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  Table of Contents

  Chapter One

  Chapter Two

  Chapter Three

  Chapter Four

  Chapter Five

  Chapter Six

  Chapter Seven

  Chapter Eight

  Chapter Nine

  Chapter Ten

  Chapter Eleven

  Chapter Twelve

  Chapter Thirteen

  Chapter Fourteen

  Chapter Fifteen

  Chapter Sixteen

  Chapter Seventeen

  Chapter Eighteen

  Chapter Nineteen


  Robyn’s Book List

  Three’s A Charm

  Magic and Mayhem, Book Six

  Robyn Peterman

  Copyright © 2018 by Robyn Peterman

  All rights reserved.

  No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means, including information storage and retrieval systems, without written permission from the author, except for the use of brief quotations in a book review.

  This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, businesses, companies, events, or locales is coincidental.

  This book contains content that may not be suitable for young readers 17 and under.

  Cover by Rebecca Poole of dreams2media

  Edited by Meg Weglarz

  Created with Vellum


  Books In This Series

  What Others Are Saying


  Chapter 1

  Chapter 2

  Chapter 3

  Chapter 4

  Chapter 5

  Chapter 6

  Chapter 7

  Chapter 8

  Chapter 9

  Chapter 10

  Chapter 11

  Chapter 12

  Chapter 13

  Chapter 14

  Chapter 15

  Chapter 16

  Chapter 17

  Chapter 18

  Chapter 19


  Note From The Author

  Check Out The Magic and Mayhem Kindle World


  How To Train A Witch

  Robyn’s Book List

  About Robyn Peterman

  Books In This Series

  Switching Hour

  Witch Glitch

  A Witch In Time

  Magically Delicious

  A Tale Of Two Witches

  Three’s A Charm

  What Others Are Saying

  “If Amy Schumer and Janet Evanovitch had a baby, it would be Robyn Peterman!”

  ~Dakota Cassidy

  USA Today Best Selling Author

  “Funny, fast-paced, and filled with laugh-out-loud dialogue. Robyn Peterman delivers a sidesplitting, sexy tale of powerful witches and magical delights. I devoured it in one sitting!”

  ~Ann Charles

  USA Today Bestselling Author

  of the Deadwood Humorous Mystery Series


  The Magic and Mayhem Series is a delight to write. However, writing the story is only part of the journey to getting the book published. There are many people to thank and I’m a lucky girl to have such a talented and wonderful support system.

  Rebecca Poole—your covers are as brilliant as you are. Thank you.

  Meg Weglarz—your editing always makes me look better than I am. Thank you.

  Donna McDonald—a gal couldn’t ask for a tougher, brilliant and more awesome critique partner. Thank you.

  Wanda and Susan—you are the best-est beta readers in the world. Thank you.

  Wanda—you rock hard. Thank you, thank you and thank you again.

  My family—none of this would be worth it without you. Thank you for being mine. I adore you.


  For Stephanie.

  You have brought my warped imagination to life.

  I adore you.

  Chapter One

  “Would you rather eat a vat of salad dressing or six rolls of toilet paper?” Sassy asked as she dusted off her broom in anticipation of our afternoon excursion.

  “Can I soak the toilet paper in water first?”

  Sassy tilted her head and considered the request. “Yes, that would be okay I suppose.”

  “What kind of salad dressing?” I inquired as I shoved my profane and socially unacceptable familiar off the sofa.

  The obese furry butthole had been sharpening his claws on my leather couch. My choices were to declaw him, de-hair him or shove his enormous kitty butt off of it. I went for the kindest of the three. He landed with a thud and a string of swear words that made me grin.

  “Miracle Whip,” Sassy answered.

  “That’s mayonnaise.”

  “Noooo, Zelda. The jar says salad dressing. Jars don’t lie,” she informed me.

  “Umm, okay… but when you say salad dressing, I think of French or Italian.”

  Sassy’s massive eye roll alerted me that something appalling was about to leave her mouth. She rarely disappointed.

  “Listen, little missy, we’re playing ‘Would You Rather’. I asked you if you would rather eat a vat of salad dressing or six rolls of toilet paper. I did not ask you if you wanted to eat a country. Countries are entirely too big to eat. Period.”

  “I said French or Italian,” I repeated.

  “I heard you,” she shot back, waving the bushy end of her broom at me. “French and Italian are full of people and cars and shopping malls. It would be impossible to eat them. The game has to be real. You feel me?”

  “Youse want me to gag her or blast her ass out da front door, Doll Face?” Fat Bastard asked, leg perched high over his head without even looking up from his morning nad cleanse.

  I actually considered it for a brief moment and then sadly shook my head. While Sassy had come a long way, she was still sorely lacking in the brains department.

  “Youse is losing your touch, Zelda,” Fat Bastard pointed out as he took a quick break from his rank habit. “If youse ain’t gonna zap her, youse gotta call her something rude.”

