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- Print Length: 244 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 19, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07FR1M1GK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,780 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Resting Witch Face (Widow's Bay Book 1) Kindle Edition
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That being said, this book would have been a lot more enjoyable if a professional editor had gone through it with a red pen. It’s hard to get past some of the glaring typos and grammatical inconsistencies. But with that aside, I did enjoy the story itself.
The ending was a little flat. I was disappointed that the story came to such a screeching halt the way it did. I’m not sure how I was expecting it to end, but this wasn’t it. However, I guess with the murder being solved and the main character’s major life decisions being explained, I guess the ending was sufficient. Not earth shattering, not heart warming, just.......sufficient. I realize this is the first book in a series, but I guess I was just hoping for a little more “oompf” at the end. My financial situation is disastrous at the moment and I legit cannot afford to spend the $4 on the second book in this series, so my time spent in Widow’s Bay will be ending on less than memorable terms. I really would like to continue reading this series one day when I am in a better position to purchase the 2nd book.
Overall, not a bad read. It’s a fun, cozy story with a few supernatural elements sprinkled here and there. If I ever get a chance to read book 2, I hope there will be more vampire/werewolf activity in it and I hope to see what else Marzie and her friends can do with their witch powers!
In this one, the heroine has been a sharply dressed TV type reporter who now becomes an almost beginner reporter in her first home, a small town called Widow's Bay. She gradually lets us become aware of the fact that she is a witch, and she and a couple of other witches can pool and increase their power when together. There are several types of were animals and other paranormal beings in this magical enclave. She has a cat that can mind talk, usually to complain about her less than stylish appearance. One can get a free story about the cat if one subscribes to the author's newsletter.
The heroine solves the murder of an older witch mundanely enough just by being observant, but then, trope in this type of cozy murder, goes off to confront the suspect alone.
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A murder mystery with a touch of magic, the ties of sisterhood, a few easy-on-the-eyes distractions, a lot of humour, and just the right amount of suspense.
And the greatest thing? I’ve just discovered that there a numerous books in the series!
I’m just getting started!