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Lucy is seventeen when she discovers that she is the latest recipient of a generations old family curse that requires her to complete three seemingly impossible tasks or risk falling into madness and passing the curse on to the next generation Unlike her ancestors though Lucy has family friends and other modern resources to help her out But will it be enough to conquer this age old evil? A beautifully wrought modern fairy tale from master storyteller and award winning author Nancy Werlin Inspired by the classic folk ballad Scarborough Fair this is a wonderfully riveting and haunting novel of suspense romance and fantasy


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    OK so I read this bizarre interview over on Teen Reads where I thought Nancy Werlin was a certified kook sort of made me want to read it because I knew I'd hate it I realize there is something wrong with me to have these sorts of thoughts When I arrived home that night I discovered I had an ARC of the book I must have grabbed at the Book Expo Onto reading I went Surprise me kooky lady Make this book actually GOODSorry Nancy did not surprise me This is basically sort of like Magic or Madness but not as well written and without the ADORABLE Geez Larbalestier brings the adorableNOTES1 Ohhhhmigosh high doesn't mean drinking from a flask writer lady It means HIGH as in DRUGS2 I should really have stopped reading this book because I found it irritating and not very good but the story itself according to the back cover and that interview I read was so intriguing to me again in a very Magic's Child way that I kept going Masochist? Perhaps3 Many random scattered sloppy POVs All read in the same voice4 Taking a page out of the Stephenie Meyer book of how to not write anything too challenging lazy Werlin had lots of key scenes happen offscreen5 Did you know marriage is LITERALLY HOLY? Even when you are teenagers only getting married to do some legal loopholey shit to prepare for the Elfin Knight to try to use magic rape on your unborn child in the future? WELL NOW YOU DO6 I hate Mary Sues forever and ever7 Hey did you also know if you have any problems with your inlaws a baby will magically fix all of them? It's a really great lesson for girls whose boyfriends' parents don't like them much8 I swear there's a scene where a dude acts jealous of a mannequin and then gets an erection unrelated9 This quote about marriage which I will just type out for you He felt animal He felt mated10 Totally also must have read Breaking Dawn because a character who had no desire for a baby AND WHO TALKED HYPOTHETICALLY ABOUT ENCOURAGING SOMEONE ELSE TO GET AN ABORTION is all nooooooo I could never get rid of my unborn child even though I am only seventeen and got magic raped by the Elfin Knight and I could end this whole frigging family curse by a TOTALLY LEGAL MEDICAL PROCEDUREI'm gonna have to read a shitload of Meg Cabot to get over this one