Magical Influence Book One [NOOK Book]

Overview

I'm a witch. Not your usual kind though. No fire bolts and brooms for me, just hard work. Work that is about to get all the harder. When my mad grandmother's behavior brings a mysterious detective knocking at my door, I find it impossible to get rid of him. When the evil of forces of the universe start climbing up my walls and crawling through my windows, I can't get rid of them either.
Soon I'm embattled, and with nowhere to run and no one to ...

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Magical Influence Book One

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Overview

I'm a witch. Not your usual kind though. No fire bolts and brooms for me, just hard work. Work that is about to get all the harder. When my mad grandmother's behavior brings a mysterious detective knocking at my door, I find it impossible to get rid of him. When the evil of forces of the universe start climbing up my walls and crawling through my windows, I can't get rid of them either.
Soon I'm embattled, and with nowhere to run and no one to rely on, I find out exactly what it takes to be a witch in the modern age.
Magical Influence is a light, humorous urban fantasy that follows the exploits of Miss Esme Sinclair and her wayward extended family.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045330848
  • Publisher: Odette C. Bell
  • Publication date: 10/6/2013
  • Series: Magical Influence , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 23,416
  • File size: 289 KB

Meet the Author

I live in Australia with two giant, fluffy cats. I try to write whenever I can, reasoning that eating and sleeping are luxuries that can be ignored.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2014

    Whine, whine, whine

    WHINE! That should have been the title. I absolutely hated Esme. She whined all through the book with really no redeeming qualities. She showed no backbone until the last few pages of the book--that was 156+ pages out of 165 total pages of the book! Even when it was pointed out fairly early in the book that all her problems were because she was whining and complaining she never stopped. I did finish the book but it was extremely painful to do so. I read about 6 - 10 books a week and have read several of this author's other books. I don't think I have ever read a book where I have felt this strongly about the main character. I honestly hoped she would be killed off and the following series would be about her grandmother. If this is the first book you have read by this author please don't judge her other books by this one. I have enjoyed her other books and series. Needless to say I won't be continuing this series. I very rarely write reviews especially negative ones but I felt compelled to do so with this book. If this book wasn't on my Nook I would burn it!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2014

    Bad.

    A word to the author. If you are going to set a book in the U.S., with American characters, it is very important to use American English.

    Whine, gripe, complain. That is the entirety of the book. Bad things are happening because I have spent almost a year on a pity party. My grandmother continually warns me what my negativity will cause. Sure enough, the world comes crashing down. But I can change it as easily as changing my attitude. So what do I do? I climb up on the pity potty and wail doom and gloom for all I'm worth. Woe is me.

    I loved other works by Ms. Bell. This one, well, I wish there was a negative star rating.

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