Dime Store Magic (Women of the Otherworld #3)
Paige Winterbourne is a witch. Not that you'd notice - no warts, no green skin, no cute little wiggle of the nose whenever she casts a spell. No, most of the time she's just a normal 23-year-old girl; works too hard, worries about her weight, wonders if she'll ever find a boyfriend. Okay, so she... show more
Paige Winterbourne is a witch. Not that you'd notice - no warts, no green skin, no cute little wiggle of the nose whenever she casts a spell. No, most of the time she's just a normal 23-year-old girl; works too hard, worries about her weight, wonders if she'll ever find a boyfriend. Okay, so she does have an adopted teenage daughter, Savannah, who wants to raise her black witch of a mother from the dead. And who is being stalked by a telekinetic half-demon and an all-powerful cabal of sorcerers. But other than that, Paige has a really ordinary life. That is, until the neighbours find out who she is, and all hell breaks loose. Literally…
Publish date: September 4th 2008
Publisher: Little Brown Book Group
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Women of the Otherworld (#3)
I didn't really like Paige in the second installments of the Otherworld series (arrogance meet stupid and her colleague weakness), but I thought that might have been due to Elena being such a cool heroine, so I decided to give Paige a chance. But nope. I got really impatient with her - not a goo...
Yeah, I am giving this book zero stars. I couldn't find more ineptitude in both writing and the story/characters if I tried. This is my first and last book from Kelly Armstrong. Paige is the MC and she is an utterly crapastic moron. She is only the leader of the North American Coven because she in...
Listening to this for the first time. Narration is much better than books one and two. This narrator does many of books going forward, which I'm excited about.
Dime Store Magic was my introduction to Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld series told in first person by various female characters. I didn't feel lost even though I hadn't read the two previous books, Bitten and Stolen, although obviously if you start here you'll encounter spoilers for both those ...