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Clementine Brodeur must untangle her dead mother’s legacy before the clock runs out. My name is Clementine and my magic is making me lose sleep. My two sisters and I have forty-eight hours to find someone our talented mother could not. If we don’t succeed, someone will die.  My magic allows me to see memories the dead leave behind--which forces me to relive the Clementine Brodeur must untangle her dead mother’s legacy before the clock runs out. My name is Clementine and my magic is making me lose sleep. My two sisters and I have forty-eight hours to find someone our talented mother could not. If we don’t succeed, someone will die.  My magic allows me to see memories the dead leave behind--which forces me to relive the moment my mother was attacked by fae.  I must tell my sisters what I’ve seen, because I know what we need to do.  Except I’m afraid they’re done with my “leap now, look later” escapades. They’ve had my back for over twenty years. Why wouldn’t they have it now?


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Clementine Brodeur must untangle her dead mother’s legacy before the clock runs out. My name is Clementine and my magic is making me lose sleep. My two sisters and I have forty-eight hours to find someone our talented mother could not. If we don’t succeed, someone will die.  My magic allows me to see memories the dead leave behind--which forces me to relive the Clementine Brodeur must untangle her dead mother’s legacy before the clock runs out. My name is Clementine and my magic is making me lose sleep. My two sisters and I have forty-eight hours to find someone our talented mother could not. If we don’t succeed, someone will die.  My magic allows me to see memories the dead leave behind--which forces me to relive the moment my mother was attacked by fae.  I must tell my sisters what I’ve seen, because I know what we need to do.  Except I’m afraid they’re done with my “leap now, look later” escapades. They’ve had my back for over twenty years. Why wouldn’t they have it now?

30 review for Once Blessed, Thrice Cursed: A Sister Witches Urban Fantasy #1

  1. 4 out of 5

    Daisy Delaplane

    I devour urban fantasy, and this book was a fast, enjoyable read. *First in series. *Has Witches *Has Demons *Has Fae, Mages, and Necromancers. Loved the witch sisters (in their late-20s, early 30s), the demon brothers, the world building, and the setting, which was the sisters' mother shop called Needles & Sins (she sold romance novels and sewing supplies). Looking forward to the next instalment. My review is based on an ARC of the book. I devour urban fantasy, and this book was a fast, enjoyable read. *First in series. *Has Witches *Has Demons *Has Fae, Mages, and Necromancers. Loved the witch sisters (in their late-20s, early 30s), the demon brothers, the world building, and the setting, which was the sisters' mother shop called Needles & Sins (she sold romance novels and sewing supplies). Looking forward to the next instalment. My review is based on an ARC of the book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jen Seifert

    Can I give this book 10 stars?! I was on the edge of my seat the entire time! It’s full of action, romance, and suspense! This ties together nicely the history of the Brodeur Family. I can’t wait to find out what happens in the next book!

  3. 4 out of 5

    kylie

    3.5 stars✨ Thank you to Voracious Readers Only for always getting me in contact with amazing authors & sending out wonderful review copies, and another thank you to Coralie Moss for sending me an ARC of Once Blessed, Thrice Cursed! Once Blessed, Thrice Cursed was definitely an interesting read. I enjoyed the plot, as I can safely say I always do in witchy and enchanting books, but it fell flat. The weirdly paced and confusing writing made the lack of details in certain parts of the book a 3.5 stars✨ Thank you to Voracious Readers Only for always getting me in contact with amazing authors & sending out wonderful review copies, and another thank you to Coralie Moss for sending me an ARC of Once Blessed, Thrice Cursed! Once Blessed, Thrice Cursed was definitely an interesting read. I enjoyed the plot, as I can safely say I always do in witchy and enchanting books, but it fell flat. The weirdly paced and confusing writing made the lack of details in certain parts of the book all the more difficult to read. The writing style wasn't something I managed to fall into. It felt more like I was watching from the shore instead of playing in the waves. Like I could only scratch the surface of this story but couldn't truly feel it. I wasn't immersed, so that's a big reason as to why I just didn't connect with this book. This is in no way me saying I regret or don't recommend this book, it just wasn't for me specifically! Let me touch on the pacing thing for a moment. When I say weirdly paced, I'm talking about certain parts of the book. In some chapters it felt dragged and in some the plot sped like a bullet train. The biggest redeeming quality were the characters and how they were written! I liked how even though this novel is set from Clementine's point of view, Coralie wonderfully portrays the emotions and general thoughts of the other characters. I just wish maybe we saw more of the past and how the sisters were before their mother's death. And possibly a little more development in the personality and magic department? To anyone reading this review, know this: just because this wasn’t my perfect cup of tea doesn’t mean it won’t be yours! If you like fierce witches and magical stitches, you will definitely enjoy Once Blessed, Thrice Cursed !

