Tuesday 20 December 2011

A Review for Jingle Hells (Witches Anonymous #2) by Misty Evans

Posted by Guest Reviewer Melanie
Published Date: October 10th, 2011
Finished Date: December 16th, 2011
Source: For Review from Author
Format: Kindle
Pages: Unknown
The Blurb from Goodreads: Word’s gotten around Heaven (and Hell) that Amy tricked the angel Gabriel and helped Adam with his second trial with temptation. Now Samson shows up on her doorstep looking for true love, and Delilah’s not far behind, insisting she wasn’t the one who cut off his hair. In order to get both of them out of her ice cream shop and back into each others’ arms, Amy must become a relationship expert and a detective while completing Step Two of Witches Anonymous. But will believing in a higher power help Amy in her quest, or make matters worse?

The Review: So, in this festive edition of Witches Anonymous we find Amy still being hounded by the lusty Lucifer, Pining for Adam whilst he’s off ‘finding himself’, wondering what on earth has happened to her sister and still trying not to use her magic. It’s nearly Christmas and Amy is hosting a WA meeting in her store when low and behold who bursts into the place but Samson followed shortly after by Delilah. Yes, the Samson & Delilah from the bible with long hair and strength in abundance galore, Guess it’s their turn for redemption as he demands that Amy finds out the truth behind Delilah’s betrayal. Amy hasn’t got a clue what is going on and while she tries to help out she finds that maybe Delilah wasn’t as much to blame as we’d been lead to believe, but how can she know for sure? and where the hell did that cat come from?
Yet more fun and games for Amy in the form of another biblical story- I’m sensing a theme to the series here- and its Samson’s turn. This was yet another easy read, good fun, filled with laugh out loud, comic moments and no let-up in the pace. Amy is still trying to stay on the WA program but struggles when she constantly has these strange circumstances thrust upon her but she deals with them in typical Amy fashion and although she is all about Adam at the minute she seems to warming back up to Luc especially after what happens in this. Loved how she tried to make Adam’s first Christmas back really special because being a witch, it wasn’t something she celebrated so that was nice and she seemed to really get into Christmas and the solstice too for her friend. Just thinking about Amy, she wants to let us think she is some sort of heathen but deep down she is really a good person, putting other people before herself and always trying to do the right thing and again I’m wondering what the wording of a certain spell has really done for Amy. It’s hard not to be spoilery with my reviews because I just want to ramble about it, it was like 2 stories in one and I got my first sad moment of the series in this plus my heart bled for a couple of people too but that just made me love them more and with this being a festive edition the biggest message I got from this was love & forgiveness and left me with a warm, fuzzy feeling. I can’t wait to find out what’s next for Amy & the gang.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

And its available on UK kindle for 89p

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