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When the Blackmoore sisters travel to Salem Massachusetts in search of an ancient energy infused relic that has been hidden away since the 1692 Salem witch trials, they find themselves up to their elbows in witches, ghosts and cats ... not to mention murder. The sisters must depend on their paranormal detective skills to find the location of the relic before one of them bec When the Blackmoore sisters travel to Salem Massachusetts in search of an ancient energy infused relic that has been hidden away since the 1692 Salem witch trials, they find themselves up to their elbows in witches, ghosts and cats ... not to mention murder. The sisters must depend on their paranormal detective skills to find the location of the relic before one of them becomes the next victim, but when their handsome guardian angel, Mateo, shows up with a surprise revelation about their paranormal gifts, the sisters must face a truth that could change their world forever.


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When the Blackmoore sisters travel to Salem Massachusetts in search of an ancient energy infused relic that has been hidden away since the 1692 Salem witch trials, they find themselves up to their elbows in witches, ghosts and cats ... not to mention murder. The sisters must depend on their paranormal detective skills to find the location of the relic before one of them bec When the Blackmoore sisters travel to Salem Massachusetts in search of an ancient energy infused relic that has been hidden away since the 1692 Salem witch trials, they find themselves up to their elbows in witches, ghosts and cats ... not to mention murder. The sisters must depend on their paranormal detective skills to find the location of the relic before one of them becomes the next victim, but when their handsome guardian angel, Mateo, shows up with a surprise revelation about their paranormal gifts, the sisters must face a truth that could change their world forever.

30 review for Spell Found

  1. 4 out of 5

    Nola Arganbright

    Having a ball A great series about four sisters and their paranormal gifts. The sisters are given the job of gathering certain magic relics. With the help of their boyfriends and other paranormal groups they are learning how to use their gifts to accomplish their task.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline Seaman

    I read this book because I read a previous book in this series so I figured why not?? I really wanted to like this book but I cannot! The Blackmoore sisters are not really likable or believable. They ignore the truths right in front of them. They have stupid conversations as if they are preteens. The obvious stuff that should come natural after 7 BOOKS in this series still seem to baffle them. Their cat is smarter then the 4 of them put together and they still think it is JUST a cat. They only ( I read this book because I read a previous book in this series so I figured why not?? I really wanted to like this book but I cannot! The Blackmoore sisters are not really likable or believable. They ignore the truths right in front of them. They have stupid conversations as if they are preteens. The obvious stuff that should come natural after 7 BOOKS in this series still seem to baffle them. Their cat is smarter then the 4 of them put together and they still think it is JUST a cat. They only (just barely) believe in paranormal, but do not believe in witches (which I am sure they are). And there is no reason for their adamant disbelief in witches. So it seems totally asinine that they believe in paranormal, ghosts, and everything else other worldly but not witches, really ?? They have to dial up and down their paranormal gifts, but then when that "paranormal gift" kicks in they say things like, well maybe I'm imagining things, or maybe lack of sleep is getting to me. You have gifts that you don't fully trust, a cat that has abilities(and is clearly smarter than you), and powers that are other worldly but you still don't believe? This book reads like a YA (very young, maybe 13 years old?) book. I usually like cozy mysteries but these sisters with their childishness made this a hard and un-enjoyable read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Trish

    It was good to see the series move out of its usual stomping ground, and out into the wider world: both geographically and paranormally.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Deb

    Fun to read as always Fun story to read. Started off a little slow. Very likable characters. Enjoyed the story. Fun read as always yeah

  5. 5 out of 5

    Carlin

    I read the first book in this series probably a year ago and loved it but never pursued the rest of the series. I got #7 for free via BookBub and thoroughly enjoyed getting reacquainted with the 4 Blackmore sisters. Although there were many references to former books and it is clear it would be preferable to read them in order, I had no problem getting into the story. It was surprising to me that the sisters were still not aware of the extent of their individual "powers" even after all the previ I read the first book in this series probably a year ago and loved it but never pursued the rest of the series. I got #7 for free via BookBub and thoroughly enjoyed getting reacquainted with the 4 Blackmore sisters. Although there were many references to former books and it is clear it would be preferable to read them in order, I had no problem getting into the story. It was surprising to me that the sisters were still not aware of the extent of their individual "powers" even after all the previous stories. They know they each have paranormal powers but adamantly refuse to believe in witches let alone that they might be ones themselves! I definitely would read more of this series.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Nanci

