The Covington Witches

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The Covington Witches

The Covington Witches Imara Covington has always known that she comes from a family of strong women Only after an unexpected journey to the quaint town of Edenton North Carolina do the family secrets begin to unravel Onc

  • Title: The Covington Witches
  • Author: Roz Carter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Imara Covington has always known that she comes from a family of strong women Only after an unexpected journey to the quaint town of Edenton, North Carolina, do the family secrets begin to unravel Once she thought of her family as her safety net and her home as a haven, but now Imara is forced to confront the long buried secrets that are at the center of her family s strImara Covington has always known that she comes from a family of strong women Only after an unexpected journey to the quaint town of Edenton, North Carolina, do the family secrets begin to unravel Once she thought of her family as her safety net and her home as a haven, but now Imara is forced to confront the long buried secrets that are at the center of her family s strength This is Part 1 of six Part 2 releases February, 2014 Part one introduces us to Imara Covington, a successful caterer who loves her work almost as much as she loves her family What Imara doesn t know is that she comes from a family of witches and this installment starts the story of discovery for Imara Delve into the creepy world of The Covington Witches, today A serialized horror story.

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    1. Never Never Land on said:

      THE COVINGTON WITCHES - Book One was provided to me free of charge by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. This is a great start to to Roz’s novel in six parts. We are introduced to Imara Covington who works her buns off running her own catering business. She experiences an incident where her dish, that she thought she had burned, is suddenly perfect. This is a great hint at possibly her own magic, something she is clearly unaware of. Then there is a sudden death in the family [...]

    2. Amie's Book Reviews on said:

      THE COVINGTON WITCHES - Book One was provided to me free of charge by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. The book starts with Imara Covington in the kitchen of her catering business. Her cooking always seems to come out perfectly (hinting that maybe a touch of magic is unintentionally involved). Due to a death in the family, Imara and two of her cousins are sent to represent their branch of the family at the funeral in the tiny town of Edenton (in the swamps). What follows is t [...]

    3. Bethany Diavoli at Lookin' for a Bookin' on said:

      In this first installment we are introduced to Imara Covington. A strong, driven, workaholic who has started a successful catering business. Her family is old money but they all work hard owning, or working at, a family business. Imara is asked to step away from her business to attend her uncle's funeral in rural North Carolina so she and two of her cousins make the trip from the fast pace of Philly to the remote little town of Edenton. Imara is enchanted by the family estate and this small town [...]

    4. Stephanie on said:

      This is the first installment of The Covington Witches, a story in six parts. In the first book we meet the Covington Family and the character we follow, Imara. Imara is a strong-willed businesswoman who runs her own catering company in Philadelphia with the help of her family. In fact, all of the businesses her family owns only employ other family members. Just as her catering business begins to boom, she and her cousins are called to North Carolina to attend the funeral of her Great-Uncle. Whi [...]

    5. Lux on said:

      (I received this book for free through First Reads.)It took me much longer than it should have to read this story (apparently TOO long since I can no longer order book two unfortunately), but what can you do when things get busy. It is really quite a short book since it is only the first part of six. The pacing is very slow and took a little getting used to, but this part of the story is a lot of build-up, and I suspect it might pick up in later parts. I do enjoy this type of story -the 'window [...]

    6. Marissa on said:

      I was given a free copy of this book by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review.The Covington Witches is the first installment in a series about a family of witches. In this book, readers are introduced to Imara, an independent, career driven, hard working young woman living in the Philadelphia area. Her life takes an interesting turn when a death in the family and brings her to Edenton, North Carolina. Unbeknownst to Imara, she is a member of a family of witches. The story revolves [...]

    7. Stevie Turner on said:

      This is the first part of a series, introducing us to Imara, a busy lady running her own catering business in Philadelphia. When her great uncle dies she has to temporarily hand the business over to family and friends to run while she travels to North Carolina for a few days with her cousins to attend the funeral. The pace of life is slower in Edenton, and Imara gets to like it there and even begins to think about buying a property in the town with her cousins. While she is there her great aunt [...]

