Series: Sisters of the Sun

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The Sun Witch (Fyne Witches, Book 1) by Linda Winstead Jones1
The Moon Witch (Fyne Witches, Book 2) by Linda Winstead Jones2
The Star Witch (Fyne Witches, Book 3) by Linda Winstead Jones3

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  1. Prince of Magic (Children of the Sun, Book 1) by Linda Winstead Jones (2007)
  2. Goddess of the Sea (Goddess Summoning, Book 1) by P. C. Cast (2003)
  3. Forbidden Magic by Cheyenne McCray (2005)
  4. Oceans of Fire by Christine Feehan (2005)
  5. Sex And The Psychic Witch by Annette Blair (2007)
  6. Playing With Fire by Gena Showalter (2006)
  7. Predestined by R. Garland Gray (2005)
    Same series: Fey Born (Faery Faith)
  8. The Kitchen Witch by Annette Blair (2004)
  9. Witch Fire by Anya Bast (2007)
  10. Master of the Night by Angela Knight (2004)
  11. Embrace the Twilight by Maggie Shayne (2003)
  12. Strange Brews by Stobie Piel (2005)
  13. Heart of the Dragon by Gena Showalter (2005)
  14. The Stone Prince by Gena Showalter (2004)
  15. Dark Moon by Lori Handeland (2005)

Series description

The first trilogy in the Fyne Witches series. Sophie, Juliet, and Isadora are sister witches who are struggling to break a curse that will kill their true loves at age 30.

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