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Pentacles and Pelting Plants

Sunday, March 20, 2022

Pentacles and Pelting Plants (2021) Amy Lane (Hedge Witches Lonely Hearts Club)

Pentacles and Pelting PlantsJordan’s coven screwed up.

Badly.

“It’s more personal than that,” he said. “The magic itself was offended. We hadn’t just told a polite lie on paper— we’d told a polite lie to ourselves.”

Tow of their friends as lost in space and time, the problems in their neighborhood are getting worse, and they can’t seem to figure out how to make things better, so they ask them magic for assistance.

What the get is a pissed-off wizard who was pulled through a portal halfway across the country.

And what does Mack the wizard get in repayment?

To sleep in a vengeful witches cottage.

“Are you kidding me?” he asked from the doorway.

True to form, the music was barely quiet enough to make it possible to fall asleep while listening to it, but loud enough to seep into the dreams of anyone in the cottage. “Could be worse,” Jordan said. “I had a week of ‘Wichita Lineman’ last winter. Enjoy.”

What I particularly liked about this book was the focus on what the magic could do. It was interesting to consider, and just as likely as those with magical power would be just as obnoxious as those with political and financial power. (ie Mack’s family)

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

Rating: 7.8/10

Categories: 7.5/10, eBook, LGBT, Romance, Sexual Content, Supernatural
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