Lucinda's Web

Lucinda s Web Magic With No Expiration Date Can Be A Dangerous Thing Tess Logan knows magic She knows how it works why it works and what it takes to make it work But that s not all She also knows how to make it h

  • Title: Lucinda's Web
  • Author: Dorothy Morrison
  • ISBN: 9780979453328
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Paperback
  • Magic With No Expiration Date Can Be A Dangerous Thing Tess Logan knows magic She knows how it works, why it works, and what it takes to make it work But that s not all She also knows how to make it happen It s simply a part of who she is For Tess Logan despite all the other attributes that make her such a thoroughly modern woman is a thoroughly modern Witch No amMagic With No Expiration Date Can Be A Dangerous Thing Tess Logan knows magic She knows how it works, why it works, and what it takes to make it work But that s not all She also knows how to make it happen It s simply a part of who she is For Tess Logan despite all the other attributes that make her such a thoroughly modern woman is a thoroughly modern Witch No amount of magical experience or expertise, though, could have ever prepared her for this In fact, she never even dreamed it possible A living, breathing set of spells cast than a hundred years ago with enough stamina to follow her into the present day Yet, here it is, writhing and twisting with activity, permeating every sector of her life, and slipping its tentacles into the lives of everyone she holds dear Now, she s faced with having to disentangle each slippery strand and destroy the magic without destroying those she loves or herself.

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    • Ashley Daviau says:

      This book was the definition of three stars for me. It wasn't great but it wasn't terrible either. I quite enjoyed some parts while others made me want to bash my head against the wall. I loved the concept of the tricks and how they lasted so many years and caused havoc on so many lives. I hated the insta-love, most times I can deal with it in a book but in this one, it just grated on my nerves. I think that was mainly due to the fact that the main character Tess annoyed the hell out of me so it [...]

    • OpenBookSociety.com says:

      Review brought to you by OBS staff member VerushkaI have no experience with any of Dorothy Morrison’s other non-fiction works, so I cannot compare her writing to anything she’s done before. On its own merits, the premise of this book is intriguing, but once cracked open, I found so many things to dislike about the book, that the effort it takes to look past all that just isn’t worth it.It is a novel of reincarnation, dreams and spells; Morrison has the elements of an engaging and interesti [...]

    • Hex says:

      Take some strong & sassy folks, toss in a couple 100+ year old Hoodoo tricks, weave together memories of the past, and add a dash of romance and danger, and you have Lucinda's Web. Although the first person narrative POV moves back and forth between the main characters, it was still very easy to follow along. Ms. Morrison's writing style gives you more of a feeling that you are a witness to events and privy to innermost thoughts as they unfold, instead of just sitting back and reading a good [...]

    • Shelleyrae at Book'd Out says:

      A hundred year old curse reaches out from the grave to ensnare Tess Logan in a tragic cycle of love, lust, betrayal and murder in Lucinda's Web. A bitter rivalry for affection led to the laying of spells whose power reignites when Tess moves opposite a cemetery, and then meets Luke Benson. As the curse strengthens, Tess's friends are drawn into it's web with each having a part to play in the unfolding drama. Unless they can solve the century old mystery and destroy the charmed objects they are a [...]

    • Bitten_by_Books says:

      Something witchy this way comes….okay corny, but true! Lucinda’s Web is pagan author Dorothy Morrison’s first foray into paranormal fiction. Admittedly, I am a long time fan of Morrison’s occult books that she is known for world wide. Several of which have graced my bookshelves for years. Imagine my delight when a favorite pagan author’s newest book showed up on my doorstep. Almost like magic…okay okay, it was the UPS guy who brought it, but still!For the entire review please go to t [...]

    • Tracy says:

      If you've ever taken the time to read any of her Llewelyn books you will recognize the writing style as one to personally involve her audience as a direct listening participant. Was definitely a good read on discovering derelict cemetery histories. Although it irked me that the character Tess who was to be a high priestess would react the way she did when brought forth the idea of dwindling house spirits.

    • Vicky says:

      Too much change between first person and thir person. It took too long to get to the point of the story with a romance thrown in.

    • Katie says:

      painful.

    • Sherry says:

      Awesome book by a fantastic writer! I loved this book could not put it down!!!

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