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The Fae of Calaveras County #1 – Small Town Witch by Kirsten S. Walker

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Rosamunde is a teen witch living in Madrone, a small town in Northern California with more than its share of magical creatures.

Her mother, the town’s only other witch, is overprotective and won’t teach her any of the more powerful spells.

How far is her mother willing to go to keep her teenage daughter safe?

Rosa begins to feel like her mom is holding her back from more than just her spellcasting.

With the help of a mischievous kitsune, the shy human daughter of a vampire, two supportive faeriekin and a mysterious man with many names, she will go on an adventure to find the extent of her mother’s influence over her entire family and the strength to stand against it.

Can she survive the journey that will take her through the Veil to the Realm of Faery?

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Small-Witch-Calaveras-County-ebook/dp/B00CLZD3H4/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1371132791&sr=1-1&keywords=kristen+s.+walker

http://www.amazon.com/Small-Witch-Calaveras-County-ebook/dp/B00CLZD3H4/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1371132791&sr=1-1&keywords=kristen+s.+walker

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