Publish date: January 12th 2011
Publisher: Vanilla Heart Publishing
Pages no: 236
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Cozy Mystery
I don't know if I was just not in the mood for this book or what, but it just felt a bit silly now and again. Stacy, I think, can be compared to the paranormal version of Janet Evanovich's "Stephanie Plum" character. I think the ending felt slightly rushed like the author needed to fit 5 pg's in 1. ...
This isn't getting four stars because it is brilliant, its getting four stars because I loved the story. I know folks wanted to smack Stacy aaround for making really bad decisions with her actions but its a fluff book! A cotton candy fun read.The characters need a bit more plumping up and as much as...
★★★☆ (3.5 Stars)Stacy is not just a journalist for the newspaper in a small tourist town, she's also a witch from a long line of witches. When there is a fire in her cousin's bar both are immediately suspected of arson, but more is going on. A body is discovered behind a false wall in the basement a...
This was a fun paranormal cozy mystery. Nothing too mind-blowing with the mystery, but it was definitely an enjoyable read. Stacy was a likable character and the touch of paranormal (being part of a family of witches) made the book just a bit more intriguing.Opal Fire was a free Kindle book I downlo...
This is one of the few books that I did not research with my book group or read reviews about, other than here on Goodreads. Her second book was available for free on Amazon and I do not like to start a series like that. I found this book was offered through Amazon Prime so I checked it out.It is ...
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