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  • Hexes and Vexes

    If you haven't figured it out yet, 'Hexes and Vexes' is book one of Laura Greenwood and Arizona Tape's new series, "Amethyst's Wand Shop Mysteries". I'm chuckling the entire time I'm trying to write this review. It's a mystery that contains so much humor. Amethyst is a witch and her familiar, because all witches have them, is a gargoyle. Then there's Detective Ambrose. When these two get together the interaction is GREAT! I don't want to give anything away because I know you'll truly enjoy this one but know I recommend it wholeheartedly.

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  • Awesome Mystery !!

    Amethyst (“Amy”), a wand-maker, is not having the best of days as a customer screams in her face about wanting a refund. He knew the rules, it was even in writing on the receipt, but he was obnoxious. Finally she just gave him some cash and ordered him out. Ready to close for the rest of the day, she forgot to lock the door and a mage walked in. Mages didn’t use wands, so why is he here? Detective Ambrose of the Paranormal Police Department introduced himself. She was trying to give him a hard time, enjoying the little bits of irritation she saw. Then to her surprise, he asked for her help in a matter-of-fact voice that grated on her nerves. Her snarky attitude makes him growl, which delights her. His open frustration is a challenge to her. Talking about staffs and wood gives her so much material to work with, but she already knows he doesn’t appreciate her puns. And as she keeps giggling to herself, he tells her she is strange which she happily acknowledges. She didn’t appreciate when he tested her skills over information the police lab already provided to him. But at least now he knew she was the real deal and knew what she was talking about. She was able to answer his REAL question immediately, but he refused further offers despite her wanting to go along and continue to help. But he has intrigued her. This is not over for her! Is she ready to use her skills to catch the killer before someone else dies? How far will Ambrose go to stop her? Amy makes herself invaluable to the case because she most certainly knows wands! As she questions her competition about the wand she just identified for Ambrose, the Detective walks in behind her, unhappy that she is questioning Elmer! It becomes easier for Ambrose to let her work with him rather than have her go off on her own again. And he’s not such a bad guy once you get to know him. She will at least keep him on his toes! I loved this awesome story! Ambrose and Amy are hilarious together. She loves taunting him and she does it so well. The puns are great and Amy is just so perky and alive, she puts a smile on the reader’s face… not so much on everyone else who knows her. Grab your copy and enjoy a well-written truly unique story that will keep the reader coming back for more!

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  • An odd Sherlock and Watson duet

    Amy (a witch and wandmaker) team up with Ambrose (an detective and a mage) for one of PPD cases. They are the opposites in all, but during the investigation, their colaboration became better and they seem to work together quite well. They became friends, and even some sparks flew - quite normal for magic been involved.... I love Amy - with her witt and quirks, such a hilarious character. And can’t wait to read about their next case together! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • A Quirky and Witty Paranormal Crime Mystery

    Amethyst and Ambrose are quite the crime-solving get pair. She is the quirky witch who is smarter and more capable than she thinks. He is the stoic detective who is a stickler for rules, her not so much. They partner up to solve the murder of a beloved member of the witch community. It turns out to be quite a mystery to solve. What keeps you reading is their back and forth banter that is both witty and revealing. They keep the story progressing and even made me chuckle out loud a few times. Hexes and Vexes (Amethyst's Wand Shop Mysteries #1) is the first book in this series. It is a great start and has me already looking for the next book in the series, Witches and Stitches. It seems that the books may be standalone. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • An easy read

    I found it to be slightly wooden, not cozy or overly exciting. Not my taste.

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