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  • PWziti ely swindled

    So muchfun i loved it Can't waite for the nex book!

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  • What a great read!!!

    Thoroughly enjoyed this book. Loved Amber and her small town. The book grabbed me from the first chapter and truthfully I couldn’t put it down. I can’t wait for the next book! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Lots Going on Here

    Here we have a situation that could end up with more far-reaching dreadful consequences than just a cursed family’s reputation. Amber Blackwood lives in Edgehill. She is a witch who recently found her parents’ grimoires and the powerful time spells they contained. The evil Penhallow clan’s magic has been cursed, so they have been relentlessly looking for those grimoires so they can travel back in time and prevent their clan’s cursed magic. If they succeed, their interference could change history! Going to the neighboring town of Marbleglen looking for a safe hiding place for the books, Amber gets caught up in a murder investigation. She had met another witch there, Simon, who is arrested for murdering Chief Jameson. Simon’s daughter, Bianca, a “frenemy” rival on the opposing Festival Committee, asks for Amber’s help. Simon had called Bianca the night of the Chief’s party and murder to tell her he thought he had been drugged. They wanted Amber’s help because her dad knew she had “memory magic” and there is a black hole in his mind from about 9 p.m. until 1 a.m., when he woke up in the back of a cop car. Amber has to find the real murderer to exonerate Simon who is obviously being framed. Who could have murdered the Chief? And why? The book is well-written with engaging characters and a great mystery with lots of suspects! Join Amber in tracking down the guilty party and finding justice for the victim! And will she find a good place to safely hide her grimoires?

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  • Things Get Really Interesting For Amber

    Amber and the Here and Meow committee need to work with Marbleglen committee, it doesn't go over very well. Amber is also working on her magic with Edgar, he is training her to hide the grimoires. Things are awkward with Jack, since he remembers everything that happened. Edgar has Amber looking for a magic cache, turns out she finds a witch in Marbleglen. She goes to the his house, they have a lovely conversation. He brings up his daughter, she is no other than the woman that gave her committee a hard time, Bianca. She shows up at her father's house, Amber takes that as her time to leave. Amber gets a call from Bianca, saying her father was arrested for killing the sheiff of their town. She tells him that he was drunk and doesn't remember that time. He requests her help in trying to remember. At first Amber declines to get involved, than everything changes. She also has to worry about what Connor is really up to. And what is going on with the PenHallows as well Things are really ramping for Amber, with her helping solving crimes, learning her magic, opening herself up. She is even meeting more witches. The only thing I am not to keen on is Edgar/ Kim, just seems to be a standard in books anymore. Would to see a new character for him. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • There's no place like home.

    So many books are so short these days. It makes the reader start to feel like what happened to all the really good authors? I know they are out there, but not nearly as many as there used to be. This book is incredibly written and so insightful. The reader can easily envision this world and the characters. You feel so fully pulled into it that it feels very real. As a member of the "older adult" crowd, I find myself feeling drawn to this genre of magic and the way it mixes with the "normies". I especially love that this book happens to focus on geocaching as well as magic. Two of my faves in one book, you can't get any better than that! Or can you? I look forward to reading more from this wonderfully gifted author. What an excellent story teller!

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