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    The Forgettable Miss French by Kristen Painter

    The Forgettable Miss French by Kristen Painter 3rd in the Shadowvale series. Paranormal romance. A town that hides itself to protect its paranormal residents. The gate decides if it will open for you. If you can find it. I didn’t want to put it down to sleep. The heroine: A curse that makes everyone forget you as soon as you are out of sight. A lonely existence through no fault of your own. I think it would be very difficult not to be depressed all the time. The hero: a werewolf that was hit by lightening and not able to control his wolf form. He’s a famous writer. He moves to Shadowvale to hide and hopefully figure how to get rid of his curse. Maybe the Cursed together can join forces. werewolf problems Excerpt: “Problem was he never knew if he was going to end up a wolf or not. Crazy. He’d never realized he was such a mutt until the lightning strike. Now it was anybody’s guess what he was going to turn into because, apparently, he was cycling through every random bloodline ever introduced into his gene pool. So far, he’d seen himself become a pack’s worth of different wolves, a fox, a coyote, a Siberian husky, and, most curious of all, a beagle. Whichever one of his relatives was responsible for that indiscretion, they had a lot of explaining to do. A lot. It was embarrassing.” Excerpt From The Forgettable Miss French by Kristen Painter
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    The Forgettable Miss French

    As always a wonderful story loved Easy and Ginny their story had me crying but I still couldn't put it down, am so enjoying this series highly recommended
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    the forgettable miss french

    What a incredble joy. Makes me want to move to the wonderful world that kirsten painter has created. Her book alwsys leaves me smiling for weeks.
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