NEVER BEEN WITCHED
This final installment in the Triplet Witch Trilogy is an interesting and mysterious tale involving ghosts, self-discovery and love, but the main focus is on the virgin hero and the heroine's sexual exploits. A bit of a letdown, it lacks the charm of the first two books and is a bit short on magic.
When Destiny Cartwright plans to spend some time at her brother-in-law's lighthouse, she hopes to discover her goals and the path she should follow to reach them. She doesn't expect to have to share her abode -- and bed -- with paranormal debunker -- and hunk -- Morgan Jarvis. As Destiny gives Morgan proof of her psychic powers, he finds it harder and harder to not believe in her and to not love her. But Morgan has a past he must come to terms with, and Destiny has a future she must embrace before they can share the present together. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Feb., 304 pp., $7.99)