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She thought she was running away from her past, not catching up with it. Rosemary Bell just wants to live a quiet, happy life and raise her daughter as far away from her toxic ex-husband as she can get. But when they move into a decrepit cottage in the woods of Mosswood, Georgia, Rosie realises her life will never be simple. A gang of meddling neighborhood do-gooders want to She thought she was running away from her past, not catching up with it. Rosemary Bell just wants to live a quiet, happy life and raise her daughter as far away from her toxic ex-husband as she can get. But when they move into a decrepit cottage in the woods of Mosswood, Georgia, Rosie realises her life will never be simple. A gang of meddling neighborhood do-gooders want to run her out of town. The vicious laundromat machines keep eating her spare change. Not to mention her buff Irish stalker who insists that he’s a Witch King and that it’s her royal destiny to be his Queen. And to top it all off, strange things keep happening around Rosie when she least expects it... She could deal with it all, but her ex won’t rest until he tracks her down. When her ability to protect her daughter is threatened, Rosie shows them all that nobody messes with the new witch on the block. Practical Magic meets Bridget Jones’ Diary in this fun, heart-warming short novel about starting over, putting family first, and finding love when you least expect it. ----- Readers are saying: My goodness was it fun! Interesting and unique characters. ★★★★★ Funny with a good amount of romance. ★★★★★ A fun beginning to what promises to be an entertaining new series. ★★★★★


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She thought she was running away from her past, not catching up with it. Rosemary Bell just wants to live a quiet, happy life and raise her daughter as far away from her toxic ex-husband as she can get. But when they move into a decrepit cottage in the woods of Mosswood, Georgia, Rosie realises her life will never be simple. A gang of meddling neighborhood do-gooders want to She thought she was running away from her past, not catching up with it. Rosemary Bell just wants to live a quiet, happy life and raise her daughter as far away from her toxic ex-husband as she can get. But when they move into a decrepit cottage in the woods of Mosswood, Georgia, Rosie realises her life will never be simple. A gang of meddling neighborhood do-gooders want to run her out of town. The vicious laundromat machines keep eating her spare change. Not to mention her buff Irish stalker who insists that he’s a Witch King and that it’s her royal destiny to be his Queen. And to top it all off, strange things keep happening around Rosie when she least expects it... She could deal with it all, but her ex won’t rest until he tracks her down. When her ability to protect her daughter is threatened, Rosie shows them all that nobody messes with the new witch on the block. Practical Magic meets Bridget Jones’ Diary in this fun, heart-warming short novel about starting over, putting family first, and finding love when you least expect it. ----- Readers are saying: My goodness was it fun! Interesting and unique characters. ★★★★★ Funny with a good amount of romance. ★★★★★ A fun beginning to what promises to be an entertaining new series. ★★★★★

30 review for New Witch on the Block: A Paranormal Women's Fiction Romance Novel

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Malmquist

    Rosemary Bell is fleeing an abusive biker husband. She and her daughter, Maggie, end up in a small cottage out in the woods in a small town. She is relieved to get away. However, she runs into more trouble as the do gooders in town have decided to run her out of town based on made up lies. Her ex is still trying to track her down. And she starts to realize she has a lot of power as a witch. Doesn't hurt to have a good looking Irish guy next door to help. Whew! Its a lot to keep track of! But Rosemar Rosemary Bell is fleeing an abusive biker husband. She and her daughter, Maggie, end up in a small cottage out in the woods in a small town. She is relieved to get away. However, she runs into more trouble as the do gooders in town have decided to run her out of town based on made up lies. Her ex is still trying to track her down. And she starts to realize she has a lot of power as a witch. Doesn't hurt to have a good looking Irish guy next door to help. Whew! Its a lot to keep track of! But Rosemary starts to realize she does have her own power. And things get even more interesting!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Marsha Keeper Bookshelf

