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Hungry, Hungry Hoodoo (Easy Bake Coven Book 2) (English Edition) par [Schulte, Liz]
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One simple revelation about her past turns Selene Warren’s life upside down. Determined not to let her elf half ruin her future, she fights for the love she’s found at Cheney’s side, despite her increasing doubts about the bond they share.
However, when her studio burns down, a new enemy emerges and threatens the lives of those she holds most dear. To save one of her friends from a gruesome death, she must expose who she was and put more than just her life on the line. Her only hope is deciphering her past in time to save them all, but the more she learns, the less she can trust anyone.

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Many authors claim to have known their calling from a young age. Liz Schulte, however, didn't always want to be an author. In fact, she had no clue. Liz wanted to be a veterinarian, then she wanted to be a lawyer, then she wanted to be a criminal profiler. In a valiant effort to keep from becoming Walter Mitty, Liz put pen to paper and began writing her first novel. It was at that moment she realized this is what she was meant to do. As a scribe she could be all of those things and so much more. When Liz isn't writing or on social networks she is inflicting movie quotes and trivia on people, reading, traveling, and hanging out with friends and family. Liz is a Midwest girl through and through, though she would be perfectly happy never having to shovel her driveway again. She has a love for all things spooky, supernatural, and snarky. Her favorite authors range from Edgar Allen Poe to Joseph Heller to Jane Austen to Jim Butcher and everything in between.

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HASH(0x8aa5fe04) étoiles sur 5 When is book three coming!!?!! 23 avril 2013
Par Phaedra C Seabolt - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I received this as an ARC.

Another amazing story by Liz Schulte! I love this woman. Her books have a way of sucking me in so that the rest of the world disappears around me. This book is the second in her Easy Bake Coven series. You can read my review of the first book, Easy Bake Coven, at Identity Discovery Blog.

Book one ends with Cheney and Selene taking over the throne of the Elves. Selene is a half elf, so this appears to be something that is going to cause a problem among the Elf race. The only part that seems ok is that Cheney is a full blooded elf and the heir to the throne. He over threw his father because he tried to banish Cheney for marrying a half elf. Cheney and Selene have decided that it is time for change among the Fae, allowing all the fae races to have some kind of say in how their world is run, including those that are half human. However, we are also introduced to Jaron in the final scene who informs Selene that she has been doing great and the plan is going exactly as planned. Selene also has a memory that involves kissing Jaron, leaving Selene wondering if she really is following some grand plan that she doesn't even remember.

Book two introduces us to Selene regaining her memories throughout the story. These memories leave her feeling even more confused about how she feels about Cheney or Jaron. It also has her wondering why she doesn't remember anything about her cousin that apparently she had been very close with. To top it off, Selene's human ex-fiance Michael is kidnapped, her yoga studio burned to the ground, she finds out she has been cursed, her grandma thinks she killed her parents, and Cheney is acting very weird. She doesn't know who to trust or what to do. It's a big mess that does get cleaned up pretty nicely by the end of the story. There are still questions left unanswered, which I believe are leading to what will happen in book three. It's a fantastic story and I want more!
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HASH(0x8aa5ff54) étoiles sur 5 Cute--but not as good as the first one 29 octobre 2013
Par APerrine - Publié sur
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First--I enjoyed the first book in this series. It was a light, entertaining read, and aha! By an author I hadn't discovered before. All systems go.

I enjoyed this second book, too, for the most part. It picked up pretty quickly from the first book, and we got to see many of the characters from the first book--who are interesting enough that I'll probably read the other books by this author to hear about where they end up (incidentally, there are a lot of attractive single people in this series--so if you decide to read them, get settled in, as they smack of followups--which isn't necessarily a bad thing! Though once in a while, it would be worth a laugh to see the only single person being a bit of a creep or hunchback or something, just to throw a wrench in the whole "meet my gorgeous ensemble cast--stay tuned for lots more love and lust!").


In any event. The plot picked up from the previous book, and seemed to be chipping along. Selene was starting to get her memories back, which was definitely an interesting plotline. But things got a little haywire, to be honest. I liked that not all her memories were real; that was a nice twist. BUT.

a) I don't like it when main characters in romances start to screw around with other characters. When Selene was "retrieving her memories," I felt a little angry with her (just didn't like that she jumped right on Jaron's explanation); and was downright annoyed at her kissing some jinn in a bar to help a friend get in a fight (it seemed a little juvenile/stupid). But hey, that's my preference--I just don't like the dabbling with other dudes concept.

b) What did Michael ever do? Seemed too random to bring him back into it. How does Jaron even know about this guy? And if he did know about him, wouldn't he know that Selene had long since kicked him to the curb? It felt like someone needed to get offed and he was handy, and that was about it.

c) It just I can't really explain it, but this book, though cute, just didn't have the same charm as the first one. I don't know why, but I couldn't get as into it as the other. Cheney seemed a little whiny (though I thought he sometimes was in book 1, too), and Selene's waffling back and forth started to kind of get on my nerves. (Side note: I think some of Selene's bad-assery could be better described. I like the gifts/powers that Schulte has come up with, but I do think that when she uses them, they could be fleshed out better. It sometimes seems the "action" moments are over too quickly.)