    I found this book free on Bookbub. It is a quick read and the story is compelling. The characters are interesting but not well-developed in this book. I have read one earlier book in this series, and I don't even recall it. The flow gets clunked up when all four sisters and their cat have to work together to get through tense situations. Each sister has a different paranormal gift and this gets in the way of the story. The setting is Salem, Massachusetts, a perfect place for these characters. I t I found this book free on Bookbub. It is a quick read and the story is compelling. The characters are interesting but not well-developed in this book. I have read one earlier book in this series, and I don't even recall it. The flow gets clunked up when all four sisters and their cat have to work together to get through tense situations. Each sister has a different paranormal gift and this gets in the way of the story. The setting is Salem, Massachusetts, a perfect place for these characters. I tend to prefer more complex characters and more complex plots and settings that interact with the story. Spell Found has many of the elements I enjoy but none of the complexity I like.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    There were so many typos I about lost my mind. I also found the characters to be morons, completely unaware of things blatantly in front of their faces. There were times it felt like the author got super excited and wrote too fast, at times smashing things together that didn't fully make sense or work with the story, and at other times seemed to just add useless information or dialogue in order to make the story longer. There were so many typos I about lost my mind. I also found the characters to be morons, completely unaware of things blatantly in front of their faces. There were times it felt like the author got super excited and wrote too fast, at times smashing things together that didn't fully make sense or work with the story, and at other times seemed to just add useless information or dialogue in order to make the story longer.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Bernadette Mcgoldrick

    Cute This is the first book of this series I've read, as a stand alone book I didn't feel I missed out on anything by not reading the previous books. It is quite short and only took two hours to read, but it was light relief and quite fun, I will be recommending it to my thirteen yr old, I think she will enjoy it even more than I did. Cute This is the first book of this series I've read, as a stand alone book I didn't feel I missed out on anything by not reading the previous books. It is quite short and only took two hours to read, but it was light relief and quite fun, I will be recommending it to my thirteen yr old, I think she will enjoy it even more than I did.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Shelby Webb

    Love it! I enjoy this series very much. The characters are fun and the romance is just an extra but of enjoyment Can't wait for the next one Love it! I enjoy this series very much. The characters are fun and the romance is just an extra but of enjoyment Can't wait for the next one

  10. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    Less a mystery than a magical treasure hunt. Four sisters with paranormal powers have been hired by another paranormal to track an important magical relic before it is discovered by their enemy. Using their various powers - channeling energy, talking with spirits, working with crystals, and intuitive sight- the sisters follow the clue to Salem, MA where they start stumbling over bodies and realize their enemy is near. A fun adventure, not typical magical mystery. There are energy guns, power sap Less a mystery than a magical treasure hunt. Four sisters with paranormal powers have been hired by another paranormal to track an important magical relic before it is discovered by their enemy. Using their various powers - channeling energy, talking with spirits, working with crystals, and intuitive sight- the sisters follow the clue to Salem, MA where they start stumbling over bodies and realize their enemy is near. A fun adventure, not typical magical mystery. There are energy guns, power sapping geodes, and dangerous vortexes. The only thing I didn't understand was the sisters' reluctance to accept the possibility that witchcraft existed. One of them talks to ghosts and another can use crystals to heal. Don't get why using spells is such a ridiculous leap. Seemed silly. I look forward to the next in the series.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sherry Sharpnack

