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  • The Nowhere Witch

  • The Tales of Xest, Book 2
  • By: Donna Augustine
  • Narrated by: Angel Clark
  • Length: 8 hrs and 17 mins
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Summary

Getting back to Xest was the easy part. It’s staying here that seems to be the problem.

I have three hags, also known as Xest Immigration, hot on my tail trying to deport me back to Salem. The wall I built in the Unsettled Lands is in jeopardy. Hawk, a man who was once my ally, can’t decide if he wants to lead the horde trying to drive me out or kiss me. Not to mention, everyone keeps calling me the Nowhere witch, and I’ve got a bad feeling it’s not a compliment.

But when the betrayals start rolling in, I realize I’ve got bigger problems. Staying alive becomes the most important issue of the day. 

©2020 Donna Augustine (P)2020 Donna Augustine

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  • Neona
  • 09-01-22

Not as much fun as book one

The first book was charming and fun. This one the character spends so much time complaining about how much she hates the love interest, Hawk, I felt like it was beating a dead horse. You don't like him but you want to go to bed with him, we all get it, he makes you hot and tingly but you don't want to be with him, blah, blah, blah.

The first book was great and this book had its moments. I wish the other two books in the series were audiobooks but looks like I am reading them on Kindle for now.