Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Book review: Any Witch Way You Can, by Amanda M. Lee

Any Witch Way You Can (Wicked Witches of the Midwest, #1)Any Witch Way You Can by Amanda M. Lee
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I read this as part of the Witches and Witchcraft Reading Challenge.

In a tiny town in lower peninsula Michigan, Bay and her cousins Clove and Thistle are 20-something witches. They deal with their jobs, and with their strange and overbearing mothers and their great Aunt Tilly, who are also witches.

As if the town didn't find them odd enough, Bay stumbled onto the body of a murdered teenager in a local corn maze. That's just about the time that a biker gang rolls into town. And one of those guys is pretty sexy.

So, is the biker gang responsible for the crime? Not the sexy one! Will the cousins and aunts solve the mystery before the police do? And what about the ghost that only Bay can see?

As a whodunit, it's kind of flat. Figuring out the whodunit and what's up with the biker dude were pretty simple. The family conversations were kind of entertaining, but seemed a bit random. All in all, I felt like I came into the middle of a series, always one step behind on the in-jokes. This is the first book in the series, so that doesn't bode very well.

Apart from that, the grammar and punctuation were off, and for some reason, that bothered me.

It's unlikely I'll be reading any more in the series.

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