Narrator: Amanda Ronconi

🎧 Berls Reviews Witchy Whiskers #COYER

🎧 Berls Reviews Witchy Whiskers #COYER

My top thoughts: Danielle Garrett is an author I’ve come to count on for a reliable, fun, cozy mystery. So when I saw this book was coming out and narrated by Amanda Ronconi – a top 5 narrator for me – it was a no brainer. In fact, I didn’t even check what the book […]

Posted October 11, 2021 by Berls in Review / 9 Comments
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Berls Reviews Witchy Weddings #audio #review

Berls Reviews Witchy Weddings #audio #review

Overall: Wow do I wish I’d read this series before Harmony joined the Beechwood Harbor Series. I didn’t have any trouble with her as a character, but I would have understood her so much better and gotten a little more of a thrill out of those mentions of her sister, Anastasia. I received this entire […]

Posted May 15, 2021 by Berls in Review / 2 Comments
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Berls Reviews Men Love Witches #audio #COYER

Berls Reviews Men Love Witches #audio #COYER

My top thoughts: This was everything I love about this series: great friendships, fun mystery, a bit of light magic and action, and character growth. This one had me tearing up quite a bit – both in joy and in sadness. All the FEELS! What I liked/didn’t like: As the cover suggests, this book is […]

Posted April 12, 2021 by Berls in Review / 1 Comment
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Berls Reviews The Witch is Inn #audioreview

Berls Reviews The Witch is Inn #audioreview

My top thoughts: Wow – I read this super fast. Was it just me being really into it or was it shorter than usual? Either way I enjoyed it and am sad to have it finished already. I buddy read it with Sophia and it was a treat to share our impressions, however fast it […]

Posted February 4, 2021 by Berls in Review / 5 Comments
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Berls Reviews Betwixt by Danielle Garrett

Berls Reviews Betwixt by Danielle Garrett

My top thoughts: I’m going to review each of the short stories contained within this separately, but overall I really enjoyed this! I found it frustrating that (1) the stories weren’t presented chronologically and (2) there was no context to help you know where each book should fall relative to the main storyline. Plus, since […]

Posted January 14, 2021 by Berls in Review / 5 Comments
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