• The Motion in the Potion

  • A Two Broomsticks Gas & Grill Witch Cozy Mystery, Books 1-3
  • By: Amanda M. Lee
  • Narrated by: Jill Smith
  • Length: 26 hrs and 10 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (134 ratings)

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The Motion in the Potion

By: Amanda M. Lee
Narrated by: Jill Smith
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Publisher's summary

Stormy “Breeze” Morgan was living the high life until her dreams came crashing down around her and she lost her book contract. With nothing left to do—and no money in her bank account—she’s forced to return to the family business, a diner in Northern Lower Michigan. 

Stormy never thought she would have to work with her family again, and it’s just as horrific as she expected. Things only get worse when, after a night of drinking with her cousin, a family Ouija board leads to a burst of magic and Stormy wakes floating over her bed the next morning. 

In short order, she finds out it’s not only possible that she’s a witch but also probable, which leads her to the neighboring town of Hemlock Cove to learn from some legendary witches who reside there. 

Stormy thought returning to Shadow Hills would be the worst thing that happened to her. She was wrong. Being a witch is fun…as is crossing paths with her first love Hunter Ryan. If only she could keep herself out of trouble. The mounting body count in Shadow Hills keeps her on the edge of adventure, though…and danger is never far behind. 

This three-book omnibus includes the first three books in the Two Broomsticks Gas & Grill series: Sinfully Delicious, Caffeinated Calamity, and A Little Slice of Death.

©2021 Amanda M. Lee (P)2022 Amanda M. Lee

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Great narrator, repetitive story

I really enjoyed the narration and the characters are likable, however, the story is very repetitive. I would say that 80% of the book is the main character having the same conversations with various characters. The 20% of the story that is about the mystery within the book and her developing her magical abilities is great, I just wish it were more of the books. I probably won’t continue listing to the books after this just because of the repetitive dialogue.

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Absolutely Awful

The narrator is horrible. The story sounds like it was written by a teenager. Pass by and save yourself from dissappointment.

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Mystery, Suspense, Magic, Humor

Great author! Great Storyline! Great series! Great narration! A Good Who-Done -it! What more is there?

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Performance excellent!

I loved listening to the narrator’s talented switch from each character’s voice. They each had just enough difference to make it believable.
I loved listening to all three books. But, unless there is a fourth book, I didn’t like the ending. Flat. Otherwise, with another book, I will continue to listen and hopefully give a better review after that. Please tell me there’s a 4th book!!!

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Books improve

After listening to the book1 if a stand alone download I’d have not bothered but surprisingly with each book the story improved
The last chapter being the hook to follow the series further
Not great
Not riveting
But certainly a pleasant listen

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Two broom sticks and a gas station

Absolutely love this author I have many of her books and starting a new story line is never disappointing
I can’t wait to get book 4


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Loved it all

Loved the story and the performers. I hope there will be more to this series.

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Good stories, unlikeable main character

Started this series because I've listened to all my regular favorite authors. The stories are good but the main character is whiny, feels sorry for herself, is spolied and is generally a jerk.

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good stories

I like the narrator. The stories are good at some points. a little slow, but overall they're good stories.

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Not a bad read

Think of the MTV show Awkward and set it about 8ish years after high school. That’s exactly what the dialogue of this book makes me think of when I listened to it. It took me a while to get into it but I’m not hating it completely. From the description, I was hoping for more magic and witchcraft to be a part of the story but it took a while for that to come to fruition. Again, overall not bad. A good light read for vacation or beach days

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