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Maggie O'Neill needs to activate her personal charms-mystical and otherwise-while investigating the loss of life of 1 of her shoppers from the old store, Enchantments.
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I know it scares you. You're still new to all this. " His eyes were so soft and gentle that I could feel the anxiety easing, just a bit. I licked my lips. "I'm not sure I'm ready, Marcus. " "Well… yes. " A mysterious and somehow reassuring smile curved his lips. "Anything is possible. I believe that. " Did I? " "Well, then. " He let go of my hand and leaned back in his seat again, almost languidly. " I hesitated. It took everything I had in me to nod. " It wasn't so bad, right? I had until tomorrow night to muster my courage.
Streetlamps burned brightly against the shifting shadows, but if not for the Christmas lights twinkling cheerily within storefront windows, the hollow feeling that tugged at my insides when I looked out at the street would have been much worse. I pulled the cafe curtains that closed off the window displays from the rest of the store and felt a bit less vulnerable. What I really needed was time to center myself, to focus my thoughts and energies, a little meditation in a safe place. The loft called to me, but I dismissed the notion out of hand.
Eviedidn't seem to know much about the subject, and she wasn't the type of girl to lie. By way of omission, sure—she was a kid, after all—but other than that, I just didn't think so. Not about something like this. On the other hand, I wondered how muchTara was privy to what was going on in Sunny Stony Mill. More than was healthy for a high school girl, for sure. Determined to get to the bottom of it one way or the other, I unplugged the phone and plugged in the computer's modem cord, powered up the laptop, then rotated the whole thing inEvie's direction.