Narrated by Devon Sorvari, Witching Whispers by Kim Richardson is the seventh audiobook in the Witches of Hollow Cove. Something sinister has come to town, and the clock is ticking. Humor, magic, witches and more await you in this cozy urban fantasy.
by Kim Richardson
Series: Witches of Hollow Cove #7
Narrator: Devon Sorvari
Length: 7 hours and 46 minutes
Genres: Urban Fantasy
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Narration: 4.5 cups Speed: 1.4x
Get ready for this laugh-out-loud adventure and find out what's brewing next with the Davenport witches!
I was hoping for a few days off from dealing with murder charges, bad guys, and the everyday paranormal bizarre. All I wanted was a nice break from all the crazy. And did I get it? No. Of course not.
Instead, a new coven comes to town. A coven of witch females who call themselves The Sisters of the Circle, a small, elite group for the upper crust of witch society—according to Dolores.
But there's something off about this coven, and I just can't put my finger on it. All the while, my aunts and other witches in town worship the ground they walk on like giddy fangirls.
Forget my time off. What I got was a whole new set of problems as my life spirals down the crapper once again.
If that isn't bad enough, a curse settles on Hollow Cove. Something dark, ominous, that threatens the lives of the townspeople. If I don't find the counter-curse in time, I could lose everything.
And the clock is ticking . . .
You know the expression who needs enemies when you have family? Yikes… poor Tessa. It doesn’t loudly how loudly she hollers things are wrong with the Sisters of the Coven Circle, her aunties won’t listen. In fact, they want to join the coven, especially Aunt Dolores. Tessa wants no parts of it, and of course the Sisters want her.
All of this is sidetracking Tessa’s efforts to train and become a full-fledged Merlin. Even her demonic lessons are set aside for this little town happening.
Shifters stuck in their animal form icky witches talking in your head and no one listening is enough to have poor Tessa pulling her own hair out. The story is funny, sad, suspenseful and even annoying. I snorted at the name Tessa mentally starts calling the sisters. The girl is snarky.
As much as the story is snarky, it has a good mystery with plenty of suspense and spells to break. The story unfolds at a nice pace and the author builds on the overall story arc.
Devon Sorvari does a delightful job of giving voice to these characters and capturing their personalities. Her tones and pacing build on the suspense & humor of the tale.
If you love small paranormal towns with snark, suspense and mystery, you’ll enjoy the Davenport Witches and their magical P.I agency.
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