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Spirits, Spells, and Wedding Bells (Pyper Rayne Book 5) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07SQ4YTVT
- Publisher : Bayou Moon Press, LLC (13 August 2019)
- Language : English
- File size : 2680 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 214 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 231,340 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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it's three weeks before Pyper and Julius tie the knot, they are both excited for their special day but when murder gets in the way, ghosts are not always helpful but Pyper knows one thing she can always rely on her best friends Kane and Jade to help her save the day, and also save Charlie and Julius... There is a lot going on in Pyper's world right now, her emotions are running wild and her hormones are following...lol can she get it together to fix everything, find a killer, solve the mystery and make it to the alter in time?
Spirits, Spells and Wedding Bells was another great mystery from Deanna Chase, it had all of my favorite characters and a few new ones I wouldn't mind getting to know more about, but mostly it had Pyper and Julius doing whatever they have to to get to the alter and continue their happily ever after...
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Rating 4 stars
This book is the fifth book in the Pyper Rayne series and I have read them in order. I think you can read this as a stand-alone, but I don’t recommend it. Some of the plot points related to Julius and what happens to him in this story make more sense if you have read at least the first book in the series.
I’ve only read the Pyper Rayne series by this author. It is a spin-off of the Jade Calhoun series and, in turn, it resulted in the creation of the Ida May Chronicles. The series can be read separately from the other books but has occasional references to events that happen in those other books that are usually brief and explained.
So far, the books in the series involve a conflict that is resolved in a matter of a few days. The pace is fast and the story does not lag. I thought that this book had less body to it than her other stories. It was a quick read, but not much depth. It is not one of those books that you think about a long time afterwards. There is humor in the story just as there were in the other books in the series, but I thought it did not get balanced out by substance. I also felt there was a dangling thread. Pyper rescues a dog and I thought that there could be a follow up to that or at least a sense that the person who had the dog would do nothing further. Ida May complains about the new dog and there is no follow up on that as well. Given that the author spreads the storyline about the character’s personal lives over the books, it is possible at least Ida May’s complaint will be addressed in the next book.
The story is set in a paranormal world with ghosts, witches, and a demon hunter. There is a reference to dragons. A quick scan of the descriptions of the author’s other works implies that she has other paranormal creatures in her writing, but they did not appear in this story.
At this time, there is no next book in the series, but I expect that there will be more. I am not sure if I will be continuing with the author. I considered making this a three-star review, but the author fixed the editing that was an issue for me with the previous two books so I rounded up. If I see a free book for another series, I may try again.