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Life’s a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Jenni Bishop

Life's a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes, #3)Life’s a Witch by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Life’s a Witch: A Paranormal Romantic Comedy (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen is a fun romantic comedy in the paranormal world. Witches and wolves, vampires and magic are what Carrie does best. When ever I see her name, I know I just must get it and get lost in the magic she creates and is know for. Each book in the series just gets better and better and always stays with me long after I have finished the story. I would read the first two books in this series before you read this one as the characters intertwine.

 

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Life’s a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Kayla Interdonato

Life's a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes, #3)Life’s a Witch by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Life’s a Witch: A Paranormal Romantic Comedy is the third book in the New Orleans Nocturnes series by Carrie Pulkinen. The story opens with Crimson in a lot of trouble. She’s on trial for a spell that went wrong and the punishment is having her powers bound for eternity. Crimson’s last resort is to challenge the high priestess to a battle…of magic…which is a huge issue for Crimson. None of her spells seem to go right, but it’s her only option. Maybe her adopted father, who’s an angel, can help her out with a miracle. Then there is the oh so charming demon Mike Cortez, who is trying to strike yet another deal with the Devil. The Devil is looking for a new assistant, and Mike knows just the witch for the job. Problem is, he isn’t sure he is willing to give up Crimson and damn her to a life with the Devil. The two must work together if they are to save Crimson. This story, as well as others in this series, are a true balance of paranormal, romance, and comedy. I love how the author puts such a comedic spin on a genre that is often portrayed as scary or terrifying. And who doesn’t love a good love story, even if it’s among witches and demons.

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Life’s a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Sheri Schrader

Life's a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes, #3)Life’s a Witch by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Life’s a Witch: A Paranormal Romantic Comedy by Carrie Pulkinen is the third book in the New Orleans Nocturnes series. These are fun, quick to read stories which can be read as a standalone. I recommend reading them in order because there is some character carryover from book to book. This time we are given Crimson, who is a bad witch. Not evil bad! She is just really good at getting spells wrong. She gets herself into some odd situations in book 2 and now they are coming back to haunt her. With the help of the demon Mike and her other supernatural friends can she get herself into this problem?
The characters are fun and light. I enjoy the introduction of different supernaturals and that sometimes life is stranger than fiction. New Orleans is a perfect setting for these supernatural stories to take place. I have enjoyed these books as a get away from the realities of the real world. I look forward to reading more from this author in the future.

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Life’s a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Sara Oxton

Life's a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes, #3)Life’s a Witch by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Life’s a Witch by Carrie Pulkinen a five-star read that will set your pages on fire. This is number three in the New Orleans Nocturnal series and the have just gone from strength to strength. I loved meeting Crimson Oliver in number two, she made me smile in that one and I was excited to hear that we get to see more in this instalment. This is my favourite of the series as I adore Crimson, she isn’t bad like some people think, just a little clumsy and not the best witch in the world, I think she would be me if I were a witch. This is such an easy read and will make you laugh so hard, Crimson and Mike will just make you warm in the best way, don’t miss this great story.

Review by @saraoxo

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Life’s a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Heather Lovelace

Life's a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes, #3)Life’s a Witch by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Pulkinen does it again! This book is just the perfect combination of wit and romance and the paranormal. What do you get when you put a witch and demon together? Perfection. Absolute utter comedic perfection. Loved every page. Cannot wait to read more!

Reviewed by @heatherlovelace
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Life’s a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Lisa Helmick

Life's a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes, #3)Life’s a Witch by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is one entertaining series! I really enjoy meeting these new characters and the crazy stuff this author comes up with is gold! We met Crimson in the last book. She is a witch with bad powers. Mike is a demon…actually the devil’s advocate. So he looks good but can’t be trusted. They have an undeniable attraction but one handshake and misspoken words is going to change it all.

I wasn’t sure about entering the demon world but this author made it so interesting. I couldn’t resist smiling and reading more. Hellions Anonymous. Ingenious! For recovering demons. What a great idea!

It was a joy reading this story. I loved it! I read it fairly quickly. Hoping there is more!

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Life’s A Witch ( New Orleans Nocturnes Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Caralee Loonat

Life's a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes, #3)Life’s a Witch by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Life’s A Witch : A Paranormal Romantic Comedy (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen
4 Stars!!!!

