White Trash Witch

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A wacky witch and a handsome wizard meet at a restaurant. Wiley doesn't want anything to do with a handsome, rich man, while Ryder has been bitten by divorce. When they are thrown together, love takes control. More
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About Franny Armstrong

Franny Armstrong won the TOP FEMALE AUTHOR's AWARD 2019 by The Author's Show, and won the 2017: 50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading Award as well.

She is a mother of three and a grandmother of four. Her husband supports her imagination and has the patience of a saint. She’s been writing since she was a child, creating plays to act out in front of the neighborhood children.
Since 2002, after a serious breakdown, Franny had to express herself on the computer since she couldn’t speak, everything coming out gibberish at that time. She’s slowly healed to the point that she can function fairly well. Writing was the best medicine for her and still is. Her characters are well rounded and share her wacky sense of humor.
We hope you enjoyed it. If you did, she’d appreciate it if you’d offer a review at www.smashwords.com or email her with your review. Her email addy is listed under ‘Links’.

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Reviews of White Trash Witch by Franny Armstrong

Sheila Williams reviewed on May 25, 2014
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White Trash Witch was great! It was a light, fun read. I hope to be able to read more from Ms. Armstrong. I am glad that this couple did not use their magic to fix their issues.
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Michele Stegman reviewed on March 29, 2014

White Trash Witch
The whole tone of this book is lively, upbeat, and happy, just like the heroine, who seems to find a way to look at the bright side of any situation.
I love books with magic in them and this one has plenty. The story just wouldn't work at all without it. But the magic was never used to conveniently rescue the story when things got tough. The hero and heroine had to work through their issues without waving a wand, muttering a spell, or snapping their fingers. And sometimes, the magic just didn't work--at least when the White Trash Witch heroine tried to use it!
I was anxious to see how things would turn out and just kept reading. This was a fun, light read.
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