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Evangeline Winther is just a normal gal living a normal life. She has a new job in a new town, and nothing can stand in her way. Except the new job. And the new town. Oh, and the fact that she’s the heir to a centuries old coven of witches, which apparently comes with a familiar—the stereotypical black cat—that spends more time licking himself than helping her learn magic Evangeline Winther is just a normal gal living a normal life. She has a new job in a new town, and nothing can stand in her way. Except the new job. And the new town. Oh, and the fact that she’s the heir to a centuries old coven of witches, which apparently comes with a familiar—the stereotypical black cat—that spends more time licking himself than helping her learn magic. Mechanic Shane Carlson has heard the tales of witches in the small town of Whisper Grove his whole life. Did he believe them? Uh, no. Not until he was rear-ended by a beautiful girl who seems to unlock abilities in both of them. When her gifts make themselves known, Evangeline realizes Whisper Grove isn’t the sleepy little town she thought it to be. There are secrets buried beneath the picturesque surface, but even the deepest secrets have a way of rising. Especially when the new witch in town can hear them whispering.


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Evangeline Winther is just a normal gal living a normal life. She has a new job in a new town, and nothing can stand in her way. Except the new job. And the new town. Oh, and the fact that she’s the heir to a centuries old coven of witches, which apparently comes with a familiar—the stereotypical black cat—that spends more time licking himself than helping her learn magic Evangeline Winther is just a normal gal living a normal life. She has a new job in a new town, and nothing can stand in her way. Except the new job. And the new town. Oh, and the fact that she’s the heir to a centuries old coven of witches, which apparently comes with a familiar—the stereotypical black cat—that spends more time licking himself than helping her learn magic. Mechanic Shane Carlson has heard the tales of witches in the small town of Whisper Grove his whole life. Did he believe them? Uh, no. Not until he was rear-ended by a beautiful girl who seems to unlock abilities in both of them. When her gifts make themselves known, Evangeline realizes Whisper Grove isn’t the sleepy little town she thought it to be. There are secrets buried beneath the picturesque surface, but even the deepest secrets have a way of rising. Especially when the new witch in town can hear them whispering.

30 review for Enter the Witch

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mel

    Enter the Witch I hoped for a bit more excitement. Sorry to say but I found it rather boring. And cannot warm up with the main character Evangeline, I find her behaviour unpleasant, nearly rude. She cannot say once thank you, for the nice things people do for her, special Shane, or her work colleagues. There is no proper development within the storyline. No excitement build up. There is no explanation why she moved to this place. Sorry not my kind of book about witches.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Shawna Sears

    Short, Sweet, and Fun Prequel! First off, this book is to be the kick off point for a new series by Andris Bear. I have adored everything I have read under her name thus far, and this didn't disappoint. This is a short and quick read that does a great job setting the stage and building the world of Whisper Grove. There are different types of witches in this town supposedly founded by them some time ago, and the series promises to be full of both action and intrigue as our main characters will be Short, Sweet, and Fun Prequel! First off, this book is to be the kick off point for a new series by Andris Bear. I have adored everything I have read under her name thus far, and this didn't disappoint. This is a short and quick read that does a great job setting the stage and building the world of Whisper Grove. There are different types of witches in this town supposedly founded by them some time ago, and the series promises to be full of both action and intrigue as our main characters will be witches who had no idea that's what they were until the death of their parents and the eldest sister's unexplainable draw back to the town they fled before their children were born. There is a sweet romance already present in this prequel, so no worries about not getting your fix! Also, there is a snarky cat. You'll love it!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Evelyn Grabas

