Allison Lopez is not your everyday Psychic Hotline operator. She's a real psychic with real abilities that seem to grow daily, thanks to her close association with an immortal friend. Now, as her abilities continue to grow, Allison meets a very strange woman who reveals a starling secret to her. Life, for Allison Lopez, is about to get even stranger... and more fantastic.
And when she gets a phone call from a distraught father seeking answers to his daughter's murder, Allison finds herself in unfamiliar territory: looking for a cold-blooded killer. It will take all of Allison's abilities, both old and new, to catch an animal who preys on the innocent. And as the case unfolds, Allison is about to discover that not all is as it seems and life still has a few tricks up its sleeve.
The Witch and the Gentleman is the first of a brand-new, supernatural series.
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Super fun story, with terrific narrator. On the short side, but if you like modern witches and a mix of comedy and drama, definitely worth a listen. I'm glad to have it and hope that there's another audiobook in the series soon. And that there's more about Allison and Conn, hint hint, Mr. Rain!
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The story carried on wonderfully without giving the big surprise towards the end away. Don't want to spoil it for those who have not listened to it yet. Let's say, nothing is what it appears to be.
The reunion of Father and Daughter.
The story was light fun.
I wasn't in love with the narration but it was okay.
At times the story seemed a little jumpy in pacing and with the story line. A chapter would end and a new one begin without any obvious continuity.
The narrator read too slowly and a little too earnestly in my opinion. The plot twist is really no surprise. This is the first book in the series, which could get better with some real suspense, some secondary characters, and better narration. I wouldn't recommend.
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i fell like the author pick up a book about wicca and read only the first sentence of every chapter. the magic is so basic but then unrealisticly advanced. the stoty must be a set up for something better but i will not be going forward. the final reveal was anti climatic and provided more questions than answers. the twist at the end was predictable stupid and just there to make an already boring book even longer.
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I'm not in love with the book. I thought that the concept was good. I think that the narrator kind of ruined it for me. Her pace was too slow for the story. I ended up changing the speed of the story so that I didn't get bored. With that being said......
I liked the concept of the story. Psychic Hotline person actually having psychic ability. Helping a guy find the killer of his daughter and find his way home. It was predictable, but entertaining.
No, it's too much of a tween read for me.
The main character was too shallow and naive for her purpose. An "old soul" is wise beyond her years.
She sounded like a valley girl telling a fairy tale. Her characterization of the police detective was laughable.
I would not have continually referred to the dead vampire boyfriend as "my boyfriend". He had a name.
Maybe reading this book instead of listening would be better, but the main character was just too naive and shallow for her role.
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