    Reviewed at Keeper Bookshelf I am absolutely loving the new genre of Paranormal Women’s Fiction (PWF), thanks to the “Fab 13” who introduced us all to women of a certain age who come into their powers through unusual circumstances with all the reality of life and the fun of fiction. Any time I discover another author who is writing in this genre I am thrilled. So when I found ‘New Witch on the Block‘ through a FB group I hopped right over to Amazon and downloaded it. And I’m very glad that I did Reviewed at Keeper Bookshelf I am absolutely loving the new genre of Paranormal Women’s Fiction (PWF), thanks to the “Fab 13” who introduced us all to women of a certain age who come into their powers through unusual circumstances with all the reality of life and the fun of fiction. Any time I discover another author who is writing in this genre I am thrilled. So when I found ‘New Witch on the Block‘ through a FB group I hopped right over to Amazon and downloaded it. And I’m very glad that I did for I’ve discovered an intriguing, funny new series to devour and a new author to follow. A win-win in my opinion. Rosie is an amazing woman, she’s been knocked down by life but she makes a stand for herself and her daughter when she leaves the scumbag far behind to begin a new life in a very small town. I loved watching her grow, become comfortable in her powers, and take an even bigger stand against the evil that comes for her family. She might be new to this magic stuff, but she’s not giving up, she’s not backing down, and she’s never, ever going back. To go into much more, aside from what you can find in the Cover Description, would be skirting too close to spoilers (which I try not to do)… so. ‘New Witch on the Block‘ begins the ‘Midlife in Mosswood‘ series with a funny, empowering, delightful tale of a woman coming into her own and learning that she’s so much more than she (or anyone else) ever expected. Add in a hot neighbor who believes they are destined for each other, a small town full of snotty, entitled ‘people’, plus a little girl who will steal your heart and you have the beginning of a series that will delight you throughout. I will say that I did a definite snort-giggle at Rosie’s ultimate solution to one problem… then I laughed out loud at the thought of it. You’ll see. The next title in the series is due out on September 30, 2020 – so not long to wait for the next visit to Mosswood. I read this title through my Kindle Unlimited subscription.

  3. 5 out of 5

    TXBRITGAL

    What an enjoyable treat! I had so much fun reading this book. New author for me , and one I'll most definitely read more of in future. WARNING: possible triggers for some, but it's not a deep, dark book. At the core is a woman determined to change the direction of her life. After years of just existing, and taking far more than she should...she takes her beloved daughter and runs. Far from a fairytale story, but my goodness was it fun. Interesting and unique characters, definitely a surprise or t What an enjoyable treat! I had so much fun reading this book. New author for me , and one I'll most definitely read more of in future. WARNING: possible triggers for some, but it's not a deep, dark book. At the core is a woman determined to change the direction of her life. After years of just existing, and taking far more than she should...she takes her beloved daughter and runs. Far from a fairytale story, but my goodness was it fun. Interesting and unique characters, definitely a surprise or two for our main gal. The magic of new beginnings, New faith in one's self, mothers love that can do just about anything, and a woman truly coming into her own run through this book with sprinkles of magic throughout. I look forward to learning more of Declan's backstory and to see what evolves next. I have an inkling about the young daughter too which I'm curious to see if it comes true. Magic, real or imagined is all around us in the world,.. And this tale showcases both. Enjoy!!!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Jaye

