[Read] ➵ Small Town Witch (Fae of Calaveras, #1) ➱ Kristen S. Walker – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk

Small Town Witch (Fae of Calaveras, #1) The Perfect Life Or The Perfect Lie.Teen Witch Rosamunde Thinks She Has It All Friends, Parties, A Happy Family, And Magic At Her Fingertips But Something Dark Lurks Underneath The Surface When Rosa Uncovers Strange Spells In Her House, The Illusion Of The Perfect Life Begins To Crack, Hinting At Family Secrets She Never Imagined.With The Help Of Her Friends And The Handsome Kitsune Kai, Rosa Peels Back The Layers Of Lies Her Search For The Truth Will Take Her Far From Home, Into The Dangerous Land Of Faerie But If The Truth Threatens Her Family S Apparent Happiness, Will She Choose To Live With The Lie Or Break The Enchantment That Binds Them All

10 thoughts on “Small Town Witch (Fae of Calaveras, #1)

  1. says:

    I really enjoyed this book, it was an adorable concept I LOVED the idea of a small town devoted to supernatural and normal people living amongst each other and aware of it I really liked Rosa as the main character, she felt very real and acted like any other sixteen yr old would The interactions between the supes and normies was very interesting Having a school where both types of people could go was neat, and the fae ball even cooler Besides this being a su...

  2. says:

    I liked reading this book Small Town Witch is a town with an array of paranormal beings The story was quite good Rosa, a teen witch, has a difficult task ahead of her Her friends help her deal with the situation and aid in what needs to be done The characters are all great Well written Recommended

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    Rosamunde is a sixteen year old witch living in small town Madrone, Northern California In the world of this story, humans and magical creatures, or magikin, coexist in relative peace, with a series of laws and rules regulating the magical beings activities Rosamunde herself is a regular human who made a pact with a fae in order to obtain her magical powers and follow in her mother s footsteps She s eager to learn advanced spells, but her mother, who has been teaching her for the past three years, thinks she s not ready, much to Rosamunde s frustration.Magic isn t weird in this world In fact, at Rosamunde s private school, sorcery and magitek are electives she attends faerikin parties with invisible floating dance floors and many of her friends have some magikin blood in them.I found the setting fascinating, and all the little imaginative details really brought Madrone to life in my mind I was enchanted and I didn t want to leave On the other hand, the characters are all drawn vividly, with their very real problems and intriguing personalities that ground them even in this world where magic is the norm Rosamunde herself is a great character, strong and smart but real, and her voice, which narrates the book in first person, rang true I loved the other characters too, especially the faerikin Ashleigh and Glen,...

  4. says:

    Did I enjoy this book You know what It was great Think Harry Potter with cell phones Humans and fae share control of the magical town of Madrone, so along with the usual teen angst, high school s also filled with multi day faerie parties, vampires, and parents who use locator spells to keep track of their kids I was expecting to have to put my willing suspension of disbelief to the test, but Walker manages to mix everything from shape shifting and sorcery to family politics and teen sexual exploration into a cohesive, delightful story Walker s young adult readers might...

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    Rosamunde is a witch, so is her mother It s not so unusual, at least not in Madrone, a gold rush town where faeriekin abound Rosa, as her friends know her and her sister Akasha go to Crowther Private Academy, the Jr and Sr High School for magikin, few humans, even witches or scorcerers go there In Rosa s class there were only 5 humans.Her family gets along very well, almost never arguing, or fighting about anything Even her friends think they are exceptionally nice to each other Rosa is at that age where she should start dating, but really, she s never wanted to Just the thought of dating makes her blush She slowly starts t...

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    I originally rated this a five star but feel the need to adjust it This is rare for me but I feel this review needs to be adjusted honestly Yes I did enjoy the story, but it doesn t earn it an auto five star when actually with all the skimming I had to do with the over wor...

  7. says:

    This was a pretty fun read I enjoyed the characters and the story My only complaint is there were a few minor inconsistencies, nothing major thoughpretty much comes with the territory of self published fiction Overall, I had a lot of fun reading it If you are looking for a quick and fun rea...

  8. says:

    I would read the second book if there was one D

  9. says:

    This story is perfect for the young adult but it will also keep anyone older interested You see things throughout the story that gives you clues about what will happen in the end but not enough to give away any surprises Rosa is one smart young lady who has some very loyal friends I love the mixture of magical characters There is a kitsune, a human daughte...

  10. says:

    I read 2 of the 3 books in the series and found them to be a decent read in the YA genre with a whole lot of fantasy thrown in Writing about and handling teenagers is rather difficult, but the author manages to bring out their characteristics with perfection.The writing is simple and the story line is interesting with a setting in a small town where both magic folk and humans co exist The humans know about the vampires, sorcerers and others and even go to school with them There is a lot of fun and everything seems perfect in Rosamunde s little world, right up until she starts to ask questions This leads to a shattering of her previous perceptions and changes everything, turning her world upside down What do you do when the world as you know it is not actually how it is The story on the whole is entertaining and fun with its serious moments An enjoyable read, the story is well introduced and light in the first...

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