    What a waste of time. There wasn't any story, only questions, questions, but no answers. All sorts of innuendos, possibilities, but no foundations whatsoever. All Winthers had to flee or disappear, but why, and why is it (or is it?) safe for them to return? At no point did I enjoy reading this book, and if I can't do that, why bother. It is a rather ridiculous ploy by the author to get you to buy her next book, which may, or may not, give you a glimmer of what the hell is going on. But it is very What a waste of time. There wasn't any story, only questions, questions, but no answers. All sorts of innuendos, possibilities, but no foundations whatsoever. All Winthers had to flee or disappear, but why, and why is it (or is it?) safe for them to return? At no point did I enjoy reading this book, and if I can't do that, why bother. It is a rather ridiculous ploy by the author to get you to buy her next book, which may, or may not, give you a glimmer of what the hell is going on. But it is very apparent that the next book will only give you some little insight into the matter and tease you and present more questions, etc. so you will buy the book after that one and on and on. What a sorry way to sell books. Is the author so inept at writing a good, complete, stand alone book that she must resort to these measures to make sure you buy more of her books. Presenting a good book would alleviate that concern. . I have read many series, each a stand alone book, and enjoyed them, not been aggravated by them. Needless to say, I won't be reading any more from this author.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Phyllis E. Strode

    Yes and no Yes: good start to what could be an entertaining set of books. I like the characters. The story has taken shape and has a lot of paths to follow. No: What I absolutely dislike are typos. This book has enough of them to distract from the overall experience. There are also at least two sentences that don’t make sense at all because of editing errors. Maybe I’m just old school. In the days when books were only on paper, it was rare to find mistakes. The loss of attention to accuracy is ju Yes and no Yes: good start to what could be an entertaining set of books. I like the characters. The story has taken shape and has a lot of paths to follow. No: What I absolutely dislike are typos. This book has enough of them to distract from the overall experience. There are also at least two sentences that don’t make sense at all because of editing errors. Maybe I’m just old school. In the days when books were only on paper, it was rare to find mistakes. The loss of attention to accuracy is just sloppy and distracting...AND unnecessary. Why should ebooks be exempt from accuracy? All writers need good proofreaders. They are essential to raising the status of a writer.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sandee

    A first book in a new series that has the potential to be good. The blurb claims this is laugh out loud funny. I didn't think so. I did enjoy the story but everything is a cliff hanger. The end provides no satisfaction. This book sets up the story of Evangeline Winther, a witch and the new man in her life who also seems to have special skills. The characters are likable. Andris sets up many mysteries in the backstories of the characters but doesn't answer any of them in this book. So, I liked it A first book in a new series that has the potential to be good. The blurb claims this is laugh out loud funny. I didn't think so. I did enjoy the story but everything is a cliff hanger. The end provides no satisfaction. This book sets up the story of Evangeline Winther, a witch and the new man in her life who also seems to have special skills. The characters are likable. Andris sets up many mysteries in the backstories of the characters but doesn't answer any of them in this book. So, I liked it but was disappointed that nothing was answered. As much as I have enjoyed other books by this author, I probably won't read any more in this series.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    What witchy fun!! I'm loving this new paranormal romantic suspense by Andris Bear! Evangeline is just a down to earth regular young woman, until she's not. Things aren't what they seem when she meets the town mechanic and most eligible bachelor. Enter in a weird cat, strange and creepy house, whispering voices, and a snarky mean girl nemesis and you have yourself the making of an enthralling read. Ready for the next installment of this adventure! What witchy fun!! I'm loving this new paranormal romantic suspense by Andris Bear! Evangeline is just a down to earth regular young woman, until she's not. Things aren't what they seem when she meets the town mechanic and most eligible bachelor. Enter in a weird cat, strange and creepy house, whispering voices, and a snarky mean girl nemesis and you have yourself the making of an enthralling read. Ready for the next installment of this adventure!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Gail Conner

    Wonderful! I will say if someone was looking in my window, they would have thought I was ready for the Looney bin!!! Hilarious, snarky, clever, dry, witty and did I say, Hilarious! I love these books and Evangeline is one of a kind! A great read!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mummy's Naughty Corner

    This was a quick read. i felt the author tried to get too much in for the amount of pages. I didn't enjoy it as much as I would if it was filled out more. I found the mystery predictable and didn't really connect with the characters. This was a quick read. i felt the author tried to get too much in for the amount of pages. I didn't enjoy it as much as I would if it was filled out more. I found the mystery predictable and didn't really connect with the characters.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lilly Gayle

    A good witch, a sexy mechanic, and a lazy cat make for a good start to a promising series. Spoiler alert: this first book ends in a cliff hanger, but that shouldn't stop anyone from reading the story, as the cliff hanger is actually the start of the next book in the series and not an abrupt ending that doesn't finish the current story. Truly a fun read, and I look forward to reading the next book in this series. A good witch, a sexy mechanic, and a lazy cat make for a good start to a promising series. Spoiler alert: this first book ends in a cliff hanger, but that shouldn't stop anyone from reading the story, as the cliff hanger is actually the start of the next book in the series and not an abrupt ending that doesn't finish the current story. Truly a fun read, and I look forward to reading the next book in this series.