    So, I feel like I should start this review by saying, I edited this book. So of course I'm not going to find much to complain about, because I got the chance to tell Louisa all about it while she was still in the drafting process! And whatever flaws it has now are in my editorial blind spot, which makes me useless to you, dear readers! So here's a unique perspective. I'm going to talk about some things I asked Louisa to work on when I got the first draft. She's gonna kill me, but I bet you have f So, I feel like I should start this review by saying, I edited this book. So of course I'm not going to find much to complain about, because I got the chance to tell Louisa all about it while she was still in the drafting process! And whatever flaws it has now are in my editorial blind spot, which makes me useless to you, dear readers! So here's a unique perspective. I'm going to talk about some things I asked Louisa to work on when I got the first draft. She's gonna kill me, but I bet you have fun hearing about it anyway. ;) One of the first things I had Louisa do was bring back some things that had happened 'off screen' in the original draft, and have those happen on screen instead. Sometimes as authors we want to create a 'gasp' kind of reaction by having characters discover that things have happened after the fact. But sometimes we need to bury that instinct and make sure that the most exciting things that are happening in the narrative are happening where our readers can see them. When Louisa brought this midpoint scene onto the pages, it really brought the middle of the book to life. Rosie makes a shocking discovery and has to make a decision about how she is going to handle it. This scene informs how she sees the world and herself for the remainder of the book, and to me is really a shining moment in the book. Another thing I asked Lou to work on was really bringing to life the location of Mosswood, Georgia. She had such amazing characters already, and it's definitely a strong point of her writing. But what I wanted her to do was take her time describing the physical place, so that we could really feel like we were there and picture it in our minds. The result of that conversation was a much more tangible sense of setting in the novel. One scene in particular where the main characters walk through town, when Mosswood is first described, just brings so many sensations to me, maybe because I've actually been in many small towns in Georgia just like this one. I can feel the summer heat pounding off the asphalt. I can see the townsfolk staring but still politely waving, because that's what you do. I can hear the accents of the church ladies welcoming her to town. She has really captured this and I was so thrilled with how that aspect came out after all her hard work. Probably the last thing I had Louisa work on was the two main characters. I originally had a very difficult time connecting to Declan. I couldn't understand why Rosie would be attracted to him at all, actually. Finally, in a random discussion about a movie, I suddenly realized what was missing from their relationship. When I told Louisa, a light bulb went on, and by the second draft the character had become one that I really enjoy. Okay, I've got a crush, shut up. Rosie I liked from the start, but Louisa was having trouble handling her history of domestic violence. Naturally, that's a serious subject and one that she didn't want to treat lightly. At the same time, the book is very comedic, almost a paranormal romantic comedy. So she wanted to both treat that subject with respect, but not let it become so heavy that the reader can't laugh at the situation, too. And also, we didn't want to act like survivors of DV can't laugh. They can, they recover, and their lives can be funny! I really think we did very well in this. Rosie has some moments where she thinks about how she got into the situation she was in, which we also thought was important, because people tend to have a hard time understanding how that works. It's a slow process, and we wanted Rosie to have gone through that. She also has moments where she freezes in fear or wants to take an easier way out. But for the most part, even when she stumbles, even when she isn't quite sure what she wants to do about the situation, Rosie is always on the upward swing in this book. It's hopeful, it's funny, and still doesn't ignore that Rosie's past has a deep impact on her. After those big structural things, we really just had little things to look after. Louisa is an Australian author, but has been friends with Americans for a long time and has family living in New York City. She has pretty much picked up on the differences in language, but there were still a few things here and there that needed to be translated over to US English. We also wanted the pace of the prose to be a little quicker, because it's a shorter novel and we wanted to keep it that way, even after adding almost 8k in words in editing. So we had to be very economical with the word choice and make sure every line and scene were pulling their weight. In the end, I am so very proud of this book. I loved reading it myself. I loved working on it. And I am thrilled with how it came out. I can't wait for more people to take a chance on Louisa as a new author, so they can discover how wonderful this book is, too.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Jackson

    3 1/2 stars.Rosemary Bell has taken her daughter and run away to a small town to escape her violent husband. While setting up her new house she encounters her strange but handsome Irish neighbour, who declares that she is the Queen of the Witches. Rosemary scoffs initially, but soon discovers that she has mystical powers which can help her rebuild her new life. This is a fun and entertaining read. It's not brilliant, or taxing, but is a great, light-hearted escape option during this time of COVI 3 1/2 stars.Rosemary Bell has taken her daughter and run away to a small town to escape her violent husband. While setting up her new house she encounters her strange but handsome Irish neighbour, who declares that she is the Queen of the Witches. Rosemary scoffs initially, but soon discovers that she has mystical powers which can help her rebuild her new life. This is a fun and entertaining read. It's not brilliant, or taxing, but is a great, light-hearted escape option during this time of COVID-19 lockdowns. Enjoy.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Faith LaPierre

