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Dahlia Poplar is a genuine witch, an unofficial gofer, and Luna Lane’s only cursed resident.

With a werewolf best friend, a vampire ex-boyfriend, and a ghost for a hanger-on, Dahlia is far from the most unusual dweller of her sleepy small town, but she’s the only one unable to leave. Dahlia has to perform at least one good deed per day - or she’s one step closer to turning to stone.

Fortunately, the residents of Luna Lane have plenty of tasks for Dahlia to complete to avert the curse until Cable Woodward, fetching professor and nephew of her elderly neighbor, stops by for the semester on sabbatical. Attempting to help Cable’s uncle work through the trauma of losing his wife, Dahlia uncovers the man’s collection of board games, which leads to him reminiscing about the long-forgotten Luna Lane Games Club.

Dahlia reestablishes the Games Club, only to find evidence of a number of horrible demises connected to the original group. While trying to uncover the truth about the deaths, Dahlia has to fight off her curse, protect her elderly neighbor from becoming the next victim, and most vexing of all, keep Cable from figuring out Luna Lane’s supernatural secrets.

Only, with eerie board games like these, there may not be a loser - or even a winner - who survives.

©2020 Amy McNulty (P)2020 Amy McNulty

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Love it.

it started off a bit slow but when it finally picked up it turned out to be a great story. I enjoyed the characters and the different array of paranormals that live in the town. I would like to listen/read more in this series. I received this book free of charge in exchange for an honest review.

The narrator did a great job.

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Interesting and entertaining

This is a very interesting and enjoyable book. It has paranormal and regular characters interacting in a small, quiet (until it is no more quiet) town called Luna Lane.

It’s a very good introduction to the series. I’m looking forward to future additions to the series.

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loved the characters


this really broke up the long drives to work. loved the characters a fun read.

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Luna Lane

Loved getting to know the characters of Luna Lane! My 2 favorite genres are mystery and fantasy, so reading a book that combined a mystery with the supernatural was right up my alley. The author did a great job developing each character and creating an intriguing plot. I didn’t expect to be as absorbed into the world of Luna Lane as I was, and I found myself wanting to listen the audiobook whenever I had a free moment.

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Cute

Vampires, werewolves, ghosts, witches and broomsticks. How can you not enjoy a book with characters like that? especially when broomsticks love cuddling and hugs. If you want more listen to the audible, you won't be disappointed.

The narrator used voices that were perfect for each character. With a soft easy reading the narrator made it a pleasure to listen.

I received a free copy of this audible. it is my pleasure to leave my review.

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wonderful

what a wonderful book. The twist and turns kept me guessing until the end a great addition to my library

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Fun and compelling

A little bit of everything in here. Would like to see more from this author. Great listen. Would recommend.

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Broomsticks and Board Games (A Spooky Games Club M

Dahlia is a witch who was cursed as a baby. She had to do at least one good deed a day otherwise she would slowly turn to done one scale at a time. On this day she's trying to do a good deed for her next door neighbor only to be surprised by the man's nephew. He's a "normie" so the town of Luna Lane must make sure he doesn't discover the paranormal. Unfortunately paranormal Shenanigans seen to be running amok and it's getting hard to keep the will pulled over this hunky guy's eyes. Then bodies are found and life did Dahlia beginners do much more complicated.
Danielle Daly does a remarkable job of portraying Dahlia and her friends.
Fantastic audio and story!

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interesting

This was a very interesting listen. There were a couple of repeated lines but other than that, the story flowed smoothly. The narration was good.
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Loved the story

This was a great read/listen. Excited to hear more from this author. Will be suggesting this book to my friends. I received a free audio book in exchange for my fair and unbiased review.

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  • 01-19-21

Great Paranormal Mystery

A great paranormal mystery with wonderful characters, Witches, werewolves and vampires, ghosts, even the mummy. Lovely inventive touches, the cursed board game. A great story with an excellent narrator who does an excellent job with the voices and the backwards words. Highly recommended

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  • Julie
  • 01-14-21

Jumanji or clue?

I loved this book. The plot makes me think of the film Jumanji with a paranormal twist and a good dose of clue (cluedo) mixed in and I loved it. Cluedo was my favourite game growing up as a child, although I don't think I would have liked playing this game but it makes for a great story and a uniquely different adventure. This is a new author for me but it won't be my last book as I will definitely be jumping (hopefully not literally) into book two. I loved the characters, from the main character to her many and various friends, I especially liked the way the author gave the old witches broom a personality. The author has created a clever mystery that keeps you guessing not only who the killer was but also where the story was going to go next. I also liked that it was set in a small town, so everybody knew everybody. With the addition of the curse on the main character it is certainly a very different cozy witch mystery and one I will be recommending to my mum.
Dahlia is a witch that is cursed. Everyday she must carry out an act of kindness, if she fails part of her will turn to stone. While trying to do her good deed for the day she is sent up into the attic of an elderly man to collect a board game and unwittingly gets embroiled in a murder. The game is no ordinary game and the players keep changing to towns folk who have moved away from the town or died. But have they? The game unearths certain memories in the elderly and forgetful neighbour which leads to two skeletons buried in Dahlia's garden. What is going on? And will Dahlia and her friends have to finish the game to find out? At the same time the elderly man's nephew has come to help look after his uncle but being a normal can the town keep there secret from him, as well as find a killer?
I liked the narrator and thought she did an excellent job of bringing this magical story to life.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.