Maggie continues to learn about being an empath. Maggie is in charge of Enchantment as Liz takes leave to recover from her sister’s death. Maggie witnesses a hostile meeting of teenagers in the store. One buys an expensive clock. Amanda is later found murdered and her Mother asks Maggie to help her save her daughter’s reputation. Maggie with Marcus’s help must find the answer before death finds her. The ending is good and unusual.
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