    I loved the setting of this book. I wasn't sure though how much I'd really like this book. So glad I read it. She was trying to get away from an abusive husband and went to this little hole in the wall town. Interesting how she learned about and learned her powers. I loved the setting of this book. I wasn't sure though how much I'd really like this book. So glad I read it. She was trying to get away from an abusive husband and went to this little hole in the wall town. Interesting how she learned about and learned her powers.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Street Gramlisch

    New AuThor for me so new read. We meet Rosie and her daughter Maggie. Rosie is on the run from her ex who is a motorcycle gang member name of Randy. She's been under his abuse for 20 years and now it stops. Also Rosie is a witch, but she doesn't know that. She meets her next door neighbor who is a male witch not warlock name of DeClan Forrest. He helps her find her inner self which is supposed to be a Queen Witch. New AuThor for me so new read. We meet Rosie and her daughter Maggie. Rosie is on the run from her ex who is a motorcycle gang member name of Randy. She's been under his abuse for 20 years and now it stops. Also Rosie is a witch, but she doesn't know that. She meets her next door neighbor who is a male witch not warlock name of DeClan Forrest. He helps her find her inner self which is supposed to be a Queen Witch.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Debra

    Very cute Enjoyed the story. Basically, a feel good story about growing and learning. Not very fond at the hillbilly attempts at speech - uneducated. Loved the story and the characters.

  9. 5 out of 5

    ☕️Kimberly

    3.5 a good start to this series.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mickey

    About a woman and her daughter who escapes a bad marriage and ends up in a small town called Mosswood, only to realize there are more complications. I completely immersed in the small town setting and got real vibes like Virgin River, Sweet Magnolias, Good Witch etc. Loved the busy body neighbors, and just found myself really feeling for the main character. But she really comes into her own in the end, and it’s awesome. Can’t wait to see how she grows in the next book. My only complaint was that i About a woman and her daughter who escapes a bad marriage and ends up in a small town called Mosswood, only to realize there are more complications. I completely immersed in the small town setting and got real vibes like Virgin River, Sweet Magnolias, Good Witch etc. Loved the busy body neighbors, and just found myself really feeling for the main character. But she really comes into her own in the end, and it’s awesome. Can’t wait to see how she grows in the next book. My only complaint was that it was over too fast.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lana

    Such a cute book with all the small town vibes. I don't think there's anyone quite like Louisa who makes those unique character stay with you after you've finished the book. Can't wait for book 2. Such a cute book with all the small town vibes. I don't think there's anyone quite like Louisa who makes those unique character stay with you after you've finished the book. Can't wait for book 2.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Trish

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A great book can’t wait for the next one, a very creative writer would make a great TV mini series that l would buy for sure!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay Aggiss

    A good first step into this genre. This short novel was funny with a good amount of romance. I liked that the heroine wasn't too young and that she had a daughter. Looking forward to reading the next one! A good first step into this genre. This short novel was funny with a good amount of romance. I liked that the heroine wasn't too young and that she had a daughter. Looking forward to reading the next one!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Strickland

    A lighthearted read This was an easy read and entertaining. The characters lacked a little depth so connection was difficult but on the whole it was light hearted, had a sweet romance, and was well-written.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dannielle Line

    The relationship between mother and young daughter is fabulous, and especially important near the end of the story. The love between them is more powerful than any magic. And magic, which Rosie discovers once they move to their new home, is alive and well, not only all around them, but it’s a part of Rosie too. As the story evolves, so does Rosie’s ability to learn more about her gifts. She’d say they were new, but the neighbour who insists she’s destined to be his queen is certain the magic’s be The relationship between mother and young daughter is fabulous, and especially important near the end of the story. The love between them is more powerful than any magic. And magic, which Rosie discovers once they move to their new home, is alive and well, not only all around them, but it’s a part of Rosie too. As the story evolves, so does Rosie’s ability to learn more about her gifts. She’d say they were new, but the neighbour who insists she’s destined to be his queen is certain the magic’s been with her for a long time. Had that been true, she’d have turned her ex-husband into a toad years ago rather than live in terror of what he’d do next. A new town comes with new problems, and nosy, unfriendly locals. It also gives her a growing sense of independence and a place to feel safe, which Rosie and her daughter will be as long as her ex doesn’t find her. A pity that’s just the beginning of her problems. Loved this book, which is the first in a new series. Ms West’s world building is wonderful. I want to live in Mosswood.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Betsy

