Wednesday, November 13, 2013

REVIEW: Easy Bake Coven by Liz Schulte

Kerry's review of Easy Bake Coven by Liz Schulte
I give this book 4.5 stars!

I love this book! I was intrigued by the title and it only got better from there. I felt bad for Selene getting thrust into a world she had no memory of living in but I love how she deals with everything being thrown at her. The author’s writing style is descriptive without being overpowering and very easy to follow. The story has just enough calmness in between the action that it isn’t overwhelming but not too slow as to bore the reader. Overall I found this very likable, funny and extremely addicting. I can’t wait to get the next in the series.

For Selene Warren being a witch is no big deal. She dabbles in harmless magic with her friends and never thinks much about it. However, when a stranger who seems to know her shows up at her studio and her grandmother is brutally attacked, her simple life becomes complicated.
A world of elves, half-elves, fae—and one peculiar Sekhmet named Femi open up to her. She will discover that fairy tales are real, politics are ugly in any world, and there is a lot more to her life than she ever dreamed possible.
This new reality threatens swallow Selene whole, but with a forgotten past beating down her door, she will have to dive in to save her future.

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