Mini Review: A Little Night Magic by Angie Fox

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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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Mini Review: A Little Night Magic by Angie FoxMy Rating:
Title: A Little Night Magic by Angie Fox
Published by Self-Published on 4 January, 2016
Genres: Cozy Paranormal Mystery
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

Source: Gift
Review Format: eBook
Purchase Links: Books2Read - Universal eBook Link ¦ Amazon* ¦*

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.

About Angie Fox

Author - Angie Fox

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Angie Fox writes sweet, fun, action-packed mysteries. Her characters are clever and fearless, but in real life, Angie is afraid of basements, bees, and going up stairs when it is dark behind her. Let’s face it. Angie wouldn’t last five minutes in one of her books.

Angie is best known for her SOUTHERN SPIRITS™ mysteries, and for her ACCIDENTAL DEMON SLAYER books.

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.

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Bye for now,

Flora x

Book cover for A Little Night Magic by Angie Fox.

About Me

I'm in my late forties, my interests are varied but since menopause hit a few years ago, I find myself becoming a "grumpy old woman" all too frequently - where has my infinite patience gone!?! Lol!
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