Title: Who's That Witch? (Holiday Hills Witch #3)
Author: Carolyn Ridder Aspenson
Who's that Witch is a binge worth story that will make reader smile. Who's that Witch is book 3 in a series. With that being said readers will be able to read this book and not be lost at all with the characters and story line.
The characters, story, are a humors laugh out loud enjoyable story anyone will be able to enjoy. This Cozy supernatural story has changed my mind when it comes to supernatural stories.
For anyone needing to change up their reading I high recommend this story.
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for the advance copy of Carolyn Ridder Aspenson Who's That Witch?
Don’t get me wrong, I love it! But being a witch in a predominantly human world is challenging sometimes. My hometown, Holiday Hills, isn’t your typical small town. It’s a magical town, but not to the humans. At least not until recently.
Something’s happening and it’s not good. Magic is no longer hidden, and people are starting to witness events that don’t seem humanly possible. And that’s the problem. They’re not! Now my friends and neighbors are on edge, and some residents are even ready to turn Holiday Hills into the next Salem, Massachusetts.
Someone’s changing the way Holiday Hills works, and it’s my job to fix things before they change humanity and magic forever. The problem is, I don’t know the who, what, when or why…just the where. Now I’ve got to find the witch who’s joining worlds and stop them before they tilt the axis so far, Holiday Hills will never be the same.
About The Author:
Carolyn Ridder Aspenson is a USA Today bestselling author known for her sassy, southern cozy mysteries that feature imperfect women with a flair for telling it like it is. Her stories focus on relationships whether they’re between friends, family members, couples, townspeople or strangers because ultimately, it’s relationships that make a story.
Now an empty-nester, she lives in the Atlanta suburbs with her husband, two Pit Bull-Boxer mix dogs and two cantankerous cats, but you’ll often find her at a local coffee shop people watching (and listening), or as she likes to call it, plotting her next novel.
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