A Witch's Handbook of Kisses and Curses (Half Moon Hollow, #2)
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 284
In this one, we meet Nola, a 1/2 Irish witch. I had a hard time imagining her accent (part Irish & Boston). She was not wholly embracing of her abilities and seemed to want to be more normal, but (happily) by the end she was more comfortable in her own skin. I loved that Jane, Andrea, Dick, and Gabr...
This was a fun read. I always like the Half Moon Hollow because the characters are fun. Everything always has a way to come together in the end. Dick Cheney is still the best character in all of these books.
I always love getting to hang out with Jane and the gang plus meet some fun new characters.
Reviewed at Tempting ReadsI can admit that I enjoy Molly Harper but I don’t always get her humor. I’m not saying they’re bad books or that they’re humorless, just that I don’t get them. Which is what happened through most of the book. I read it–and enjoyed the cast of characters and the revisit w...
3 stars:Now to be fair, I'm not much of a 'witch' fan, there are a few exceptions, but usually I skip 'em, but the synopsis lulled me in...so just bear that in mind. So Quickly my issues:the first half is slow, in particular on the romance front. I almost abandoned it altogether. The hero is a Tota...
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