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Witchin' USA

A Moonstone Bay Cozy Mystery, Book 1
Narrated by: Angel Clark
Length: 10 hrs and 14 mins
4 out of 5 stars (204 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Hadley Hunter has lived a normal life, in a normal suburb, with a normal job and a normal father. All that changes when a grandmother she didn’t even know existed dies and leaves her a fabulous lighthouse on Moonstone Bay Island.

Hadley, ready for an adventure, decides to check things out and finds herself plunged into a world she never envisioned.

From the naked woman swimming in the ocean outside her back door to the hot sheriff who seems to be hiding a secret, Hadley is intrigued from the start. That’s before magical things start happening - including to Hadley - and a body washes up on the beach.

It seems Moonstone Bay has a killer on the loose...and he may be stalking Hadley, although no one can figure out why.

Things are about to spiral for Moonstone Bay’s newest reluctant - and baffled - witch. She has to learn about the past, investigate the present, and hold on to her future for dear life. Along the way, she will meet a bevy of new friends who have a few particular abilities...and a lot of really odd quirks.

Set sail for adventure, because once you visit Moonstone Bay, you’ll never be the same again.

©2018 Amanda M. Lee (P)2018 Amanda M. Lee

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Narrator almost ruined it for me

Unfortunately, the narrator almost ruined it for me. She sounded like a petulant child. The story was good enough for me to overlook the narration.

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voice like nails on a chalkboard

Headache inducing screech of a voice. Never will I listen to that narrator again. avoid!

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Beginning of a cute story

This would’ve been one of those books better read as the narrators voice is so full of inappropriate ups and downs at the wrong places it was distracting from the storyline.

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  • MaryAnn
  • Idaho Falls, ID, United States
  • 10-18-18

Hard to like

I found it hard to like any of the characters in this book, frankly. And the whiny voice of the protagonist actually spoiled any bit of enjoyment I may have had for the book.

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a magic island.

loved all the twists and turns. the vocalization was good.The characters were just a little. crazy and left questions inanswered. for the next book.

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  • Myra
  • Pasco, WA, USA
  • 08-19-18

I really wanted to enjoy this book

So the plot was almost non existent as the main character was too busy whining about ......okay everything. I have seen reviews that say it was the narrator, I think that she read the book brilliantly as it was written. The book was whiny. For every forty pages of whining you got a little snip of story line to maybe keep moving along.

Oh and as for all the female characters, you cannot call men sexist whilst referring to each other as sluts and whores. Where do you think they learned to disrespect you?

I think a 12 year old girl would find this book entertaining, but I fear how it would influence her.

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Great light paranormal mystery.

Interesting characters, good plot and above all good story telling. Recommended for cozy mystery readers.

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Another great book! Wonderful new series!

Luv, Luv it! I look forward to the next book in the series! Amanda M Lee can not write a bad book.

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Excellent start to a new series

This is an excellent start to the new series! I enjoyed the plot and the characters immensely and think that Shark Shifters would be cool.

Note to those who listen: Give this series a try, if you don't like the Audible version try reading the Kindle version as the reader is painful to listen to.

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  • S
  • tucson, AZ, United States
  • 10-13-18

needs to be edited

I think this story could be good but, it needs to be edited and it needs a new performer. I listen to it for a while hoping things would get better but it didn't and I could not finish it. it needs a new voice and a better edit. Too many words that we're not needed. it seems they were put in to fill space, a good story does not need "filler words". and I wasn't happy with the performance either. I think she's crying too hard to sound interesting. I just couldn't finish this book

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 04-21-18

fun read

A fun read with lots of twists and turns. plenty of promise for further stories. easy reading.

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  • jacqueline bain
  • 02-27-18

Shrill voice, stator very disappointing

Wanted to slap the heroine . First and last time with this author and narrator. Shame as premise was good

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  • Adrianne
  • 01-22-18

Elayne62

A brilliant new book from the wonderfully talented Amanda M. Lee. I do hope this is a new series. It was very different from her other series and my imagination can only speculate on the unlimited places this series could go! I can't wait for book 2.🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗

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  • Teddy
  • 05-01-18

Good narration awful story

Honestly this doesn't work on so many levels - a woman moves to an island to take up residence in a lighthouse left to her by a grandmother she didn't know she had, is told that her grandmother was murdered by a serial killer (but only after coming across another of the killer's victims on the beach by the lighthouse), the alcoholism is a popular feature of island life, the locals are conspiring to keep her in the dark about pretty much everything on the island, the sherif drugs her into unconsciousness, and gets into bed with her... and she not only remains on the island, but carries on interacting with the shrerif as if he hadn't done something that would be absolutely unforgivable to any reasonable person, and his attitude of unrelenting condescension was nothing to object to... So, so many levels or wrongness.

On the whole, not really a book I'd recommend to anyone.