    I have enjoyed LeighAnn Dobbs’ cozy mysteries, but this one is a serious clunker. The plot line was clunky and packed w/ holes, and I found it hard to suspend disbelief when the bad guys were pulling out energy guns to shoot at the Blackmoore sisters, who are supposed to be finding a relic w/ powers for the paranormal company for which they now work. Since when? That’s My fault, as I’m too cheap to pay much for Kindle mysteries, so I haven’t read books #4-6 in the series and this was #7. Anyway, I have enjoyed LeighAnn Dobbs’ cozy mysteries, but this one is a serious clunker. The plot line was clunky and packed w/ holes, and I found it hard to suspend disbelief when the bad guys were pulling out energy guns to shoot at the Blackmoore sisters, who are supposed to be finding a relic w/ powers for the paranormal company for which they now work. Since when? That’s My fault, as I’m too cheap to pay much for Kindle mysteries, so I haven’t read books #4-6 in the series and this was #7. Anyway, the climax of the fight between the sisters and the bad guys was pretty good, and...ARE they actually witches? I’ll give the cozy two stars for the suspenseful climax. Whoever entered this book into the Kindle library did a bad job w/ incorrect words and verb tenses. Distracting for me, as I’m a proofreading savant. Just don’t bother.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    There are two books before this one that I haven't been able to find (#s 6 & 7), which is a little frustrating. However, there weren't too many references to the past, so it didn't realize make much difference to enjoying the story. It was interesting that this one introduced witches and spells (or at least ONE spell) which should make for even more places to go in future books. As usual, the girls are finding dead bodies, and their cat keeps appearing when they don't expect her to. You'd think There are two books before this one that I haven't been able to find (#s 6 & 7), which is a little frustrating. However, there weren't too many references to the past, so it didn't realize make much difference to enjoying the story. It was interesting that this one introduced witches and spells (or at least ONE spell) which should make for even more places to go in future books. As usual, the girls are finding dead bodies, and their cat keeps appearing when they don't expect her to. You'd think by now they'd pay attention when the cat gives them 'clues'! A black cat also entered the picture, but as long as they don't stay in Salem, I doubt if it will appear again. Interesting enough to hold me attention, and I liked the new additions.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kymm

    The Blackmoore sisters are back and will need to use their paranormal skills along with some newly learned witchcraft to solve the latest murders and solve the mystery of the missing relic in "Spell Found" by Leighann Dobbs. They find themselves in Salem where the witch trials of 1692 took place and there's more there than the ghosts of those brave women to deal with. They'll also discover witchcraft is not to be taken lightly and a good spell is sometimes exactly what one needs! This was a good The Blackmoore sisters are back and will need to use their paranormal skills along with some newly learned witchcraft to solve the latest murders and solve the mystery of the missing relic in "Spell Found" by Leighann Dobbs. They find themselves in Salem where the witch trials of 1692 took place and there's more there than the ghosts of those brave women to deal with. They'll also discover witchcraft is not to be taken lightly and a good spell is sometimes exactly what one needs! This was a good one and I loved how the sisters were so adverse to accepting witchcraft as a real thing, yet they're all are so comfortable with their own paranormal skills. On to book #8! Happy Reading!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Heidi

    Another fun, quick read about the Blackmoore sisters. The only part of the story I did NOT like was when Celeste was speaking to the ghost of Sarah Easty (an accused witch from 1692 Salem). Sarah's few sentences of dialog are VERY modern and it was annoying to read "About time you got here", "I was part of the inner circle when the whole thing went down", "What a drag that was", and "Now I'm just a ghost hanging around waiting for you people to show up...". It would've been way more believable i Another fun, quick read about the Blackmoore sisters. The only part of the story I did NOT like was when Celeste was speaking to the ghost of Sarah Easty (an accused witch from 1692 Salem). Sarah's few sentences of dialog are VERY modern and it was annoying to read "About time you got here", "I was part of the inner circle when the whole thing went down", "What a drag that was", and "Now I'm just a ghost hanging around waiting for you people to show up...". It would've been way more believable if her lines were in the speech patterns of the late 1600's.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ilene

