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Slightly Spellbound (A Southern Witch Novel) Mass Market Paperback – May 6, 2014
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The fourth magical instalment in the Southern Witch series charting the somewhat chaotic life of Tammy Jo Trask. She's part witch, part Fae and most definitely all Texan and unfortunately right now caught between two very different men. On one side there's her ex husband Zach who will always hold a place in her heart and then there's the sexy Bryn Lyons who she is magically bound to. Two men and one woman , it should be an easy choice right? Trust me in Tammy Jos world nothing is ever as straightforward as it seems!
Tammy Jo's magic is a little complicated as she's such a curious mixture. Her inner witch calls upon her earth powers but her Fae side is getting much harder to control. There's someone spying on her and if that wasn't enough to creep Tammy Jo out something odd is happening to the towns ghosts as they are disappearing ! When Evangeline Rhodes shows up asking Tommy Jo to be her bridesmaid it sets off a chain of events that will lead Tammy Jo on a not so merry dance. There's danger tracking Evangeline and now it looks as if Tammy Jo is right in the middle of it too! Dark magic practices are threatening the safety of Tammy Jo and those she loves and when Evangeline's thoroughly nasty family start playing their evil games it's time for Tammy Jo to come out fighting. She's not going to quietly stand by and watch pure evil take over her town and they had just better step aside. Tammy Jo is a woman on a mission but her inner most turmoil is about to pull her in directions that she just never expected.
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Frost creates a delightful world of characters who run the gamut from human to witch. Tammy Jo is a witch and a baker who bakes out of her house and has an apparently magical relationship to sugar, butter and cream. She also has a relationship with an ocelot, her familiar.
I enjoyed the fast pace of the characters' relationships, the women’s ditziness and the ever-suffering males going along, picking them up, saving them, or being saved, a lot. T
Tammy Jo, the main character, has a rolling easiness to her as she not-so-blithely goes through life and pretends to be unfazed facing crazies of every variety.
The most interesting thing to me in this story is how Frost handles the love triangle between Tammy Jo, her ex husband, and the warlock Bryn. I was surprised by the direction Frost goes with it. The denouement is also unusual and doesn’t go predictably. My other criticism is a lack of character development in in the male love interests and a loosely defined set of rules in the magical constructs.
But other than that, I had my nose stuck in the book as I walked around the house and really enjoyed the writer’s voice as she sets Tammy Jo up in impossible situations that make her improvise and grow.
I recommend the book, and the series.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As good as the very first book, which is rare! Continuation of character development and quirky characters make this book, and series, an enjoyable read.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I am a big fan of the Southern Witch books. I love the characters and they are very fast paced books. I hope Ms Frost continues to write more in this series.Published 6 months ago by El
I really love how Frost is moving the series along… she isn’t falling into the tragic flaws of dragging things out too long… I don’t consider it a spoiler to say the love triangle... Read morePublished 6 months ago by RayGun
Oh my goodness!!! How can it just end like that??? GAAAAACK!!! Engaged and now a twin sister?!? Be still my heart! I *LOVE* this series! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Hope
This was a fantastic book that will leave you slightly exhausted, but with a smile. Tammy Jo is being pulled in so many different directions by so many different factions it is a... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Daniell English-Baxter