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Summits and Spells

Witches of Pine Lake Paranormal Cozy Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Amy Melissa Bentley
Length: 11 hrs and 33 mins
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The last thing Amalie Holmes expected to do was to be hit by lightning - on purpose.

Inheriting a cottage in Pine Lake was supposed to be the escape from her stressful life as a social worker. Instead, she's taking witch lessons from her crazy, lightning-wielding grandmother, juggling guardianship of a sassy pre-teen, and taking over a pet shop, all while trying to get used to her super-loud, super-new family. Too bad she can't clone herself.

Maybe there's a spell for that?

When the head of the local Witch Council is found dead, and Amalie's Grandma Vivian is named the prime suspect, Amalie's new-found family is in jeopardy. At the risk of losing everything she had just gained, Amalie takes it on herself to clear Vivian's name and find the real killer - if the real killer doesn't find her first.

©2018 Natalie Summers (P)2018 Tantor

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Very poorly written

Far from well written. Wish I had not purchased it. Child like story with no redeeming value

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Fun But a Bit Tough to Get Through Some Sections

I enjoyed the story line and the narration is very good. However about a third of the book was more like a guide to aquariums and fish. It’s clear the authors interest in fish was very central to many chapters. The other thing that set me back a bit was that it seemed the author forgot some of the specifics and brought them back into the story like they were new. That said, I enjoyed the listen overall.

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Great story but author needs a grammar and usage l

I am truly enjoying this series, especially the narrator! However, it is very jarring every time there is a misuse of the objective case!!
Please learn that "She drove Taylin and I to the main house" is incorrect! "She drove me" and "She drove Taylin" should become "She drove Taylin and ME" !!!! Stop the hypercorrect usage! I am sorry, but it comes up often.
Somebody please alert the author to this. It is an easy fix. Just a plea from an old English teacher.

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