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Publisher's Summary

Marriage counselor Nancy Werlock didn't want to take over the family business. Unfortunately for her, fate and a bunch of conniving spirits have other plans. Now, Nancy finds herself fumbling through exorcisms and training an apprentice - for Werlock women, the family business is demonology. At the Three Wishes Boutique, the customer may not always be right, but he may be possessed.

The complete first season is available as a bundle as Nancy Werlock's Diary: Season One. This is episode seven of the series, which includes three short stories:

"Being Human": Nancy finally confronts Lee regarding what transpired in the barn and triggers an unexpected response out of the demon.

"In the Cards": Anastasia's tarot card readings prove to be uncomfortably accurate when one of Nancy's regular customers dies shortly after a reading.

"A Clean Sweep": The Flugalmorph Agency sends a representative to interview Nancy regarding her Brownie needs, while Houston gets the bright idea that what Nancy really needs to do is take on an arcane exchange student.

©2014 Julie Ann Dawson (P)2015 Julie Ann Dawson

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