  10. 5 out of 5

    marilyn markowski

    Good Kept your interest the entire story. Don't like books that just end and you need to find the next to read Good Kept your interest the entire story. Don't like books that just end and you need to find the next to read

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Nelson

    Fantastic !I'm This book is so good I forgot that I was reading and felt more like I was in the story. I was experiencing the story with the characters. That very seldom happens. I was upset when it ended. I wasn't done enjoying it!!!! Fantastic !I'm This book is so good I forgot that I was reading and felt more like I was in the story. I was experiencing the story with the characters. That very seldom happens. I was upset when it ended. I wasn't done enjoying it!!!!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Steph Cat

    Idk 1. The entire concept of casters feels like a rip off of Beautiful Creatures. 2. The characters are flat - no real reactions to virtually anything that happens. Giant announcements like you're a witch or you're a guardian weren't met with disbelief for more than a line of two. 3. The cliff hanger is cheesy as hell. 4. Insta love sucks. 5. This is like a first draft of badly written fan fiction Idk 1. The entire concept of casters feels like a rip off of Beautiful Creatures. 2. The characters are flat - no real reactions to virtually anything that happens. Giant announcements like you're a witch or you're a guardian weren't met with disbelief for more than a line of two. 3. The cliff hanger is cheesy as hell. 4. Insta love sucks. 5. This is like a first draft of badly written fan fiction

  13. 4 out of 5

    Marc Rieck

    Huge cliffhanger I liked the characters and the part of a story we got here. Chester the self molester, a black cat familiar, is a hoot. The editing is not great, all I remember is a her instead of here. Wait until the while series is out.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jae

    Evangeline is struggling after having moved away from home. She has a job at the library, but her boss is a dragonlady. Her apartment is small, and her electronics keep failing her. Compounding her problems, she accidentally rear-ends a truck at a stop sign. When her car refuses to start again, Evangeline hoofs it to work. In the meantime, mechanic Shane has her car towed to his shop, and he gives it a tune-up. All he asks is that Evangeline go out to dinner with him. That seems promising to her Evangeline is struggling after having moved away from home. She has a job at the library, but her boss is a dragonlady. Her apartment is small, and her electronics keep failing her. Compounding her problems, she accidentally rear-ends a truck at a stop sign. When her car refuses to start again, Evangeline hoofs it to work. In the meantime, mechanic Shane has her car towed to his shop, and he gives it a tune-up. All he asks is that Evangeline go out to dinner with him. That seems promising to her, until they are confronted in the restaurant by Freya Stone, Shane's ex and, unbeknownst to Evangeline, her mortal enemy. Evangeline has always considered herself practical, but more and more clues seem to be pointing to the fact that she is a witch, as are her parents. Shane and her BFF, Carrow, confirm this, but Evangeline is having a difficult time believing them...until her cat starts talking to her. This was just a novella, setting up the series, and it ended on a cliffhanger, too. Evangeline and Shane's characters were well-done, the secondary ones, not so much, but I presume that will change in future installments. What set this one apart from most of the other "witch cozy mysteries" was how funny it was. I laughed all through it! Very enjoyable, and I look forward to reading more! Five stars!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Chyina Powell

