Witch Tammy Jo
Trask can’t control her magic, and that has brought her to
the attention of WAM, the World Association of Magic. They
plan to test her abilities, and if she fails, well, things
won’t turn out well for her. To help her prepare they’ve
sent Jordan Perth, who brings along fire witch Incendio
Maldaron. Even though Tammy Jo knows that losing this
challenge may cost her her life, she has bigger fish to
accidentally let loose pixie dust, which sets the town of
Duvall, Texas, on its ears, making everyone do crazy things.
Tammy Jo’s not sure what to do about things. Despite
warnings from WAM to stay away from him, she seeks advice
from attorney and witch Bryn Lyons, which puts both of them
Tammy Jo is
attracted to Bryn, but there’s always those feelings she
still has for her ex-husband, Zach, who doesn’t believe in
the magical stuff but wants to keep his ex-wife by his side.
Tammy Jo has to
figure out a way to gather the pixie dust to set things in
town to right, and keep from being vaporized by WAM. Can she
put things to right, or will Duvall be blown off the map?
Southern Witch series is a mixture of magic and romance that
keeps me laughing. Barely Bewitched, the
second book, focuses more on the magical part rather than
the romance, but I still found it very entertaining. The
action is continual and the situations go from bad to worse
for Tammy Jo and her town.
One of the
things I love about this series is Tammy Jo’s spunk and her
ability to face anything and not back down. She is her own
woman and faces her challenges head on.
I loved the way
Ms. Frost wove in new elements to the series, which kept me
turning the pages and wondering exactly what was going to
happen next. The ending put a smile on my face and made me
wish I had to make Tammy Jo’s decisions.
is full of sexual tension, magical mayhem and goes from one
crazy situation to another. All of this combines to provide
a fun read that kept me entertained and left me wanting