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The last thing Natalie Ethridge expected to do was to be hit by lightning - on purpose. Inheriting a cottage in Pine Lake was supposed to be the escape from her stressful life as a social worker. Instead, she’s taking witch lessons from her crazy, lightning-wielding grandmother, juggling guardianship of a sassy pre-teen, and taking over a pet shop, all while trying to get The last thing Natalie Ethridge expected to do was to be hit by lightning - on purpose. Inheriting a cottage in Pine Lake was supposed to be the escape from her stressful life as a social worker. Instead, she’s taking witch lessons from her crazy, lightning-wielding grandmother, juggling guardianship of a sassy pre-teen, and taking over a pet shop, all while trying to get used to her super-loud, super-new family. Too bad she can’t clone herself. Maybe there’s a spell for that? When the head of the local Witch Council is found dead, and Natalie’s Grandma Marguerite is named the prime suspect, Natalie’s new-found family is in jeopardy. At the risk of losing everything she had just gained, Natalie takes it on herself to clear Marguerite’s name and find the real killer — if the real killer doesn’t find her first.


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The last thing Natalie Ethridge expected to do was to be hit by lightning - on purpose. Inheriting a cottage in Pine Lake was supposed to be the escape from her stressful life as a social worker. Instead, she’s taking witch lessons from her crazy, lightning-wielding grandmother, juggling guardianship of a sassy pre-teen, and taking over a pet shop, all while trying to get The last thing Natalie Ethridge expected to do was to be hit by lightning - on purpose. Inheriting a cottage in Pine Lake was supposed to be the escape from her stressful life as a social worker. Instead, she’s taking witch lessons from her crazy, lightning-wielding grandmother, juggling guardianship of a sassy pre-teen, and taking over a pet shop, all while trying to get used to her super-loud, super-new family. Too bad she can’t clone herself. Maybe there’s a spell for that? When the head of the local Witch Council is found dead, and Natalie’s Grandma Marguerite is named the prime suspect, Natalie’s new-found family is in jeopardy. At the risk of losing everything she had just gained, Natalie takes it on herself to clear Marguerite’s name and find the real killer — if the real killer doesn’t find her first.

30 review for Charms & Clouds

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lex Kent

    3.75 Stars. This was a good second book in the Weather Witch series. This series is a lesfic paranormal cozy mystery series. I like the combo and am hooked in for the long hall. I do have to mention, like book one, the writing is a little clunky in the first couple chapters. It is almost like Spring is trying too hard. The dialogue seems forced and loses its humor because of it. But once again, after a few chapters, Spring finds her groove and the rest of the book works. I still would not call th 3.75 Stars. This was a good second book in the Weather Witch series. This series is a lesfic paranormal cozy mystery series. I like the combo and am hooked in for the long hall. I do have to mention, like book one, the writing is a little clunky in the first couple chapters. It is almost like Spring is trying too hard. The dialogue seems forced and loses its humor because of it. But once again, after a few chapters, Spring finds her groove and the rest of the book works. I still would not call this a romance. There is a ridiculous amount of flirting with the main Natalie and a potential love interest, but nothing more than flirting. I’m really hoping the romance will spark in book 3 since it is clear the characters are connecting. The murder mystery was pretty good. Since these are cozy mysteries any violence is light, and the book has a slight humor feel throughout. I was able to guess who the murderer was, but it was just a lucky guess. There is a new mystery about Natalie that is teased in this book. I’m excited to find out what it all means. I’m hoping this is what makes her grow a bit as a character in the next book. Book 3 should be out soon. These books are available with Kindle Unlimited. Spring is actually a penname for Noelle Winters so if you like her books you might want to give this a try. While you could technically start here, I would recommend reading book 1 Witchcraft & Winds first.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Doreen

    The second installment in Emilia Spring's lesfic paranormal cozy mystery. Natalie Etheridge settles into her new home, her new life and her second family. Her weather witch training continues. Her foster parenting of Gianna feels like it's still in the honeymoon period. Detective Riley has a cameo role as "the love interest." Natalie's decided to interject her exceedingly nosy self in another murder case. Her fully developed second family occupies an important place in her life. She even has the The second installment in Emilia Spring's lesfic paranormal cozy mystery. Natalie Etheridge settles into her new home, her new life and her second family. Her weather witch training continues. Her foster parenting of Gianna feels like it's still in the honeymoon period. Detective Riley has a cameo role as "the love interest." Natalie's decided to interject her exceedingly nosy self in another murder case. Her fully developed second family occupies an important place in her life. She even has the time to work on reopening the pet shop inherited by Gianna. If Book Two in the Weather Witch series sounds jam packed, that's because it really is. I think that I enjoyed the second novel more than I did the first one. The characters and plotline felt familiar and minimal world building was necessary. Storylines from Book One made their way into Book Two, but mostly as an overview. The two books should be read in sequence. Romance stayed almost completely in the backseat with the exception of some occasional instances of flirting. Riley and Natalie interact more like colleagues than intimates, but their relationship seems headed slowly in that direction. The paranormal elements of Clouds and Charms interested me more than the mystery. The whodunit works and moves the story toward conclusion, but magic made this novel special.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Angela

    Cute story,.. Love the slow pace with the romance, looking forward for the 3 book..

