Welcome to Goodnight, Virginia! What’s a Witch to Do? by Jennifer Harlow is FANtastic!

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In Goodnight, Virginia there is a witch who has a seriously busy life. Between raising her younger sister’s kids who were left on her doorstep  by her sister to being the High Priestess of the largest coven in North America, Mona McGregor is exhausted. In her life she’s called upon 24/7 by other witches who need her help with spells that have gone awry; she owns the Magic Shop in town; she’s putting a wedding together; setting up the Founder’s Day events; and has a long ‘To Do’ list each and every day.

One night Mona gets a knock on her door and practically passes out cold. On her doorstep is Adam Blue, a werewolf who has been injured beyond belief and needs her help. She’s known Adam since they were young; not to mention the witches, werewolves and vamps have their own Preternatural Co-Op (PCO). They try to get together during the year and keep up a good working relationship with their social network. Adam is away from his pack in Maryland and begs Mona to help save his life. In addition, he asks her not to tell the Alpha of his pack that he’s there.

Although Mona is slightly frightened, she helps Adam and then finds out something far worse. Adam was actually given the job of hitman – someone wants Mona dead and they’ve taken out a contract on her life.

With everything else that’s going on, now Mona has to worry about the kids with a werewolf in the house, nosy neighbors, a family tree that is larger than a mob family, and deal with a werewolf who now wants to be her bodyguard that she’s extremely attracted to, while suddenly having to study everyone she knows in order to try and figure out who the heck wants her dead.

This has it all! Suspense, mystery, fantasy, characters that are completely unforgettable, a hot romance, as well as a truly strong and hysterical main character! Everyone will love “Aunt Mona” and will want to see this character again and again. What better way to praise this novel than to say: this is one WICKED story!

Until Next Time, Everybody,

Amy