From USA Today bestselling author Dionne Lister comes an exciting new paranormal cosy mystery series.
All it takes is one morning for Sydney Photographer Lily Bianchi's life to go off the rails and over a cliff.
A well-dressed English woman turns up at her door, swearing she's a witch. If that’s not crazy enough, she explains Lily’s brother, James, has been kidnapped and the Paranormal Investigation Bureau needs Lily’s help finding him.
And the craziest part? The Englishwoman tells Lily she's a witch too. Before she can say, “Where’s my coffee?” she’s on a plane bound for Westerham, England. Unfortunately, England’s not as welcoming as she hoped--she's barely arrived before she gets set up, arrested and almost shot.
Things can only get better from here, right? Yeah, right…
Zany, fun, and delightful. I will definitely read the rest of this series🤗💗55
This book is a funny mystery (an oxymoron in any language). The subjects are serious but are treated with light relief so that you are not alarmed by what is occurring. A cozy mystery that is sure to please.55
The whole series is a great Rom Com! The action builds with each book and then at book 14 the “Witch War” begins. This is one of those series that you have to read in order to see the growth of LIly and her circle of friends. It is not a deep thought provoking. It is light entertainment and a great way to sit back and relax with plenty of sarcasm and spunk to make you smile.55
I love paranormal mysteries. They are funny, keeps you busy as you follow the story line. This was no exception.55
The last three chapters grabbed my attention the most. Fillers at minimum. Alright read. Helped me get through Internet shutdown in Sudan 🙂35
Such a cute story.. It’s kind of like if Harry Potter were a young adult, and also had boobs lol.. Love it!55
Cute and easy read. Main character a bit flippant tending to lead away from any seriousness in the story line. Fun distraction.45
The main character is an adult acting like a teen age girl. The scarcasm is funny in the first chapter, but after learning someone from her family is hurt, and he is the only one left to call a family, there is no sadness in her, she rather seemed to enjoy all the expensive thngs she got. The mention of coffee and puking in the same sentence is very 'eww'. Its disturbing how she was more hurt at stranger's father's death than her own family member missing. Her sarcasm gets worse as the story progresses, its like she only has got one emotion. I skimmed to the end just mark the book complete. I didnt care what happened to her family, because the main character didnt seem to care at all, she was too busy being funny, calling out 'adults', being sexist to hot guys, puking and at the same time drinking coffee. Product placement like, famous coffee brand, airline name, devices she uses is soo annoying and forced. There are very few men in the story and all are described as hot, blondie and some cheap words. That's really sexist. There nothing magical in this witch's world.35
I was 28% into the story, but I just couldn’t really get into it.35
She doesn’t have any experience at witchcraft so all experiences are new and exciting. Photography is her talent, so we experience events through her lens, albeit occasionally blurrily 😄. That’s all I am going to tell you, enjoy the book.55