  4. 5 out of 5

    Marianne

    Fun Read This was a very fun read. I read this in about a day. I love the dynamic between all the characters. The one thing that did bother me was that there were quite a few inconsistencies. Characters that met in the first book were suddenly strangers to each other in the second. I think I remember a few instances like that in the first book as well. It could be a little jarring. There were quite a few grammar errors or typos, but I wasn’t too annoyed. The murder mystery was not super deep or ov Fun Read This was a very fun read. I read this in about a day. I love the dynamic between all the characters. The one thing that did bother me was that there were quite a few inconsistencies. Characters that met in the first book were suddenly strangers to each other in the second. I think I remember a few instances like that in the first book as well. It could be a little jarring. There were quite a few grammar errors or typos, but I wasn’t too annoyed. The murder mystery was not super deep or overly hard to figure out. This is not necessarily a bad thing. If you are looking for a lighthearted fun read with entertaining characters this is a good choice. I’m looking forward to the next book.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Huh

    Mystery combined with the magical I enjoyed the book previous to this and wanted to continue learning more about the young girl in the first book and the woman who had just learned she was a witch and that she actually had a birth family. I can’t wait to find out more about Natalie’s witching powers and hopefully about her birth mother. The mysteries are good and this particular book had me at a loss for who actually had committed the murder(s). The main characters in these stories are fun to lear Mystery combined with the magical I enjoyed the book previous to this and wanted to continue learning more about the young girl in the first book and the woman who had just learned she was a witch and that she actually had a birth family. I can’t wait to find out more about Natalie’s witching powers and hopefully about her birth mother. The mysteries are good and this particular book had me at a loss for who actually had committed the murder(s). The main characters in these stories are fun to learn about and oddly enough do act like members of real life families though without the magic.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Krystyna

    Hiding in plain sight Another great read. Family life is settling down, the new business is taking shape and she is finally getting into the whole mother role (well sort off). Lessons are still something she dreads. But all in all life is good. Until her Grandmother is suspected of killing a council member and human men are starting to drop like flies. Can she and her new family clear one and help to solve the other? The plot will keep you guessing right until the end whilst you live the ups and Hiding in plain sight Another great read. Family life is settling down, the new business is taking shape and she is finally getting into the whole mother role (well sort off). Lessons are still something she dreads. But all in all life is good. Until her Grandmother is suspected of killing a council member and human men are starting to drop like flies. Can she and her new family clear one and help to solve the other? The plot will keep you guessing right until the end whilst you live the ups and downs with the characters. Who are unfolding with each book. Really enjoyed this

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lisa R Smith

    A witch series I really like this series. Sometimes it moves a little slowly but it eventually gets the job done. The characters are great and they have so much potential for more stories. I’m rooting for the little kid witch, and for her foster parent who looks to be falling in love. It’s a bright and funny cozy mystery series.

  8. 5 out of 5

    M

    I really enjoyed this book and can not wait for the third to release. The main character is very likable has a really good sense of humor, and has a nice relationship with most other characters in the books.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Heather Henkel

    Great story I enjoyed reading this story and I love the slow dance that Riley and Natalie are doing. I can't wait for the next book. Great story I enjoyed reading this story and I love the slow dance that Riley and Natalie are doing. I can't wait for the next book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Reaves

    Fun read. I am looking forward to the next one.

  11. 5 out of 5

    leslie r orr

    Witches A well thought out witches cozy, with humour and suspense. I really enjoyed this book, I'm already waiting Impatiently for the next. Please if you like cozys with a twist get the first then the second. They are awesome. Witches A well thought out witches cozy, with humour and suspense. I really enjoyed this book, I'm already waiting Impatiently for the next. Please if you like cozys with a twist get the first then the second. They are awesome.

  12. 5 out of 5

    M

  13. 5 out of 5

    Shigui

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sheilagh Milner

  15. 5 out of 5

    Delitealex

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sami Finn

  17. 5 out of 5

    Riana

  18. 4 out of 5

    veronica

  19. 4 out of 5

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  20. 5 out of 5

    Aldous Russell

  21. 4 out of 5

    Caleb Loos

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jim Dragon

  23. 5 out of 5

    Karen Hobson

  24. 4 out of 5

    Beth

  25. 4 out of 5

    Laurie

  26. 4 out of 5

    Alison Baum

  27. 5 out of 5

    Nolly Sepulveda

  28. 4 out of 5

    Renea

  29. 5 out of 5

    Paige Abendroth

  30. 4 out of 5

    Phil Woods

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