  4. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Orloff

    In this thrilling spin-off of Coralie Moss's Calliope Jones series, we meet three sisters, separated after their mother's death, who come together to sell off her sewing shop--or so they think. Told from the point of view of impetuous Clementine, the youngest sister, this story takes off with action from the first chapter and doesn't stop running until the very end. Fans will find everything they love from the author's prior series: an inventive magic system, elaborate magical ceremonies, and co In this thrilling spin-off of Coralie Moss's Calliope Jones series, we meet three sisters, separated after their mother's death, who come together to sell off her sewing shop--or so they think. Told from the point of view of impetuous Clementine, the youngest sister, this story takes off with action from the first chapter and doesn't stop running until the very end. Fans will find everything they love from the author's prior series: an inventive magic system, elaborate magical ceremonies, and costumes--oh, the costumes! We meet new magical beings: demons and mages, and we learn more about the Melusine and the evil Fae. Moss's trademark humor weaves throughout. And the loving-yet-realistic family bonds, so well done in the Calliope Jones series, shine here, as well. I'm definitely looking forward to learning more about the Brodeur sisters and the larger mystery that's revealed in this installment as the series continues.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Coralie Moss hasn't disappointed me yet. I thoroughly enjoyed meeting Clementine and her sisters and am looking forward to learning more about all three sisters. I greatly liked Clementine's magic. It was interesting and visceral to her very being. I hope the following stories also take an indepth look at the partners introduced as a result of the Demesne. This review is based upon an ARC of this book. Coralie Moss hasn't disappointed me yet. I thoroughly enjoyed meeting Clementine and her sisters and am looking forward to learning more about all three sisters. I greatly liked Clementine's magic. It was interesting and visceral to her very being. I hope the following stories also take an indepth look at the partners introduced as a result of the Demesne. This review is based upon an ARC of this book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Felicia Grossman

    This is such a fabulous book and a great start to what promises to be a wonderful series. The magical world-building is wonderful as is the tone, which is just very lush and lovely. Clementine is a wonderful narrator and character you just fall in love with. I cannot wait for her sisters' books so I get to hear and fall in love with all of them. This is such a fabulous book and a great start to what promises to be a wonderful series. The magical world-building is wonderful as is the tone, which is just very lush and lovely. Clementine is a wonderful narrator and character you just fall in love with. I cannot wait for her sisters' books so I get to hear and fall in love with all of them.

  7. 5 out of 5

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  8. 4 out of 5

    Buttercupp77

    In this first installment of the Sister Witches series, which is a spinoff from the Calliope Jones series, we are introduced to a trio of sisters who have inherited their mother's needle arts/book shop and discover that there was more to both the store and their parents' lives than they had known. The pacing in this novel is breakneck and it works really well, with the entire novel taking place over a span of about two days. Also, the world-building, with paranormal elements and creatures being w In this first installment of the Sister Witches series, which is a spinoff from the Calliope Jones series, we are introduced to a trio of sisters who have inherited their mother's needle arts/book shop and discover that there was more to both the store and their parents' lives than they had known. The pacing in this novel is breakneck and it works really well, with the entire novel taking place over a span of about two days. Also, the world-building, with paranormal elements and creatures being well-defined and their limitations also made known with little exposition - it's more that the nuances are revealed amidst the general events. The character building is also very strong, with Clementine, the narrator, being the most vivid. However, the author did a very good job of also demonstrating nuance and different facets of most of the other characters. While it would definitely have altered the pacing, I do think that a little more development of certain characters would have served the novel well without being a tremendous sacrifice, however, it's possible that future installments of the series will reveal more. I liked the way the primary storyline was wrapped up, while still leaving plenty of room for the next novel in the series to develop in its own direction. This is a very promising start to the series, and leaves lots of room for cameos and crossovers from the Calliope Jones series, should the author wish to develop in that direction. I think this series promises to enrich the fictional universe the author has created for fans of Calliope Jones, but it also looks to offer something a little different for those not following Calliope Jones. I received an ARC via the author.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Deana Birch

    Love me some witchy sisters.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Cath

