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And It Harm None (Circle of Three Book 13)

by Isobel Bird

"And it harm none, do as you will," so says the ancient wiccan rede. Those who do not heed its words will learn the power of the Law of Three. Annie, Kate, and Cooper uncover what looks like a crime. When they look more closely, it is not. Knowing the Law of Three -- that harm comes back to haunt -- can they still help a friend in need without paying for it themselves?

Blue Moon (Circle of Three Book 7)

by Isobel Bird

Ancient moon, O ageless traveler, sailing on the sea of stars, as once more you come to fullness, turn your shining face to ours. The second full moon of the month--the blue moon--is a time when powers are heightened, with unpredictable results. When Annie attempts the channeling practice called aspecting, she changes into someone Cooper and Kate hardly recognize. Can their combined strength restore Annie's spirit?

The Challenge Box, (Circle of Three Book 14)

by Isobel Bird

Kate, Annie, and Cooper are poised at the brink of Wiccan initiation after a year of intense study. All three girls must choose a final challenge as a Wiccan initiate--will Kate's prove too difficult?

Circle of Three #1: So Mote It Be

by Isobel Bird

Special feature: This PerfectBound e-book contains Part One of an interview with author Isobel Bird. With this ribbon I do bindMy heart to yours and yours to mine.Love, I call you, come to me,As is my will, so mote it be. Kate cast the love spell with results unforeseen.She cannot stop it by herself, but the book of spells tells her of two strangers who can help her -- if only she can find them.

Circle of Three #4: What the Cards Said

by Isobel Bird

Cards of fortune, tell your I story,Answer all I've come to ask let the draw set forth the course of what has been and yet may pass Annie's fascination with Tarot spirals beyond her control when her readings become reality. As if cursed, Annie faces friends Cooper and Kate with this newfound power-a power that threatens the very strength of their Wiccan bond.

Circle of Three #5: In the Dreaming

by Isobel Bird

On the eve of fair midsummer,Longest day and shortest night,Faerie magic, fill these woods,With joyous song and laughter bright.Midsummer's eve finds Kate, Annie, and Cooper celebrating the most joyous sabbat with nature -- and a few not unwelcome strangers. On a night when identities and emotions become tangled and confused under the strange solstice sky, one will be led astray.

Circle of Three #6: Ring of Light

by Isobel Bird

Here within the healing circle,Bathe in the light and pain dispel,All that sickens, all that troubles,Wash away and be made well.Disillusioned, Cooper abandons the Wiccan circle and Kate and Annie are left without her. But when an illness threatens someone close to one of them, Cooper returns. Can the circle, once broken, ever be restored?

Circle of Three #9: Through the Veil

by Isobel Bird

As the year comes to an ending, in the hour'tween old and new, part the veil and let pass the spirits who would travel through. As Annie, Kate, and Cooper prepare for Samhain, or Halloween, they are filled with anticipation. It is a time when the veil between the worlds is thin, and those who have passed into the spirit world may be more easily contacted. Those Annie holds dear dwell behind this veil already-will she find them on this eve of Wiccan celebration?

Circle of Three: Book 8 - The Five Paths

by Isobel Bird

The five-pointed star is the Wiccan symbol of the Spirit, and that's how Cooper wears it. Those not versed in the ways of the Craft find it unsettling...

The Five Paths, (Circle of Three Book 8)

by Isobel Bird

The five-pointed star is the Wiccan symbol of the Spirit, and that's how Cooper wears it. Those not versed in the ways of the Craft find it unsettling, however. Will Cooper, Annie, and Kate be able to withstand the tide of controversy bearing down upon them?

The House of Winter, (Circle of Three Book 11)

by Isobel Bird

Winter's cold and winter's darkness, wraps us in these frozen hours. as the ceaseless wheel turns we call the sun to warm us with its power. Cooper, Annie, and Kate celebrate the winter solstice in true Wiccan spirit. The threesome joins practitioners of the Craft in a remote, haunted house in the wintry mountains. An unexpected blizzard strikes, and the girls cannot resist the lure of the dark house's shrouded mystery.

In the Dreaming (Circle of Three Book 5)

by Isobel Bird

On the eve of fair midsummer, Longest day and shortest night, Faerie magic, fill these woods, With joyous song and laughter bright. Midsummer's eve finds Kate, Annie, and Cooper celebrating the most joyous sabbat with nature -- and a few not unwelcome strangers. On a night when identities and emotions become tangled and confused under the strange solstice sky, one will be led astray.

Initiation, (Circle of Three Book 15)

by Isobel Bird

Tonight you take the last step on Your journey of a year and a day. Welcome home, o new-made witch, And in our circle rest and stay. The joyful culmination of a year and a day's dedication -- Kate, Annie, and Cooper's Wiccan initiation -- brings celebration, an exhilarating ritual, and unexpected choices for the new witches.

Making the Saint, (Circle of Three Book 10)

by Isobel Bird

A mysterious stranger shows Kate, Annie, and Cooper how to connect with the spirit world, but there are alarming effects, especially for Kate when she researches the religion of Santeria and a spirit named Oggun. When Kate's boyfriend and best friend become romantic, Kate uses her new Santerian powers to get even.

Merry Meet, (Circle of Three Book 2)

by Isobel Bird

Joined together hand in hand our circle gathers round, to work our magic, weave the web, and dance on sacred ground. By the goddess we are called, witch to witch and friend to friend, to merry meet, and merry part, and merry meet again. A book of spells brought Kate, Cooper, and Annie together. The three are compelled to learn more, and the door is opened with the stirring ritual of the Vernal Equinox.

Ring of Light, (Circle of Three Book 6)

by Isobel Bird

Here within the healing circle, Bathe in the light and pain dispel, All that sickens, all that troubles, Wash away and be made well. Disillusioned, Cooper abandons the Wiccan circle and Kate and Annie are left without her. But when an illness threatens someone close to one of them, Cooper returns. Can the circle, once broken, ever be restored?

Second Sight (Circle of Three Book 3)

by Isobel Bird

Show me places cloaked in secrets, pierce the gloom of darkest night. Reveal that which has been hidden, Let Me see with second sight. Kate, Annie, and Cooper are Wiccans -- joined by magic bound to nature. Their dreams have turned to visions of a missing girl, calling to them for help....

So Mote It Be, (Circle of Three Book 1)

by Isobel Bird

While doing research for a school paper about witch persecutions, teenaged Kate tries out one of the spells in hopes of making her crush like her. Kate casts the love spell with results unforseen. She cannot stop it by herself, but the book of spells tells her of two strangers who can help her if only she can find them.

Through the Veil, (Circle of Three Book 9)

by Isobel Bird

As the year comes to an ending, in the hour 'tween old and new, part the veil and let pass the spirits who would travel through. As Annie, Kate, and Cooper prepare for Samhain, or Halloween, they are filled with anticipation. It is a time when the veil between the worlds is thin, and those who have passed into the spirit world may be more easily contacted. Those Annie holds dear dwell behind this veil already -- will she find them on this eve of Wiccan celebration?

What the Cards Said (Circle of Three Book 4)

by Isobel Bird

Cards of fortune, tell your story, Answer all I've come to ask, let the draw set forth the course of what has been and yet may pass. Annie's fascination with Tarot spirals beyond her control when her readings become reality. As if cursed, Annie faces friends Cooper and Kate with this newfound power--a power that threatens the very strength of their Wiccan bond.

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