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Carolina Conjuring

By: Alison Claire
Narrated by: Nicole Poole
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Not all the Belles will survive....

Twins Emma and Briar have immersed themselves in the paranormal underbelly of Charleston, South Carolina, a world filled with magic, mystery, ghosts, and more. 

When the forces of dark magic are brought to bear against them and their sister Belles, they’ll need help from shifters and a shaman to reach a final confrontation at Angel Oak. Along the way, one Belle finds love, while another is forced to make the ultimate sacrifice. 

Carolina Conjuring concludes the Hell’s Belles Trilogy. It’s filled with a deep dive into the background of many of the characters and the history of the South Carolina Lowcountry, and it’s loaded with non-stop supernatural action. Besides, where else will you meet a headless ghost, attend a mermaid’s funeral, and learn how a Belle helped influence the writing of one of the best-selling novels of all-time? 

©2019 Alison Claire (P)2019 Tantor

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  • A Scott
  • 02-04-19


I've been on a witch/supernatural kick recently and decided to give the Hell's Belles Series a try. The first book was actually quite enjoyable - I found myself laughing out loud in my office during tax season which is not an everyday occurrence. With that said, the rest of the series came across as somewhat stilted and the conclusion was definitely... strange. I almost got the sense that the author was kind of over the story and just wanted it to end. It was entertaining for the most part so I'm not sorry I listened to it but there are definitely others I would recommend over this series.