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  1. 4 out of 5

    Addison Moore

    Mistletoe in Glimmerspell (Hot Flash Homicides)is here! Amazon--> https://bit.ly/MistletoeinGlimmerspell It’s Christmas in Glimmerspell and wickedness abounds. Elliot and I are taking things to a new level, and I’m loving my job at the Haunted Book Barn. Things are finally going well for me. So why am I playing the part of maid-of-honor at my exes wedding? And that Christmas party at the historical society leads to more than just a lesson in history—it leads to murder. Who said midlife was bori Mistletoe in Glimmerspell (Hot Flash Homicides)is here! Amazon--> https://bit.ly/MistletoeinGlimmerspell It’s Christmas in Glimmerspell and wickedness abounds. Elliot and I are taking things to a new level, and I’m loving my job at the Haunted Book Barn. Things are finally going well for me. So why am I playing the part of maid-of-honor at my exes wedding? And that Christmas party at the historical society leads to more than just a lesson in history—it leads to murder. Who said midlife was boring? Midlife in Glimmerspell can be a real killer. #paranormalwomensfiction #PWF #Cozymystery #mystery #Kindleunlimited

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kristen Lewendon

    The book can’t be over already! I refuse to believe it. No! No, no, no, no, no, no! I need more Glimmerspell and I need it NOW! This story kept me laughing, and it kept me guessing. I was lucky enough to pick up on the key clue that gave away the murderer’s identity, but I still spent the rest of the book second-guessing myself. There’s lots of messing around with the time continuum that could mean all kinds of problems to come. I’m dying to know what happens next. I received a complimentary copy The book can’t be over already! I refuse to believe it. No! No, no, no, no, no, no! I need more Glimmerspell and I need it NOW! This story kept me laughing, and it kept me guessing. I was lucky enough to pick up on the key clue that gave away the murderer’s identity, but I still spent the rest of the book second-guessing myself. There’s lots of messing around with the time continuum that could mean all kinds of problems to come. I’m dying to know what happens next. I received a complimentary copy of this book through Booksprout.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Aimee Bower

    Billy is forced to go to her ex-husbands wedding due so the divorce settlement will go through. Billy finds the dead body of a woman there. Billy has one her time traveling hot flashes and it takes her to unexpected time period. Billy also has unwell ride a long on this trip. Billy will help find out just who committed the crime. Billy also has to figure out how she goes to figure how she can proceed in her relationship and how to fix when she did. There is a lot that goes on in this story. Billi Billy is forced to go to her ex-husbands wedding due so the divorce settlement will go through. Billy finds the dead body of a woman there. Billy has one her time traveling hot flashes and it takes her to unexpected time period. Billy also has unwell ride a long on this trip. Billy will help find out just who committed the crime. Billy also has to figure out how she goes to figure how she can proceed in her relationship and how to fix when she did. There is a lot that goes on in this story. Billie will have some interesting adventures in this story. Billy accidently makes a couple of errors that need to be fixed. Billie really does have her hands full with everything that happens. This was so enjoyable to read with some much fun. I really do enjoy the characters in this book. I recommend reading. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ella

    Mistletoe in Glimmerspell is the third book in the Hot Flash Homicides series. Billie Buttonwood’s life has been turned up side down. She walked in on her husband with another women half their age and come to find out she is pregnant and he proposed to her and she. She had spent the last nineteen years with Harold and he has never made her feel as though she matter, and now that he has stepped out on there marriage Billie has the chance to make a change. She talked to her niece in Glimmerspell a Mistletoe in Glimmerspell is the third book in the Hot Flash Homicides series. Billie Buttonwood’s life has been turned up side down. She walked in on her husband with another women half their age and come to find out she is pregnant and he proposed to her and she. She had spent the last nineteen years with Harold and he has never made her feel as though she matter, and now that he has stepped out on there marriage Billie has the chance to make a change. She talked to her niece in Glimmerspell and has a place to live and a job. Now that she has settled she is making friends and loving her job, just not her hot flashes and the side effects she has after the big ones, time traveling. Being a time traveler has caused her to leave and pop in with out much warning and she is trying to keep from outing her newly acquired skill. It has come in handy to being able to help her get a extra clue or two to help solve the murder or unsolved case. But it didn’t help get her out of being the made of honor inn her exe’s wedding at the town celebration. During the town’s festivities Billie stumbles over a body. In her search for clues she finds her self traveling to another time and accidentally had a tag along on her time journey. Now she had a bigger problem on her hands. This book has a lot going on for Billie. Elliot and Billie are getting closer, solving a murder and now trying to figure out how to deal with the extra traveler she had join her unexpectedly. How will she deal with everything going on ?

  5. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    So much fun!! I've read all of Addison Moore's Murder in the Mix series and the Meow for Murder series, but I hadn't been able to start this one yet. Omg I was totally missing out. First, the author gave me an audible copy of the 1st book in this series, so like a madman(madwoman?) I listened to it super quick, then read book 2 and immediately started this one. Omg I think this is my favorite of the 3... although I haven't yet been able to start Country Cottage Murders yet. So in this book starts So much fun!! I've read all of Addison Moore's Murder in the Mix series and the Meow for Murder series, but I hadn't been able to start this one yet. Omg I was totally missing out. First, the author gave me an audible copy of the 1st book in this series, so like a madman(madwoman?) I listened to it super quick, then read book 2 and immediately started this one. Omg I think this is my favorite of the 3... although I haven't yet been able to start Country Cottage Murders yet. So in this book starts after Billie has discovered Elliot dark secret... and the towns for that matter.... but nearly a year has passed between books. And she and Elliot have still yet to take it further??? And once again she finds herself finding a dead body which she has to solve yet again! Love it. This time her time traveling takes her back to Elliot's old stomping grounds... back in the 17th century. And she accidentally brings back Elliots daughter... and his wife! 😬 Love this series.... mostly because I'm in my 40s and can completely understand. Lol. This book has a couple of "Oh my!" moments that I love... and the ending?? Le sigh... I love Billie and Elliot together, although I do have to wonder if she'll take the vampire plunge. I recieved an ARC for my honest review.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Margaret

