Would you? With a couple of good intentions and a bit of witchy mischief, Kelly and Esmeralda find out first-hand what happens when perfectly good clones go naughty - err, bad. Unfortunately, their timing couldn't have been worse. The world of witchcraft seems to have gone haywire, and Karma Inc. might be to blame. Trouble is compounded when Barney runs away in search of a better witch to give him a new body, not to mention the twig and berries he had always dreamt of.
I really laughed out loud given the conversations and tongue in cheek conversations. I generally enjoy similar books but this was a especially funny. Looking forward to next book
When Laurel's mother, Thelma, becomes possessed by the ghost of a punk rocker, Laurel is tasked with solving the ghost's murder. If Laurel succeeds, the ghost will release her mother, which seems a shame, really. She's a lot nicer possessed. What will happen when possessed Thelma attends church and mixes with her snooty friends? And what will Ian think? With the murderer still on the loose, Laurel must hurry before she becomes the next ghostly inhabitant of Witch Woods Funeral Home.
I like this author a lot and most of the narration I’m ok but the the voice of the ghost was repellent. The long, spaced out words sort of monotonous sound was hard to listen to
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Concerned that technology is about to chase mythological creatures out into the open (how long can Sasquatch stay hidden from Google maps?), the League for Interspecies Cooperation is sending Jillian to Louisiana on a fact-finding mission. While the League hopes to hold on to secrecy for a little bit longer, they're preparing for the worst in terms of human reactions. They need a plan, so they look to Mystic Bayou, a tiny town hidden in the swamp where humans and supernatural residents have been living in harmony for generations.
Great first book in this new series. Love the new location and the idea of a magic riff. Molly Harper writes the best stories. Also like the male and female narrators
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Thanks to an overprotective dad and a secluded existence in the Sierra Nevada wilderness, Haley has never experienced a typical life. Her dad claims there's a good reason for their isolation, but he refuses to tell her why, delaying her questions with the promise of answers when she turns 18. That day has finally arrived, but the explanation raises more questions than answers.
I thought it was sci-fi or fantasy and it’s not so I’m not a good judge of the book.
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For all those transmortis anomalies that need to be exterminated, there's Karma Marx - a woman who exorcises haunted houses, sending troublesome spirits to the ever after. What she'd really like is to banish Spider, her cheating, sleazy realtor husband, from her life. So, she makes him a deal: she'll clean one last home for him if he grants her a divorce. The only problem is that Adam, the house's former owner, isn't happy with Karma's plan. Using his poltergeist powers, he seals the place, forcing Karma, Spider, and a motley assortment of characters together....
I love this book and remember reading it years ago. I really hope there are others coming out with the same characters.
Holly Dent is one overworked Reaper. After receiving orders from the Reaper's Guild, she's arrived in the beautiful Nocturne Falls for her next assignment - to assist the passing of one Max Hyland. She quickly realizes he's devilishly handsome, wickedly charming, and immortal. Immune to her magic, he has only one real power - not dying! Careful with his heart, Max is resigned to remaining alone for all eternity - until the beautiful Reaper appears on his doorstep. Even though she's bent on helping him pass from this life to the next, he can't help wanting to learn more about her.
Great addition to the NF series. Hope she will do more and weave in other NF characters in.
Angel Crawford has finally pulled herself together (literally!) after her disastrous dismemberment on Mardi Gras. She's putting the pieces of her life back in order and is ready to tackle whatever the future holds. Too bad the future is a nasty bitch. There's a new kind of zombie in town: mindless shamblers, infectious and ravenous. With the threat of a full-blown shambler pandemic looming, and a loved one stricken, Angel and the "real" zombies scramble to find a cure.
In the series. Timing, tension and focus was the best. Looking forward to more in the near? Future
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The Hunter in the Darkness. Not a title I wanted, but that's who I am now. Vampires are trying to destroy my city. We're one mistake away from the world knowing about magic, but the vampires don't care. They just crave their next fix. I have to stop them, but I can't risk using the demonic powers I have. Whatever lurks inside me, it's dark, and it's hungry. I will find a way to fight on my own. Vampires are not the only evil in this world.
Good story and narrator was good. It just seemed like there was too much filler and ruminating
In Molly Harper's newest paranormal romantic comedy, Ben, Gigi's old boyfriend, must find a way to save his new love after a freak Ultimate Frisbee accident. But will she want to live after she finds out how Ben had to save her?
I always love molly harpers books, this one no acceptiom. It will be interesting see how this new talent works out. Also I loved having so many of the characters show up. Would like to hear from the ghosts and maybe snark from James mom and sister.
Dylan Apel is having one heck of a summer. She knows her hand-made clothing is special, but magical? Discovering that she's a witch is bad enough, but when Dylan realizes there are folks who'll kill to possess her witchy powers - that's enough to make a girl want to hide out in the back of her boutique. The only problem is, Queen Witch is in town, itchin' to make sure Dylan learns to cast spells, and this witch won't take no for an answer.
Very fun book and narrator excellent for this type of narrative. Can't wait until next one. I buy lots of audio books and I'll be looking for sequels
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