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  1. 5 out of 5

    JoAn

    This was a fun and entertaining afternoon read for me. Grace is a protagonist that I can relate to and Covenstead, VT sounds like the kind of place that could provide endless entertainment for those who wish magic was real.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Crystal

    This book was unlike any of the other author's books. This is a book in a new series. It was interesting, mysterious, intriguing, suspenseful, gripping and kept you guessing until the end of the book. The book was a page turner... I highly recommend this book and yes I will read it again. I look forward to reading this book in print format sometime in the future. **Please Note** I received a free Digital ARC Of This Book in exchange for my honest review. This is my honest review of the book. This book was unlike any of the other author's books. This is a book in a new series. It was interesting, mysterious, intriguing, suspenseful, gripping and kept you guessing until the end of the book. The book was a page turner... I highly recommend this book and yes I will read it again. I look forward to reading this book in print format sometime in the future. **Please Note** I received a free Digital ARC Of This Book in exchange for my honest review. This is my honest review of the book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kim Loomer

    This brand new series was an incredible read that settled you in the magical town of Covenstead, Vermont. Grace who is a traveling nurse and her dog Lucky celebrated Grace's 50th birthday alone and Grace with for something different for her life. Well Covenstead is the answer to that wish but she can't believe that the town uses magic for most things. There is also a mystery for her to solve. I thought this was a very good book and when it ended I was shocked because I was so into the story I wa This brand new series was an incredible read that settled you in the magical town of Covenstead, Vermont. Grace who is a traveling nurse and her dog Lucky celebrated Grace's 50th birthday alone and Grace with for something different for her life. Well Covenstead is the answer to that wish but she can't believe that the town uses magic for most things. There is also a mystery for her to solve. I thought this was a very good book and when it ended I was shocked because I was so into the story I wanted MORE, PLEASE!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Saundra Wright

    Amorette Anderson has done it again! She has created the perfect small town; one where I would enjoy living. Covenstead is a quaint, self-sufficient town hidden away in the woods. In fact, one can’t find it unless the manifestation council sends you an invitation! Grace is ready for a change in her life. She just turned fifty; broke up with her partner; ended a nursing job, and her lease is up on her condo. Her birthday celebration included just her pit, Lucky. Not surprising Grace’s birthday wis Amorette Anderson has done it again! She has created the perfect small town; one where I would enjoy living. Covenstead is a quaint, self-sufficient town hidden away in the woods. In fact, one can’t find it unless the manifestation council sends you an invitation! Grace is ready for a change in her life. She just turned fifty; broke up with her partner; ended a nursing job, and her lease is up on her condo. Her birthday celebration included just her pit, Lucky. Not surprising Grace’s birthday wish was for a change in her life. As she is loading her last case of belongings into her car, a paper flutters to the sidewalk in front of her. She picks it up to see a job listing for a full time nurse in a nearby place, one she’s never heard of. Not normally spontaneous, Grace nevertheless heads for the town. Be careful what you wish for! It might just manifest in your life in ways you could never imagine! Visit Covenstead and join the magic.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mike Lewis

    An entertaining paranormal mystery fiction series. This was an entertaining Paranormal mystery fiction a story. A great cast of characters and an entertaining storyline. A traveling nurse who just turned 50 makes a wish for a change. She soon finds out she is out of work and by chance learns of a new job in a small town she’s never heard of. As a traveling nurse for the past number of years she has learned to live light and pack light. She packed everything up and heads off for a new job. When sh An entertaining paranormal mystery fiction series. This was an entertaining Paranormal mystery fiction a story. A great cast of characters and an entertaining storyline. A traveling nurse who just turned 50 makes a wish for a change. She soon finds out she is out of work and by chance learns of a new job in a small town she’s never heard of. As a traveling nurse for the past number of years she has learned to live light and pack light. She packed everything up and heads off for a new job. When she arrives she finds out it is a small town with a small clinic that needs a nurse. She begins to hear weird things and see a few things that make her think she’s going crazy. As time goes by she begins to learn the secrets of the little town. Is it magic is she going crazy what’s going on. Read on and discover the mystery of the town and see if she can solve another mystery while she’s at it. Check it out