    This novel is a delight! The Blackmore sisters form a sisterhood that immediately includes the reader in the story. You’re right there whenever any sister has something to say, to do, to be or to encounter. There’s something truly around every turn even to the point that the sisters all are able to successfully use a spell, out of pure desperation. And even though it’s pretty apparent that each one of them is a spellcaster, they all refuse to believe it! What a hoot! Well, now I’m hooked on both This novel is a delight! The Blackmore sisters form a sisterhood that immediately includes the reader in the story. You’re right there whenever any sister has something to say, to do, to be or to encounter. There’s something truly around every turn even to the point that the sisters all are able to successfully use a spell, out of pure desperation. And even though it’s pretty apparent that each one of them is a spellcaster, they all refuse to believe it! What a hoot! Well, now I’m hooked on both the author and the series.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sue

    I enjoyed this spooky mystery set in Salem, Mass. about the 4 Blackmore sisters who each have diferent special talents. While the sketches of the sisters were not detailed, this is #7 in the series and the previous books probably give you more on each girl's personality. I enjoyed the scavenger hunt that centered in Salem, Mass. and the historical references. Though the plot and talents andeerie events were fun to read about, I had a bit of a hard time thinking this was anything like realistic. I enjoyed this spooky mystery set in Salem, Mass. about the 4 Blackmore sisters who each have diferent special talents. While the sketches of the sisters were not detailed, this is #7 in the series and the previous books probably give you more on each girl's personality. I enjoyed the scavenger hunt that centered in Salem, Mass. and the historical references. Though the plot and talents andeerie events were fun to read about, I had a bit of a hard time thinking this was anything like realistic. This is a light-hearted fun read.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Trudi Jorda

    I always enjoy a good story involving magic, mystery and mayhem and I enjoyed this tale based in Salem , MA location of the infamous Salem Witch Trials. This is a well written fun story with plenty of plot twists and a hint of romance about 4 sisters with paranormal talents that get involved with finding a missing , very powerful crystal ball and and all the other folks that are hunting it down. Along with a few very smart cats and a few witches this book is a good read. I gave it a four because I always enjoy a good story involving magic, mystery and mayhem and I enjoyed this tale based in Salem , MA location of the infamous Salem Witch Trials. This is a well written fun story with plenty of plot twists and a hint of romance about 4 sisters with paranormal talents that get involved with finding a missing , very powerful crystal ball and and all the other folks that are hunting it down. Along with a few very smart cats and a few witches this book is a good read. I gave it a four because it was a bit slow in places but would actually give it a 4.5. Enjoy!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mary Cokenour

    Still looking for the relic, the Blackmoore sisters set off to Salem. While there, they learn much about the history of the Salem witch trials, and visit a couple of the local museums dedicated to that time (1692). While the sisters are still developing their paranormal powers, well guess what, they find out they're also witches! Who knew!?! So far, I think this is, even though it's book #7, my #1 favorite of the series. Oh, they do find 2 dead bodies, and surprise again, they aren't jailed as su Still looking for the relic, the Blackmoore sisters set off to Salem. While there, they learn much about the history of the Salem witch trials, and visit a couple of the local museums dedicated to that time (1692). While the sisters are still developing their paranormal powers, well guess what, they find out they're also witches! Who knew!?! So far, I think this is, even though it's book #7, my #1 favorite of the series. Oh, they do find 2 dead bodies, and surprise again, they aren't jailed as suspects. What a change!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Diane J. Caldarulo

    The story line continues While there is some redunancy, boring to the continued reader of the series from tge beginning, its an evil necessity that ensures each book in the series could ve read on its own. I can't wait for the next book in the series and revel in watching the Blackmore Sisters gain more control over their gifts. The story line continues While there is some redunancy, boring to the continued reader of the series from tge beginning, its an evil necessity that ensures each book in the series could ve read on its own. I can't wait for the next book in the series and revel in watching the Blackmore Sisters gain more control over their gifts.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Adrienne

