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Reviewed by Sarah Stuart for Readers' Favorite
Trigger Magic: Hidden Coven Series, Book 3 finds Bobbi still wishing she could cast spells for everything, but there are critical gaps in her skill. She does know, when she enters her house one stormy night, that there is an aether present, other than those created by her plants or a stray cat, and she fears her father’s evil machinations. Un-witchlike, she dials 911, but the intruder blasts her with powerful magic. Thus, author Kim McDougall grounds Book 3 in the series quickly for new readers, so welcome to Pennsylvania’s unique village. The secret coven is once more under attack from Koro, and Bobbi feels responsible. Quinn, in charge of security and busily trying to deny his attraction to Bobbi, feels responsible. Will either of them defeat the enemy, or will it take both? Will the coven survive?
A Bobbi-created rift in the wall that protects the coven… an insane demon… berserkers… swollen lay-lines… and through it all the thread of an unlikely romance. The trigger is magic, dark magic that must be defeated, and it leads Bobbi and Quinn into danger. “There was a crooked man who walked a crooked mile.” Who would have dreamed that a nursery rhyme could lead to peril? Kim McDougall, mistress of the art of making fantasy seem more real than reality with her adroit use of the everyday to make readers believe in magic: that’s who. Trigger Magic is her third book that’s left me searching for another word to describe her writing. I’ve used riveting, enthralling, and spellbinding. Captivating; I can’t wait to read Book 4.