    Funny, quirky and a really good light read. Sometimes you just want a lighter read, especially after you just finished a long read-a-thon with a series that takes your emotions through the treacheries of Middle Earth....but I digress. Bear's main character, Evangeline, is funny and altogether completely relatable from her bad luck to her quirky friend. This book included the first two chapters of the next in the series and from what I can tell, all of it will be fun and Evangeline and Shane have Funny, quirky and a really good light read. Sometimes you just want a lighter read, especially after you just finished a long read-a-thon with a series that takes your emotions through the treacheries of Middle Earth....but I digress. Bear's main character, Evangeline, is funny and altogether completely relatable from her bad luck to her quirky friend. This book included the first two chapters of the next in the series and from what I can tell, all of it will be fun and Evangeline and Shane have some challenges coming their way. If you want some grandiose paranormal adventure, this book isn't for you but if you want to laugh and take a bit of a break than I suggest you pick it up today.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Brad

    Whisper Grove is Very Witchy This was an enjoyable read with a quirky protagonist. The story is one of discovery: being a witch, coming from a powerful family, finding you have enemies, lots of unknowns, and the start of a romance. The character development is good and the story ahs a few interesting plot twists. Although at least one story arc gets some closure, there were far too many left open for my taste. It's part of a series so some of that is to be expected. With that minor flaw, the story Whisper Grove is Very Witchy This was an enjoyable read with a quirky protagonist. The story is one of discovery: being a witch, coming from a powerful family, finding you have enemies, lots of unknowns, and the start of a romance. The character development is good and the story ahs a few interesting plot twists. Although at least one story arc gets some closure, there were far too many left open for my taste. It's part of a series so some of that is to be expected. With that minor flaw, the story kept me interested. I read it in one day (couldn't go to sleep until I finished). Worthwhile reading!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Amy Walker

    Bait and Switch If you bought this book to read a full story you are in for a disappointment. The first in the series is only a partial story. You don’t get invested with the characters because it appears that the writer didn’t know what to write. Then when some things are finally coming together and make sense you are left hanging, because the story has to continue in book 2. Give me a fully story from the get go. If the characters are entertaining and the story line has other places to go then Bait and Switch If you bought this book to read a full story you are in for a disappointment. The first in the series is only a partial story. You don’t get invested with the characters because it appears that the writer didn’t know what to write. Then when some things are finally coming together and make sense you are left hanging, because the story has to continue in book 2. Give me a fully story from the get go. If the characters are entertaining and the story line has other places to go then I will chose to read more in a series. These giving you a tiny taste and having to buy the next book to get any resolution to any part of the story is a big turn off for me

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mrs L

    A very light, fun read. Felt very short, and is really only introducing characters to build up into a series. That said, I will probably give the second one a go as I like the main character Evangeline. She is living a perfectly normal life, in a new town, until strange things start happening. Everyone, it appears, knows more about her family's past than she does, and it is going to be a steep learning curve! Aided by a new boyfriend, kooky best friend and a black cat named Chester, Evangeline i A very light, fun read. Felt very short, and is really only introducing characters to build up into a series. That said, I will probably give the second one a go as I like the main character Evangeline. She is living a perfectly normal life, in a new town, until strange things start happening. Everyone, it appears, knows more about her family's past than she does, and it is going to be a steep learning curve! Aided by a new boyfriend, kooky best friend and a black cat named Chester, Evangeline is learning that she might not be so normal after all.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    This book was okay. It is shown as book 1 of the series, but I would call it nothing more than a prequel....a short story to set the scene. Nothing is resolved; there is a cliffhanger. There were some notable editing issues that it would be nice to see fixed, but not everybody cares about that sort of thing. There wasn't really enough here to decide whether I care about the characters enough to bother with reading any more books in the series, if there are any further books in the series. I'm le This book was okay. It is shown as book 1 of the series, but I would call it nothing more than a prequel....a short story to set the scene. Nothing is resolved; there is a cliffhanger. There were some notable editing issues that it would be nice to see fixed, but not everybody cares about that sort of thing. There wasn't really enough here to decide whether I care about the characters enough to bother with reading any more books in the series, if there are any further books in the series. I'm left just .... meh.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jodi Bennett

    What a great start to a series. The story pulls you in and keeps you there and when it is over you are immediately looking for the next in the series. A librarian who all of a sudden finds out she is from a family of witches and the curse means she is doomed to die. I am so excited to read the rest of this series.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kerry Sharp

