Cut to the Crone

A Spell's Angels Cozy Mystery, Book 4
Narrated by: Meghan Kelly
Series: Spell's Angels Cozy Mystery, Book 4
Length: 9 hrs and 50 mins
4.7 out of 5 stars (56 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Scout Randall needs answers on a past she can’t remember...and when an associate introduces her to an individual who claims to have known her family way back when, she believes those answers might finally be accessible. That falls by the wayside, though, when a tanned vampire lands in her backyard in the middle of the night...and he has a magical teenager in tow.

Sami Winters is all mouth and determination...and she’s looking for her parents. Scout wants to help, but handling a teenager like Sami isn’t as easy as it looks on the surface. By the time her wayward parents catch up with her - including a mother who is rumored to be the most powerful mage in the world - Scout finds herself knee-deep in a new adventure.

It seems female shifters in the area are going missing and rogue vampires from areas unknown are on the prowl. Sami Winters is a hybrid, part-wolf and part-mage, and she’s a coveted ally in what’s being described as a coming war. Scout has no choice but to join with the newcomers to figure out what’s going on.

Vampires and werewolves working together is unheard of, right? Maybe not. If the signs are right, it seems a new enemy is brewing, and Scout is going to need help taking down an entire army of paranormal foes.

At the end of the day, she just wants to know who she is and where she came from. The answers might be closer than she ever imagined.

©2020 Amanda M. Lee (P)2020 Amanda M. Lee

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Omg! What a battle!

This book is epic with a great cliffhanger. And now I want a pet bear. Zoe is the biggest bad ass of Amanda M Lee’s universe and she joins Scout to save a vampire friend, Sammi, and others.

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Great Book!

I am ao glad to be able to keep up with the Winter family. Zoe is, as usual, a bad ass with a heart. I hope that Sammie matures soon as , having grown girls myself, she seems more spoiled than most. I love that Scout now has a bit of family. Hopefully she'll figure out what she is.

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Book has two comments and NO complaints.

This book revealed sooooo much. I loved that, but; it may have revealed too much for just one book of a series. I would have expected a seperate book entry for each of the two major themes in this offering. Having two major points of interest in this one book made it difficult to devote and invest in the plot and characters. I enjoyed the listen save for the multiple replays of chapters that I did because I missed something and wanted to go back and catch it. When will book five be out?

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Stop making Scout dumb to make Zoe look good

Before I go in my rant I should say I have been listening to this series from the beginning. Heck I have read/listened to a lot of Amanda’s books. I like the narration. The story itself was good. I like the characters. I enjoyed the over all path. The problem i have is in my opinion the author keeps dumbing Scout down to show how great Zoe is. First time I noticed is with born vampires. In the very last book Scout was telling everyone about born and made vampires. In this book Zoe tells her that the vamp is born and Scout is all “I didn’t know that was a thing.” That’s a lie the first time I noticed was in the same conversation when talking about how she got by the barrier in the last book. “I still don’t know how it worked. I sort of made myself fluid when slipping through oh and invisible.” In the last book she said she was shifting planes. Then her wards aren’t good enough. Then Zoe can heal, and Scout wishes she could. In the first book she healed Raisin. The author could have had Scout want to be as quick as Zoe is at healing. When she healed Raisin it did seem to take a while. Instead she makes Scout say she can’t. I know it is easy to pick out little things in series that change like eye color or maybe the order something happened in when reading a whole series. This is not little things. Every time it happens it knocks me out of what is a good story. Heck I went back and relistened to the vampire one because I thought I heard wrong.

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Annoying reader

I normally enjoy this series but I nearly returned it because of the reader. The voice she chose to use for Sammy was grating. I'm not a fan of over the top rude, mouthy kids and the reader emphasized every screech and whine. It set my terth

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Just The Facts

In this latest installment of Scout and the Spells’ Angels, she crosses paths with Zoe and Eric Winters. They will join forces to solve the mystery of why female werewolves are disappearing. But the cherry on top is that Scout will finally get some of the answers she’s been looking for, for so long. A must read.

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Awful Narration

I have read and enjoyed this series, but I did not realize that I had never listened to this series. Therefore, I was astonished to find that the narration was so poor. After about a chapter, I realized that there was no way I could listen to the end. I intend to return this title as soon as possible

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  • 09-03-20

Great read

I enjoyed this book and the developments in Scout’s story. It was great to see Zoe and her family and the cross overs. I’m looking forward to the next instalment. One criticism would be that the voice of mama moon is like nails on a chalkboard