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    excellent book

    This is a great series and this book is awesome. Zoe and company are wonderful characters and the story always intrigues me and keeps me guessing as to who is the culprit. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Head Witch

    The saga of Zoe Clarke takes back up with her after she wins the seat on the Witches counsel. Life is never boring when reading the latest happenings involving the village of Moon Grove. Luna is still as snarky, Grandma is still a sweet heart, Beau has been keeping a secret and the town will face great change. This book took a more serious and sinister turn but it was really great reading to the end. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    New head witch

    Zoe won the election and is the new head witch of Moon Grove. Just when you think she's finally going to catch a break council members start disappearing. Now Zoe needs to put her investigative journalist skills to work again and find out what's going on. Vampires and Vanishings is book six and a great addition to the Magic & Mystery series.
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    A Rough Beginning

    Now that Zoe Clarke has beaten out some of the most powerful political families in Moon Grove by winning the election for Head Witch, one of the town’s highest positions, she is facing even more resistance from those who want to see her fail. After a couple of people at the meeting congratulated her, Heath Highmore, the Head Warlock, called the special meeting to order. He told them the vampires had reorganized and their newest leader is Julien Delroy. The other council members looked concerned, but Zoe didn’t know him. Where they used to have a monarchy, the vampires abolished that and Julien Delroy was their first President – whose first act was to demand the Council be expanded to include other community representatives from every paranormal species in town. Before they could vote on how to handle this, the guard at the door said that Mr. Delroy and his friends were there to address the Council! In an arrogant tone, he gave them one week to vote on expanding the Council, and Heath agreed because Julien had already told the people the vote would be taken by then. Grandma Elle, Zoe’s secretary in her new position, told her the Moon Grove Messenger called and the reporter who replaced her wanted an interview with her. He was enthusiastic and easy to talk to. Then Zoe headed out for dinner with Beau and his parents, with her gargoyle guard stomping along behind her. When the Council was getting seated for the vote on the paranormal communities, Zoe noticed Dawn still wasn’t there. When Dawn’s husband ran into the room to talk to Heath and Zoe, he told them Dawn had been missing since that morning and he just assumed she went into work early. Zoe suggested someone may be trying to affect the vote by preventing Dawn from voting, even though protocol said the entire Council had to be present before a vote could be taken. Zoey had to get to the bottom of this – especially since Dawn was not the only one to disappear! The entire Council could be in danger! This was a fast-paced, intriguing story line, twisting one way and then the other! Who is responsible for the disappearances? Can Zoey track down the culprit in time? Grab your copy and follow along as she examines the clues and finds out who is lying!
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    Zoe Has Her Hands Full As Head Witch

    Zoe has been elected to be Head Witch, she was hoping everything would run smoothly. Yet, the vampires has decided to elect Julian Delroy to be their first every president for the vampires. He shows up to the council meeting stating, that their is not enough representation of others on the council. He wants them to vote in others to join. He gives them a week to discuss and vote. The day of the vote, one of council members goes missing, no one remembers seeing them. The council is not sure if the person was kidnapped or decided to go into hiding. As time goes on with no answer, the council postpones the vote until a later date. Then another member goes missing, Zoe is doing all she can to track down the missing members and find out who is responsible for this. When it hits Zoe close to home, she will risk everything to save that person. Will Zoe be in time to find the missing people alive or will everything be lost. She works with others to try to save everyone. This a nice clean easy to read book, you don't have to read the prior books to read it. It does help so you know what happened before and characters. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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