Witch's Bell Book One

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Can this witch survive in a world of magic, possibilities, danger, and love?
Ebony Bell owns a cantankerous magical bookstore with a personality like a battering ram. Her best friend is a detective who drives like a photon shot from the sun. And a tall, dark, handsome, but seriously irritating stranger named Nathan Wall has just walked into her life. More
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About the Series: Witch's Bell
A sassy witch with a rambunctious bookstore, a mysterious detective, and a city to save.

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Reviews of Witch's Bell Book One by Odette C. Bell

FreebieFanatic reviewed on Oct. 18, 2018

I read excerpts here and there and always enjoy it.
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Stan Adelman reviewed on Nov. 12, 2015

I really enjoyed this book.The characters of Ebony & Matt were extremely appealihng, and the way Ms. Bell described the interaction between them was fantastic.

The actions of all the characters make sense from their points of view, and the flow of the story is consistent with what they knew at the time. This was an extraordinarily hard book to put down -- fortunately I'm retired, so staying up past 2am isn't really a problem, though old eyes do eventually demand rest!

Ebony's road to self-discovery was extremely well portrayed, and there were many points of humor, as well.

The pacing of the novel is also excellent. I'm looking forward to reading the rest of books in the series.
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Sheila Hatfield reviewed on Nov. 24, 2012
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I absolutely loved this book! I just bought the 2nd book and can't wait to delve into it. The main character is sassy and bright, also very captivating. Thank you!
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Melissa Hopkins reviewed on Oct. 19, 2012

This has a good storyline and great characters, and the author spins a nice tale. The only downfall would have to be that it is in desperate need of editing. It's a bit slow in places because it seems that the author tries to over explain details that I didn't think were really useful, or things that were drawn out until I forgot what the subject was. If nothing else, it should be gone through to correct the punctuation, especially when dealing with commas, quotation marks and apostrophes. There are also some spelling mistakes and missing words that should be corrected. One other suggestion that I would like to make is to use bookmarks for each chapter. I couldn't read this all at one time, so I was forced to search for where I left off each time I went back to read more of it.
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