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Long Isle Iced Tea by Gina LaManna
Series: Magic & Mixology #4
on November 2, 2017
Star light, star bright, the first star I see tonight…
A childhood chant turns near deadly for Lily Locke when she’s swept into The Faction’s latest triumph—the overthrowing of the hidden, magical city of Wishery.
When Ainsley and her team at MAGIC, Inc. beg Lily for her help, she agrees, taking on a load of problems that pile up faster than she can say Abracadabra. A new revolution in black magic stumps the island’s burgeoning Mixologist, while a haunted house, a surprise birthday party, and rising familial troubles back on The Isle compete for her already-limited time and attention.
Lily’s barely hanging on by a thread, juggling life, love, and the pursuit of magic, when islanders start disappearing—one at a time. When a man warns her the next disappearance is imminent, Lily must crack the curse…before she’s next.
I wish I may, I wish I might…have the wish I wish tonight.
Long Isle Iced Tea truly took me on a journey. To a world that I couldn’t ever imagine myself. I was able experience a magical world that I honestly transported to and it was mind blowing.
Long Isle Iced Tea was filled with twists and turns only to spit you and then suck you right back in with a desire to live in this story forever. I am in desperate need of the next book.
“It seemed everyone wanted my help, yet nobody wanted to listen.”
Lily faced lots of trials in this story, from personal issues with Zin and Lily, tribulations with The Core and her relationship with X. On top of all of that she had islanders seeking her help for seemingly endless problem. Not to mention the looming threat from The Faction and Lily’s father.
Gina LaManna slayed Long Isle Iced Tea! I was sucked so far in that I had tears trickling and fear coursing through my veins. I was terrified multiple time throughout this story. I was also filled with wonder and awe at this world she created, the depth and magnitude were brilliant.
Even if you have never picked up a paranormal or magical read, this series is a must read!