Stuck with a Spell [NOOK Book]

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Barnes and Noble Top 100 Bestselling Romantic Comedy and Humorous Mystery Author D. D. Scott is back...this ...
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Stuck with a Spell

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Overview

Product Description:

Barnes and Noble Top 100 Bestselling Romantic Comedy and Humorous Mystery Author D. D. Scott is back...this time, with the second book in her new series co-authored with David Slegg.

For Stuck with a Spell – Book Two of the Stuck with a Series - think Castle and Beckett gone-country with a bit of Bewitched tossed into the mix.

And for all of you D. D. Scott Bootscootin’ Books and Cozy Cash Mystery Fans, The Mom Squad’s Grams joins the fun!


Book Description:

The Stuck with a Series is Castle gone-country with The Mom Squad and a crazy-ass aunt also in the barnyard. For Stuck with a Spell – Book Two in the Series – there’s a bit of Bewitched tossed into the mix. Think hex an ex.

Nicky Blane, a Bestselling Author and Farmer-in-the-making, doesn’t need to look far to find creative inspiration for his novels. His crazy-ass Aunt Liza, a wanna-be witch, lives next door. But this time, she’s blown it big-time with a hex on her ex that’s gone a wee bit awry.

Think graveyards and Voodoo dolls, spell-casting and cauldrons, potions, raw emotions, and more.

Bonus Content Included:

A Sneak Peek at D. D. and David’s first Stuck with a Series Christmas Novella – STUCK WITH SLEIGH BELLS – is also included.

What if the guy in the big red suit is sick and it’s up to Grams and her Significant Other, Father Time, to save Christmas?
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Editorial Reviews

ENT - Ereader News Today
“...[D. D. Scott] one of the top Romantic Comedy/Humorous Mystery writers out right now.” – ENT (Ereader News Today)
Amazon - Reader Annie
“I really enjoyed this book [STUCK WITH A STIFF]. The authors did a fantastic job, and I could picture myself there as the story played out. It had a little small town humor, along with some big city attitude.”
Amazon - Reader Ann
“This [STUCK WITH A STIFF] was a great, new concept......so looking forward to the next one in this series! I subscribed to receive the next chapter or two each week (in serial format), so these pages were truly "hot off the computer!" It really kept my interest, and I loved all of the characters in this story... even Beulah, Napoleon, and Grendel. The writers did a great job in creating an interesting storyline."
The WG2E - Ruth Harris
“Superfab! WTG, DD & Dave, the hot, new Fun Couple of Serial!” --- Ruth Harris, NYTimes Bestselling Author
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015559415
  • Publisher: D. D. Scott
  • Publication date: 10/5/2012
  • Series: The Stuck with a Series , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 47,687
  • File size: 1,020 KB

Meet the Author

D. D. Scott is a Barnes and Noble Top 100 Bestselling Romantic Comedy and Humorous Mystery Author. She’s also a Writer’s Go-To-Gal for Muse Therapy and Indie Epublishing, the Co-Founder of The WG2E - The Writer’s Guide to E-Publishing, and the Founder of The RG2E – The Reader’s Guide to E-publishing. You can get all the scoop on her, her books, her Online Classes and Live Workshops, plus juicy tidbits too from her new cyber home...D. D. Scott-ville.

David Slegg is a Debut Humorous Mystery Author. He grew up on a cattle farm on the banks of the Wabash River and studied Ag Economics at Purdue. He’s been just about everything under the sun - a waiter, a research technician, a bouncer, a salesman, a mapmaker, a bookseller, an ultra-marathon runner, an AutoCAD drafter, and an editor. In his spare time, he recently earned his MLIS (Master of Library and Information Science) from Simmons College in Boston. His friends have been telling him for years that he should write a book. Let’s just say he’s had an unusually high number of improbably unlucky experiences. We’re talking about the sorts of things that you’d find humorous if they were happening to a character in a novel but not so funny if they were happening to you. He’s happy to be inflicting some of these situations on his characters. Hell, it’s probably therapeutic.
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Customer Reviews

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  • Posted December 30, 2012

    Funny!

    This is a great little book for a day just lounging around doin nothing

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 12, 2014

    Amateurish

    OK for Creative Writing 101. Would garner a C+ perhaps. Writing in various person perspective is not a good idea. It's also good to remember that random profanity is merely the effort of a feeble mind to express itself. Weak character development. Sorry I can' t say one positive thing about this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2013

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    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2013

    Just ok

    I read the first in this series and liked it. This one wasn't near as good.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted October 13, 2012

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