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The Trouble With Spells (Of Witches and Warlocks Book 1) by [Weatherford, Lacey]
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About the Author

Lacey Weatherford has always had a love of books. She wanted to become a writer after reading her first Nancy Drew novel at the age of eight. Lacey resides in the White Mountains of Arizona , where she lives with her wonderful husband, six beautiful children, one son-in-law, and their energetic schnauzer, Sophie. When she's not out supporting one of her kids at their sporting/music events, she spends her time writing, reading, blogging, and reviewing books.

Product Details

  • File Size: 3529 KB
  • Print Length: 360 pages
  • Publisher: Moonstruck Media (March 8, 2011)
  • Publication Date: March 8, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004RRB2WW
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #394,649 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Laura C. Elliott on October 5, 2011
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I read a great deal... often devouring 6 books a week on my Kindle. So when I see a new series, I like to purchase the entire series so I can get a good feel for the author. I do not like leaving negative reviews, but instead constructive criticism that I hope the author takes to heart to become a great author. I see that potential here.

The Positives: The story line is excellent. It has a different twist from the many paranormal/magic style stories out there, filled with adventure. It has a large character base with plenty of room to grow and develop additional stories. It has a strong moral code base, plays at strong female roles, and a nice young love story.

The Negatives: The writing style is still immature. Granted I know nothing regarding the age of the author, but I would suspect a great deal of the writing could be fixed with a strong editor and a writing coach or professor. Instead of smooth transitional sequences within scenes, I feel I am getting a list of items in the scene, lending it to a very robotic reading and lacking heart. For instance (now I am paraphrasing as I do not have my kindle handy), lines stating I had eggs, waffles, and sausage for breakfast with orange juice. How does this help the story line? How is this remotely interesting? Individual steps do not have to be told in the story, instead a nice flow of the story, again from a good editor and instruction in creative fiction writing will benefit this author. Spelling/incorrect word use is also prevalent throughout the book and the series. So if this irritates you as a reader, be prepared. I am still working my way through the second book, slowed down by poor flow of the story and word choices.
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As a very long time fan of the television show Charmed I particularly enjoyed the reading of "The Trouble With Spells", though it is not Adult orientated but Young Adult it was a fun book to sit down and enjoy for the day!
From the very first page the book captivates the reader, I fell in love with Vance Mangum almost as fast as Portia did! The fact that Portia is a witch is a family secret but once she is told and starts to explore her powers she soon proves to be much more adept instinctively than expected and as Vance is a very strong Warlock he helps her to learn much faster how to use her newfound powers.... Their romance is very beautiful to watch as it unfolds throughout the book, the threat from Vance's past makes them bond even stronger as each needs the other more and more as they spend time together... I found that the dramatic tension created by the author with all the twists and turns she treats us to in the trials that Portia and Vance face together kept me interested and reading as fast as possible to find out what happened next...
The final chapters were shocking and poignant and heartbreaking in so many ways but very well done and lead straight into the next installment of the series, I cannot wait to see what adventures befall the pair in The Demon Kiss (Of Witches and Warlocks Bk #2)!
I am very happy to have been given a chance to read this re-release and cannot believe it took me this long to do so as it was a truly wonderful emotionally rich book with two characters who made me sigh for my lost youth but gave me lots of joy when immersed in their world of magic and mayhem
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The Trouble with Spells by Lacey Weatherford is an enjoyable young adult paranormal romance. The characters of Vance and Portia are well written. I get a very clear sense of them while reading this book. As an adult, I am not a huge fan of the all consuming love between two teenagers. However, Lacey has written such a great story with very vivid characters that I really enjoyed their journey regardless. The plot and story, the characters and settings are all conveyed superbly. Set in Sedona AZ, Lacey paints a beautiful and accurate picture of the area. I have been the tourist at Slide Rock that didn't bring appropriate attire. I already purchased the second book, The Demon Kiss, and can't wait to start reading it.
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If you want romance without the sex scenes, this is for you! It has great chemistry between the characters, even steamy most of the time, without details. The story line was awesome. I love paranormal novels! I read all four books that are out, within four days, I couldn't stop reading! I am greatly anticipating the 5th and last book!
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I've been reading books from Stephen King and many others since late Ele so for me it was a very easy read. However, the plot and the characters keeps you reading. Personally I give this warning for advanced readers... I read half the book in an hr. But I really enjoyed the time. The first half took longer because my little ones where awake and I kept having to put it down to do something with/for them. So it was a crazy quick read. Good thing there are more books! It is a youth book(YA Pararomance) but I found it pulled me in quickly and left me wanting more at the end.

For teens or adults who struggle here and there with reading depending where they are at lvl wise this would be a great book. The structure and words themselves are kept fairly simple. Certain plot points get told to you in a few different yet similar ways and some build. And the characters are wonderful!

If you are interested in ParaRomance and are looking for a good story then this book is for you. You may read it pretty quick but it continues on with the other books. Which is also great for those who struggle with reading as well and want to build their skills.

IDK about the other books but this first book is clean no sex. There is talk of sex and its brought up in a well respected manner so parents if you have a young teen who loves to read it's a great opener to share with them to start the conversation going.
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