Book Review: Intermittent Casting – Book 6 in the Widow’s Bay Series

“Elizabeth Bowden’s Diary – 1692 Journey to Sault Saint-Marie

Brule was not used to having a child on his travels. This, I learned quickly.

I also learned how to ride quietly but usefully in a canoe over dark waters, under black skies with sparkling stars.”

As with all the books in Rebecca Regnier’s Widow’s Bay series, the opening chapter grabs you and makes you want to know more. Intermittent Casting – Book 6 begins with Marzie reading from her ancestor’s, Elizabeth Bowden, diary.

Now, if you haven’t read my previous posts in this Book Review Series, please read the first post HERE before continuing with this post. The first post is where I introduce you to the very talented American author – Rebecca Regnier.

Otherwise, please read on…

“You look like crap, but that’s not why we have to go back because there’s breaking news.”

I expected a follow-up question from Grady, but instead, he slumped forward.

“Okay,” said Grady, and my big strong werewolf bestie promptly fell face-first toward the fire pit! He’d passed out!

After being told by her aunt, Marzie has left for a few days to sort herself out at a camp in the forest, with her good friend Grady. There to recharge her ‘batteries’ and read Elizabeth Bowden’s journal, Grady seems to have come down with a cold – or is it something more?

And now there is a team from a privately owned company looking for ‘rabid wolves’ in the area.

“You’ll be on the lookout all day?”

“All day, all night, all week, all forever if that’s what it takes to keep the public safe and manage the wildlife.”

“Got it.”

“Do you need photos to go with your story?”

I took a few photos of his crew, armed to the teeth, and apparently on the lookout for millions of rabid wolves. I left them to their search.

Independently published on Amazon in December 2019, Intermittent Casting continues the story of Marzie Nowak, her coven, and all the Yooper Naturals in Widow’s Bay. But Marzie is having a bit of a ‘crisis of faith’ in herself. You need to read this story to see how things work out.

Please see the blurb from Rebecca’s book Intermittent Casting below.

“The shift has hit the fan.

Marzie is in for the fight of her life, and to be honest? She’s really not up for it.

Marzie is in crisis! This witch is unsure about what to do or how to do it. Every flick of the wand could lead to a disaster for the people she loves. Marzie is heading into hiding with her favourite werewolf. But the pull of Widow’s Bay and her responsibilities to her coven and her family are strong. Marzie will learn the reason why intermittent casting is a very bad idea.

Join Marzie and her town of Yooper Naturals, snarky cats, and handsome vampires in this book that takes a page from the ancient history of Widow’s Bay to save the vampires and shifters she loves.

Intermittent Casting is the sixth book in a spellbinding paranormal cozy mystery series. If you like clever heroines, snarky humour, and supernatural small towns, then you’ll love Rebecca Regnier’s bewitching mystery.

Don’t miss Intermittent Casting, Widow’s Bay Book 6, and fall under the spell of a witty, whimsical mystery today!

I have enjoyed reading all the books in the Widow’s Bay series, and this one is no exception. All the books in this series are well written with great characters – some you’ll like, some you won’t. But these books make you keep coming back for more to find out what happens next. Add this to your ‘To Read’ list. I am on tenterhooks to know if Rebecca will be continuing the series – the ending of this book definitely leaves it open for another!

☻☻☻☻☻ 5/5

To purchase this book, click here: Intermittent Casting – Amazon.

To learn more about the author, follow this link:

Book Details

Author: Rebecca Regnier

Title of the work: Intermittent Casting, Book 6 – Widow’s Bay Series

Publisher: Independently Published (December 18, 2019)

ISBN-10 Number: 1675254346

Paperback: $12.99USD / 192 pages / Amazon

eBook: $4.09 / 184 pages Amazon Kindle / FREE on Kindle Unlimited

Note from Jenni: I hope you found this book review helpful. Please be sure to join me next week for my next post – Famous Writers and Their Daily Routines. Please follow my blog so you don’t miss out on any upcoming posts.

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Jenni Wade is a fiction copyeditor, line editor and proofreader who specialises in helping self-publishing and first-time authors. She can also help businesses with their documentation. She is an Associate Member of the Institute of Professional Editors Limited (IPEd) Australia.

(Image courtesy of Rebecca Regnier)

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