Don't Hex with Texas

Don't Hex with Texas

by Shanna Swendson
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Don't Hex with Texas 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 66 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've enjoyed all of the books of the series, and this one did not dissapoint either. I do know for a fact that another book is supposed to be in the series after this one. However it may never be released, it all depends on the sales of this book. I urge people who enjoy reading to pick this one up. It has a little bit of everything for everyone...comedy, danger, and romance. So pick it up at the store or order it online, and don't let the series end like this. Make sure that the last book is the fifth book, not the fourth book.
writer-historyreader More than 1 year ago
All these books are a delightful blend of urban fantasy and romance.
BiblioJunkies More than 1 year ago
I’m not sure I can do this review without spoilers, so if you are like me and hate too much information, STOP READING and I’m sorry! In Book 4, DHWT, Katie has returned home to Texas to live a magic free life. Or so she thought until she sees spots someone using magic in her small town. The Bad: I did not like Katie’s retreat to Texas. It seemed out of character for her to walk away, not just from Owen, but from her friends and more importantly from this battle that had become so much of her life. I realize it was to set up the things we learn in DHWT, but I still had a hard time buying it. DHWT is probably the slowest paced of the books, but I’ve still read it about 5 times if that tells you anything.J The Good: Katie’s crazy family is present and accounted for in DHWT. There are plenty of funny situations – such as Katie’s grandma and her mother. Plus, we finally get some Katie-Owen alone time. I DO love the ending and was devastated when Shanna announced in 2008 that Ballantine wasn’t going to pursue Book 5. There’s still so much to discover, including all the mystery surrounding Owen and his destiny. Thus my complete joy at discovering that today, August 15, 2012, Shanna is self-publishing Book 5, now known as Much Ado About Magic AND that there will be a Book 6 later this fall!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good series, however Swendson LEAVES IT UNFINISHED and WILL NOT WRITE THE 8TH BOOK. Per the author the story is "pretty much closed out in my head". BE WARNED, YOU'LL READ 7 GREAT BOOKS AND THE AUTHOR LEAVES YOU HANGING. You'll just have to make up your own ending because Swendson's moved on without completing this series.
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I really enjoy this series. I like the characters and there is a lot of intrigue in this book to keep you on your toes. Who is magical and who is not? I really like Owen Palmer too, I just wish he would make a move!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fun romp if a bit angst-y. Katie's retreat to small town family does not go as planned. Soon up to the courthous in paranormal activities eventually bringing in familiar faces. A little less small town and Owen/Katie angst would have netted higher marks from me but still a fun series.
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AngeAZ More than 1 year ago
I've enjoyed all of the books in this series, and this one did not disappoint.  This series has had me cracking up and bummed that it ended.  Okay for teens too.
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I was so glad I went ahead and read this one. The reviews really didn't do it justice. It was Fantastic. I think she was great in dealing with her mother. Really she is so nice. Owen is just adorable. Best book yet.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed this one, set in small-town Texas, even more than the NYC-based novels. Great fun, good writing, inventive. A winner.
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lynn639 More than 1 year ago
Shanna Swendson has out done herself on this series
JenLS More than 1 year ago
I love this series, but this is my least favorite in it.  It really aggravated me the way she interacted with her mother.  I know it's just fiction, but I was getting very annoyed with the whole thing.  I'm on book 6 in the series now.  
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Good entertainment if read by itself. Best if read in order as part of this series. Continues the characters development and add more possibilities. Texas is really not an essential element, but gets the story away from the magic colony in New York City.
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This whole series was a ball to read. I thoroughly enjoyed each book and look forward to the next. The stories were simple, contemporary and silly. No literary profundity, just a well put together imaginative journey through a magical non-reality. As a lover of contemporary magical realism. I could not have chosen a better series for my summer reading. Too Cute!!
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