    The Blackmore sisters are following the clues, but can't identify a murderer until its almost too late. They hold the key yet still need to follow the clues that will lead them to a crystal ball. Problem is people are dying for the same crystal ball. Its written simple, more for the teens and preteens, but its a fun who dun it. The Blackmore sisters are following the clues, but can't identify a murderer until its almost too late. They hold the key yet still need to follow the clues that will lead them to a crystal ball. Problem is people are dying for the same crystal ball. Its written simple, more for the teens and preteens, but its a fun who dun it.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Karen Billingsley

    Another winner I really have enjoyed all of the books I've read by Leighann Dobbs and this one is no exception. I love the Blackmoor sisters and, of course, their cat, Belladonna. I live in NH and vacation in Maine at Wells Beach, which is not far from Ogunquit, so I feel right at home reading these stories. Keep them coming! Another winner I really have enjoyed all of the books I've read by Leighann Dobbs and this one is no exception. I love the Blackmoor sisters and, of course, their cat, Belladonna. I live in NH and vacation in Maine at Wells Beach, which is not far from Ogunquit, so I feel right at home reading these stories. Keep them coming!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Veronica

    My take on this latest in the series is: I LOVE ANYTHING ABOUT THE BLACKMORE SISTERS. They are enticing, interesting, always in and out of trouble, and of course they triumph in the end. In between, they interact with their guardian "angel" and a couple of other "guardian angels" and learn a lot more about themselves. Can hardly wait for the next one. My take on this latest in the series is: I LOVE ANYTHING ABOUT THE BLACKMORE SISTERS. They are enticing, interesting, always in and out of trouble, and of course they triumph in the end. In between, they interact with their guardian "angel" and a couple of other "guardian angels" and learn a lot more about themselves. Can hardly wait for the next one.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Krystyna

    The finale - all the past questions finally cleared up Awesome! The final bits of the mystery now come to light. Will it give them the strength to fight off the ultimate threat? A great ending to a terrific series with all the bits finally making sense. A great series that ended at the right time and didn't leave you with any unanswered questions. The finale - all the past questions finally cleared up Awesome! The final bits of the mystery now come to light. Will it give them the strength to fight off the ultimate threat? A great ending to a terrific series with all the bits finally making sense. A great series that ended at the right time and didn't leave you with any unanswered questions.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sue Doucette

    Wonderful mystery Donna has upped the ante in the most recent Blackmore sisters mystery. The sisters and Belladonna, their magical cat, travel to Salem, Mass where murder, a centuries old mystery, and lots history await. I read the book fast, eagerly anticipating the twisting ending. Enjoy! I know that I did.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Maryann Hornbaker

    Not my type I hate to even rate this since I really don’t care for this genre of special powers being to main topic. I read about a third if the book . Something I rarely do. I usually finish what I start. It seemed well written with an interesting story line. I just couldn’t finish it. Try it if you like young ladies with 4 special powers to help them solve mysteries.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kelly J

    This is my second Blackmore sisters story. I like how close and independent they are. Each sister has their own quirks & strengths without bickering. The story is so well written that you don't have to read them in order to understand their relationship or abilities. I like the mystic vibe without feeling like it all too much to believe. This is my second Blackmore sisters story. I like how close and independent they are. Each sister has their own quirks & strengths without bickering. The story is so well written that you don't have to read them in order to understand their relationship or abilities. I like the mystic vibe without feeling like it all too much to believe.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Darla Taylor

    The Blackmoore sisters have traveled to Salem, Massachusetts in search of another enchanted relic after finding a special crystal. They must follow the clues and rely on their paranormal abilities. This was a quick and enjoyable read although I find the sisters a bit aggravating at times. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series. The Blackmoore sisters have traveled to Salem, Massachusetts in search of another enchanted relic after finding a special crystal. They must follow the clues and rely on their paranormal abilities. This was a quick and enjoyable read although I find the sisters a bit aggravating at times. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Gail

    The Blackmore sisters learn a spell! Do you believe in witches? Read this book to find out more about witches. Leighann Dobbs writes compellingly to keep your attention to see what will happen next. The sisters are on a quest to find a crystal . To keep it safe from evil hands. This book is full of intrigue and suspense, so do not miss reading it. Happy reading! 😊