I just loved another adventure into the supernatural New Orleans world. I found that the books just flow one to the next and you are drawn right into the created world. I just couldn’t put this book down. I just love supernatural romance.

From the last book I was just on tenter hooks to see who Crimson would fair. This book does such a great job bringing the story on. I just love how all the supes seem to start to get together and help one another through the trials and tribulations. I just love how she is able to free Mike and how they come together. I love the fact that Crimson is able to overcome the charges and how she becomes who she was meant to be. I will definitely be reading more from this author and hopefully this series.

Review by @caraleeloonat
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Life’s a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Juls Dick

Life's a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes, #3)Life’s a Witch by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Life’s a Witch is the 3rd book in the New Orleans Nocturnes saga by Carrie Pulkinen. I have to say, I am a huge fan of this series, they are witty, romantic and have excellent stories. In this book Crimson, the unfortunate witch from book 2, is called upon by the High Priestess of her coven to face her punishment for her wonky spell from book 2 in which she almost unwittingly started a war with the local werewolf’s. In her attempt to save herself Crimson ends up setting herself a challenge she in unsure she can win. Mike, a recovering demon, has his eye on crimson and wants to get to know her better but is he is unable to keep his demon side in check which results in a race to save them both. I really recommend this series if you like a light-hearted, paranormal romantic comedy. A really enjoyable read.

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Life’s a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Angela Hayes

Life's a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes, #3)Life’s a Witch by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

Life’s a Witch is the third book in the New Orleans Nocturnes series by Carrie Pulkinen. Another fantastic, sexy, and funny Paranormal Romantic Comedy from Ms. Pulkinen. This series is such a fun read- I have really enjoyed my time exploring the New Orleans Nocturnes “world”. After meeting Crimson in Shift Happens (Book Two) and discovering she would get her own story in Book Three- I couldn’t wait to dive in. And I have to say, Ms. Pulkinen doesn’t disappoint! This series just seems to get better with each new instalment- and I have loved the sexy, fun, and humorous look at the New Orleans paranormal world. Even though these books are more light-hearted and sweeter than some of her other book/series- they still have plenty of excitement, dramatic developments, and intrigue to keep me spellbound. As I said, this is a paranormal romantic comedy- with witches, demons, magic, vampires, suspense, danger, and other supernatural elements- all set in mystical New Orleans.
As we discovered in book two, Crimson has a bit of glitch to her magic- every spell she casts simply goes awry. As we saw in book two- they can lead to some crazy and unexpected situations. Her latest blunder results in a summons to a Coven tribunal, where she will most likely be stripped of her powers, forever. In a fit of nerves, Crimson ends up challenging the coven’s High Priestess to a contest of magic- something she has no hope of winning… Right? This is where the story gets really interesting- and what happens next makes for a spellbinding read.
I hope this isn’t the end of the New Orleans Nocturnes stories- as I am definitely not ready to say goodbye- and there are a few characters who I would love to discover more about and need their own book/s- especially Gaston, Jasmine, and Jackson.
Looking forward to seeing what comes next!

Thank you, Ms. Pulkinen!

 

Reviewed by @angelahayes

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Life’s a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Madison Degraffenreid

Life's a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes, #3)Life’s a Witch by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Life’s a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen

5-Stars

Life’s a Witch (New Orleans Nocturnes Book 3) by Carrie Pulkinen was hilarious and romantic. I literally laughed hard for several minutes during a few scenes. This book is my favorite in this series. Crimson is a bad with, not wicked, but bad in that her power tends to misfire. She has to appear before the coven and face losing her powers. On a last ditch effort she challenges the High Priestess and is surprised when the Goddess answers her call and the challenge is planned. She has a month to figure something out. In the meantime, she meets Mike who is a recovering demon of hell. He falls head over heels for her but accidentally damns her because she jokingly says she would sale herself to the devil. His demon half responds and now they have to figure out how to save her from working for Satan and defeating the High Priestess.

I loved this book and the characters. I loved that Jane and Sophie were there to back her up. They all make an amazing group of powerful women. They are inspiring and strong. Mike was also amazing and I loved that he always found a way around his demon nature to do good. The thing with the Angel food cake and demons was hilarious. Excellent book and part of an excellent series. I highly recommend it and easily give it 5-stars.

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