoy this one a bit more.
Sep 27, 2008 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Boo this book sucked!! I wanted a paranormal romance since the book I went into get wasn't there so I found this one. I trudged through the book thinking it had to get better but it never did. I think this is part of a series but I never bothered to find out because this was just so horrible. Ack...I was left a little more stupid from reading this.
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