Quill Me Now (The ABCs of Spellcraft, #1)

Quill Me Now (The ABCs of Spellcraft, #1)

by Jordan Castillo Price

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Overview

What if the words you wrote came true?

Spellcraft isn't exactly a respectable business, but it does pay the bills. At least, it should. Unfortunately, Dixon Penn failed his Spellcraft initiation. Instead of working in his family's shop, he's stuck delivering takeout orders in his uncle's beat-up Buick.

Winning a Valentine's Day contest at the largest greeting card company in the tri-state area would be just the thing to get his life back on track—but something at Precious Greetings just doesn't add up. And despite numerous warnings to stop pestering them about his contest entry, he just can't stop himself from coming back again and again.

It doesn't hurt that the head of security is such a hottie. If Dixon had any common sense, he'd be scared of the big, mysterious, tattooed Russian.

To be fair, no one ever accused him of being too smart….

The ABCs of Spellcraft is a series filled with bad jokes and good magic, where MM Romance meets Paranormal Cozy. A perky hero, a brooding love interest, and delightfully twisty-turny stories that never end up quite where you'd expect. 

Book 1, Quill Me Now, originally debuted in the Bad Valentine collection, along with Love Magic by Jesi Lea Ryan, Hidden Hearts by Clare London, and Temporary Dad by Dev Bentham.
 

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156543922
Publisher: JCP Books LLC
Publication date: 05/01/2019
Series: The ABCs of Spellcraft
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 14,208
File size: 446 KB

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Quill Me Now (The ABCs of Spellcraft, #1) 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
LolaReviews 3 months ago
This was a fun and quick read set in a world where words have power. Dixon comes from a scrivener family, but lacks the power himself. In this story he stumbles upon a greeting card contest and get entangled into a bigger conspiracy. The plot was interesting enough and I liked how things got resolved. There were some things that didn't quite make sense, but overall I still had fun reading this one. The romance develops quite quickly and suddenly in a way that was almost funny. I think it was meant to be funny. It kinda worked here. The world building was quite confusing, I had trouble getting a good grasp on the world and had to make some bit revisions to my idea of the world multiple times when suddenly much later we learn a big important piece. Like how normal people know of magic wasn't revealed until 70% in the story. All in all I still mostly enjoyed reading this even tough I had a lot of questions.
Anonymous 5 months ago
JCP+creates+a+quirky+new+world+where+lots+of+potential+adventures+lurk.+Likeable++characters.++Can%27t++wait+for+more%21
Anonymous 6 months ago
If+you%27re+looking+for+a+dark+urban+fantasy+with+duelling+mages+you%27ll+be+disappointed.%0AIf+you%27re+looking+for+a+fun%2C+short%2C+paranormal+cozy+with+questionable++jokes+and+a+smidge+of+romance+you%27ll+be+quite+pleased.+%0AI+just+finished+a+few+minutes+ago+and+immediately+bought+the+next+in+the+series%21
MaraJ73 7 months ago
We all know what happens when it comes to wishes, it is all in the wording well in Quill Me Now, magic and spells is all about the wording too. Who knew the extent of the headache it would be when no one ever wants to leave a restaurant because of the slogan? Dixon knows but unfortunately for him, spellcrafting that runs in his family doesn't seem to run in his veins but he can spot a poorly thought out one a mile away. Having been summoned after sending in an entry to a greeting card contest, Dixon meets Yuri when he warns him to stay away but needing the money a winning entry would bring him Dixon is not easily kept away. That's it about the plot you'll get but let me tell you, Quill Me Now is a lovely holiday gem that I would love to see more of but if this is all we get then it is absolutely delightful. Magic, love, humor, good guys, bad guys all brought together by the writing style of Jordan Castillo Price, what more can a person ask for?
Pika_ 8 months ago
This story was definately a mixed bag for me. I really liked the world building introduced here and there were some clever and amusing twists that I enjoyed. The problem is that the two main leads (and all the other characters) were so flat and one-dimentional that I really could bring myself to really care about what was happening. Their romance was equally flat and uninspiring. So much potential here but it's going to need a heavy re-write in my opinion to flesh out the characters and the motivation and drive for their relationship to make this good.
Anonymous 7 months ago
Very+boring%2C+went+on+and+on+about+nothing.+I+couldn%27t+even+finish+it.