  “You’re correct. Suggestions?”

  “Lumpy Bulge Spasm gots a nice ring to it,” Fat Bastard announced and then went back to his slurpy routine.

  “That’s almost as disgusting as you are,” I told him, trying not to laugh.

  “Thanks, Sweet Cheeks. I got tons of ‘em—Trashy Weiner Buccaneer, Crusty Turd Juggler, Rusty Ass Pixie…”

  “Stop,” I shouted. “I’m gonna have to go back to my idiot therapist, Roger the rabbit, to get my brain wiped if you keep that shit up.”

  “One more?” Fat Bastard pleaded with an evil little smirk on his kitty face.




  “Steamy Ass Demon,” he grunted and then hauled ass out of the room at warp speed—amazing for an animal as rotund as he was.

  “Your cat is a Dumbass Dong Gremlin,” Sassy said, grinning from ear to ear.

  “I’d have to go for Ball Licking Foul-Mouthed Douche Canoe,” I replied.

  Sassy’s laugh bounced through the room and I giggled. She drove me all kinds of crazy, but she was loyal to a fault even if she did pilfer my belongings every now and then.

  Our introduction to each other had been under less than auspicious circumstances. We’d both been doing time in the magical big house for misuse of our power among other infractions. I swore to the Godde
ss that once I got sprung from the pokey I would avoid her like the plague. However, the grand plan of life didn’t exactly work out that way.

  Nope, here I was in Assjacket, West Virginia happier than I’d ever been in my entire life—a fact that gave me nightmares occasionally. I had Mac, my mate—the most gorgeous werewolf on the planet and we had two perfectly beautiful twin babies, Audrey and Henry. I was terrified I’d blow out puppies due to the fact that I was in a cross-species relationship, but thank the Goddess I didn’t. All of the violent threats I’d made to Mac’s man bits were for naught—which is a good thing. I loved his man bits.

  My job as the Shifter Whisperer, or Shifter Wanker as I preferred, kept me busy because Shifters were extremely fucking accident-prone. I complained constantly so my reputation as an uncaring, materialistic witch stayed secure, but sadly it was being systematically shredded. Everyone thought I was nice and good and kind. It was freakin’ horrible.

  Glancing down at her phone, Sassy gasped and then laughed. “Zelda, we have a problem.”

  “Don’t you mean, Houston?” I shot back with a grin.

  She stared at me blankly and then narrowed her eyes.

  “When did you change your name to Houston and why didn’t I know about it?” Sassy demanded.

  I sighed and sat on my hands so I didn’t zap her bald. “I didn’t. I was referring to Apollo 13.”

  “I just learned French,” Sassy hissed. “I do not know Chinese. If you don’t speak English, I’m gonna have to wax you.”

  With a flick of my fingers, I duct taped her mouth shut. The old me would have given her a massive wart in the middle of her face and turned her hair green. Goddess in gaucho pants, I was losing my touch. Fat Bastard was correct and it made me itchy.

  Deciding to make her bowlegged if she rode my nerves even an inch farther, I removed the tape—with my hands. It was far more dramatic.

  “Motherhumper on a unicycle,” Sassy grunted. “I was joking. I wouldn’t wax you. If I did, I’d live in fear the rest of my life waiting for your retribution.”

  “You just spoke Chinese,” I pointed out.

  “I did?” she asked, confused but clearly impressed with herself.

  “Yep. Now what’s the problem?”

  She handed me her phone and I scanned the text quickly. What the ever-loving hell?

  “No,” I said. “I’m not healing that.”

  “Don’t you have to?” she asked, wincing as she reread the text over my shoulder.

  “I fix wounds. I don’t heal stupidity. I’m not a miracle worker. I’m a witch,” I snapped. “Plus I have to take on the pain of the dumbasses when I heal them. I have no intention of taking that on.”

  “Don’t you mean patient?

  “Same thing.”

  “Right,” Sassy said, with a nod of understanding. “That’s why you gave me a frozen bag of veggies after the tragedy of my Brazilian.”

  Rolling my head to relieve tension and the desire to blow both Sassy and Assjacket off the face of the planet, I nodded. I didn’t trust anything nice to leave my lips, so I opted for silent communication. My maturity appalled me.

  “Do you think it will heal on its own?” she asked, trying not to laugh.

  “Don’t know. Don’t care. I didn’t sign up for shit like this.”

  “Did you actually sign up at all?”

  “No,” I shouted. “I did not sign up for this. I was blackmailed into it by Baba Yobuttinski, our fashion disaster of a boss.”

  “Not to mention your dad’s girlfriend,” Sassy reminded me as if I needed a reminder.

  “Do you hate me?” I asked with fingers twitching to give her a permanent Mohawk. However, the fact that my dad was dating the worst dressed and bossiest witch in existence wasn’t Sassy’s fault. At all.

  “Umm… no.”

