Victoria Cartwright has the magic of her ancestors flowing through her veins. Unfortunately, she doesn’t believe in it. When she inherits the key to an antique wardrobe passed down from generations of women in her family, Victoria begins to wonder if the family legends are true. The wardrobe can only be opened by the daughter who has inherited the magic, the power, only she will be able to turn the key, meet her destiny and finally complete her ancestor’s spell. As far as Victoria is concerned she has enough real worries to deal with without adding unknown destinies, magic spells, or carousel unicorns.
Scottish laird Rory Mackenzie is searching for the carousel unicorn carved by his great-grandfathers. He believes his forefather was bewitched into giving it to his ex-fiancé. The Mackenzies have searched for the missing piece that completes the zodiac figures themed carousel. The unicorn with the symbol of Aquarius beneath its forelock is the one thing village locals believe will restore prosperity to their town. Bringing the carousel unicorn back to the village will restore the Mackenzie's good name and satisfy the locals.
The Scot, the Witch and the Wardrobe, the final book in the Accidental Witch trilogy winds up this enchanting series with a sprinkling of moon dust and star shine. Annette Blair has the power to conjure up romantic tales that fascinate and engage with a wiggle of her magic pen. I loved each of the other books in the series (The Kitchen Witch and My Favorite Witch) so it was great to see the other couples again. Victoria and Rory strike sparks off one another from the get go and it was great to see. Sweet and romantic with just enough fire to warm your cauldron, The Scot, the Witch and the Wardrobe is a keeper.