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Spring in Summerland (Season of the Witch, #2)[Ebook] ➨ Spring in Summerland (Season of the Witch, #2) Author April L. Wood – Varanus.us When a teen air witch named Spring visits her grandparents for some much needed breathing space from her smothering parents, she s once again stifled, but this time by the troubled Spirit Witches of E When a teen air witch named Spring visits her grandparents for some much needed breathing space from her smothering parents, she s once again stifled, but this time by the troubled Spirit Witches of Elderberry Thicket who shadow her After a chance encounter at her grandparents Ostara celebration, romance blooms between Spring and Oak of the Wormwood clan Love is in the air and Spring is filling up, unlike Oak who at times seems to be holding his Spring in Epub / breath Why does the one person she wants around keep his distance Spring doesn t want to meddle in the affairs of the dead, but as her ties grow closer to the witches of Springfield, her initial denial and reluctance transforms into a fierce determination to liberate their loved ones from the Valley of the Dead As this Spiritist digs deeper to uncover the mystery of why the Spirit Witches aren t crossing over, she s ensnared into a web of dark family secrets that span the ages, threatening the innocent if exposed Except, even angels cast shadows is Spring protecting the right person Young love will blossom and old skeletons will be revealed Can Spring Widow Tears deliver the Spirit Witches to the Summerland Or will she fail to meet her destiny as a Spiritist, sealing her own final fate.

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    Have Kindle books exposed Except, even angels cast shadows is Spring protecting the right person Young love will blossom and old skeletons will be revealed Can Spring Widow Tears deliver the Spirit Witches to the Summerland Or will she fail to meet her destiny as a Spiritist, sealing her own final fate."/>
  • Paperback
  • 260 pages
  • Spring in Summerland (Season of the Witch, #2)
  • April L. Wood
  • 03 October 2019
  • 9781622510 Other Editions 2

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    Have Kindle books exposed Except, even angels cast shadows is Spring protecting the right person Young love will blossom and old skeletons will be revealed Can Spring Widow Tears deliver the Spirit Witches to the Summerland Or will she fail to meet her destiny as a Spiritist, sealing her own final fate."/>
  1. says:

    April is a gifted writer and this was a beautiful, original and inspiring story The characters were well developed and lovable, the plot was unexpected and the ending was magical Great sequel to her first book


  2. says:

    Just dreamy Although there are plenty of dark secrets to be revealed, mostly Spring s story is uplifting, romantic and even inspiring Don t be surprised if you find yourself wishing she was a real person so you could give her a hug She s the most adorable witch since Winter from the previous book.


  3. says:

    I ve been eager to read Spring in Summerland for many moons now, ever since I first read Winter s Curse I will admit, however, that I was preparing myself not to love it as much as I loved Winter Don t get me wrong, I knew I would love it, but I REALLY loved Winter, and I wasn t sure how another book, another set of characters, would measure up Everything about Spring in Summerland measures up, from our hero, new witch next door, Spring Window Tears, to her dreamy love interest, strong and si I ve been eager to read Spring in Summerland for many moons now, ever since I first read Winter s Curse I will admit, however, that I was preparing myself not to love it as much as I loved Winter Don t get me wrong, I knew I would love it, but I REALLY loved Winter, and I wasn t sure how another book, another set of characters, would measure up Everything about Spring in Summerland measures up, from our hero, new witch next door, Spring Window Tears, to her dreamy love interest, strong and silent Oak of the Wormwood Clan, to Spring s newfound abilities as a Spiritist, a witch who can see and communicate with the dead Author April L Wood s words, her story, her true and profound magic pulls you in and transports you to the world of Spring and yes, of Winter Rose Thorne as well I was delighted to see Winter and Turmeric return, to read the next chapters of their story Returning to characters like Winter and Turmeric feels like coming home to old friends I love that about Ms Wood s writing I love this series April L Wood has a gift She conjures up very real magic with words, breathing life into a world full of love, laughter, ancient witchcraft, and color I see color when I read her books I don t know how she does it, but I see everything that she describes in vivid detail and astounding shades of greens, blues, violets, pinks I don t know of many authors who can do that, I truly admire the few who can Ms Wood, thank you for your characters Thank you for your stories Thank you for sharing your magic


  4. says:

    This book is just as amazing as book one of this series I like the fact that April incorporated some of the characters from book one into this story I never lost interest while reading this witchy story And as my last moments with Spring, Winter and the characters from Summerland come to an end. I hope book three in this series comes out soon.