I'm going on to the third one in this series next, and noticed there is a free download of the Guardian book 1 available, so will try that, too (I'm pretty curious about Olivia and Holden's story--damn you, Schulte! Sucking me in with your attractive ensemble of singles...).

Fingers crossed.
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HASH(0x8aa5df00) étoiles sur 5 Great read! 14 avril 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is the second book in the series. READ THE FIRST ONE FIRST! This is another series that is in the same world as Liz Schulte's Guardian series. I loooooved it. The fact that it was in the same world, so we go a taste of the Guardian series, but it was an entirely different story line was fantastic. It is a quick read so be prepared to devour it. Selene's life is completely flipped when she learns the truth about her past. She has so many struggles, internally and externally, that you can't help but feel for her. This book is written extremely well. The characters are fantastically developed. I found myself wanting to be part of her group of friends and the character Cheney completely threw me for a loop. I wanted Selene to jump into his arms and run away into the sunset, yet, later, I wanted her to beat the crap out of him. Read this book. It is worth it! Happy reading! :)
Book 1: Easy Bake Coven
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HASH(0x8aa61570) étoiles sur 5 Great series -- terrible (and misleading) titles 21 septembre 2013
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When you read a book called `Easy Bake Coven,' I think it's fair to say images of a cozy paranormal mystery come to mind.
In this particular case, though, you would be wrong.
`Easy Bake Coven,' by Liz Schulte, is not a cozy paranormal mystery. That's not a bad thing - but it does throw the reader off.
The truth is, the coven in this story is so secondary it begs the question: Why did the author name the book this?
Granted, it's a cute name. It doesn't match this book at all, though.
`Easy Bake Coven' is actually a fantasy story filled with a lot of magic, a little bit of elvish swashbuckling and a miniscule (almost nonexistent) iota of witchcraft.
You can see my predicament.
The central story revolves around Selene Warren, a yoga instructor that owns her own shop and hangs around with her "coven" of witches on a daily basis. She has a boring boyfriend and a fairly lackluster - but happy - life.
Then, one day, a strange and handsome man (aren't they always handsome?) named Cheney shows up and seems to insist that he knows Selene. Come to find out, he does know her - he just hasn't seen her in decades.
You see, Selene is not who she pretends to be. She's not a human. She's a former half-elf that became a changling more than 25 years ago -- and she may be tied up with the half-elf rebellion.
In quick succession, Selene's life is in danger and she and Cheney go on the run together. You can pretty much guess what happens after that.
I really like the central story of `Easy Bake Coven' - but I almost didn't finish reading the book. That would have really been a shame. Why did I almost stop reading? The elf twist felt so out of place with the title of the book I was genuinely thrown for a loop and considered deleting it from my Kindle the minute the elf twist was revealed.
I like cutesy titles. `Easy Bake Coven' is an outstanding title - just not for the genre of book that Schulte wrote. When you combine that with the cover, though, the whole thing just kind of messed me up.
I obviously liked the story enough to buy the second book - `Hungry, Hungry Hoodoo' - but, I'm going to be honest, that title is even more off-base than `Easy Bake Coven.' I get where Schulte is trying to go with this, and I am going to read `Pickup Styx' (the upcoming third book) but I'm really dreading future books in the series because of their titles alone. Visions of `Cabbage Patch Karma,' `Rubik's Curse' and `Jiggsaw Potion' are already haunting me.
These really are wonderful books - with a strong narrative voice. Schulte paints a warm picture of both Selene and Cheney and she leaves room for character development of the coven members and other secondary characters in future books. Seriously, the books are solid. My only complaint is the misleading titles.
This is an indie, so there are a handful of typos and punctuation errors in both books, but they're not enough to turn off readers. If you're the grammar police, this book isn't for you. On the flip side, this is a lot cleaner than most of the indies I've read.
In the end, Schulte has painted a magnificent and richly drawn world. She just flubbed on the titles.
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HASH(0x8aaae774) étoiles sur 5 Intense, absorbing world 14 octobre 2013
Par lcarpenter16 - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
It's been a long time since I read a book I couldn't put down. This book was one of them. Except, I wasn't reading to get to the end and see how it all finished, I was reading to be absorbed into the world Liz Schulte created. I thought I would always be stuck reading books that I predicted endings of halfway through. This book kept me guessing right up until the end, and caused me to even audibly gasp out loud when a part was revealed.

I wish this book were more widespread, because I could use a fan website to discuss all of the creatures in The Abyss, and remember who is who. There were a few times where Schulte left us hanging, like what a jinn bar really is and why it's so dangerous. However, the important parts of the plot were fleshed out, and I feel like the characters are people I could get along with. Schulte makes the coven feel like an authentic group of 20-something women, and she makes me want to live in a castle with an elf king.

The first book (the free one) was very short, but this one was long and kept me entertained for several days, even reading as often as I could. Well worth the $3.99, and I immediately purchased the 3rd book when I finished this one. It's amazing that Schulte eased us in with the pretense of it being a bit of a silly chick lit series, then wove a fantastic, detailed, and intense drama that makes me want to read more of her work.

Read these books in order. So if you haven't read the first book, go get that one. But then, buy this, because it's well worth the money and your time!
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