DIAL WITCH by Jo-Ann Carson - A Reader's Opinion


DIAL WITCH by Jo-Ann Carson

A Reader's Opinion


This is another winner for Jo-Ann Carson! Unputdownable!


Readers will laugh out loud while an enchantress shares her magic!

Dial Witch is the first spellbinding and fun book in the Dial Witch trilogy written by Jo-Ann Carson. The sorceress, Jane Black, is the sister of Cassie Black the heroine of the Perfect Brew trilogy. Paranormal elements will make you laugh out loud! It is such a delightful read!


Jo-Ann Carson has created these wonderful characters to offer her readers an absolutely incredible introduction to her Dial Witch trilogy.

Magic is in the air in the small town of Mystic Keep. A new witch is in town, so watch out for Jane, her magic will go out of control. She has opened a new shop named Dial Witch, to help and offer her services as a talented enchantress. All the trouble begins when a client asks to make her husband disappear or fix him, then break a curse! Can she help everyone with her potions and spells? She has found a community of shifters, mages, and witches that will turn her magic upside down. Can she fix her small town? Find out in Dial Witch.

 

Dial Witch


Trouble brews when a psychic enchantress shares her magic.


When the sorceress Jane Black offers spells, potions, and tarot card readings to the regular folk in her small town, she finds herself in a cauldron of hot water. Despite her good intentions, spells spiral out of control, potions backfire, and people turn against her. As Jane’s problems multiply, a drool-worthy dragon enforcer, arrives on her doorstep and gives her an ultimatum. While the universe stacks impossible odds against her, a hot dragon breathes down her neck, and Vixen, her snarky familiar, harangues her every move, Jane refuses to give up. She’s determined to make things better for everyone, or die trying. Is Jane’s magic strong enough to heal the town’s problems? Will her full-service sorcery store, survive? And what exactly will Leos the dragon set on fire?


Dial Witch is the first book in the Dial Witch trilogy, set in the Mystic Keep world. It chronologically follows The Perfect Brew trilogy, but can easily be read as a standalone story.

 

BOOK INFO

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Release: September 7, 2021

Type: Novel

Format Read: E-Book

Source: Provided by the author or publisher

Reviewed by: Nicole Laverdure

Content Rating: 3 Hearts—Now that's chemistry! We love when two people know how to express their passion, but we like it even more when they do it behind closed doors.


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