Hello Fellow Book Lovers. Today, I’m sharing my thoughts about A Little Night Magic by Angie Fox.
Usually, when I read a book I don’t write a full review, I just write a paragraph or two to publish on Amazon and Goodreads; especially if it’s a book with thousands of reviews already.
So with that in mind, today, I want to share my thoughts about a great little collection of novellas that I read back in January …
What’s A Little Night Magic about?
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Title: A Little Night Magic by Angie Fox
Published by Self-Published on 4 January, 2016
Genres: Cozy Paranormal Mystery
Formats Available: eBook, Paperback
No. of Pages: 286
New York Times bestselling author Angie Fox is back with an enchanting collection of six sweet, quirky, laugh-out-loud tales of paranormal mischief.
Enter a world of magic with the ever-popular and always rowdy biker witches; take off on a spine-tingling adventure with a Southern good girl turned reluctant ghost hunter; and sizzle in the sultry heat of New Orleans as a voodoo mamba makes one very big mistake when casting a love spell. These charming tales of love, friendship, and laughter are a pure delight.
Featured stories (available now in ebook) are:
A Ghostly Gift
Ghost of a Chance
Gentlemen Prefer Voodoo
I Brake for Biker Witches
Date With a Demon Slayer
Some Like It Hexed
Purchase Links:Amazon UK ¦ Amazon US ¦ Book Depository
What did I think about A Little Night Magic?
A Fun Collection of Cozy With Just Enough Scary.
I am already a big fan of Angie Fox’s Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries and love her writing style. I really like how she writes her characters, constructs her plots and the balance she uses between cozy and scary in her supernatural tales.
Based on these stories, I think I prefer our heroine in the Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries, Verity, to Lizzie the Demon Slayer heroine as she doesn’t seem to hesitate to help someone in need.
I don’t think that you have to have read either of these series to enjoy this collection. However, I must admit to being a bit lost reading some of the Demon Slayer ones as there are a lot of characters and an apparent full history but didn’t seem to be as much backstory explanations.
There is absolutely no offensive content within these pages – language, violence or sex. Therefore, I can recommend it to lovers of charming, paranormal mystery tales. Especially those who enjoy a sprinkling of humour and a happy ever after ending.
Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to read my mini-review.
I hope I’ve sparked your interest and you’ll consider adding this fun paranormal mystery collection to your TBR pile.
Bye for now,