Fool's Gold

Fool s Gold Lily Ivory is a natural witch who was run out of her small West Texas hometown at a young age then traveled the world until she found a safe place to land in San Francisco s Haight Ashbury neighborho

  • Title: Fool's Gold
  • Author: Juliet Blackwell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 216
  • Format: ebook
  • Lily Ivory is a natural witch who was run out of her small West Texas hometown at a young age, then traveled the world until she found a safe place to land in San Francisco s Haight Ashbury neighborhood, where she opened a vintage clothing shop Lily s companion, Oscar, is not a typical witch s familiar for one thing, he s an ancient creature that shape shifts into a poLily Ivory is a natural witch who was run out of her small West Texas hometown at a young age, then traveled the world until she found a safe place to land in San Francisco s Haight Ashbury neighborhood, where she opened a vintage clothing shop Lily s companion, Oscar, is not a typical witch s familiar for one thing, he s an ancient creature that shape shifts into a potbellied pig when around normal human beings.

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    1. Cute short story. I haven't read any of this series yet, but I think I might after reading this. I like magical books and cozy mysteries so it seems like it would be a perfect blend!

    2. This was a silly story, but it entertained me for five minutes. Mostly due to Oscar's off the cuff mentioning of Dionysus. "What, don't you know him?"

    3. I adore Juliet Blackwell’s series and collect them all. I am a pro-book person, with articles about the value of physical literature. I solely patronize that form, urging literature to remain in print. What do you do when work you collect includes an electronic book; available no other way? Obtain a PC application and that ‘e-book’ for free! I don’t think any contents of “Fool’s Gold” were raised in the succeeding novel and could be skipped. However a fan is a fan. Hers is the firs [...]

    4. I loved this book, I read all the books up too this one in two days, and I honestly love this one the most. I really enjoy the others but this one had the best plot and ending.I am still a bit scared of the last chapter of this o book lol. Its super interesting and I love the mystery.

    5. A cute but VERY short story. I mean, Lily could have needed to look for a way to save her familiar for a little longer than two lines (yes, you read that right, lines not pages).Still, it was charming and Oscar-centric, I cannot rate it less than 4 stars.

    6. Took me the longest time to figure out this wasn't a real book. Luckily I was able to download it and read it on the computer. Story 's not too bad - just a retelling of the Midas story.

    7. Such a cute story!! I adore Oscar :) FYI: this is a short story you have to read on iPad or your computer; thought I would save some the confusion I had of why I couldn't find it on my kindle! :)

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