    Fine story but unless you want to buy the lot don't bother. This is much better than three stars but its NOT a novel its an episode. The universe is origin and well constructed the main characters have depth. There is lots to like but, of course, being an episode there is NO story arc. Disappointing! If you want to buy the series I'm sure you'd enjoy it. Fine story but unless you want to buy the lot don't bother. This is much better than three stars but its NOT a novel its an episode. The universe is origin and well constructed the main characters have depth. There is lots to like but, of course, being an episode there is NO story arc. Disappointing! If you want to buy the series I'm sure you'd enjoy it.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mary Barrett

    4🌟 This was a very entertaining book. There's a boat load of humor, some suspense and mysterious happenings going on all over town. As well as Chester, the black tabby who talks and can transport him self across town. What a good book to read in bed while recovering from surgery. 😊 4🌟 This was a very entertaining book. There's a boat load of humor, some suspense and mysterious happenings going on all over town. As well as Chester, the black tabby who talks and can transport him self across town. What a good book to read in bed while recovering from surgery. 😊

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lou Ann

    Just short of a four.... The oldest daughter of a “caster” or a witch starts hearing whispers, humming and calls for help. It seriously freaks her out and a friend helps her keep it together. When she loses her mind in the library she works Shane sees a vibrant yellow aura all around her like a tornado.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Piper Bailey

    Such a fun read! I was looking for something lighthearted and engaging and Enter the Witch was perfect. It sucked me in right away and I loved the quirky, interesting characters. Evangeline and Shane are awesome because their attraction for each other is quick and mutual, but it doesn't feel rushed - they still have some doubts and hesitations. I can't wait to read the rest of the series! Such a fun read! I was looking for something lighthearted and engaging and Enter the Witch was perfect. It sucked me in right away and I loved the quirky, interesting characters. Evangeline and Shane are awesome because their attraction for each other is quick and mutual, but it doesn't feel rushed - they still have some doubts and hesitations. I can't wait to read the rest of the series!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    Cute start to a story I was expecting a cozy mystery based on the synopsis. But this is only part of a story. Nothing is resolved and it ends in a cliffhanger. I did find what I read engaging. I liked the two main characters. Not much is resolved in this book when it ends. It is not a cozy mystery. This reads more like the first half of book one on a series.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Nichole Luginbill

    Good but..... I like the characters and the story but I did not like the way everything was rushed at the conclusion of this book and how the story was also left hanging. It was almost like the author ran out of time on a test and just hurried up with an ending which really wasn’t an ending at all.

  27. 5 out of 5

    B.R. Maycock

    As someone who's looking to start writing witchy books and is having the best time reading all around this book was an absolute standout for me, with fantastic characters, unusual witchy goings on, stunning descriptions that put me right there and a story I couldn't stop reading. In particulr the magic was perfection, almost cinematic! Beyond looking forward to book 2!! As someone who's looking to start writing witchy books and is having the best time reading all around this book was an absolute standout for me, with fantastic characters, unusual witchy goings on, stunning descriptions that put me right there and a story I couldn't stop reading. In particulr the magic was perfection, almost cinematic! Beyond looking forward to book 2!!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jane DiGiovanni

    Mystery not solved Very well written. It's a good story that leaves you wanting to read the next in the series. You will love the quirky main character Evangaline. I do recommend this book. Mystery not solved Very well written. It's a good story that leaves you wanting to read the next in the series. You will love the quirky main character Evangaline. I do recommend this book.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kyra Carr

    Enter the Witch This prequel is pretty good. It kept my attention and kept me laughing. I found the characters were interesting. The sarcastic humor was a bit heavy-handed. I'm curious about the next book in this series. I plan to read it. Enter the Witch This prequel is pretty good. It kept my attention and kept me laughing. I found the characters were interesting. The sarcastic humor was a bit heavy-handed. I'm curious about the next book in this series. I plan to read it.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Josie

    Prequel I understand why this series needed a prequel, but find it lacking a little. This opens with just the discovery, but no positive grasp on where they are going. Don't get me wrong it is still intriguing. Prequel I understand why this series needed a prequel, but find it lacking a little. This opens with just the discovery, but no positive grasp on where they are going. Don't get me wrong it is still intriguing.

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