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Girl's Guide to Witchcraft
- By: Mindy Klasky
- Narrated by: Emma Galvin
- Length: 11 hrs and 27 mins
Jane Madison has a problem. Or two. Or three. She’s unhappily working as a librarian. She has a crush on her oblivious Imaginary Boyfriend. And she just learned she won’t receive a well-deserved raise; instead, she can live for free in a cottage on the library grounds. When Jane settles into her new home, she discovers a hidden chamber lined with ancient books about witchcraft. Her first spell awakens a feline familiar. Her second makes her irresistible to men. Those magical workings attract a sexy magical warder, and Jane’s life is quickly turned upside down.
Narration is Terrible
- By Iolanthe on 09-02-15
Cute story, awful narrator!
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
This was a light, entertaining book. The story flowed well and kept my interest.
What didn’t you like about Emma Galvin’s performance?
The narrator doesn't seem to understand the purpose of periods and commas. There were many times that the end of one sentence became part of the next sentence, changing the meaning. If you record the next book in the series, please use a different narrator.
8 of 10 people found this review helpful
Don't Hex with Texas
- A Novel
- By: Shanna Swendson
- Narrated by: Eva Wilhelm
- Length: 9 hrs and 49 mins
Everything's bigger in Texas - including romance, magic, and danger! Katie Chandler has fled fast-paced Manhattan and returned home to a simpler life, working at her family's feed-and-seed store in Cobb, Texas. In a painfully selfless gesture, Katie had left the sexy wizard Owen Palmer to battle his demons in the magical realm–after all, Katie just seemed to attract evil, which only made Owen's job a lot harder.
Let's meet Granny & the rest of the family
- By Bonnie on 04-07-14
Great fun for Texans
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I recommend this book for people who are looking for some lighthearted fantasy with a twist of romance. .
What other book might you compare Don’t Hex with Texas to and why?
All the Enchanted, Inc. books reminded me for Janet Evanovich Plum series, but this one even has Grandma.
Any additional comments?
After living in Texas for 25 years there were a few things that I really got a kick out of about Texas.