    Rosie and Maggie starting over.... Rosie and Maggie run to Mosswood to escape Randy (husband/Dad), his horrible treatment and abusive ways. They rent a run down little cottage on the outside of town. Declan is their only close neighbor, and thank goodness he is. Rosie finds part time work in town to help keep Maggie and herself afloat. The townspeople and Randy (as well as his biker gang buddies) make it none too easy for her though and there is judgement around every corner and danger invading h Rosie and Maggie starting over.... Rosie and Maggie run to Mosswood to escape Randy (husband/Dad), his horrible treatment and abusive ways. They rent a run down little cottage on the outside of town. Declan is their only close neighbor, and thank goodness he is. Rosie finds part time work in town to help keep Maggie and herself afloat. The townspeople and Randy (as well as his biker gang buddies) make it none too easy for her though and there is judgement around every corner and danger invading her home turf. Can Declan help Rosie acclimate to using her magic so she can save herself and Maggie from the terror Randy throws her way? This is a good book, interesting, engaging and fun. I look forward to reading the next in series. I recommend this book to all who have been reading from the PWF genre.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Cara Devlin

    The premise for New Witch on the Block drew me in--a woman is fleeing her abusive husband and starting over in a small town with her young daughter, though the threat of his finding them hovers like a dark cloud over their fresh start. I would probably read this book based just on that, however the witch element sealed the deal and I really had to try it. I enjoyed this first book in the series a lot! I thought it was well written and fun, light and breezy, with some more serious themes (like ab The premise for New Witch on the Block drew me in--a woman is fleeing her abusive husband and starting over in a small town with her young daughter, though the threat of his finding them hovers like a dark cloud over their fresh start. I would probably read this book based just on that, however the witch element sealed the deal and I really had to try it. I enjoyed this first book in the series a lot! I thought it was well written and fun, light and breezy, with some more serious themes (like abuse) handled well. The magic element could have used more development. The main character, Rosie, seemed to accept the sudden mid-life flare up of her powers with too much ease and too little astonishment. Perhaps more world-building on the magic will come in the next books in the series? If you're looking for a fast and fun read, give this one a try!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Myra Ball

    Imaginative with a strong female heroine The story unfolds with lots of imagination and creative situations. I like the plot of a woman and her daughter overcoming a adverse situation. I don't normally read much romance but this book was light on romance parts so I did enjoy the story. I found Declan a bit odd from his first interaction with Rosie. He does become more likeable by book's end. Heartwarming and sweet! Imaginative with a strong female heroine The story unfolds with lots of imagination and creative situations. I like the plot of a woman and her daughter overcoming a adverse situation. I don't normally read much romance but this book was light on romance parts so I did enjoy the story. I found Declan a bit odd from his first interaction with Rosie. He does become more likeable by book's end. Heartwarming and sweet!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Theresa

    Wonderful This book is about courage to overcome your fears and courage to begin again set against a backdrop of magic and mayhem. Tender moments, light hearted moments, slow building romantic moments, and every moment pure reading pleasure. I purchased the book after reading it on Kindle Unlimited because it is a book to keep and read again and again.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Frank Bertino

    Enjoyable Read Running from an abusive ex husband, Rosie and her daughter settle in a small town. She has few funds and gets a job at the local mart. Things go south as she is dubbed the town whore for a situation she didn't create. Then her ex shows up with mayhem on his mind. She has approach avoidance conflicting emotions towards a ruggedly handsome neighbor who wants to help her and more. I like the action, humor, and romance. I look forward to the next book. Enjoyable Read Running from an abusive ex husband, Rosie and her daughter settle in a small town. She has few funds and gets a job at the local mart. Things go south as she is dubbed the town whore for a situation she didn't create. Then her ex shows up with mayhem on his mind. She has approach avoidance conflicting emotions towards a ruggedly handsome neighbor who wants to help her and more. I like the action, humor, and romance. I look forward to the next book.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Chrystina

