I love urban fantasy and paranormal romance, but young adult and mysteries are also favorites.
Another fun romance with a little mystery added. This one had an excerpt or chapter title from a different book at the beginning of each chapter. I preferred her old format of using using chapter titles from the same book for each chapter.
Molly Harper writes the most wonderful stories! A Witch's Handbook of Kisses and Curses is sweet and funny with a fantastic cast of characters who lovable and sassy. The story is a refreshing mix of mystery and romance with a very generous helping of snarky sarcasm that will have you laughing out loud.
The narrator, Amanda Ronconi, is a gem! She is one of the best narrators I've heard on audible. She injects she wonderful emotion into her reading and her comedic timing makes her the perfect reader for this story!
I highly, highly recommend ANY Molly Harper title but especially any read by Amanda Ronconi.
The book isn't as intricate and engaging as most of Molly Harper's books. The resolution seemed obvious to me from the beginning and the plot was overly simple.
Just made the characters more dynamic, involved the characters we know and love already more in the story. It also could've done with a side plot or a few more twists.
The accent!!!! Yes the main character was Irish, but Ronconi's accent was sooo annoying. I love Amanda Ronconi, but honestly, I struggled to make it through this one due to the irritating Boston/Irish accent. Ewww!
I haven't given up on Molly Harper, or Amanda Ronconi. But my advice is to give this one a pass, or at least listen to the sample first to see if the accent will bug you.
This book goes right along with the others in the Half Moon Hollow universe. All the paranormals are connected in some way, and this brings our old friends back to interact with new members.
Amanda's performance is always outstanding. But she took it up a notch, with the Boston and Irish accents. Especially when a conversation includes, Southern twang, Boston quirk, and Irish drawl!! Awesome.
I always want to listen to Molly Harper's stories in one sitting. But I MUST break it apart, especially when I'm laughing uncontrollably!
The plot twists and new paranormal.
The strength on the female lead to sever ties of blood when blood was the only connection.
I love how Molly uses the everyday moments between characters with sharp, witty banter,
When Dick reveals his true self and connections.
Normally I love Amanda's narration, however the inconsistent accent and the poor Irish lilt in her voice just didn't work.
Wanted know more about all of the characters!
Just love all the voices she uses. She really gets you from the first couple of words and you just don't want to stop listen to.