Monday, October 23, 2017

Fabulous Freebie Book Review - Something Wicked by Louise Marley

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Review by Anniek

Kat is married to Jack, but is sick and tired of feeling lonely. In an attempt to attract her husband’s attention again she flees to Raven’s cottage, taking Jack’s cat Mister Snuggles with her. She inherited Raven’s Cottage from her aunt and Kat quickly settles in, running the attached coffee shop and bookstore. Raven’s cottage was once the home of a witch named Magik Meg and the locals believe the cottage is still haunted by her. Ever since Kat arrived strange things keep happening. Is this the work of Magik Meg or is it someone else?

Kat has a very down-to-earth personality. She always looks for logical explanations first when something's going on. Kat had a terrible accident eight years ago and she never regained her memories about that frightful day. I couldn't wait to find out if she'd ever find out what happened. I also enjoyed reading about how she overcomes her fears, she’s so resourceful and smart. Plus she's talented in many ways, the cookies that Kat bakes made my mouth water and I would have loved it if I could visit her coffee shop and bookstore in real life.

Something Wicked is a story full of suspense and magic. I’ve always been fascinated by stories about witches and their magic. I loved it that Louise Marley tells the stories of both Kat and Meg. They go really well together and I loved their natural flow. Kat and Meg both have mysteries surrounding their lives and I was hooked from the start. Louise Marley knows how to write a magical story and definitely managed to enchant me.

Advice

If you love magical stories about witches and like a good mystery Something Wicked will definitely spellbind you.

Free book


Something Wicked is free on Amazon from October 23rd to October 27th.

If you'd like to check out all Freebies and Promotions by Louise Marley visit her wonderful website.

13 comments:

  1. Suspense and magic sounds like a great mix-up! Never heard about this book before, thanks for bringing it to my attention :)

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  2. Thank you Anniek! Such a lovely review! x

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  3. This book is "my cup of tea", looking forward to reading it!

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  4. This sounds like a great book. I will have to check it out. Thanks for the review.

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  5. Sounds interesting and the cover looks great!

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  6. This sounds very entertaining!

    --Trix

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  7. Sounds like a great read, thank you!

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  8. It sounds great, resourceful heroines FTW! (also, OT: that cover model is so pretty and I absolutely covet her hair)

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  9. I like the idea of reading both woman's stories simultaneously.

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  10. It sounds like a fun read. I love witches.

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  11. Louise is quite right: Evil can be tempting!

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