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C.B. Stone

This sounds like a fun read!

Simone Misteloy

Utterly charming tale of a young enchantress who doubts her abilities. Then one day she encounters a talking ferret who she later learns is a handsome young man transformed by a witch's curse. After capturing a fleeting glance of what he really looks like she is smitten but does she have what it takes to help her young man?

Alison Stuart

A crazy kingdom, a talking ferret who may just be a gorgeous guy, magic and mayhem. A wonderful story for the Young at Heart (as well as the YA reader in your life)

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The Summer of Shambles - Ondine Book #1 (full and complete novel with no cliffhangers)

Dropping out of Psychic Summercamp, 15-year-old Ondine is shocked when her pet ferret Shambles starts talking - in a cheeky Scottish accent no less! He is in fact a young man trapped in a witch's curse. When he briefly transforms into his human self, Ondine is smitten. If only she can break the spell for good, Shambles can be handsomely human on a full-time basis.

During the summer, these two misfits uncover a plot to assassinate a member of the royal family and discover a secret treasure that has remained hidden for decades. This attracts the attention of the arrogant Lord Vincent, and Ondine can't help being drawn in by his bad-boy charm.

With so many demands on Ondine's attentions - and affections - normal has never seemed so far away.