Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Title: Star Witch
Series: The Lazy Girl's Guide to Magic #2
Author: Helen Harper

Lights. Camera. Inaction. 

Ivy Wilde, the laziest witch in the West, is still entangled with the Hallowed Order of Magical Enlightenment. That's not a bad thing, however, because it gives her plenty of excuses to spend more time with sapphire eyed Raphael Winter, her supposed nemesis. And when he comes knocking because he needs her to spy on the latest series of Enchantment, she jumps at the chance. Hanging around a film set can't be hard ... or dangerous ... right?


Ivy wants Winter to contact her after their last meeting didn't seem to go so well. But when he does come to her it isn't for a personal reason it is for a job. She will do what she can to help especially after she starts getting strange vibes off of Winter about her laziness. 

Plus, she will have to work on the set of her favorite show, be around Winter, and try to solve a murder. She can do this, and it will be easy, so she thinks. 

This book was utterly amazing! I adored it! I also loved Winter and Ivy together. They make a great team, and I had more respect for Winter by the end of this one! He was freakin' awesome! 

I loved Ivy and how she was going to do her best to solve this murder, but also how she was really wanting to get Winter back and she was getting up the nerve to tell him how she really felt. But work kept getting in the way. Add in the fact that she was working on her favorite show, and she was in a happy mood. Until things didn't turn out like she was hoping. 

There is a major cliffhanger in the end of this book that totally throws you, and wants you wanting more right away. I know you do probably get good news, but it's still the fact that you don't know everything that really throws you off. 

Now, I can't wait for more this is turning into an amazing series. 
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