    Highly Enjoyable I really enjoyed this book and love the relationship between Rosie and Maggie. I could feel the love, happiness, fear, shock, sadness , humor, and snark tight along with the characters. It was an awesome wild ride and I can’t wait for the next!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Heather Sharp

    Life's a witch Rosie is a woman fleeing an abusive relationship wanting to start fresh with her daughter. She is blessed with a charming yet run down cottage that is hidden away. A drunk man stumbles into her yard one night and tells her she is a witch! Completely loved this book and the characters. Life's a witch Rosie is a woman fleeing an abusive relationship wanting to start fresh with her daughter. She is blessed with a charming yet run down cottage that is hidden away. A drunk man stumbles into her yard one night and tells her she is a witch! Completely loved this book and the characters.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Anne-Marie

    Great beginning to the series A great start to a new series. This is my first time reading Louisa West but it won't be my last She has wonderful characters and an interesting storyline. Rosie is running with her daughter from her ex. They find a small town to rest and rent a cottage. Things start happening and Rosie meets her neighbour Declan... Can't wait to read the next book Great beginning to the series A great start to a new series. This is my first time reading Louisa West but it won't be my last She has wonderful characters and an interesting storyline. Rosie is running with her daughter from her ex. They find a small town to rest and rent a cottage. Things start happening and Rosie meets her neighbour Declan... Can't wait to read the next book

  24. 5 out of 5

    Toni

    A Magical awakening I absolutely loved this book. I was gripped by this tale of courage, determination, new beginnings and awakening magic from the very start. The characters are developing well and I'm invested in what happens next for them. I want to know more about their mysterious backgrounds. I want to know how their magic will develop. I want to know where the relationship between our two main characters will end up. I want to know how they will settle into their new lives. I suppose I will A Magical awakening I absolutely loved this book. I was gripped by this tale of courage, determination, new beginnings and awakening magic from the very start. The characters are developing well and I'm invested in what happens next for them. I want to know more about their mysterious backgrounds. I want to know how their magic will develop. I want to know where the relationship between our two main characters will end up. I want to know how they will settle into their new lives. I suppose I will just have to go and buy book two immediately.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Pam Collins

    Whoa! Laugh out Loud Fun! Don't mess with mama bear, is the sentence that kept going thru my mind as I read this book. I don't want to spoil this great read with too much detail, but poetic justice is so entertaining. Enjoy! Whoa! Laugh out Loud Fun! Don't mess with mama bear, is the sentence that kept going thru my mind as I read this book. I don't want to spoil this great read with too much detail, but poetic justice is so entertaining. Enjoy!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Amber Zaccard

    Wonderful! Very unique twists on life after an abusive relationship with children involved. Loved the strength that Rosie gained and that Maggie wasn't "damaged" by the past! So much detail in the magic and how it enters the witch, just a great book all around! Wonderful! Very unique twists on life after an abusive relationship with children involved. Loved the strength that Rosie gained and that Maggie wasn't "damaged" by the past! So much detail in the magic and how it enters the witch, just a great book all around!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Brenda Ellis

    What an introduction! King Witch, nasty ex, rotten small town society mavens, and Mr. Handsey. What a welcome to her escape from hell. And magic! That makes everything better. I was happy with how quickly things happened. Can't wait to read the next. What an introduction! King Witch, nasty ex, rotten small town society mavens, and Mr. Handsey. What a welcome to her escape from hell. And magic! That makes everything better. I was happy with how quickly things happened. Can't wait to read the next.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Christine Baty

    Great first book Wonderful introduction to the series. Brave and sassy budding witch, an intelligent and curious daughter and an unconventional potential love interest. Can’t wait to see what happens in the next book from this author.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Pamela

    A great, unique PWF! I really enjoyed the little parts of this - the small town, the mean pastors wife, the Irishman, the fairytale. It’s a unique paranormal woman’s fiction story and I LOVED it! Really looking forward to the next book.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sheila Ryals

    😻 Heh that was funny in parts. I know we are suppose to like Declan, but there are to many things he does that does not sit right with me!

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