    This is book one of the Sister Witches Urban Fantasy series and follows three sisters as they get together in their mother’s old shop after the death of Serena, who took over the family shop after their mother died some seven years before. The Brodeur sisters, Clementine, Beryl and Alderose, have all been living separate lives until they come to see what to take from their mother’s shop before they sell it, or so they had planned. It seems to not have changed at all in the years since their moth This is book one of the Sister Witches Urban Fantasy series and follows three sisters as they get together in their mother’s old shop after the death of Serena, who took over the family shop after their mother died some seven years before. The Brodeur sisters, Clementine, Beryl and Alderose, have all been living separate lives until they come to see what to take from their mother’s shop before they sell it, or so they had planned. It seems to not have changed at all in the years since their mother’s death and they get a rude visitor that very same evening. It seems their mother, as well as running a shop called Stiches and Sins, was also running a supernatural dating service, promising to find beings their fated mate for them. The one person they have been fated to be with! The water mage who turns up is called Remy and with none of the girls knowing what he Is talking about, when he asks them to find his ‘beloved’, he places a spell on Clemmie and gives them forty eight hours to find her! They are left in a stormy situation, frantically searching the shop and the rest of the building to find any information about her matchmaking process and any notes on Remy’s beloved. They get some assistance from a demon called Kostya, whom all the girls have had flings with, and their aunt Maritza and her fated mate, Alabastair, who is also a necromancer. If the girls don’t succeed, then someone is going to die. Clemmie can see threads of what has happened in a room, in the present and the past, Alderose is the fighter of the trio, trained by their father with lots of knives and sharp instruments and cutting her sister’s hair, whilst Beryl is the most sensible of the three and aligned to measure the length of things, including life. Their mother was gifted with all three of these gifts, a triple Binder, but this power came with a lot of responsibility and a possible shorter life. Luckily, their mother’s powers have been shared between the three girls, leaving none burdened to greatly. The race to find their mother’s system for matchmaking brings them to lots more revelations about the life of their mother and father and the additional work they both did in their supernatural world. Alabastair is also a Portal Keeper and can create portals, allowing Alderose to get her weapons and for their aunt and one of Kostya’s brothers to come and help as well. It seems someone in the Fae world has been taking unusual supernatural beings and making a personal collection of them for their own amusement and wants. Remy’s beloved may be one of those taken and thus will make the girls task even harder to complete. A great introduction to the Brodeur sisters, their inheritance and their magical skills. A tale of discovery of long-held family secrets and some examples of the powers fo some they must face. An unusual use of magic, being used to bind or unbind people and their relationships, through a matchmaking service, hidden in a shop with books to lend and where witches and other would gather to chat and knit the hours away. Some very interesting characters and the magic usage is well described and in some novel ways as well. A fantastic introduction to this series and the three sisters. I really enjoyed reading this book and look forward to reading more of the series soon. I received an ARC copy of this book from BookSprout and I have freely given my own opinion of the book above.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Shweta

    Unbelievable I actually did not realize that this was in continuation to one of the books by Coralie Moss that I had read some time back, but I was pleasantly surprised to be able to connect with the previous book, which introduced me to Clementine's parents, aunt and uncle. In true Coralie Moss style the book starts with a bang and ends with another one. The entire plot is gripping and totally unexpected. There's nothing in the book that even a seasoned reader like me could guess. The magic style Unbelievable I actually did not realize that this was in continuation to one of the books by Coralie Moss that I had read some time back, but I was pleasantly surprised to be able to connect with the previous book, which introduced me to Clementine's parents, aunt and uncle. In true Coralie Moss style the book starts with a bang and ends with another one. The entire plot is gripping and totally unexpected. There's nothing in the book that even a seasoned reader like me could guess. The magic style is different, with some aspects of the fates coming in. Another thing I enjoyed was the seamless way in which multiple species of beings merge and flow in the book without over crowding the book or losing their own essence. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Johanna

    I have slightly mixed feelings: I liked the idea and the plot and the world was intriguing. I think this should have been longer so that things & scenes would have got more flesh. I think I should have read her older trilogy before reading this one so that the world would have been familiar to me. But this was still nice read and I might read her older trilogy to get to know the world better.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Milligan

    First book of the series sets the bar high! This is well written and love the characters the sisters are amazing! Cannt wait for the next book!!!!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Moony (The Burglar Baggins) MeowPoff

    1.5 stars. DNF 34% idk, it wasn`t for me - i just felt bored and didn`t like the characters. 1.5 stars. DNF 34% idk, it wasn`t for me - i just felt bored and didn`t like the characters.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Laurel

