The Witches of New York by Ami McKay

30233919Title: The Witches of New York

Author: Ami McKay

Pub Date: October 27th, 2016

My Rating: ★★☆☆☆

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It was a very mediocre read for me. I didn’t love it nor did I hate it. It was jus all right, and I’ll probably forget about this book soon. It had it enjoyable moments, and at the beginning of the story I was hooked, the writing and the scenery were marvelous and I just wanted to read and read about those three witches of New York – Eleanor St. Clair, Adelaide Thom, and Beatrice Dunn. Eleanor and Adelaide run a tea shop in NYC, and Adelaide secretly posted a job announcement in  a paper to look for help for an overworked Eleanor. This is when Beatrice joins their tea shop, a girl that appeared too late and after all the other girls that wanted the job were dismissed by Eleanor. But she’s different, she was let into the closed shop by a ghost of Adelaide’s mother, an event that truly scared Beatrice who is yet to discover that she can see communicate with ghosts.

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