Hex Marks the Spot (Bewitching Series #3)

Hex Marks the Spot (Bewitching Series #3)

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by Madelyn Alt
     
 

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While her boss becomes entranced with a beautiful armoire at the countywide craft bazaar, Maggie can't help noticing the Amish craftsman who made it. Though his clothes may be plain, he himself is more handsome than a man sporting a jawline-only beard has any right to be. And he seems pretty aware that the ladies love his...furniture. But when the hunky craftsman

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While her boss becomes entranced with a beautiful armoire at the countywide craft bazaar, Maggie can't help noticing the Amish craftsman who made it. Though his clothes may be plain, he himself is more handsome than a man sporting a jawline-only beard has any right to be. And he seems pretty aware that the ladies love his...furniture. But when the hunky craftsman turns up dead with a strange hex symbol near his corpse, Maggie wonders if the craft involved is the witchy kind.

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"This new series is going to be a winner."  -ROMANCE READER'S CONNECTION

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ISBN-13:
9781101206539
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
11/27/2007
Series:
A Bewitching Mystery , #3
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
256
Sales rank:
71,547
File size:
702 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Hex Marks the Spot (Bewitching Series #3) 4.2 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 79 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Super natural details were much deeper and interesting in this, the third book of the series. Tom, as a significant character, is really beginning to frustrate me. I really enjoyed the plot of this story. Marcus...all I can say is puuurrr... May I please recommend that others contributing reviews not provide specifics about the turn of events in these books. Please let everyone enjoy the story and don't ruin the plot. Thanks!
edslc More than 1 year ago
Madelyn Alt's latest novel in her "witch" series is an excellent way to momentarily slip into a different reality...humor, excitement, and romance make this a delightful read.
_Chrissy_ More than 1 year ago
Maggie is growing as a character. I love the way Ms. Alt writes in a light cozy manner. No blood and gore here. This book really held my attention from start to finish. Very captivating and bewitching. Great mystery that continued all the way to the conclusion! Thanks Ms. Alt for a Bewitching read! Now...on to No Rest for the Wiccan!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Truly one of my most favorite authors. I can't wait for the next book to come out. I tried reading slowly, just to make it last longer, but couldn't because every page was so endearing. Madelyn's description of everything makes it so easy to visualize the characters and whats going on around them. I was hooked from the very first pages of her first book. I hope this series keeps growing. For now I wait patiently.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This kept me turning pages! I started the series in February and am going to finish them all before I read anything else. It's suspenseful and amusing!
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toomanybooksCP More than 1 year ago
The third I've read in the series hoping the main character stops feeling so squeamish with her newly acknowledged powers. Too slow.
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Although I really enjoy this series, the plot lines are very predictable. I often can guess who the killer is halfway through the book. By this point in the series I would have expected far more character development of Maggie, but it is so slow paced for everything. This series is not truly outstanding but an enjoyable enough storyline.
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