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Summary

Like mother, like daughters. Especially when it comes to magic.

Laney is at the end of her rope. Homeless with three young girls in the mountains of North Carolina, all she wants is to keep her family together. But no one will give her and her girls a chance. Not until the mysterious Jess covers for her with the local sheriff.

But there's more to Jess than meets the eye. The woman lives in a haunted cottage and dabbles in horticulture and talks about magic like it's real, not just a story to entertain children. And then there's the mysterious ghost who only Laney and her middle daughter can see.

Has this displaced woman found a home? Or will the odd circumstances cost Laney her girls, and perhaps her life?

Witch Way or the Highway is the prequel story to the Silver Sisters midlife magic series. If you like heroines over 40, stories of sisterhood, and forever love, then you don't want to miss Jennifer L. Hart's fantastic tale. Buy Witch Way or the Highway and conjure your coven now!

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  • Paranormal Lover
  • 11-05-22

Witch Way or the Highway

Getting a glimpse into the beginning of Silver sisters. Narrator did a fantastic job also.

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  • Lyn
  • 29-04-22

Laney, Jess and Ethan’s story

Truly enjoyed this lovely story of a mums love for her children and the lengths she will go to, to protect them at all costs.
This is a prequel to The Silver Sister novels, it introduces us to Alys, Maeve and Siobhan’s mother Laney.
Along with their Aunt Jess and Ethan the Guardian (spirit) of the house.
I loved hearing Laney’s story, how she evolves into a confident happy woman to her friendship with Jess (the fae creole botanist) and also her growing relationship with Ethan the spirit.
Looking forward to reading / listening to more books in this series.
I received a free audiobook and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • TaSigmund
  • 28-04-22

Great Sneak Peek

This is a look into the live of the sisters with they're mother when they were kids. I liked this story, it explains so much about the sisters. I liked the characters. I liked hearing about the sister's mother before she died and hearing about the woman they called aunt. I love Jennifer's writing, this series is so good and I hope more people will read it.

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  • Tammy Moldovan
  • 27-04-22

I loved hearing about Jess, Elaine and Ethan

I really enjoyed the prequel novella about the Silver sisters and their mother. Jacqueline Randell did a wonderful job narrating the characters into life. We get to learn how the small family ended up living with Aunt Jess. This story fleshes out more of who Jess, Elaine, and Ethan were and what their dynamics looked like. These events are mentioned in the three novels about the grownup Silver sisters but not in great detail since they were small children when these events took place. Despite being short, the story was well written, includes three dimensional characters and an engaging storyline. We get hints of who the Silver daughters will be and some of their background as well as the potential for their fuller stories. It made me want to go and reread the other books in the series.

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  • Catrina P
  • 27-04-22

Laney’s story

I have been enjoying the Silver Sisters series, and this novella is a great addition. I enjoyed finding out some of the background of the sisters and hearing Laney’s story.

Jennifer L. Hart does a great job with making her characters seem real and relatable. Seeing Laney tackle her insecurities and challenges was so satisfying.

Jacqueline Rendell’s performance was very well done. She brought out the characters personalities and enhanced an already great story.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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  • lab
  • 27-04-22

Witch Way or the Highway

Witch Way or the Highway is Jennifer L. Hart's prequel novella to her Silver Sisters books. It explains how Laney and her daughters end up at the cabin on Witch Way with the mysterious and kindhearted Jess. Although the story is a little bit tragic and sad it is also inspirational as it demonstrates both what a mother will do for her children and the power of sisterhood. Throw in some magic and a guardian spirit and the reader will have an entertaining short story to enjoy. I thought Jacqueline Rendell did a great job as narrator and I look forward to listening to more of her work! I definitely recommend this book and especially the audiobook!

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  • Cherri Roemeling
  • 26-04-22

Wow!

I really liked this book. A little racy. This story had just the right amount of detail and kept me entertained to the very end.

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  • Laura
  • 25-04-22

Great Paranormal Novella

I enjoyed this "Silver Sisters" novella a lot. This story focused on the Silver sisters' mother's journey and related more about their background. The story was about family and how a mother's love can keep them together in spite of overwhelming difficulties. The tale was moving, tragic, sad, and a little racy. All the elements that make a great, albeit short story. I recommend this novella to others who enjoy this genre. Jacqueline Rendell's narration was fabulous and enhanced the written material. I was given a free copy of the audiobook, and I have voluntarily posted this review.

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  • Pedsrn1988
  • 06-05-22

The Beginnigs

I enjoyed learning of the beginnings of the Solver sisters link to magic through their mom. Jacqueline Rendell did justice with this novella. I understood Lainey and her profound love for her daughters.

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  • S Kowski
  • 26-04-22

Very predictable

I did not like the readers whispering voice You will need to turn up the volume.
The story line is predictable and when the male character is introduced I could have told you where this was going.