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The Wonkiest Witch: Wonky Inn Book 1 Kindle Edition
|Length: 262 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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About the Author
- File Size : 4026 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- ASIN : B07GS2ZXCP
- Publication Date : October 31, 2018
- Print Length : 262 pages
- Publisher : Bark at the Moon Books; 1st Edition (October 31, 2018)
- Language: : English
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #77,656 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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PS - I did not anticipate who the “villain” was at all!
Along with the Inn, Alf inherited a corpse. Finding the mysterious body leads Alf back to magic and embracing her talents. She will need every ounce of them and all the help she can get to keep her Inn and herself safe.
The Wonkiest Witch is an excellent start to Jeannie Wycherley's newest series.
Alf turned her back on her witchy heritage to live in London and work in the hospitality industry, but after her mother's death she found out that she was now the proud owner of a rather neglected inn and properties in a small town. A lot of work needs doing and she accidentally discovered that she wasn't sure who to trust. Let the magic begin! Starting with the identity of the body she discovered on her very first day there! Like any good mystery it's got plenty of twists, red herrings, and starting incidents. A very good read!
Kim Bretton gives a lively voice to the myriad of interesting characters.
First of all, it’s really not as zany as the cover might have you believe. I did think it started a bit awkwardly, but this book had to have been an early effort. I wasn’t particularly interested in the main character as we began. However, I have given this book five stars because the end way made up for the beginning. It was a big surprise to me and ended up saying things about life. I don’t give books five stars if they are purely entertainment without having something important to say to the reader.
As far as entertainment, it’s there! I could see the fight in the woods. I love the Englishness of the language too. This author is now on my comfort reading list along with Gretchen Galway. I think we in the US are going to need comfort in these waning days of 2020.
Top reviews from other countries
Only the owner of the village shop and a handsome young man, who appeared to be the local handyman, seemed at all friendly.
The property was an inn that had definitely seen better days and would require a great deal of work to even make it habitable again, but the discovery of a dead body in the backyard set in train a series of unwelcome events.
Will Alf(hild) overcome her secret enemies; will romance blossom and will she rediscover her magical powers?
First time read the author's work?: Yes
Will you be reading more?: Yes
Nice world building and set up of the magical world 'within' our world.
Enjoyable and fun mystery.
Fun leading lady.
Nice characters and dialogue.
Personal likes: I like paranormal and I like cozy mysteries, so this book was a nice blend.
Ongoing plotline and I've not got the next book.
It's well crafted and the story keeps you wanting to read "just another chapter" . I read most of it in me go reading the last 15% a couple of days later. The author has built another, witching world living hidden in parallel to our normal one. The witching street hidden in London does seem to be borrowed from Diagon Alley though - but why not borrow a little from another magical world we already know and love?
I wasn't expecting the surprise revelation towards the end which was good🙂 thank you to the author for a great read👍
Her characters are always brilliantly drawn too and in Alf there is a wonky witch we can warm to and watch grow. Can't wait for the next book.