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jill Anna Freeman

    ” Post-Op and Potions: Midlife Medicine Book 1” by Amorette Anderson is a tale of one Grace Littleton a fifty year old traveling nurse ...her Pit bull Lucky and the magical village of Covenstead, Vermont. At mid-life ...Grace desires a change ...and boy does she get one. An offer she can’t refuse floats down from the heavens...tailor-made just for Grace...and the wonders don’t stop there ...not only is she hired immediately...but magically her trusty pit bull Lucky now not only has “opinions” bu ” Post-Op and Potions: Midlife Medicine Book 1” by Amorette Anderson is a tale of one Grace Littleton a fifty year old traveling nurse ...her Pit bull Lucky and the magical village of Covenstead, Vermont. At mid-life ...Grace desires a change ...and boy does she get one. An offer she can’t refuse floats down from the heavens...tailor-made just for Grace...and the wonders don’t stop there ...not only is she hired immediately...but magically her trusty pit bull Lucky now not only has “opinions” but can voice them....and the magic doesn’t stop there ...there are mind-controlled marauding squirrels...and temptingly devilish bookstore owner and did I mention mysteries?!? Opps...I said TOO MUCH! A delightful NEW series from the highly creative pen of Amorette Anderson. Read and see. Much enjoyed and Highly Recommended. I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Copy of this book.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Diana Lindoff

    Amorette Anderson has created the perfect quirky small town in a new series, POST-OP POTIONS. You will find the writing and the characters wonderful with a fun the plot. Grace just turned fifty and her birthday party included her dog Lucky and the birthday girl. She has no boyfriend, no place to live and no job prospects. Her birthday wish asked for a change in her life.  Boy did she get a change.   Get ready for some fun. A medical clinic that doesn't seem to have patient protocols and patients s Amorette Anderson has created the perfect quirky small town in a new series, POST-OP POTIONS. You will find the writing and the characters wonderful with a fun the plot. Grace just turned fifty and her birthday party included her dog Lucky and the birthday girl. She has no boyfriend, no place to live and no job prospects. Her birthday wish asked for a change in her life.  Boy did she get a change.   Get ready for some fun. A medical clinic that doesn't seem to have patient protocols and patients seem to magically heal practically overnight.  I did receive an advance readers copy from the author and the above is my freely given and honest review

  8. 4 out of 5

    Darla Abney-Cox

    A wonderful new series!! This is the start of another wonderfully-fun series by the author of the Hillcrest Witches series. Grace is an out-of-work travelling nurse who sends a message out to the universe for something different. And, boy does she get it. She gets an "invitation" to a job in a small town in Vermont and she decides it's worth a shot. But, things aren't always what they seem to be. When an elderly man is attacked by squirrels, several people say they were hypnotized. Then, all sort A wonderful new series!! This is the start of another wonderfully-fun series by the author of the Hillcrest Witches series. Grace is an out-of-work travelling nurse who sends a message out to the universe for something different. And, boy does she get it. She gets an "invitation" to a job in a small town in Vermont and she decides it's worth a shot. But, things aren't always what they seem to be. When an elderly man is attacked by squirrels, several people say they were hypnotized. Then, all sorts of other strange things happen. It will be up to Grace to figure out who's behind them. But, will she be able to and come out alive?

  9. 4 out of 5

    Amy Walker

    Insulting This story was an insult to middle aged women, nurses and dogs. I should know I am a middle aged women who has been a nurse for 35 years and an avid dog lover. It is juvenile in both context and writing style. There is no meat to the story. There is no facts in what a nurse actually does. The lame attempts makes a nurse look like a doctor’s hand-maiden. The characters are one dimensional. The poor excuse of trying to be diverse by saying a character is gay then not sticking to it was i Insulting This story was an insult to middle aged women, nurses and dogs. I should know I am a middle aged women who has been a nurse for 35 years and an avid dog lover. It is juvenile in both context and writing style. There is no meat to the story. There is no facts in what a nurse actually does. The lame attempts makes a nurse look like a doctor’s hand-maiden. The characters are one dimensional. The poor excuse of trying to be diverse by saying a character is gay then not sticking to it was insulting. I have read several “cozy” type books. None are riveting reads but this one I had to force myself to finish it was so predictable and just plan bad.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Dale Fletcher