    This is a great start to what I believe is going to be another exceptionally fun, steamy, and captivating series from Coralie Moss. The characters are the nieces and daughters of characters that have appeared in her "Magic" series and other novellas and all three have distinctive personalities and powers. They are all still grappling with the death of their mother and are thrust into a dangerous and time-sensitive situation involving a client of their mother's former business. There is action, a This is a great start to what I believe is going to be another exceptionally fun, steamy, and captivating series from Coralie Moss. The characters are the nieces and daughters of characters that have appeared in her "Magic" series and other novellas and all three have distinctive personalities and powers. They are all still grappling with the death of their mother and are thrust into a dangerous and time-sensitive situation involving a client of their mother's former business. There is action, a bit of heat, and the book sets things up nicely for future books to dive more deeply into the lives and personalities of each sister. I have enjoyed all of this author's books and this one is no exception. I can't wait to read more in this series.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Virginia Yep

    I loved this book. Danger intrigue and love come together in a very well written book.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Melanie

    This new series by Coralie Moss expands the world introduced in the Calliope Jones series. There is a younger, spicier edge in this series. I have thoroughly enjoyed the Calliope Jones series to date, but have to say I sped my way faster through this one. I think the author has evolved in her writing. That she kept her cast of characters fairly small in this first book of a new series helped compared to the very large, very quickly introduced cast in the first book of her first series. It will be This new series by Coralie Moss expands the world introduced in the Calliope Jones series. There is a younger, spicier edge in this series. I have thoroughly enjoyed the Calliope Jones series to date, but have to say I sped my way faster through this one. I think the author has evolved in her writing. That she kept her cast of characters fairly small in this first book of a new series helped compared to the very large, very quickly introduced cast in the first book of her first series. It will be great to see how the relationship fo the sisters changes now that they will have to work closely dealing with the legacies of their parents. There is much they need to learn. It will be interesting to see how they deal with life and developing love interests. I am looking forward to the next book. We all need magic in our lives and this series introduces a new direction in which it can be explored. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Robbin Howard

    I really enjoyed meeting Clementine, Beryl, and Alderose. The first installment of their story was rife with tension, turmoil, and love. The Brodeur sisters' questions surrounding their mother's death only increase as they learn about her life. And their absent father just adds to their confusion. Coralie has created a fantastic world to journey through in search of the answers. I love the diversity of supernatural creatures that the author introduces. The sister witches become entangled with wa I really enjoyed meeting Clementine, Beryl, and Alderose. The first installment of their story was rife with tension, turmoil, and love. The Brodeur sisters' questions surrounding their mother's death only increase as they learn about her life. And their absent father just adds to their confusion. Coralie has created a fantastic world to journey through in search of the answers. I love the diversity of supernatural creatures that the author introduces. The sister witches become entangled with water mages and demons to just name a couple. It was great to be reacquainted with Maritza and Bas as they help her nieces navigate their new paths. I can't wait to see where Ms. Moss will take the trio! Especially Clemmie and her Desmesne. I highly recommend this and all of Coralie Moss's stories for any adults that like a little mystery and romance with a side of magic!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kim Kennard

    Anytime I see Coralie post #iamwriting, I get thrills. I love all the characters in her Magic series. This new trilogy about three sisters (I am a middle of three sisters) is fantastic reading. There were several times when I looked up from the story and couldn’t believe I was still on my couch in my tiny apartment because I could have sworn I had been transported to the upper sewing room where Clementine discovers so much about her mother. I cannot wait for the next in this series to come my wa Anytime I see Coralie post #iamwriting, I get thrills. I love all the characters in her Magic series. This new trilogy about three sisters (I am a middle of three sisters) is fantastic reading. There were several times when I looked up from the story and couldn’t believe I was still on my couch in my tiny apartment because I could have sworn I had been transported to the upper sewing room where Clementine discovers so much about her mother. I cannot wait for the next in this series to come my way.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kaye

