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  • Older, Wiser, Witchier

  • A Return to Magic Cozy Mystery
  • By: Lily Harper Hart
  • Narrated by: Angel Clark
  • Length: 7 hrs and 14 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Older, Wiser, Witchier

By: Lily Harper Hart
Narrated by: Angel Clark
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Summary

Four women. Four great loves. One great partnership.

It’s been years since Ivy Morgan, Harper Harlow, Maddie Graves, and Rowan Gray married the loves of their lives and decided to settle down. Since that time, they’ve joined together to form a fearsome magical quartet. The plan was to stand with one another. Now that plan is being put to the test.

While out morel hunting with her brother, daughter, and nephews, Ivy stumbles across a body, a ritual dagger causing her to fear they’re dealing with something more dangerous than a normal human. Right away, she calls for reinforcements from her magical friends…and they come running.

Ivy’s magic has grown, and she’s much stronger than she used to be. That doesn’t mean she’s ready for what’s coming, especially when it becomes apparent that her daughter might be following in her mother’s footsteps, and being drawn into a dangerous world she doesn’t understand.

A local real estate developer is dead, his wife is missing, and there’s a random ghost hanging around stirring up trouble. Ivy has her hands full, and things are about to get worse.

Magic is might, and this particular foursome is ready. What if they’re not strong enough to fight off a new threat, however? What will it mean for them as a group?

They’re about to find out, and the answer might be more than they can bear.

©2022 Lily Harper Hart (P)2022 Lily Harper Hart

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  • Dibby DeDoDa
  • 20-10-22

I cannot with this narrator

The storyline was fun to, but I ended up having to buy the actual physical book because the narrator was so terrible. I couldn’t even listen. The voices were fine, but when she did any of the exposition, it was atrocious.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-10-22

Run away fast

The worst narrator ever. I have no idea whether the book itself is good, the narration on this made it impossible to get though the prologue. I tried 2x. No one even speaks like this much less reads this way except maybe a kid first learning how to read. Don’t waste your money.

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  • C. Ausgotharp
  • 18-11-22

I wanted to like this book.

I tried really hard to listen to this book, but it was like fingernails on a chalk board. I hated the spoiled and bratty way every single character came across and the narrators voice made it even worse. I just couldn't....

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  • Carolyn Philpot
  • 27-10-22

Was Disappointed

The story soon opens with finding a dead body and then takes off with a spoiled uncontrolled little girl and the family dynamics of how this happened and is allowed by her parents. The whining and yelling of this little girl portrayed by the narrator was worse than listening to someone scratching their nails on a blackboard. It was hard and very distracting to get past this. I did listen to the whole book. It was not one of the authors best. Felt it would have been better if the author put more weight finding evidence on who was killed and less about a spoiled little girl.

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  • 08-09-22

Old characters new stories

I was sad at first to see that several series were over. But then there’s this new series it does a great job of bringing them all together and creating new storylines. Looking forward to more

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  • Shari S.
  • 02-09-22

What a pleasure!

As a die-hard fan of these four series, I eagerly anticipated this series set a few years in the future. They all have children and seeing them navigate parenthood and paranormal issues at the same time was a delight. I had to listen to the first chapters twice to figure out the kids and situations. Now I will listen to the whole thing again. How does Amanda M Lee juggle so many balls in the air? She is a treasure. Angel Clark does a great job as usual.