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JINGLE HELLS, WITCHES ANONYMOUS STEP TWOChristmas is going to be hell this year. In this second novella in the Witches Anonymous series, all Amy wants for Christmas is to pass Step 2 of Witches Anonymous, but word’s gotten around Heaven (and Hell) that she tricked the angel Gabriel and assisted Adam with his second trial with temptation. Now Samson shows up on her doorstepJINGLE HELLS, WITCHES ANONYMOUS STEP TWOChristmas is going to be hell this year. In this second novella in the Witches Anonymous series, all Amy wants for Christmas is to pass Step 2 of Witches Anonymous, but word’s gotten around Heaven (and Hell) that she tricked the angel Gabriel and assisted Adam with his second trial with temptation. Now Samson shows up on her doorstep looking for true love, and Delilah’s not far behind, insisting she wasn’t the one who cut off his hair. In order to get both of them out of her ice cream shop and back into each others’ arms, Amy must become a relationship expert and a detective. But solving their biblical mystery means relying on Lucifer’s wicked assistance…and he’s not about to give it for free....

Title : Jingle Hells
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ISBN : 9565503
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Number of Pages : 85 Pages
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Jingle Hells Reviews

  • Aimee
    2019-02-26 08:19

    Oh holy swooning satan balls! After the first book, I was hooked. And this? I can't choose between Adam and Luc. I swoon over them both equally. I blazed through the pages (maybe I should blame Luc for that...), boarding an addiction. What I really like about these novellas, is that we still get the story, but it isn't stretched out needlessly, there isn't an endless list of side stories to get it longer and the story is compelling without all the fillers that people tend to skim through in other books. Plus, the story? Hot! I love to see the trouble Amy gets into. I kind of see her as my evil counterpart, and I can live vicariously through her. Even if she spells her name funny. Now, you guys know me by now. I am not a huge fan of love triangles, but in this one, I'm actually torn! I've never liked both guys before. Maybe, just maybe, Amy will get a manwhich and experience Heaven and Hell all at once. Oh, bad Aimee! Sorry kids, my review just went X Rated.You guys should really check these out! I read them all in a days worth of reading and they were highly enjoyable, well written and a blast to read! Plenty of laughs. Positively sinful and heavenly, all rolled into one delightful series!

  • Natasha
    2019-03-14 13:16

    Amys got a hold of me! 'Jingle Hells' is the second installment in the Witches Anonymous series by Misty Evans. If you read my review of 'Witches Anonymous', then you know I really enjoyed it. My thoughts on this series haven't changed, if anything I like the series more now. This time around it's winter soliste and Amy is on step two of the Witches Anonymous steps of redemption. She can't just complete the step like everyone else, someone always has to make things hard for her. This time it's Samson. He begs her for help to look for true love and Delilah is begging for her to show Samson the truth. If that wasn't bad enough, a bomb is dropped on her about her relationship with Luc, she's stuck with a cat that seems to hate her and her house gets trashed, again.I hate to say it, but I think I'm team Luc. I'm team both guys, but this book made me lean towards Luc, just a bit more. I guess us gals love the bad guys. The only thing I found odd is how Luc"The Devil" at times can be protrayed as more kind than Gabriel"The Arch Angel". That's a crazy twist if I ever heard of one. Lol! The Witch Anonymous novels are quick and tempting. From page one I get drawn in and I like what I read. Amy's character is likeable and her men are...*sighs*I highly recommed this read if your in the mood for a sexy supernatural that will keep you on your toes and make you giggle. Oh, did I mention there was chocolate and ice cream? Yeah, I knew you'd like that. ;)

  • Nana Malone
    2019-03-07 05:36

    The Devil made her do it – And if you saw Luc, you’d do it too! Everyone’s favorite reformed witch is back with her hand in the Dove Chocolates.When we meet recovering witchaholic, Amy Atwood again, things have changed for her. Her hunky boyfriend, Adam, is on sabbatical, looking to find his biblical self and the land of Eden, leaving Amy to her own devises and the mercy of a lovelorn Lucifer. Given Amy’s penchant for flouting angelic authority, a cast of the biblical variety shows up looking for their second chance at love and life. To put it mildly, Samson and Delilah have issues. And Amy is just the witch to help them find their way back to each other.Amy is sassy, warm and fun. Most importantly, she’s relatable, powers not withstanding. She’s a heroine you can’t help but love. As she tries to play relationship counselor and keep away from temptation, you can’t help but grin at her zingy one liners and inherent sass.If you loved Witches Anonymous, you’ll love this fun, sexy, romp with our favorite Charmed One. And if you haven’t picked up Witches Anonymous yet, you’re missing out. This is a series to watch if you love fun, sexy paranormals.