  “Just checking,” I replied. “Because only mortal enemies who want to be bald would mention the gag-inducing fact that my Fabdudio is shagging Baba Yostuckintheeighties.”

  “My bad,” Sassy said quickly while checking to make sure she still had hair. “Won’t mention it again.”

  We both sat in silence after my outburst and stared at the offending text.

  “He seems pretty desperate,” Sassy pointed out. “He even offered to send a picture.”

  My gag reflex kicked in and I wiggled my fingers, blowing Sassy’s phone into oblivion. Goddess that felt good. “Well, now he can’t. Problem solved.”

  “That was my phone,” Sassy said.

  “Yep,” I said as my hair began to blow wildly around my head and my body began to glow. “Your point?”

  “Umm, no point,” she said, backing away and getting under my coffee table.

  “Grab your broom,” I instructed as I conjured up a broom for myself.

  We didn’t need brooms to fly, but Sassy loved riding hers so I thought I’d give it a try. I knew we’d look like idiots zooming through the air on cleaning apparatuses, but I figured it would alarm the dumbass we were going to visit. We didn’t need wands or any of the other witchy crap from fairy tales. The Goddess blessed us with our magic and it came from within.

  “You’re gonna ride a broom?” Sassy asked, delighted.

  “I’m gonna ride a broom,” I confirmed. “It’s all about the entrance and we’re going to make a memorable one.”

  “Where are we going?”

  “We’re going to pay Roger, the horny, jackhole, porn-loving, idiot rabbit a visit.”

  “Holy shit,” she gasped out, trying not to laugh. “For real?”

  “Yep, let me just leave Mac a quick note. He took Henry and Audrey to our secret garden. He thinks they might shift soon and doesn’t want them to tear the house up.”

  “I thought they didn’t shift till they were older.”

  “They’re… unique,” I said with a grin and a shake of my head. “My babies are one… I mean, two of a kind.”

  And that was an understatement. The Goddess had gifted my children with powers I couldn’t yet comprehend. I was still working on my mom skills since I’d had the world’s suckiest maternal parental unit. At least I’d found my dad, even though I’d accidentally run him over with my car when we first met—hence my stay in the pokey.

  Anyhoo, if their wet kisses and constant smiles were anything to go by, my kids loved me. And Goddess knew I loved them. I loved them with every fiber of my being.

  However, I didn’t love Roger the rabbit at this moment in time. And he was about to catch wind of that little fact.

  Chapter Two

  Riding a broom sucked ass.

  It was uncomfortable and hard to stay upright on it. I’d flown upside down for a good fifteen minutes of our trip, much to Sassy’s delight. She’d laughed so hard I’d had no choice but to turn half of her blonde hair blue. It was the least evil thing I could think of with all the blood in my body residing in my brain due to my being head down and legs in the air. Thank the Goddess I wasn’t going commando today.

  “Will this wash out?” Sassy asked, pulling on her curls as we approached the town.

  “Nope,” I replied, scanning the crowd below and gripping the broom so hard I was sure it would crack in half. I was just hoping for a landing that didn’t give me a concussion.

  Our town, if you could call it that, consisted of Main Street. The town square was dominated by a cement statue of a bear missing one side of his head. The rest of the block included a barbershop, hardware store, gas station, diner, a few other rundown buildings, and a mom and pop grocery store.

  It was a total dump and that suited the Shifters of Assjacket just fine. Humans drove right through the dilapidated town without a backward glance. Inside the ramshackle structures, everything was pure enchantment. Everything from the Assjacket Diner to my idiot therapist Roger the rabbit’s office was charming and lovely behind the broken down exteriors. The town was a massive sleight of hand, so to speak. It was a testament to the brilliance of my friends since the Shifters and witches lived ver
y public yet secret lives.

  The square was packed. Apparently, all of Assjacket was concerned about Roger’s problem and had turned up for the show… or showdown to be more accurate.

  “Incoming,” Sassy shrieked as we swooped into the crowd of Shifters staring in horror at Roger’s malady.

  “Motherfucker in a tutu,” I grunted as I slammed into the backside of my dear friend Simon the skunk and sent him flying into the cement bear. The gasps from the crowd at my horrifying arrival weren’t quite the reaction I was going for, but at least I hadn’t killed myself or anyone else. I called it a win.

  “Simon, you okay?” I asked as I flicked my fingers and burned my broom to a crisp. I was never riding that stupid stick again.

  “I’m good,” he said, jogging over and giving me a hug. “A little surprised, but fine.”

  Heaving out a sigh of relief, I hugged him back. He’d been one of my first friends when I’d arrived in Assjacket and I adored him. I’d feel awful if I’d damaged him—not to mention he tended to blow off stinkers when he was alarmed.

  Air was clear. Simon was fine. Broom was incinerated. However, there was still an issue.

  “It’s bad,” Wanda the raccoon Shifter whispered, trying with all her might not to grin.

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