    WHEN??? I have simply love this book, being a woman divorced mother of two grown young men, it really wowed me especially since that little girl part of me still exists that believes in magic Santa Claus Jesus loves us all etc. I recommend this read to anyone in their mid twenties late 40s and up but my question to the author is when when when is the next book? Please don't keep us waiting too long and please let me know when the next one's due to come out I'm not very patient person I am sorry f WHEN??? I have simply love this book, being a woman divorced mother of two grown young men, it really wowed me especially since that little girl part of me still exists that believes in magic Santa Claus Jesus loves us all etc. I recommend this read to anyone in their mid twenties late 40s and up but my question to the author is when when when is the next book? Please don't keep us waiting too long and please let me know when the next one's due to come out I'm not very patient person I am sorry for that but I'm not sorry for my eagerness to reach your next book in this series. Thank you Ms Anderson

  11. 5 out of 5

    Rachelle Steward

    Fantastically excellent read This story is intriguing, warmed my heart, and made me smile. All perfect earmarks of a wonderful story, one that will stay with you for a very long time. The characters are so real and witty. The animals add a living note to the story. "What's your third favorite thing?" " You. " oh you nust read this delightful story to see what I mean. Very well done, Amorette. Love this new series so much! Fantastically excellent read This story is intriguing, warmed my heart, and made me smile. All perfect earmarks of a wonderful story, one that will stay with you for a very long time. The characters are so real and witty. The animals add a living note to the story. "What's your third favorite thing?" " You. " oh you nust read this delightful story to see what I mean. Very well done, Amorette. Love this new series so much!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Maria E.

    I'm moving to Covinstead!!! I'd give it a 6th star if it was available. Nice to have a heroine who's not a teeny bopper! Loved Grace, and Lucy her Pittie. The whole idea of ending up in this here to for unheard of town, and having Grace come to terms with otherwordly happenings was great. The plot winds back and forth and sideways, with mysterious happenings along the way. Nice little mystery. Unusual cast of characters. Read it! You'll love it. I'm moving to Covinstead!!! I'd give it a 6th star if it was available. Nice to have a heroine who's not a teeny bopper! Loved Grace, and Lucy her Pittie. The whole idea of ending up in this here to for unheard of town, and having Grace come to terms with otherwordly happenings was great. The plot winds back and forth and sideways, with mysterious happenings along the way. Nice little mystery. Unusual cast of characters. Read it! You'll love it.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Brianna Mills

    Cute story overall It was overall a good story. I like reading about women finding their strengths and new paths at all stages of life, not just early years. I love that she has a pit bull, but I am disappointed that the author included the myths about pitties having "locking jaws" and "stronger jaws", which has been scientifically discredited. Harmful myths like that are part of why the is still all much stigma about the breed. Cute story overall It was overall a good story. I like reading about women finding their strengths and new paths at all stages of life, not just early years. I love that she has a pit bull, but I am disappointed that the author included the myths about pitties having "locking jaws" and "stronger jaws", which has been scientifically discredited. Harmful myths like that are part of why the is still all much stigma about the breed.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Pat

    I enjoyed this story though it may seem rather silly to some people. I think it is comical how Grace, who is out of a job, suddenly gets offered a job that doesn't require her nursing skills. She has to learn how to be a detective & how to solve the mystery of the nutty squirrels & a bear that also goes nuts. I enjoyed this story though it may seem rather silly to some people. I think it is comical how Grace, who is out of a job, suddenly gets offered a job that doesn't require her nursing skills. She has to learn how to be a detective & how to solve the mystery of the nutty squirrels & a bear that also goes nuts.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Tyrannosaurus regina

