Millie Thorn did, and she could never have guessed what mysteries and revelations were awaiting her in the magical town of Spellbinder Bay. Well, Millie found out and she was not happy. I did deduct one star because there were some editing problems I'd still like to see corrected, but it was still a really enjoyable read. You could tell there would be a lot of possibilities for stories with Witches, Vampires, Werewolves and Ghosts running around, just to name a few of the paranormal peeps roaming about. So Millie packs her meager belongings and takes off for Spellbinder Bay. Then, a mysterious jewelry case appears in her office, followed by a note detailing a connection between strange lights appearing in the sky and the disappearance of local women. Then, she is conned out of most of her money by an internet scheme and now she is about to be kicked out of her soon to be condemned building.
Narration: Pearl Hewitt did a good job with the performance. Witch Way to Spellbinder Bay is a Cozy Paranormal mystery and my very first cozy mystery read. Millie Thorn did, and she could never have guessed what mysteries and revelations were awaiting her in the magical town of Spellbinder Bay. Harper Harlow lives in a world of ghosts. Recommend t Wonder how you would feel learning you were a witch and did not know it your entire life? Most young ladies would not consider it, but Millie deci I am glad that I have discovered Millie Thorn and Sam Short - I now have a new author that I enjoy.
Focusing on films and television series from The Wizard of Oz to The Craft, the author looks at how the witch reflects alterations of gender roles, religion, the modern practice of witchcraft, and female agency. I can say that this is a edge of your seat kind of mystery with several possibilities, but certainly not the one that is delivered. Seeing other people's memories doesn't make her very popular in Reed Hollow. Millie had been conned out of her life savings, stuck in a London basement apartment that could make a cardboard box look glamorous, practically broke and soon to be homeless when the rent came due next week. It was nice to have that anchor of realism in a paranormal story. Is it just dejà vu? There were a few editing errors like odd sentence structures , but they didn't pull me out of the story that much. This was a fun one! I loved the English accent she chose for Millie as well.
Spellbinder Bay sounds like a fun loving place to live murder aside. This is where she encounters many quirky denizens, a taxi driver, an elderly lady, a policeman and the sharp witted cockatiel, who assure her that things going on there will be explained to her later, and later, and later… which fortunately they do over time as the story progresses. Would you drop everything and move to a town with a peculiar name, because an odd little man made you a strange offer? You know that annoying part of the book when the mystery is over and boom the book ends. It is also a story about finding that place in your heart that you truly call home. This book made it into my top 5 of favourite books ever! All I know is that I want a 'Windy Dune' cottage, I want a friend like Reuben, and I want a lighthouse. I will definitely look for more books by Sam Short.
Soon, however, the book morphed into a delightful read and an intriguing. As Millie settles in to her first day here in town she is introduced to an elderly neighbor. This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. Review copy was received from Publisher. After witnessing a murder on her first day in the bay, Millie is cast into a world she never knew existed - a world of magic and the paranormal, and a world where it's seemingly normal to have a conversation with a cockatiel named Reuben. Holly has to make it work, or risk losing everything … again Titles in the Beechwood Harbor Magic Mystery series include: prequel — — Twice the Witch — Witch Slapped — Witch Way Home — Lucky Witch This series connects in some ways with Beechwood Harbor Ghost Mysteries — Haven Paranormal Romances.
The story was enjoyable and the mystery entertaining but most of the fun was traveling with Millie as she embarks on a new journey to a strangely named town with even more strange people in it. She assists the police in solving the murder. I enjoyed this very much. Millie Thorn did, and she could never have guessed what mysteries and revelations were awaiting her in the magical town of Spellbinder Bay. Her only family has moved half way around the world and she stayed behind for a man who turned out not to care for her as much as she cared for him. Learning she is a witch becomes relatively simple to accept after discovering what other paranormal creatures populate the town, and with ever more mysterious clues about her life coming to light, it's not just a murder she must solve. Looking forward to the next book.
I'm really looking forward to reading the next book in the series. This is a paranormal mystery that I wasn't sure about liking as I read the first beginning part. Is it just déjà vu? I've always loved reading, and promised myself that one day I'd write a book. Payne brings extraordinary clarity and understanding on a surprisingly large range of subjects, including gender identity, sexual neurosis, gnosticism, false prophecy, transference, healing prayer, incarnational reality, and sacramental worship. I didn't see who it was coming. .
I find that by forcing myself to sit at my desk and get the first few words of the day on screen, I get into the flow quite quickly. Learning she is a witch becomes relatively simple to accept after discovering what other paranormal creatures populate the town, and with ever more mysterious clues about her life coming to light, it's not just a murder she must solve. I hope to learn and improve as time goes on, and I truly appreciate everybody who has read any of my work. What Millie finds at the end of her journey will shake her to the core. Is it just déjà vu? This review was originally posted on Review copy was received from Publisher.
This book was not very good, and I won't be reading any more from the author. She is the victim of an employment scam and has been conned out of her money but unwilling to accept defeat and set sail for Australia where she would go back to living with her aunt and uncle. The bonus being that it was a paranormal too. She's finding it hard to come to terms with the knowledge that the father she never knew she had lives in the same town as her. Soon, however, the book morphed into a delightful read and an intriguing. Titles in the Paramour Bay Paranormal Cozy Mystery series include: — Bewitching Blend — Enchanting Blend — Would you drop everything and move to a town with a peculiar name, because an odd little man made you a strange offer? The miracle in this is the young woman's acceptance of the man after she had been conned. She bemoans the fact that everyone has left her, except for her brother and cousin and her ghost mother.
Imaging being at the lowest point of your life. I voluntarily reviewed this book after receiving a free copy. Is it just déjà vu? Hadley, ready for an adventure, decides to check things out and finds herself plunged into a world she never envisioned. The story was enjoyable and the mystery entertaining but most of the fun was traveling with Millie as she embarks on a new journey to a strangely named town with even more strange people in it. Would you drop everything and move to a town with a peculiar name, because an odd little man made you a strange offer? She tells herself that deep down, she knows it's all true. Not only that, but there are other supernatural creatures living there also.