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Witchwood Estate - Going Home (serial-series bk 1) by [Roberts, Patti]
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  • Witchwood Estate - short story series - TV, episodic length ebooks.
This story pulls you in and makes you smile when the character does; feel anxious about impending danger, and cringe at the evil the dark characters manifest. Rooting for our Alexandria from the first page. This promises to be a great series. Patti Roberts does it again! Leslie Hansford
  • This is an amazing book that draws you into Alexandria's world from the very first word. Great read for teens and adults alike! The magnificent descriptions of people and places makes you feel like you are there every step of the way. I couldn't put my kindle down until the last word was read. I am excited and cannot wait to begin the next book. Patti Roberts, you have a wonderful way with words. Shannon Taylor

  • What a delightfully magical read! For the young at heart or others who don't fear to dream. I enjoyed it so much! The wonderfully created world that you have so vividly written is easily envisaged! 5 stars Patti. Katrina Whittaker

From the Author

For me, talking to readers who love my stories and characters as much as I do is a dream come true. NOTHING is more exhilarating or inspiring. The author writes, yes, but I honestly believe it is the reader, that breathes life and soul into the characters in a book. Without the reader and their wonderful imaginations, stories and characters are words arranged neatly on a page waiting to be born, waiting to be loved. 
To the reader, my characters and I thank you.
Patti Roberts.

Product Details

  • File Size: 3126 KB
  • Print Length: 49 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Paradox Publishing; 4 edition (January 1, 2014)
  • Publication Date: January 1, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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First off for those of you who are already Patti Roberts fans of her Paradox series, you will know she is a spectacularly imaginative and beautiful author. Where some folks books read like solid dependable working boots, hers read like the gentle and delicate lace adorning your grandmothers couches. They are full of spirit and grace. Each of these types of styles are fine, and I enjoy both. What sets Patti's into this category is her grace and energy. She truly is a joy to read, and to know. I was thrilled to see her releasing something that I adore, short stories, and to make it better, they were to be part of a whole series.

Sixty-One pages of a splendid short story Now if I read a page per minute that is a hair over an hour of reading, without commercial breaks. Took me a bit longer to finish, but keep up and you will see where I am going with this comparison. The series is slotted to be released one short story at a time, like a TV series, one episode at a time. With each short shining the spotlight into things going on. The first in this is Witchwood Estates - Going Home.

When the scene fades in, our leading girl Alexandri is getting ready to go home to her families estate. She is about to turn 18 and her inheritance needs to be claimed before the home and everything within the estate is lost. Alexandria lost her parents at an early age and was raised by a curious and loving couple, Olly and Martha Barnaby. They taught her about her family heritage, as in she comes from a family of witches and she herself is one too.

All it took was a bit of belief and a drop of her blood and her mothers spell book showed it's secrets. Opening the book opened her to a whole new world.
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This book was really awesome, This is one of those books that is a fun read and plus a really good book to read. Once I start this book I could not put it down I had to know what happen next. Mr.Barnaby and Ms.Barnaby welcomed Alexandria in there home, the first day Alexandria attended elementary school, the kids would laugh at her and call her a witch. Olly and Martha gave Alexandria her mothers spell book the only way to open was a drop of her blood. The only way for the magic to work is for Alexandria to believe and she did. Alexandria found an Invisibility spell that night be she went to bed Martha helped her with the spell. The next day at school the girls at the lunch table didn't pay any attention to Alexandria. She never made friends growing up. Now Alexandria is all grown up and is leaving to go back to her home town, in Witchwood Estate. On the Way she meets a young man, name Andrew, Alexandria doesn't have to hide who she is from him because she knows what he is, and soon he finds out about her, and they become friends. Andrew is a ghost, not really a ghost, he is what some people might say in-between. Alexandria finds out more about Andrew and Andrew finds more about Alexandra. She offer Andrew if he want to come with her to Witchwood Estate. Doing the ride on the bus an old woman is on the bus and only Andrew notice's that she is different, but he doesn't say anything. Hope I did not give to much away, I really Love this book I could go on about it. Patti Has Done an awesome Job with this book and I can not wait to read book two. If you have not read this book you need to you won't be able to put it down.
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Loved it '

What a wonderful adventure with just a simple bus ride.

I'll admit this was the first book I have read from this author and wondering why I hadn't yet. Patti Dunn Roberts brings such life into her book.

I read this under the perfect surroundings, comfy in bed with it raining outside. I was taken back to the age of 13 when I wholeheartedly felt the same way when I would daydream. Thank you Patti Roberts.

Alexandria Santorini parents die when she is just 5 and she goes to live with The Barnaby's, who raise her with love and tenderness, but also the knowledge she must know since she is a witch. Yep you heard me, she's a witch.
A recurring dream about her mother telling her " she had to return to Witchwood". has her preparing to return to her family's home in Ferntree and Witchwood Estates.

Bags packed and on the bus to Ferntree, Alexandria will meet a sneaky old woman whose really another witch, but more importantly is the young man, whose actually a ghost, yep a ghost really. Andrew. He is a ghost because of a curse a evil witch put on his parents. He is traveling in search of his girlfriend who has disappeared.

Anyway, I am getting ahead of myself and really want to say, go grab this book and come along for the cutest, yet interesting bus ride. I'm off to book 2!!
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I don't normally read stories of witches, but this first short episode series enticed me, and I'm glad that I read it. It's a fun read about witches and spells. Alexandria Santorini, 17 years old, learns that she is descended from a long line of Harvey witches. The Barnabys, husband and wife, have been her legal guardians since her parents were killed 12 years previously. They are an older couple who love her dearly and provide a great environment. They are a bit unusual as they both do not go outside into the sun, they work in the garden at night, and when they drive their bright red old pick-up, the windows are tinted black to prevent the sunlight's entry. Alexandria has always been teased and shunned at school and has no friends. As she now approaches age 18, she knows it's time to return to Ferntree Falls, and assume ownership of Witchwood Estate. She'd rather stay with the loving Barnabys at Catnip Cottage, but she now belongs in Fernwood. She realizes there is much to face at the estate, including demons who may be waiting for her arrival. This is an easy read, fun, exciting, and very suitable for young adult readers. There is no closure to this episode, but a new door has opened when she meets Andrew on the bus ride to Fernwood. Stay tuned-in for the next exciting, suspenseful episode of Witchwood Estate!
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