    This was different, I'll give it that. There are several bits of the worldbuilding that could use some explaining or justification, and some more depth of characterisation would be nice, but I am intrigued by the idea of investigation being understood as part of her new role and how that changes up the dynamics. Not thrilled with the bait and switch with the (not actually) gay character, but I saw it coming. This was different, I'll give it that. There are several bits of the worldbuilding that could use some explaining or justification, and some more depth of characterisation would be nice, but I am intrigued by the idea of investigation being understood as part of her new role and how that changes up the dynamics. Not thrilled with the bait and switch with the (not actually) gay character, but I saw it coming.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Christopher Shepherd

    Read below. Anything here would be redundant. Excellent book. I am thoroughly impressed by her imagination. Amorette, get busy and write some more. Don't forget about Turkey and the gang. Read below. Anything here would be redundant. Excellent book. I am thoroughly impressed by her imagination. Amorette, get busy and write some more. Don't forget about Turkey and the gang.

  17. 4 out of 5

    michelle

    Grace and Lucky , a refreshing new team. Wonderful new series by one of my favorite authors. I live Grace and Lucky. It's refreshing to find a midlife heroine who is her own person, and open to a new way of life. I look forward to spending many happy days in Coven stead. Grace and Lucky , a refreshing new team. Wonderful new series by one of my favorite authors. I live Grace and Lucky. It's refreshing to find a midlife heroine who is her own person, and open to a new way of life. I look forward to spending many happy days in Coven stead.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    Good read This is a good storyline about a 50 year old woman who is starting over in a magical town. The characters are well developed and the conversations flow naturally. The plot and subplots move quickly,making it hard to put the book down. Looking forward to the next book.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Christa

    Pop & pot This book establishes the main character into a magical town. I love that Grace has Lucky. I could imagine the contents of the white bag with all of my senses. What a marvelous idea. Good story - lots of excitement.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Neena Christianson Martin

    A new job. Grace just lost her nursing job and was moving to a hotel with Lucky, her pit bull mix. Out of nowhere a job ad for a registered nurse fell into her lap. In the spur of the moment Grace heads to the job address and gets a lot more than she was expecting.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Angie R Geissman

    I really enjoyed this book. It was about a travel nurse who takes a position in a magical town. I’m a nurse and you don’t see a lot of those in mysteries which is why I chose it to read. The storyline was clever and very enjoyable-can’t wait for the next one.

  22. 5 out of 5

    sheila k. salesman

    Great idea I got this for free and decided to give it a try. I really liked the book, and the author kept me guessing. I think this author will be one to keep tabs on for future books.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Debbie ONeill

    Interesting I like reading these little copies. This one had a slightly different take that actually had a bit of a twist. I sort of saw it coming but at the same time you never know.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Mary Coleman

    MS Anderson has done it again A new town of witches and a new hero. What wonderful fun! Thanks for bringing them to life. Well done.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Nancy S Robison

    I enjoyed this book tremendously! This little story is chock-full of charm, heart, magic and new beginnings! I can't wait to read more of this new series! I enjoyed this book tremendously! This little story is chock-full of charm, heart, magic and new beginnings! I can't wait to read more of this new series!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Linda Franklin

    Unique and delightful This charming mid-life magic tale steers clear of the usual witch story tropes while giving us a nurse/sleuth worth rooting for!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    Post up &potions This book really good,and the writing and characters are relatable and engaging and we'll rounded loved the story line and the book Post up &potions This book really good,and the writing and characters are relatable and engaging and we'll rounded loved the story line and the book

  28. 5 out of 5

    Emma Wooten

    The witch cozy mystery was a very good book . Looking forward to the 2 book of Post-op and Potions.Keep it up. Thanks

  29. 5 out of 5

    Krista Walsh

    Great read Very enjoyable read. I absolutely can't wait to read more of this series. Looking forward to reading more about this little town Great read Very enjoyable read. I absolutely can't wait to read more of this series. Looking forward to reading more about this little town

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lyn

    Wonderful read Made me feel part of the story ,and a beautiful ending I would recommend this book to anyone wanting a light read

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