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Fool's Gold characters Ö 104 Ú 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 thingLily 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. 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

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Place to land in San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury neighborhood where she opened a vintage clothing shop Lily’s companion Oscar is not a t. 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 first electronic book I have ever readI love Juliet’s work ahead of most but don’t mind admitting that I have loathed Oscar from the beginning A story like this that features him is not ideal for me He ruins the mature old soul feeling these books would otherwise have and reduces wonderfully atmospheric moments into silliness Nonetheless Juliet's research natural dialogue well paced writing and creative ambiance are excellent For all of the entertainment she brings me through her talent she has to have four stars A Vision In Velvet is about Oscar being absent and almost wholly proceeded without him; my dream for this series Despite this little vignette’s independence from the succeeding stories I’m glad I took an electronic leap and read it Reading everything a favourite author writes is worth it Many of the legends with whom I grew up have already left their legacies Oscar makes a greedy deal with a Midas euivalent The conseuences of course weren’t fathomed by him You cannot eat sleep or do anything if all tactile contact causes objects to become golden As ancient and savvy as he is supposed to be; of course he relies on Lily Ivory to dream up a solution for his complicated peril and save him I nevertheless appreciate the bonus

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Fool's GoldYpical witch’s familiar – for one thing he’s an ancient creature that shape shifts into a potbellied pig when around normal human bein. Foolish Oscar