Noelle Summers loves Christmas, but everything goes terribly wrong when someone casts a spell that makes every day a holiday. As the only one aware of the time loop, Noelle must find a way to reverse the mistake before Yew Hollow’s festive cheer attracts the attention of dangerous magical visitors.
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I did enjoy this book but thought it could have been even better if it had been longer, it was a good build up but the ending felt rushed and was suddenly over, otherwise it was a lot of fun. This is a feel good cozy Christmas story until the main character gets to repeat the day over and over. I liked the Christmas feel to the book and the subtle changes each day brings. The characters were interesting and I think I will probably be paying this series another visit.
Noelle Summers and her whole extended family are witches but the rest of the town's citizens don't know, so when Noelle wakes up to find she has to relive Christmas day again she turns to her family for help. The problem is the rest of the coven are caught up in the time loop and don't sense anything is wrong. It is up to Noelle. Repeating her favourite time of the year should be fun but she feels that something dangerous is responsible and she has to use her skills to keep everybody safe but from what or who?
I liked the narrator, as she gave each character there own voice making it easy to follow.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
- Ellen Oceanside
Noelle is in a time warp that keeping repeating the day. Loving it at the time but the repeating is too much, now to stop. Well done, and enjoyable to listen to more than once. Given audio for my voluntary review