The Trouble With Spells (Of Witches and Warlocks Book 1)

The Trouble With Spells (Of Witches and Warlocks Book 1)

Lacey Weatherford

Language: English

Pages: 360


Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Of Witches and Warlocks: The Trouble with Spells, #1 bestseller from Lacey Weatherford, #1 bestselling author of Chasing Nikki, A Midsummer Night's Fling, and Crush.

5 out of 5 Stars
"Wow! I am so impressed! I was IN from the very start. The characters are beautifully written and the story is fantastic. I was on the edge of my chair, turning pages as fast as I could read them! Couldn't get enough of this book! It has all the elements of a must read. It has non-stop action, daring deeds, good vs. evil, danger and suspense, as well as being an all out love story." Beverly Sharp, The Wormhole Reviews

5 out of 5 Stars
"The Trouble with Spells has everything needed for the making of an amazing series and has quickly become my new favourite. Vance and Portia will be giving other YA couples a run for their money!!" Lyndsey Rushby, Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory Book Reviews.

5 out of 5 Stars
"Of Witches And Warlocks: The Trouble With Spells is a definite must read and will have you hooked from the beginning. Lacey Weatherford writes an amazing love story that will leave you addicted and craving for another hit of action, romance and an extra dose of the local bad boy, Vance Mangum." Naomi McKay, Supernatural Bookworm Reviews.

5 out of 5 Stars
"I fell completely, head over heels in love with The Trouble With Spells. The charged relationship between Portia and Vance in this electrifying novel leaves a lasting impression." Susan Mann, Susan K Mann Book Reviews.

What does every young girl wish for on her sixteenth birthday? Not to be told she's a witch, that's for sure!
But what if it comes with powers, a hot romance, and exciting adventure?
Of Witches and Warlocks Series Book One, The Trouble with Spells

"As a very long time fan of the television show Charmed I particularly enjoyed the reading of "The Trouble With Spells", ... it was a fun book to sit down and enjoy for the day!" Jackie Burris, Housewife Blues and Chihuahua Stories

"Forget Team Edward, Team Jacob, Team anybody.... it's all Vance Mangum and Of Witches and Warlocks, baby!" Belinda Boring, The Bookish Snob & The Romance Reviews

**The Of Witches and Warlocks series:

1. The Trouble With Spells
2. The Demon Kiss
3. Blood of the White Witch
4. The Dark Rising
5. Possession of Souls 

Sinner (Wolves of Mercy Falls, Book 3.5)

Grave Surprise (Harper Connelly Mysteries, Book 2)

The Map of Love

Forever and a Day (Lucky Harbor, Book 6)

Destroy Me (Shatter Me, Book 1.5)

A Private Gentleman




















for a few seconds before looking over to my desk, seeing my Book of Shadows lying there. I reached out toward the book with my palms open and mentally commanded the book to come to me. It lifted easily and settled into my outstretched hands. Next, I managed to conjure up a pencil I couldn’t see, but I knew was in my book bag. That was exciting for me. Everything else I’d done previously revolved around things I could physically see. I wrote all these things down in the book, and then sat

it. I loved his hair. “You’ll only need a little bit,” Grandma said. “Just cut some off the very end.” I carefully selected a spot where my cutting wouldn’t be too noticeable and snipped some of his fine wavy locks, being careful to keep my hand cupped to collect the trimmings. “Wait just a minute,” Grandma said, going into the back and emerging again in a couple of seconds. She was holding a small silver locket on a chain. “Put his hair in this.” I took the locket, gently placed the cuts

Shelly to leave school and go directly to the dentist. Shelly asked if I’d be able to get home okay, and I told her not to worry I’d catch the bus, and I sent her grumbling out the door. The last two hours of the school day passed quickly. I had my art class, which I loved. We were working on creating clay sculptures. Mine was turning out to look something like a pencil holder made by a kindergarten kid, but it was still fun to do. I enjoyed the creative outlet it gave me. The bell rang,

Grandma asked, finally breaking the long silence, and I slowly lifted my head to look at her. “I was thirsty,” I said sadly, shaking my head. “I needed a drink. I just wanted a small one, and I felt like I couldn’t help myself.” “More precisely, she wanted a drink from me,” Vance said, entering the basement at that exact moment. I couldn’t look at him, feeling horribly guilty. Hearing his voice and knowing he knew what I’d thought was all it took for my fragile front to break into pieces. I

the doctor came in a few minutes later and started explaining my current condition to my family. “The scans look good around her head,” he said. “However, she does appear to have a serious fracture in one of the lumbar vertebrae in her spine. There’s a significant amount of swelling around the fracture though, so we’ll need to wait for it to go down and then we’ll probably have to operate.” “What’ll the operation be on, specifically?” my mom asked. “We need to stabilize the vertebrae so it

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