  • Marlene
    2019-03-02 08:37

    If Lucifer is capable of true love, is he really such a bad guy? Misty Evans' Witches Anonymous series keeps teasing me with that question. Jingle Hells is the second book in the series, and I'm having even more fun following Amy Atwood's adventures in the town of Eden, as she tries to resist Luc's charms and stay true to her vow of "no more magic".Amy's boyfriend, Adam the actual first man, is off on a trip to the Middle East to find the location of the Garden of Eden. Amy is lonely for Christmas, and her ex, that old devil Lucifer himself, would just love to worm his way back into Amy's bed, and into her heart. The fact that Luc really is thinking about Amy's heart makes me think that Luc isn't such a bad guy after all, which is a very strange thing to say about Satan. Even romantically speaking.But while Adam is out of town, Amy has a whole bunch of otherworldly visitors--also of biblical origins. For a girl who has already sold her soul to the Devil, Amy is suddenly receiving an awful lot of signs from the godly side of the street. First both Samson and Delilah burst into her ice cream shop wanting her to solve their millenia-old lover's squabble. Then two bands of angels arrive, one from above, one from below. And get this, it's the so-called "good" guys who want to keep Samson and Dee apart! And then there's this cat...and Luc arranges for a delivery of the Bible, with instructions for Amy to read Genesis, just before Adam returns from his trip.If you read the last book, you might remember that Amy's sister Emilia started everything by getting luring Luc into her bed. Well, she's back. And it's all her fault.Java Brownie Chip ice cream is the cure-all for breaking up with your boyfriend. There's a liberal application of it required in this story.Escape Rating B: This is fun stuff. I like Amy. She's someone I'd want to have coffee with. Or better yet, some of that ice cream of hers. There was less of her Witches Anonymous group in this story, which was too bad, because some of them are hilarious, but more clarity about the folks in Amy's personal life. I liked the backstory on how Amy met Luc, and where Keisha (her partner/coworker) fits into things. Adam's role was much clearer.Gabe, AKA Gabriel the manipulative Archangel, made a cameo appearance. He will clearly be back as the man/angel of mystery.Emilia got off just a little too easy. She needs to feel some serious guilt and remorse for the mess she caused. I hope that comes in the next book, but right now, Emilia's story feels a tad unfinished to me.I like Luc more everytime he shows up. Which goes back to my original question. If the devil feels true love, how bad can he really be? Just bad enough to be really, really good?

  • Sabrina
    2019-03-06 12:25

    In this second novella we are back with bad witch gone good, Amy, and everyone’s favorite, deliciously sinful men, Luc and Adam. Thank God for that! I was having some withdrawals and it’s only been a few days!Its Christmas time and everyone wants to celebrate except Amy. While everyone is moving on in Witches Anonymous, Amy is stuck on Step Two, believing a higher power than herself can restore her sanity, and when she has Adam gone trying to connect with his Eden roots and Luc trying to tempt her back into his arms, that sounds pretty unlikely. She needs to get that sanity back, but of course during her WA meeting at her ice cream shop the bell rings and who should walk in but Samson and Delilah. Boy is Amy in for some trouble. Trying to get these two back together while forces from Heaven and Hell are trying to keep them apart, is going to take more than Amy’s got. Turning first to the Church for some answers, then to Luc, things become even crazier. Add to that a peculiar calico cat that just won’t stop following Amy and Adam around, and a visit from a certain sister. When can a girl get a break?I loved every minute of this book and I’m about to go start the third one right now! Can’t wait! 5/5 stars here!

  • Catherine Estrada
    2019-03-23 06:21

    I had the chance to review Witches Anonymous a while back, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Jingle Hells is the next book in the series following Amy in her relationship with a "second chance" Adam, the angel Gabriel, and abstaining from witchcraft. Not to mention her tumultuous relationship with the Devil....This time around, Amy is visited by Sampson and Delilah, and has to try to figure out how to restore the balance between Good and Evil, all without using magic, or getting sucked back into a "relationship" with Lucifer. Oh, and even though she doesn't really believe in Christmas, she has to figure out how to do it for her guy... Life can be pretty rough sometimes!Amy and her adventures only get more endearing the more you spend time with them. If you haven't already, go check out these novellas! *On a side note, can I have those boots?????

  • Edie Ramer
    2019-03-17 09:19

    This 2nd book in the Witches Anonymous series was even more entertaining than the first one. You can’t go wrong with a beginning like this: “My name is Amy Atwood and I slept with the Devil. Literally.” Amy’s struggles to restrain from using her powers while her unusual life turns stranger are fun, fun, fun. The devil is tempting her while her firefighter boyfriend, the original Adam, is searching for his Eden roots, and who shows up on her doorstep but an arguing Samson and Delilah. I have to admit that I’m kind of rooting for Luc the devil. I’m already eager for book 3 in the series to see what happens next.

  • Elisa Hordon
    2019-02-26 10:28

    A great Christmas Witchy story.Jingle hells was funny and entertaining, I am really enjoying Amy Atwood she is a great character.I love how Luc never gives up on Amy and I really don't think he ever will.Amy outdoes herself trying to make Adam's first Christmas one he will never forget and I really don't think he ever

  • Michelle Miles
    2019-03-16 06:16

    I love Amy! More fun from Misty Evans with her Witches Anonymous books. I love that she's incorporated Samson and Delilah into this book. It's an awesome good time full of snarky humor. What's not to love about that?

  • Amy R
    2019-02-23 06:10

    This was another fun book in the WA series. I know I always cheer for the bad boy heroes in books, but as a Christian it did surprise me that I would be cheering for Lucifer in this book! I really like Amy and the stuff she gets caught up in. Another great read!

  • Buttons
    2019-03-07 13:19

    This book was a bit better than the first, but still left me cold. I don't know if its only the length of the book or also because of the authors style, but I couldn't connect to the characters at all. There is no depth to the story.

  • Kimmarie
    2019-03-04 06:37

    Dun dun dunnnnn... Things are certainly stirring up for Amy!! Love how these short stories are going and can't wait to read the next!

  • Melanie
    2019-03-17 05:21

    4*s Review posted here

  • Ana
    2019-03-16 10:13

    Am I being a total bitch by wanting her to be with Lucifer instead of Adam? 'Cause I'm sorry but I don't like Adam all that much.