Lynlee Lincoln is a fun and entertaining witch. Not only is she a witch she is a neutralizer (she takes care of magical and undead creatures.) Lynlee is the girl who steps in and cleans up when magical creatures make a mess of things with us humans. This witch has character , and spunk. A character you can easily relate to and love. I personally love that she uses her magic wand to cast her magic.
Lynlee and her human boyfriend Beck rekindle a past relationship that leads to a sweet little romance. The one issue between them is magic and how Beck feels about witches and other magical creatures. Unknown to him he married a nymph and brought magic right to his door. His wife died and Beck is left dad to two lovely half magic children. He needs help when his daughter becomes very sick and i is being scared by a troll. Beck turns to Lynlee for help and this is where we begin.
Lynlee takes a case to hunt down a black witch who is just bad. She has created quite a bit of chaos among the magical beings and Lynlee is going to bring her in for her goblin friend Tig. The black witch is collecting ingredients for a potion . The skin of a vampire, the sand of a sand man, the blood of a werecat. Lynlee has to stop her before she becomes to dangerous and even more powerful. This witch is nothing but trouble.
This is a fun and lighthearted read. Olivia Hardin has given you easy and likable characters , a bit of magic, and a bit of family. If you enjoy either I think you'll like this series.
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A little bit about the author ~A native Texas girl, Olivia lives in the beautiful Lone Star state with her husband, Danny and their puppy, Bonnie. Connect with Olivia and Get information about releases, contests, news and more here: Website / Facebook / Twitter
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Living at the Whiteheads Zoo received a complimentary copy of this book for reviewing . All opinions shared are my own .