She was so determined to have her own life, that she was living in a really harsh world on her own just so she wouldn't have to admit to her doting aunt that anything wasn't going well. This book was not very good, and I won't be reading any more from the author. The subscription service I use to listen to audiobooks has this one, so I might check it out eventually. Witch Way To Spellbinder Bay is the first book in the Spellbinder Bay Cozy Paranormal Mystery Series. This was an adorable way to start the series and I am looking forward to the next book.
Things are pretty dire for Millie. Not only that, but there are other supernatural creatures living there also. This book was ok, but I won't go out of my way to read more, But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I'd pick it up. By exposing her own life, complete with its triumphs and failures, Mrs. Narration: Pearl Hewitt did a good job with the performance. Millie Thorn is at the lowest point in her life, and that is when a unique man enters her life an promises her something better. This book made it into my top 5 of favourite books ever! This is a voluntary review of an Advanced Reader Copy of this book from Hidden Gems Books.
Its worth reading if you like light crime fiction with paranormal fantasy tossed in, but bear in mind Millie is learning about herself as well as tangled up with a murder mystery so every now and again the story flips between the two, or three when you include Spellbinder Bay and getting to know the other occupants. Would you drop everything and move to a town with a peculiar name, because an odd little man made you a strange offer? 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. Having nowhere else to go, she goes to Spellbinder Bay, where she is informed that she is a witch. I mean, if someone walked up to me today to tell me and show me what they told and showed Millie - I'd have reacted the same way. Would you drop everything and move to a town with a peculiar name, because an odd little man made you a strange offer? Having just been conned, she has no money, no job and she lives in a damp and dingy apartment below street level.
Millie Thorn did, and she could never have guessed what mysteries and revelations were awaiting her in the magical town of Spellbinder Bay. It is also a story about finding that place in your heart that you truly call home. It is a decision that dhe must make by herself. 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. 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.
I got a little frustrated with Millie from time to time in her reluctance to accept what she is seeing with her own eyes and she might have had a freak out or two when she learns about the paranormal community, but overall, she is likable and entertaining. 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. The story will enchant you, so be aware. Did Millie make the correct decision when she decided to move to the bay? Did Millie make the correct decision when she moved to the bay? Most young ladies would not consider it, but Millie decides to take a chance and boy, did she embark on a life changing something! Having just been conned, she has no money, no job and she lives in a damp and dingy apartment below street level. This new series is fun and fascinating. There turn out to be many reasons that she New Witch I loved this book. I never had the slightest clue about the resolution or the ending.
Every character portrayed in the story was easily likable even the grouchy ones. Millie is a reluctant new witch but as she gets used to the town, she becomes a little more comfortable with the idea. I was able to listen at my normal 1. Although she ini 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. Download and start listening now! Is it just déjà vu? 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. 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. How is she supposed to track down a murderer? 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.
So now she has to learn who she is, identify a murdered, and learn to accept her new reality. Her she learns that she is a witch and witnesses a murder, its enough to send most people over the edge, but Millie is strong, and she slowly learns to adjust to the idea that she is a witch while she helps thee local police detective investiga This is the first book in the Spellbinder Bay series. Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books. Listen to a clip: About Sam Short Sam Short loves writing, narrowboats, and laughing. Normally, I go for a deeper story but this was a breath of fresh air. In a lot of ways it is too much for her and she is tempted to run away.
It's a solid murder mystery, but, has a very unique ending. Things are pretty dire for Millie. . Millie Thorn is at the lowest point in her life, and that is when a unique man enters her life an promises her something better. 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 began writing in 2014, but didn't really get up a head of steam until I've always loved reading, and promised myself that one day I'd write a book.
I really enjoyed this first book in a new series and look forward to the next one. Millie is at a real low point in her life when she is given an offer too good to refuse. She must discover who she is, and why she feels like she's been to the town before. With my new found freedom, and with bills to pay, I began writing. Then Henry shows up and things happen to make her decide to move to Spellbinder Bay.
With talk of another dimension known as The Chaos, and with an unlikely board of directors running the local school—there's a lot for Millie to learn, and should she decide to stay in town—a lot for her to accept, too. Witch Way to Spellbinder Bay by Narrator: Series: Published by on December 25, 2018 Genres: , Length: 8 hours, 16 minutes Format: Source: Publisher , , 3. It seems Moonstone Bay has a killer on the loose … and he may be stalking Hadley, although no one can figure out why. Witch Way To Spellbinder Bay is the first book in the Spellbinder Bay Cozy Paranormal Mystery Series. I'd like to beat you with a switch. As you read along you start to learn more about Millie as well as the town and its people.