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Bailey Robinson is testing her new powers as a witch with much chagrin. Being witchy isn't all it's cracked up to be, and now the new mysterious owner of the Seven Caves has arrived. He's handsome with a devil-may-care attitude that is both intriguing yet off putting at the same time. And when an artifact from the Caves goes missing, Bailey and the new owner find themselves on a dangerous quest to find the item that may hold the secret to the Caves.

Find out what happens when Bailey discovers the new owner has secrets of his own, along with a violent and heartbreaking past.

©2016 Constance Barker (P)2017 Constance Barker

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Well that was witchy

I found this book to be fun. It was billed as a mystery but I don't really think it is, it was more about the magic which just happened to help find the missing stone. You knew who took them from the start and with no questioning of suspects (of Which there was non) there was no investigation. I still enjoyed the book because Bailey performed magic, okay it didn't go to plan but that's part of the fun. This is book two, I am not sure it is necessary to have heard he previous book but it does help you if you know all the characters and you get to meet a new one who is going to play a big part in future books by the looks of it. He added some mystery and I think he is a good addition to a good cast of characters. On to the next book.
With the last owner of the eight caves in jail part time worker Bailey is worried to hear that someone has brought the caves. Will they still want her as a tour guide? She makes a good impression on the owner and gets her old job back but the feeling isn't mutual. Bailey doesn't trust the new boss and believes he is up to something and brought the caves for a reason. When the museum is broken into and the only think stolen is one of the three stones that came from caves themselves Bailey turns to her coven for help. But why would her boss steal from himself? And with it gone what does it mean for the caves and the source of Bailey's magic.
,I like Angel as the narrator she puts her heart into the reading and you can't help but hear her excitement come through.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Brenda Allen
  • 16-02-21

Great book hard to put down

Constance Barker wrote another great book. Love reading books about magic. Now on to book 3.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-01-21

A Witching Well of Magic

This series improves as it goes on. There was more magic in this story, which is what I expected of the series. I love a good mystery and this story had a few surprises in store.

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  • 04-01-21

More focused on magic

This series is a mystery per book with one overarching mystery that prompts you to keep reading.

Bailey is learning about being a witch, keeping secrets, and trust. You learned a lot more about the magic, why the caves are so important, and what motivates people in this book. For this reason alone, I liked it better than the first. I don’t really like it when there are questions left unanswered! Fortunately, I can listen to one book after the other so I don’t need to wait for my answers.

Most of the relationships are still a mystery, but there have been some clues as to who Bailey’s birth parents may be. Looking forward to book 3!

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  • Ellen Oceanside
  • 02-08-20

Excellent

Good Begining on witchcraft. A witch unable to keep this newborn baby Bailey gives her up. This tells about her new parents and early year. Given audio by Clark is excellent, good clear voice. Given audio for my voluntary review and my honest opinion