    ONE WICKED ROLLERCOASTER RIDE!!! Heart stopping! Coralie knocked the brakes off this bad boy, riding the wind and letting loose, kicking this gem into overdrive, blowing it into a tailspin with a life altering, mind-blowing culmination. A raging tempest of inexplicable circumstances and startling events run rampant with intense drama, spiraling intrigue, unnerving danger and electrifying suspense blasting this little fella to life spectacularly. Presenting thrilling scenario's that punch dead cen ONE WICKED ROLLERCOASTER RIDE!!! Heart stopping! Coralie knocked the brakes off this bad boy, riding the wind and letting loose, kicking this gem into overdrive, blowing it into a tailspin with a life altering, mind-blowing culmination. A raging tempest of inexplicable circumstances and startling events run rampant with intense drama, spiraling intrigue, unnerving danger and electrifying suspense blasting this little fella to life spectacularly. Presenting thrilling scenario's that punch dead center with such exuberance and style, testing our characters in ways they could have never anticipated. Non-stop, action packed, hard hitting, pulse racing, heart pounding, nerve racking, page flipping bombshell that hooks you from the start and reels you in for the duration. Stumbling through the trials and tribulations, outlandish twists, sharp turns and crisp lines, melding this baby together seamlessly. Toss in drama, intrigue, distress, turmoil, danger and mounting suspense along with unexpected situations and a boatload of trouble, makes for one mind-blowing adventure. The characters are authentic and realistic with qualities and traits that transforms into outstanding personalities. The scenes are strikingly sharp with abundant details and descriptions creating a colorful backdrop that makes the storyline pop. Fantastic job Coralie, thanks for sharing this bad boy with us.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Amelia Foster

    By now it is well known that I am all about the romance. Reading, writing, whatevering. But one consistent exception for me is the world of Coralie Moss. Ms. Moss creates rich and enthralling worlds that suck you in with her exceptional and luscious detail. Once Blessed, Thrice Cursed is an offshoot of the Calliope Jones series, however you can absolutely come into this without having read and not miss a beat. One thing that makes my heart go pitter patter is when beloved characters from one book By now it is well known that I am all about the romance. Reading, writing, whatevering. But one consistent exception for me is the world of Coralie Moss. Ms. Moss creates rich and enthralling worlds that suck you in with her exceptional and luscious detail. Once Blessed, Thrice Cursed is an offshoot of the Calliope Jones series, however you can absolutely come into this without having read and not miss a beat. One thing that makes my heart go pitter patter is when beloved characters from one book make an appearance in another by chapter 2 in Once Blessed, Thrice Cursed, a familiar friend from the Calliope Jones series had arrived on the scene and I was ALL IN for it. Throughout the book we get glimpses of and references to old friends from Calliope’s world, but they are woven in so well that you don’t feel as if you’re missing anything if you haven’t read the first series. Small breadcrumbs of their backstory in the older books are dropped, but the much feared info dump is successfully avoided. Ms. Moss is a master of the red herring. Just as in the Calliope Jones series, there are characters that come along and ping my spidey senses, but the true threat is one I wasn’t fully expecting.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Anne Dwyer

    Clementine, Alabasteir and Beryl have inheritted their mother's shop, Neeles and Sins - and their intention is to sell what they can and share the noney - closing the shop for good. But a visit from Remy Ruisseau, a water mage - just after they get to the shop changes everything. They find out that their mother was much more than they had ever suspected, and they had 48 hours to find Remy's beloved as their mother had contracted to do, or someone would die. Clementine is the youngest of the sister Clementine, Alabasteir and Beryl have inheritted their mother's shop, Neeles and Sins - and their intention is to sell what they can and share the noney - closing the shop for good. But a visit from Remy Ruisseau, a water mage - just after they get to the shop changes everything. They find out that their mother was much more than they had ever suspected, and they had 48 hours to find Remy's beloved as their mother had contracted to do, or someone would die. Clementine is the youngest of the sisters, and her gift is to be able to see memories from the dead - will she be able to find her mother's memories well enough to fulfil the contract? Will she and her sisters survive the fight they are facing - and who is the demon who will draw Clementine's attetion? Brilliant! I cant wait for more! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Harmony

    I had high hopes for this book. So many 5-star reviews all loving it. Nobody mentioned that the main love interest was some freakish demon with a forked tongue that had sexual relations with ALL THREE SISTERS!?!?! Said demon sat in the shop and wagged his tongue around like some adolescent boy, there is nothing appealing about that. WTAF is that mess? Seriously? I know urban fantasy books tend to be more about sex than actual story, which is why I steer away from them, but I thought this one would b I had high hopes for this book. So many 5-star reviews all loving it. Nobody mentioned that the main love interest was some freakish demon with a forked tongue that had sexual relations with ALL THREE SISTERS!?!?! Said demon sat in the shop and wagged his tongue around like some adolescent boy, there is nothing appealing about that. WTAF is that mess? Seriously? I know urban fantasy books tend to be more about sex than actual story, which is why I steer away from them, but I thought this one would be different. I thought, given the reviews, that it would actually have a good story and interesting characters. DNF - any book that's so bad that I can't finish it gets a 1-star rating.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Maya

