All vanquishing and no play makes for tired, grumpy Charmed
Ones. Paige decides that what they need is a family getaway.
She'd love to explore her witch heritage in Salem, but Phoebe
and Piper vote for a relaxing beach trip. Luckily, Leo points
out, they can do both. They'll spend a day or two in Salem,
then the rest of the time on the beautiful Massachusetts coast...
Mystic Knoll, It seems the girls have gotten a break
from evil - but late flights and wrong directions conspire
to side-track the travellers, and they find themselves hungry,
exhausted, and nowhere near Salem.
happen upon a bed-and-breakfast run by a crotchety old woman
and her strange, shy granddaughter. They're not your typical
innkeepers, and soon Piper, Phoebe, and Paige find that nothing
in this small town is typical. It's all a little... well...
latest book in the Charmed collection is, I'm afraid
to say, wasted on the teenage market. Okay, sorry, I take
that back. What I meant was that it's a shame that this book
is being marketed to the teenage market, because fans of the
series, of any age, will find this enjoyable.
G. Gallagher has a fluid writing style which makes it difficult
to put this book down. Another worthy addition to the range.
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