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Accidentally Engaged

by Mary Carter



      Accidentally Engaged takes you to aáplaceánot many of us have a chance to go, the other side, the side ofá tarot card readers.á Claire hasáknown all her life that she is different and unique. Instead of pushing that part of her to theáside, she has decided to embrace it by making a life for herself reading cards for people, even though heráwhole family thinks of her as a bit of a freak.

The story unfolds when Claire is asked by a co-worker to read the cards of an acquaintance of his... not really, butáClaire doesn't know this at the time.áSo when Claire first meets Rachel Morgan, all Claire can see is a woman who is running away from her fiancÚ for no good reason. Rachel asks Claire to lie about the reading so that she can use that as a way to get out of the commitment to Jack Heron that she has made.

This is a book that makes you wonder just how many people feel the way Rachel feels about a new life choice and how unique individuals like Claire live their day-to-day lives. I found it a refreshing change and recommend it as a light hearted, yet moving story.

The Book

Kensington
March 2007
Paperback
ISBN-10: 0758215398
ISBN-13: 978-0758215390
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The Reviewer

Sandie Vega
Reviewed 2007
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