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. DNF I received a free copy of this book from Voracious Readers Only for an honest review. I can see where people can seriously enjoy this book, but it just was not for me. The did really enjoy the writing style when I first started reading and it was right up my ally. The reason I could not continue the book was simply because I could not get past the relationships between the sisters and the potential love interest (I presume) which was very uncomfortable for me to read. The idea of witch sister DNF I received a free copy of this book from Voracious Readers Only for an honest review. I can see where people can seriously enjoy this book, but it just was not for me. The did really enjoy the writing style when I first started reading and it was right up my ally. The reason I could not continue the book was simply because I could not get past the relationships between the sisters and the potential love interest (I presume) which was very uncomfortable for me to read. The idea of witch sisters was so appealing to me, and I’ve always enjoyed reading about family and sibling relationships. Personally, this was just not my cup of tea.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Heather W

    Once Blessed, Thrice Cursed is the first book in the "A Sister Witches Urban Fantasy" series and is a great start to this new series. The characters are well developed and interesting. The storyline is well written and intriguing, with three sisters with different powers having to find their mother's secrets within 48 hours. The world-building is imaginative and there are a number of different supernatural entities. I will be following this series. I read and reviewed this book with no obligation. Once Blessed, Thrice Cursed is the first book in the "A Sister Witches Urban Fantasy" series and is a great start to this new series. The characters are well developed and interesting. The storyline is well written and intriguing, with three sisters with different powers having to find their mother's secrets within 48 hours. The world-building is imaginative and there are a number of different supernatural entities. I will be following this series. I read and reviewed this book with no obligation.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Trudi Jorda

    It starts off a little slow with three young witches facing the death of their mother a rather powerful witch and dealing with the shop she has left them. None of the girls studied the craft as they should have -- only to find that their mother had many secrets that she never told them about-- including that she had been a paranormal matchmaker! This book is action packed and filled with intrigue and a bit of romance with demons on the side. Nothing is as it seems and I am looking forward to boo It starts off a little slow with three young witches facing the death of their mother a rather powerful witch and dealing with the shop she has left them. None of the girls studied the craft as they should have -- only to find that their mother had many secrets that she never told them about-- including that she had been a paranormal matchmaker! This book is action packed and filled with intrigue and a bit of romance with demons on the side. Nothing is as it seems and I am looking forward to book 2 in the series!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Helen

    A Mother's Legacy An enraged mage impedes three sisters as they come together to discover who killed their mother. But questions mount as each answer leads to more secrets. There are secret portals, secret doors, hidden floors and magical threads. I liked this story. The differences between the sisters, their love that unites them, the sweet memories that captivate them, and the magical shop they inherit are wonderful. The tension from sexy demons, fast paced action, lurking dangers, and battles A Mother's Legacy An enraged mage impedes three sisters as they come together to discover who killed their mother. But questions mount as each answer leads to more secrets. There are secret portals, secret doors, hidden floors and magical threads. I liked this story. The differences between the sisters, their love that unites them, the sweet memories that captivate them, and the magical shop they inherit are wonderful. The tension from sexy demons, fast paced action, lurking dangers, and battles with evil Fae make a thrilling journey into the unknown.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Caroline Doig

    Coralie Moss is a new author to me and I thought that I would give her book a try and I’m so glad I did it’s amazeballs I loved the characters who are sisters it’s hit and run right from page one and doesn’t stop until the end. The sisters are strong and sassy especially Clementine who is the youngest sister it’s an interesting and entertaining read and it’s a fantastic start to a new series and I highly recommend this book it’s definitely well worth the read.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Coralie Lemieux

    I love urban fantasy and this book fits well in the genre. It doesn't take long to understand the lore, which is explained throughout the action. Speaking of action, it's hard to put this book down because something always happens! Even though there are many characters, it's easy to remember which is which and we want to learn more about them. The romance elements are heartfelt. Very good book! I love urban fantasy and this book fits well in the genre. It doesn't take long to understand the lore, which is explained throughout the action. Speaking of action, it's hard to put this book down because something always happens! Even though there are many characters, it's easy to remember which is which and we want to learn more about them. The romance elements are heartfelt. Very good book!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Brandann Hill-Mann

    I liked it enough. Interesting plot, good world building, likable enough characters, and I am always here for BIPOC leads in fantasy. Something about it didn’t hit with me. I don’t know if I will continue with the series, but I didn’t hate it. Others might enjoy it, though, so take my words with a grain of salt.

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