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July 22, 2014

Review: Easy Bake Coven by Liz Schulte

by Claire Rees

Easy Bake Coven
Meet Selene, a twenty six year old business owner who leads a full and happy life. She has the best friends a girl could ask for, a handsome boyfriend who adores her and her wonderful grandmother.  But she is also a witch; her and Selene practice white magic and have formed their own coven.

Life is perfect for Selene until she meets the dangerously handsome and Mysterious Cheney who seems to know her and everything about her.

Cheney helps Selene to see that she is not who she thinks she is, she is part of a much bigger, magical world, where she finds out she is a princess and may be able to help to stop a war. Her world is soon turned upside down and she starts to train her fighting skills and training her magic skills.

I enjoyed Easy Bake Coven by Liz Schulte; it was interesting reading about a magical, Fae world and how it sometimes affects the real world without anyone else noticing. The characters are fun and sexy and a joy to read about. I recommend this to people who enjoy books about witches and fae and magical stories.

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Book info
Published January 2013
Read June 2014

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