Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Witch This Way (Holiday Hills Book 2)


Alright y'all, I was sent this one in ARC form earlier this year from Seven River Publishing, but had to put it on the back burner due to personal reasons. This is book two in Carolyn Ridder Aspenson's Holiday Hills series. I was able to read this one with only a little confusion, but I recommend that you read book one first. This is another one of her cozy mysteries, but with a small twist. In this one she tells two stories in one book in a way. It's about a ghost author writing a story about a witch while being a with herself. It was a pretty quick read, but I have honestly come to expect that. It was still a good read overall, and a nice break from all the spooky reads I've been doing lately.


Welcome to Holiday Hills, where the is magic and mystery in the air...
I wear many hats: I'm a friend. A sort-of girlfriend. A ghostwriter, and... ...oh yeah, a witch. My editor always tells me to "write what you know." Unfortunately, that's what's happening...literally. When the main character in my latest novel-a witch herself-takes a new job with the Magical Bureau of Investigators, she stumbles upon a threat so big, it could destroy everything she holds dear. Fiction right? Nope. For reasons beyond my witchy sixth sense, everything I write is now happening to me in real life! Did I mention my character gets into REALLY bad situations? Now I've got to figure out who's cast this awkward spell and find a way to reverse it. And if I don't do it soon, I might just wind up the "dead" in my deadline.

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