- File Size: 1223 KB
- Print Length: 193 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: October 22, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B076FRRZMD
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,314 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Witch's Heart: (A Cozy Witch Mystery) (One Part Witch Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The premise was very novel, and I enjoyed it immensely. The main character seemed very three dimensional
and her self-doubts about the use of her powers rang true. It was a very enjoyable book to read and I will definitely not hesitate to read more by this author.
My only complaint is that I caught plenty of grammar mistakes, words out of order and typos. That’s unusual for me, so I was shocked that I was able to pick up on them.
> This book is the 1st in the One Part Witch cozy mystery series and ends in an HEA. Margot is a recipient of a new heart. The deceased donor was a witch and many of her organs were donated. The witch, Lilith, was murdered and she haunts the recipients in order to get them to solve her murder. Margo is the first recipient. She went from sickly and cautious to daring and full of health. A murder mystery in her town pulls her in and she tries to figure out what exactly happened. Alongside her sleuthing, she is discovers she now has witch abilities. A friendly witch teaches her how to use her new powers.
>The romance involves Margot and the police detective, Finn. Finn is a really good guy. Their chemistry is strong, but the romantic scenes are strictly G rated. The book is a fun journey involving spells, mystery and romance. Though not particularly suspenseful, the book does keep you on your toes as to who the murderer is. The series will follow the other transplant recipients as Lilith tries to get one of them to do her bidding and solve her murder. Margot was willing, but solved a different murder.
>I am a reviewer for Romance Author’s that Rock. I am giving this book 4 hearts. The story is a perfect cozy mystery, with glimpses of sexy romance.
It appears that Lilith was a real Witch!
Sure, she did all that magical stuff as well, but deep down inside, she simply was not a very nice person at all!
And she is most Unhappy at finding herself dead.
Worse, she's been cut up and shared with others.
Margo was the lucky winner to get Lilith's heart.
To say it is life changing is to ignore most of what happens.
Margo is instantly filled with energy and is at a complete loss when it comes to fear.
Now she is on her way towards speed learning how to use some of Lilith's magical talents and abilities.
Using them to help an old school friend get off from a charge of Murder!
I'll admit, this book was a bit of a stretch for me. A witchy, magic, romantic murder mystery wouldn't normally be in the top 100 books I'd pick.
But I AM glad I went with this.
It is fun and so very charming.
And I'm guessing that if this is something closer to what you would enjoy - you'll Love it too!
To many irritable scenarios such as these through the book that at times I had to walk away. I did finish and do think worth the price for a cozy mystery if you can get past these and other issues. But I will not buying the next book in this series.