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Publisher's Summary

Recovering witch Garnet Lacey owns Wisconsin's premier occult bookstore. And a fringe benefit of the job is getting customers like Sebastian Von Traum - piercing brown eyes, a sexy accent, and a killer body. The only thing missing is an aura. Which means he's dead. And that means trouble - something Garnet's a sucker for....
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2 out of 5 stars
By Amy J on 08-11-13

Tall, Dark, Dead & Poorly Edited

This book has inspired me to write my first review. I have listened to 100s of book on audible and frequently let the reviews guide my purchase but have never been moved to review a book before. I bought this book because the storyline seemed like fun and the narrator, Ms. Ronconi, is my favorite narrator. She does an excellent job, as usual, giving each character their own unique voice. The story itself was sweet, funny, romantic and entertained me from start to finish. It reminded me very much of Molly Harper's novels, also narrated by Ms. Ronconi. At this point I will try to explain why this book only received a 2 star rating. The editing was awful. The first hour or two was seamless but after that everything went south. Phrases were overlapped on top of each other, spacing between words would lag way, way too long. Everything would be fine for a minute or two and then the issues would start again. I was able to decipher the sentence structure but it was unbelievably frustrating and very distracting. The errors were so noticeable that I believe nobody gave the final product even a cursory listen. If I were the author I would be very disappointed and embarrassed that this was the final result.
I have to admit though I enjoyed the story and narration enough that I plan on downloading at least the next book in the series.

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3 out of 5 stars
By lindag319 on 05-30-13

Technical difficulties?

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I would recommend the authur and the story, but not the audible version. There are an overwhelming number of instances of POOR editing. So many that it distracts from the overall experience of this book. But I do enjoy Amanda Ronconi and look for books she has narrated. .

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5 out of 5 stars
By Andromeda's Twin on 05-15-13

Loved this

I shall start by saying that Amanda Ronconi is most likely responsible for the 'awesomeness' of this audio version but that said, the story is great. I enjoyed it immensely and have no desire to post any spoilers but feel it only fair to say that fans of Molly Harper's Jane Jameson or Nicole Peeler's Jane True are most likely going to enjoy these books.

There is humour, intrigue and romance with a paranormal edge that just makes everything so much more enjoyable.

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7 of 7 people found this review helpful

3 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 06-10-14

Not for a middle aged woman like me!

Any additional comments?

I think this story would suit a much younger listener, late teens early twenties.
The style of writing was not for me but I think the Twilight generation would enjoy it

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5 out of 5 stars
By Jazztyke on 07-09-15

Fun story, well written and very well narrated

So, you're a witch on the run from a Vatican kill squad and you come across a drop dead gorgeous daylighter. What's a girl to do?
Why, go out for a drink and let him take you back to his place of course - which is when it gets really interesting!
I came across this story (there's 5 in the series) because I was looking for more books narrated by Amanda Ronconi (she does all the Molly Harper books too - check 'em out, you won't regret it) and was stoked to discover Tate Halladay is another great writer. Her stories are funny, quirky and 'different'.
So now I have another author to follow -bonus! :D

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