Kimberly Frost is a fairly new author with two books under her belt. Her first book Would-Be Witch is about a girl named Tammy Jo who happens to come from a magic family, but she doesn’t seem to have magic herself. The only abilities she seems to have is being able to see the family ghost Edie. That is until the locket that holds Edie’s soul gets stolen from her. Then the real fun begins, but you don’t have to take my word for it, especially when you can read the blurb about the book for yourself.

The family magic seems to have skipped Tammy Jo Trask. All she gets in the way of the supernatural are a few untimely visits from the long dead, smart-mouthed family ghost, Edie. But when her locket, an heirloom that happens to hold Edie’s soul, is stolen in the midst of a town-wide crime spree, it’s time for Tammy to find her inner witch.

After a few experiences in dysfunctional magic, Tammy turns to the only one who can help; the very rich and highly magical, Bryn Lyons. He might have all the answers—and a 007-savoir faire to boot—but the locket isn’t the only legacy passed down in Tammy’s family. She also inherited a warning…to stay away from anyone named Lyons.

Her second book Barely Bewitched was released September 1st. It continues the adventures of Tammy Jo as she learns more about her magic and tries to stay out of trouble. This is what the blurb for the book says.

Tammy Jo’s misfiring magic has attracted the unwanted attention of WAM, the World Association of Magic. Now, a wand-wielding wizard and a menacing fire warlock have come to Duvall to train her for a dangerous mandatory challenge. But is there more to their arrival than they claim?

When a curse leads to a toxic spill of pixie dust, the town comes unglued and the doors between the human and faery worlds begin to open. To rescue the town and to face the impossible magical test, Tammy needs the help of incredibly handsome Bryn Lyons, but WAM has declared him totally off-limits. To avoid deadly consequences, Tammy probably ought to follow the rules this time…

On the other hand, rebellion is an old Texas tradition.

I’m currently reading Would-Be Witch and I think it’s a hoot! Ms. Frost’s is an excellent writer and I love the wit and sass she put into Tammy Jo.

Please check out Kimberly at her website

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