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Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Mar 07, Michelle Fritz PA rated it it was amazing. What a gorgeous and spellbinding boxed edition cover!!! This series is one that will pull you away for hours at a time! The characters will both enchant and frustrate you. Find eyebrow raising spells and true love within these pages.
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They are in charge of all the magical, and they do assign destiny. They're also judge, jury and executioner. But they're nutty, and they finish each other's thoughts. In fact, they speak in a particular order and never vary from it.
I thought briefly of writing their romance trilogy, and then decided that I'm just not up to writing about women who do everything together. I worried that the unity might also involve their romances. I like writing off-beat stuff, but these novels are sweet romances meaning they have little or no sex on stage and dealing with continual threesomes—make that six-somes—really isn't what the Grayson romances are all about.
I figured I could write that. Someone needed to rescue the Fates. And that someone—well, those someones—belong to the Kinneally family. Yep, I decided to do a traditional romance trilogy about a nontraditional group of people. The Kinneallys all have magic but don't realize it, at least at first.
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Because, as I thought about who might rescue the Fates, I defaulted. My childhood heroes came from comic books, so our first rescuer is the person on whom Siegel and Shuster based Superman. Not Superman, but his template. Don't worry: he's not an alien. But he is magical. And he got in trouble with the Fates long ago. Writers aren't supposed to have a favorite hero, but he's one of mine. I'd be happy to meet Dexter Grant on my darkest day; I know he'd rescue me in a heartbeat.
Of course, he wouldn't notice me. He only has eyes for Vivian Kinneally, who has just moved to Portland, Oregon, where he lives. The Fates find Vivian, hoping she can help them. She doesn't even know who they are. So they send her to Dexter.
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He knows them, and hates them…and that's only the beginning of Simply Irresistible. In Absolutely Captivated , Travers Kinneally and his son Kyle need to transport the Fates to the next part of their journey. Like all people in trouble in American fiction, the Fates need the help of a good private eye. Travers expects to drop the Fates off at Zoe Sinclair's office; instead, he falls in love. I have to say, my favorite character in this novel isn't human.
It's Bartholomew, the dachshund with dreams of grandeur. Sometimes I have no idea where my brain will take me. The final hero the Fates need is the oldest of the group. Only no one can go through life these days being called Robin Hood. Although the name Rob Chapeau should probably be a bit of a clue.
This man's been mourning his true love for centuries.
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He truly needs to talk to someone about it, and that someone is Megan Kineally. But Megan, a psychologist, won't take him on as a client because of the attraction between them. Not that he wants therapy. She's gets involved in the mess with the Fates because her nephew Kyle asks for her help. The fact that she falls in love along the way is a bonus. Those are only some of the events in Totally Spellbound. I can't tell you what's happening to the Fates there because that would be spoilery, and that's the last thing you want from an introduction into three books about the Fates.