  5. says:

    Loved This This was a totally different theme and plot from the first book I didn t know that I d be falling in love with this story, but I totally did It s evenintriguing and suspenseful then the first book Spring is just amazing She s so well fleshed out as are all of the characters There s nothing better then to read the next book in a series, and still be seeing characters that you loved from the first when it s centered around a brand new heroine I was thinking that this was Loved This This was a totally different theme and plot from the first book I didn t know that I d be falling in love with this story, but I totally did It s evenintriguing and suspenseful then the first book Spring is just amazing She s so well fleshed out as are all of the characters There s nothing better then to read the next book in a series, and still be seeing characters that you loved from the first when it s centered around a brand new heroine I was thinking that this was shaping up to be one very dark story. but it kept changing directions for me I truly was enthralled and by the end, I was loving the way in which the book flowed Ms Wood absolutely has this writing thing mastered You will be flying through these pages and wishing that there was a spell to keep the story going I m eagerly awaiting book three


  6. says:

    Spring in Summerland is just as fantastic as Winter s Curse It can be read as a stand alone book but a great follow up to the first I love how some of the characters from the first roll over into this book to continue their story as well as Spring s story Modern day with real places but has old ways of the witches mixed with the new changes Kind of funny sometimes, problem solving, friends, and community all makes for a fantastic read It will keep you on your toes to figure out whats happen Spring in Summerland is just as fantastic as Winter s Curse It can be read as a stand alone book but a great follow up to the first I love how some of the characters from the first roll over into this book to continue their story as well as Spring s story Modern day with real places but has old ways of the witches mixed with the new changes Kind of funny sometimes, problem solving, friends, and community all makes for a fantastic read It will keep you on your toes to figure out whats happening


  7. says:

    This is the second book in a series I haven t read the first book, which is likely to impact my review The author has done a very good job in this novel Overall, the world building and character development are good The writing is descriptive enough to allow imagination to fill in any gaps, but not to the point of being intrusive The story is well thought out, and, aside from being predictable, was well executed Objectively, this book hits all the high marks for me I didn t even notice a This is the second book in a series I haven t read the first book, which is likely to impact my review The author has done a very good job in this novel Overall, the world building and character development are good The writing is descriptive enough to allow imagination to fill in any gaps, but not to the point of being intrusive The story is well thought out, and, aside from being predictable, was well executed Objectively, this book hits all the high marks for me I didn t even notice any editing concerns I should love this book.And yet, something definitely missed the mark for me I just didn t really connect with this universe I felt that I d missed a lot in terms of the way their world is set up I m lost as to the geography, for one thing, and found the explanation for the parallel world to be extremely weak I also found that theinteresting bits to me were glossed over I would have expected rituals with a littlesubstance to them, as well as a stronger current of spirituality in at least some characters Any description of rituals read as cartoonish to me I think there were a lot of missed opportunities for complexity of character to be revealed, although Spring s choice at the end did very much intrigue me, and gives me hope forinteresting future installments.While this isn t the right series for me, the author is definitely very interesting and I would absolutely readof her work that isn t centered in this particular universe.I received a copy of this novel through Voracious Readers Only


  8. says:

    April Wood has a little bit of a different take on witches than I m used to, but it was still an enjoyable read It was a nice mix of light and dark I felt like the ending was a little rushed There were still questions I wanted answers to and emotions I would have liked to see explored.


  9. says:

    April L Wood has brought us a second bedazzling book in her season of the witch series Winter and Tumeric return, but this tale is about Spring who moves in with her witchy grandparents Spring is as eclectic and rich a character as Winter She also experiences many twists and turns with her induction into a new place, from the everyday threat of a skunk to the supernatural raising of the dead But I don t want to give away too much Just know that she s a typical teenage witch with a gift f April L Wood has brought us a second bedazzling book in her season of the witch series Winter and Tumeric return, but this tale is about Spring who moves in with her witchy grandparents Spring is as eclectic and rich a character as Winter She also experiences many twists and turns with her induction into a new place, from the everyday threat of a skunk to the supernatural raising of the dead But I don t want to give away too much Just know that she s a typical teenage witch with a gift for seeing things others don t But this particular gift islike a curse and Spring has to learn how to best deal with it, all the while making new friends and navigating new territory and living with family she doesn t know too well and falling in love with a green eyed Wormwood named Oak Let s say Wood s tale isn t short on well, anything There are plenty of elements to enjoy in this story, and like Winter s Curse Wood does an excellent job of delivering her narrative with a charming and witty voice that could very easily belong to a friend you ve known forever Spring s ability to roll with the punches is obvious, and is the aspect we fall in love with most readily She s the kind of character who adapts and grows almost instantly One of the treats of this second book, though, is the return of Winter Any faithful reader will be content to know she s adopted her new life and found an anchor in the world thrust upon her in the first book The charming banter between her and Tumeric will make you smile Wood s writing is delightful, immediate and personable I look forward to the next season born out of Wood s witchy world


  10. says:

    Spring in Summerland is an excellent follow up to Winter s Curse We get to see old familiar characters, and we meet the new witch on the block She s the titular Spring, and she s recently moved in with her grandparents Oh, and she can see the dead No big.Even though Spring is very much a powerful witch, she is still very much a teenage girl She has run ins with wild skunks, bath fizzers, and needs to solve a mystery that hits very close to home She also manages to get the strong, silent Oa Spring in Summerland is an excellent follow up to Winter s Curse We get to see old familiar characters, and we meet the new witch on the block She s the titular Spring, and she s recently moved in with her grandparents Oh, and she can see the dead No big.Even though Spring is very much a powerful witch, she is still very much a teenage girl She has run ins with wild skunks, bath fizzers, and needs to solve a mystery that hits very close to home She also manages to get the strong, silent Oak to come out of his shell bark Highly recommended

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