Witch's Bell Book One - Odette C. Bell

Witch's Bell Book One

By Odette C. Bell

  • Release Date: 2012-01-30
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 208 Ratings

Description

An urban fantasy with everything from romance to mystery, The Witch's Bell Series follow a feisty witch, Ebony Bell, as she solves magical malady after magical malady.

Ebony Bell is living just exactly the life she wants. She has her very own magical bookstore, a wardrobe full of fabulously glitzy clothes, and a sweet bowl just brimming with lollies. But when a 6ft-tall annoyance by the name of Detective Nathan Wall walks through her shop door, her sweet life turns to ruin. As witch consultant for the local police department, Ebony has to work infuriatingly close with the man. And if that wasn't the worst thing that could happen, she slowly finds out that an ancient, thoroughly powerful entity might just be out to curse her.

Very soon she finds herself ditching the ruby-red heels, dashing across rooftops, breaking and entering, and stuffing whole bookstores into bags. Oh, and possibly kissing annoying detectives.

Reviews

  • Awful!

    1
    By Ex Wordfeud Junkie
    Sentence structure D- Grammar F+ Plot Incomplete Character Depth Missing Recommendation: 1) Read your own work before you comdemn us 2) Dictionaries are your friends 3) Thesaurus is also a reference
  • Loved it!

    5
    By Jcecmcoc
    Very unique, and an interesting twist on the "typical" witch story line.
  • Witch's Bell Book One

    5
    By Kyredneckwoman
    I love this book, can't wait to start on book 2 ;)
  • Ebony Bell

    3
    By Makrothumeo2
    Like the content, but hire a proofreader. I would guess there is a typo or omitted word at LEAST every other paragraph in this series, and sometimes more than one in a sentence.
  • Witches' Bell, book one

    1
    By Alexa OBrien Book 3
    Okay....didn't get past chapter one, page one.... Glaring blooper, besides the main character's name.... Shard....one cannot have a "shard" of wood....why do I keep trying with this writer? Doesn't she have any educated editors? Doesn't she have an education herself? One really must know the meaning of adverbs and adjectives before using them In a publication for the public use....what's really bad is that I love her story lines/plots...she has a fantastic imagination...but the mistakes are very distracting to the story itself. Alas...delete.... SueB Florida
  • Witch Bell (#1)

    1
    By Lady B Reader
    This book was WAY to convoluted. The writer has talent but honestly the only reason I finished it was cuz I don't leave books unread. I wouldn't call it a complete waste of time but it definately could have been better. As a avid reader of the paranormal/fantasy genre I know what a good story is, and yhus wasnt it. The idea was great but the execution left me wanting more. Felt like a self help book with a story attached.