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    This was different in that the sisters were searching for special paranormal crystal ball. They were following clues around Salem and in the process they found more than one body. The surprise at the end was how the real bad guys and murderer were. I really enjoyed this.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Dale Keck

    Kindle Unlimited, Leighann Dobbs writes under Leighann Dobbs, Annie Dobbs and (soon) L.A. Dobbs but her real name {not sure if she writes under that one} is Lee Dobbins, Hazel Martin Mysteries only one I found for this type with her, she has not made sure that terms used match the British terms as well as in other areas for that period of architecture and assorted styles. The Notch Cozy Mystery Series {5 out as of this writing} and the Blackbore Sisters Cozy Mysteries are not on Kindle Unlimited Kindle Unlimited, Leighann Dobbs writes under Leighann Dobbs, Annie Dobbs and (soon) L.A. Dobbs but her real name {not sure if she writes under that one} is Lee Dobbins, Hazel Martin Mysteries only one I found for this type with her, she has not made sure that terms used match the British terms as well as in other areas for that period of architecture and assorted styles. The Notch Cozy Mystery Series {5 out as of this writing} and the Blackbore Sisters Cozy Mysteries are not on Kindle Unlimited which as said before about 1 & 7 {the only ones given free, sure would not have bought them} and ditto for Ghostly Paws which is 1 of 5 at this time but did get others free over time. While some of her other books are Kindle Unlimited none of the Blackmoore Sisters Cozy Mysteries are which doesn't matter to me as read #1 and #7 and was way underwhelmed. Leighann Dobbs writes under Leighann Dobbs, Annie Dobbs and (soon) L.A. Dobbs but her real name {not sure if she writes under that one} is Lee Dobbins, Hazel Martin Mysteries only one I found for this type with her, she has not made sure that terms used match the British terms as well as in other areas for that period of architecture and assorted styles. By the way, bakeries and other food service places don't run like that. Badly needs to proof things, it's messing up the flow of the book, which my computer reads to me, so that's bad. As for these, it's not that the situations couldn't happen, it's in the telling of the story, with unlikable unbelievable characters and situations, again. Yet another goodreads won't hide it don't want to see the badly proofed badly plotted poor excuse for bad soft core porn crap. The 'historical' ones are like that and so are the some of the non cozy mysteries and some of the sorta but not really mysteries because can't write, etc ad nauseum. The most any of them got was 2 changed to 1 for crap cozy, some get a 1 which means basically crappy soft porn 'romance' etc. 3 in Silver Hollow Paranormal Cozy Mystery Series so far which are on kindle unlimited, 3 in the Moosamuck Island Mysteries , 5 in the Mystic Notch Cozy Mysteries so far {not ku}, Blackmore Sisters has 7 {not ku}, Hazel Martin Mysteries only has 1 so far, Lexy Baker Cozy Mystery series 12 so far is on ku. Others.including Scandals and Spies Book series so far 4 which are basically romance soft core porn dreck but hey you can get them on ku. Witches of Hawthorne Grove 1 so far,Cevonne Bride of Oklahoma, Unexpected Series 4 so far ku. The Lexy Baker Cozy Mystery Series By the way, bakeries and other food service places don't run like that. Badly needs to proof things, it's messing up the flow of the book, which my computer reads to me, so that's bad. As for these, it's not that the situations couldn't happen, it's in the telling of the story, with unlikable unbelievable characters and situations, again. Copy/paste fill in the blank seems to be pretty much what she is doing in her books, which wouldn't be half as bad if the plots and ploys and actions were believable at all.Just change the name for a book and maybe change the series list under, and you are right back to copy paste same old same old. NOTE: I specifically mentioned certain of the 'books'/series were achieving soft core crap status, and specifically said which ones those were, reference AGAIN the above quoted review, and did not specifically mention the blackmore ones as that, BUT and had not mentioned that had went back and rated all no talent no plot cardboard charactered 'stories' listed above as 1 as well. I will change the original review to reflect that, but it is still a 1, and MY review of the crap stands.

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