    8. Debbie on said:

      I received this book as part of the First-reads Giveaway.I have not rated The Covington Witches because I am at a loss as to how to do that. When I entered this giveaway I did not realize that this was a serialized story - this book really amounts to no more than the first chapter of a longer book. Subsequent "chapters" are to follow but they are not available yet. As a first installment this book was little more than an introduction to various characters and a hint at mysteries to come. The wr [...]

    9. Jennifer-Eve Workman on said:

      This book was provided to me free of charge by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. While this book did have some good descriptive moments, it lacked a lot of "connecting dots" if that makes any sense. I did like the storyline and the characters but I think that the story itself needs a little more info and umpff You can tell when the author went into "full on writing mode" and when she seemed to be forced to put words down. I also don't like it when books are divided up into a s [...]

    10. J.M. Johnson on said:

      I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.There's nothing like a family funeral to learn a bit more about your family and this is exactly what happens in Roz Carter's book. Carter does a great job hinting that there is more to this story and more to her main character, Imara, and her mysterious family. While this book feels more like an introduction to the story and not much happens as far as action, it is very well written. I enjoyed the different characters and the [...]

    11. Viv Ross on said:

      First off, I won an ebook version of this via a giveaway hosted at Booklikes.That's what the build-up is in this first installment of the Covington Witches. It starts out with the mundane details of Imara's day-to-day life of her business; and by the end of the book, the mundane beginning is like a dream. Action-packed it is not (at least not yet maybe) but it is certainly interesting. Have you ever felt like you don't really click or connect with your family? I think that's possibly how Imara f [...]

    12. ~Charmer~the 1-click addict on said:

      I liked seeing the kindness that the family showed each other. I still don't know what's going on with the family, but maybe the next book will shed alil more light on that. The Southern family seems questionable. I wanted to see witch stuff happen and I didn't. What does everybody else know that Imara doesn't?

    13. Sherril Sipes on said:

      Enjoyed itMy type of Bookwish it was longer!The story-line has me intriguedgood characters!Author seems to be on their way style wiseovement on wording what they want us to envision would be my only helpful suggestion.:)

    14. Dee Vandenberg on said:

      This book is a wonderful read! The characters are interesting, the sceneries well thought out and concise. I cannot wait for the remaining series.

    15. Fandom Monthly on said:

      REVIEWER: AUTUMNThe Covington Witches Parts 1 & 2 by Roz Carter book review (spoiler free)Rate:1.5 of 5 stars★Book Reviewer: AutumnAbout The Covington Witches:Imara Covington has always known that she comes from a family of strong women. Only after an unexpected journey to the quaint town of Edenton, North Carolina, do the family secrets begin to unravel. Once she thought of her family as her safety net and her home as a haven, but now Imara is forced to confront the long buried secrets t [...]

    16. JoJo on said:

      This book was short, only 135 pages, broken into 2 parts. The back said part 3 to come in March of 2014. It may have only been 135 pages, but so much happens in such a brief book. Imara Covington is a loveable, hard-working, ambitious, introverted character that comes from a great familyor so it seems. The book hints at the use of magic and spells but doesn't really officially point it out until halfway through the book. Orphaned at a young age, her aunts and cousins are strongly involved in her [...]

    17. The Elves on said:

      This was a book we won as a First Reads review and we know we’re not supposed to like a book because of its cover, but we really like the cover of this book, it is dark yet warm and earthy, a little like the book itself that, even though it isn’t in the first person, reads a bit like a diary or memoir. It is a very down home story in its way and those who are looking for the sort of dramatic adventure that one finds in Harry Potter, or Lev Grossman’s The Magicians, or Witches of the East [...]

    18. Beth on said:

      I received this book as part of the First-reads Giveaway. Thank you for the book!This is a good start for a series that has some great possibilities. I'm looking forward to learning more about Imara and her family. There are a myriad ways this book could go, and I can't wait to find out which direction the story will go next.

    19. Shurrn on said:

      ***I won a copy of this book in the Authors & Reviewers Group's 2014 Birthday Bash Giveaway. Thank you to all the authors, members, and Mods who made the event so successful.***

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