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Spring’s Calling (Seasons of Magic Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Kaitlyn Leatherwood

Spring's Calling (Seasons of Magic, #1)Spring’s Calling by Sarah Biglow

This is the beginning of a series, and it definitely sets it up for much more magic and mayhem to come. Ezri is a strong female protagonist while still being reliably human in her limits. There are so many moments I couldn’t help but sympathize with her and her struggles with both her family and work. If you’re looking for a paranormal detective story that kicks butt this is definitely my first pick for you. It will leave you on the edge of your seat and craving more. I will have to be getting my hands on book two to see where we will go now.

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Spring’s Calling (Seasons of Magic Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Mandi LaMiller

Spring's Calling (Seasons of Magic, #1)Spring’s Calling by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I didn’t know what to expect when first opening “Springs Calling” by Sarah Biglow. I have to say Sarah did not disappoint. Springs Calling is an urban crime fantasy with tons of twists and turns that keep you on edge. After losing her mother to a murder that everyone pretended did not happen, Ezri Trenton vowed to solve the murder herself. Now as a Boston rookie detective she is finally has the resources to do it. Solving her mothers murder is not easy especially when Sarah is hiding that she is a Witch and if she doesn’t already have enough on her plate, she is trying to solve a string of murder which seem to be related to a prophecy that just so happens to declare Ezri as the Savior. Ezri has amazing character development and must learn how to trust others. After a bit of a slow start, I couldn’t put this book down and have already started the next one
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Spring’s Calling (Seasons of Magic Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Dahnielle Hibbert

Spring's Calling (Seasons of Magic, #1)Spring’s Calling by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

After reading the synopsis I was really looking forward to reading this book. I am not sure if I hyped it up so much that I let myself down but I found the book to be a bit blasé. The details were not impressively laid out and the storyline didn’t draw me into the story. That said the characters were good but needed fleshed out and some of the background information seems to make little connection with the story. Ezri could be a lot more than she is and I have hopes that the second book will have all those amazing, unique details that bring a story to life. I can see how this could be a really magical, suspenseful and captivating series. I truly hope book two will bring this interesting story to life.

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Spring’s Calling (Seasons of Magic Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Alisa Boomer

Spring's Calling (Seasons of Magic, #1)Spring’s Calling by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Spring’s Calling is one of the absolute BEST books I have read in the last couple years!! It is the perfect blend of relatable characters, action, & mystery! You can’t help wanting to be friends with the sassy female lead and root for her!! Not only is the story absolutely awesome, but the character development is a work of art. It is wonderfully written as well! I cannot recommend this book enough! Seriously, I have already ordered the next three!!

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Spring’s Calling (Seasons of Magic Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Ashley Hasting

Spring's Calling (Seasons of Magic, #1)Spring’s Calling by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Ezri Trenton is a new detective with her partner Jacquie who’s been one longer. They have a murder that leaves to more and they work together to find the problem. From the beginning to the end of this book, they have gone through many obstacles. Ezri has past issues she has to deal with while trying to solve the crime and save the world. It was such a great read and can’t wait to continue the series!

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Spring’s Calling (Seasons of Magic Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Desiree Ottinger

Spring's Calling (Seasons of Magic, #1)Spring’s Calling by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Ezri grows up knowing that she has a prophecy to fulfill. When her mother is murdered tragically, and everyone seems to be fine with sweeping it under the rug, she vows to find her mother’s killer. Once she becomes a detective, she sets out to find out more about her mom’s death. However, murders around the Vernal Equinox begin happening around the city and she has to solve them first. Can she solve the murders before she has to fulfill the prophecy? Or are they part of it? Will she be able to find her mother’s murderer?

This is my first time reading this author and I really enjoyed it! The story flowed smoothly with the backstory interspersed at the right moments in the book. Ezri is a very angry, hurt person that has to move past her feelings of self-imposed isolation and allow others to help her fulfill her destiny. Past friends and family that she cut off come to her aid and show her grace in their assistance. I feel like the author did a wonderful job of bringing the characters to life in my mind. I enjoyed the way they interacted and related to each other.

This book was a good, clean language, detective-fantasy book!

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Spring’s Calling (Seasons of Magic Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Ashley Johnson

Spring's Calling (Seasons of Magic, #1)Spring’s Calling by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was my first book from this author and it won’t be my last. It started out kind of slow but picked up and was action packed. I am excited to read the rest of this series and more Kayla. She was my favorite character. I hope we find out more about her past. Time to start the second book!

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Spring’s Calling (Seasons of Magic Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Rayne East

Spring's Calling (Seasons of Magic, #1)Spring’s Calling by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Magic, prophesies and mysteries

This book has an intriguing take on magic and loved the interwoven crime aspect. Ezri is a strong female lead and very easy to connect with. The book builds slowly towards the climax but then quickly races to the finish. This is the first book in the series and has set the pace for the rest of the books. There is a little teaser of things to come which I am very keen to check out.

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Spring’s Calling (Seasons of Magic Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Stephanie nicole

Spring's Calling (Seasons of Magic, #1)Spring’s Calling by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

While I am a huge fantasy lover I haven’t read very many urban fantasies before but this one is just simply amazing! This book combined all of my favorite things including crime, drama, magic, and more. The character development was simply amazing, the plot was so perfect that I was on the edge of my seat most the book. Ezri is a strong cop with the Boston police department and I loved following her magical journey through this story and I personally can’t wait to see what our author gives us next.

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Spring’s Calling (Seasons of Magic #1) by Sarah Biglow-Review by Amanda Kimble

Spring's Calling (Seasons of Magic, #1)Spring’s Calling by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5/5 Stars

Spring’s Calling: (A Witch Detective Urban Fantasy Novel) (Seasons of Magic #1) by Sarah Biglow

This isn’t the first book by the author that I’ve read. Biglow has a unique way of bringing her characters to life. Ezri’s story had me captivated from the beginning.

Ezri is the last Harrow daughter alive. She is told of the prophecy that involves her. Now the time has come and she’s not exactly ready to do it on her own. The quote I chose for Ezri is: “Damn right I am. And they need to know that the only way to stop me is to actually kill me, and if Taggart is their best guy, then they’re seriously going to need to up their game. Now, let’s see about getting you back to normal.”

Highly recommended for Supernatural Witch lovers.

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