Review – Get Witch or Die Trying

Today I’m excited to share my review on the latest novel by Tonya Kappes in the Spies and Spells series called Get Witch or Die Trying. It’s the third book in the series, and if you haven’t read them yet you’re seriously missing out! In addition to my review, I’ve also got an exclusive guest post from the author!!

Get Witch or Die Trying by Tonya Kappes

get-witch-or-die-tryingPublished: October 24, 2016

Book Blurb: When an arrest goes wrong and the perp ends up dead, SKUL special agent Mick Jasper is under investigation and stripped of his badge. SKUL hires Maggie Park not only because of her ability to blend in with society when undercover but her uncanny ability to know things she shouldn’t. Little does the agency know that Maggie is a witch and has special powers she uses to her advantage to clear special agent Jasper’s name and hopefully bring the real killer to justice before the killer figures out who she really is.

Book Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK | Goodreads

My Review

These books just keep getting better! This was my favorite one so far. ‘Get Witch or Die Trying’ continues Maggie Park’s life as she works on her Life’s Journey and helps SKUL while blending in and solving crimes and mysteries.

Filled with murder, mystery, mayhem and it has a very surprising ending in more ways than one! I can’t wait to read the next one! I loved the holiday theme that was added to the mix, which helped jump-start my holiday spirit.
5/5 stars for another spellbinding story

I received a complimentary Advanced Review Copy from the author as part of her Blogger Review Krew Team. All opinions are 100% my own.

Guest Post – written by Tonya Kappes

I don’t know about you, but Halloween is almost here! As soon as October 1st rolls around on the calendar I’m pulling out all the pumpkins, skulls, and ghosts out of my attic. I even had a vampire butler that holds my candy bucket for the trick or treaters!
My butler is a hoot and a half!

About a week before Halloween, I make sure that I head home to my parents house where they live a couple of hours away from me, and we carve pumpkins! Now…I do have four boys. At least I call them boys and they are really men now. . .but that’s a whole ‘nother story! My “boys” (ages 23, 19, 19, and 17) aren’t much into carving but my parents are!

I’m not sure if they really enjoy it, but I’m their little girl and I LOVE it! I bring all the tools and we have so much fun!

What about you? Do you love carving pumpkins? Leave a comment and one lucky winner will be chosen to win a $5 Amazon Gift Card!

When it comes to Halloween, my reading is no different! I love to read holiday novels and I’m beyond thrilled that Get Witch or Die Trying is released just in time for your Halloween pleasure!
When an arrest goes wrong and the perp ends up dead, SKUL special agent Mick Jasper is under investigation and stripped of his badge. SKUL hires Maggie Park not only because of her ability to blend in with society when undercover but her uncanny ability to know things she shouldn’t. Little does the agency know that Maggie is a witch and has special powers she uses to her advantage to clear special agent Jasper’s name and hopefully bring the real killer to justice before the killer figures out who she really is.
 
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About the Author – Tonya Kappes

Author Links: Website  | Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads | Amazon

tonya-kappesAuthor Bio:

Tonya has written over 15 novels and 4 novellas, all of which have graced numerous bestseller lists including USA Today. Best known for stories charged with emotion and humor, and filled with flawed characters, her novels have garnered reader praise and glowing critical reviews. She lives with her husband, three teenage boys, two very spoiled schnauzers and one ex-stray cats in northern Kentucky and grew up in Nicholasville. Now that her boys are teenagers, Tonya writes full time but can be found at all of her guys high school games with a pencil and paper in hand.

Become a member of Tonya’s STREET TEAM! It’s a gathering place of readers who love Tonya Kappes novels and Tonya gives away prizes! To sign up for Tonya’s STREET TEAM, newsletter, view book trailer, and upcoming news, check out Tonya’s website, Tonyakappes.com.

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44 thoughts on “Review – Get Witch or Die Trying

  1. Awesome post!! and I love the butler. That is adorable! Your pumpkin carving tradition sounds like fun. To be honest … we don’t really carve our pumpkins any more. We just keep them whole until right after thanksgiving and then we have a little bit of target practice with them. LOL!!!

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  2. This year my husband grew pumpkins for the first time. We have one that he has already claimed as his “carver”. Now he just has to find the perfect pattern for it.

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  3. I don’t carve pumpkins because I am not good at it. My dad used to carve a pumpkin for my sister and me when we were growing up.

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  4. We carved pumpkins when our children were young. Now we paint faces on them, and after Halloween, cook the pumpkin for use in soup and baked treats

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  5. Love this post. I am not very good at carving pumpkins but I do like to do it cause it is gooey and fun. Love your books and you are very generous to your readers. Thank you.

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  6. I enjoy carving pumpkins with my children ( who are now 27 and 30 ). My daughter will get very creative and mine will be traditional. We have painted pumpkins too- those will last until our next holiday!
    Happy Halloween!
    Ter

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  7. My daughter and I love taking different approaches to the Halloween Pumpkin. Some we might carve, some we decorate with paint or some other artsy items. That signifies Halloween for us.

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  8. I love carving pumpkins, I love the fun that the kids and now grandkids have. My grandsons are both 3 now so it should be lots of fun this year! My daughters always loved carving their own pumpkins! We usually had at least one big one and they each got to pick out their own smaller one! Looks like you had lots of fun with your parents!

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  9. I don’t really like carving the pumpkin but I do love the memories that I have when my dad used to make the pumpkin seeds in the oven..and I like the memories I made with my kids while carving them..yes even the mess and hearing them say…”ewe gross” when they get to the guts..lol

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