    Christmas in Glimmerspell is simply magical. Of course, it should be as it is a nice little paranormal town. It seems that everyone is at the local Christmas party celebrating the reopening of the renovated Historical Society. Billie has somehow managed to end up there but as the maid-of-honor at her ex's wedding! Prior to moving here, Billie was just a normal mom, working in the family store and raising a teenage daughter. Now, she's working at the Haunted Book Barn for her niece and had an acc Christmas in Glimmerspell is simply magical. Of course, it should be as it is a nice little paranormal town. It seems that everyone is at the local Christmas party celebrating the reopening of the renovated Historical Society. Billie has somehow managed to end up there but as the maid-of-honor at her ex's wedding! Prior to moving here, Billie was just a normal mom, working in the family store and raising a teenage daughter. Now, she's working at the Haunted Book Barn for her niece and had an accident there that awakened her hidden ability to travel through time and relive recent events. After the wedding Billie meets up with Elliot. She just wants to have a good time but has to go outside to do an errand and then finds a body in the snow! Who was killed and why? Billie just wants to figure out who the murderer is so that she can have a nice holiday celebrating with her family and Elliot. Things take a twisty turn and it looks like she'll be wishing for a happy holiday in vain... I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Loretta Reviews Reads

    Oh dear, so much is going on in this book that will only be revealed in the 4th a final book of this series…that comes out sometime in Summer…of NEXT YEAR! Yup, my friends we have to wait several months to find out what fresh hell Iona will give to Glimmerspell, Elliot, and Billie. Ugh, what has she done?! Maybe Billie can just go back in time to right before Iona makes such a huge decision and pull her out of an eternal future. And Dextra, what is Elliot going to do having two children the same Oh dear, so much is going on in this book that will only be revealed in the 4th a final book of this series…that comes out sometime in Summer…of NEXT YEAR! Yup, my friends we have to wait several months to find out what fresh hell Iona will give to Glimmerspell, Elliot, and Billie. Ugh, what has she done?! Maybe Billie can just go back in time to right before Iona makes such a huge decision and pull her out of an eternal future. And Dextra, what is Elliot going to do having two children the same age? The daughter is already peeved at her dad and her rebellion will only turn worse if Billie doesn’t return her to where she belonged. What a mess! Billie HAS GOT TO get that heat under control! She can’t be vanishing into thin air and then reappearing in a blink! The 4th and final book in this series is Midnight in Glimmerspell…release date Summer 2022. Since I can’t review the final book, I have chosen a new author’s paranormal book - Magical New Beginnings: Paranormal Women's Fiction (Midlife Witchery Book 1 of 10) Author: Brenda Trim Editor: Chris Cain

  8. 4 out of 5

    Misty

    I always love Billie Buttonwood, she's a fun character and you never know the trouble she is going to get into. We get to see some characters from the Murder in the Mix series, which was fun. It was fun to see Billie travel back in time to meet people that Eliot mentions, however could this change history? What would happen if it does, how does the future potentially change? I love how easily she has fit into Glimmerspell and everyone has made her feel welcome. I find it odd that her ex-husband' I always love Billie Buttonwood, she's a fun character and you never know the trouble she is going to get into. We get to see some characters from the Murder in the Mix series, which was fun. It was fun to see Billie travel back in time to meet people that Eliot mentions, however could this change history? What would happen if it does, how does the future potentially change? I love how easily she has fit into Glimmerspell and everyone has made her feel welcome. I find it odd that her ex-husband's new wife wants her involved in so many things in their life and their baby. I think the most fun is when Billie runs into her other selves in the times she time-jumps to and she yells at herself. I had a good time reading this book and laughed a lot, great read! Received ARC in exchange for voluntary honest review

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kelli Chavez

    Billie Buttonwood is a sassy 40 something year old woman with an ax to grind. After her long time husband gets caught cheating she packs up herself and their 16 year old daughter and moves to a magical little town called Glimmerspell. It is rumored to be inhabited by all kinds of fae and much to Billie's surprise, the romous are TRUE! In this book Billie is at her ex husband's wedding at a haunted manor hosted by the owners descendent Gasper Grimshaw. It seems Gasper has of tension with several Billie Buttonwood is a sassy 40 something year old woman with an ax to grind. After her long time husband gets caught cheating she packs up herself and their 16 year old daughter and moves to a magical little town called Glimmerspell. It is rumored to be inhabited by all kinds of fae and much to Billie's surprise, the romous are TRUE! In this book Billie is at her ex husband's wedding at a haunted manor hosted by the owners descendent Gasper Grimshaw. It seems Gasper has of tension with several different people at the party and unfortunately one of his encounters ends in his death. Since Billie is the one to find his body she feels as though she needs to help find the killer. Luckily between her being able to see and talk to ghosts and occasionally do litte time travel and not to mention her hot detective/vampire boyfriend she should be able to crack the case!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Stacie Bucholtz

    Wow! I don't know how Addison Moore does it, but she's done it again! I think she can't possibly top what she has already written, but she does it over and over. Billie Buttonwood is now living her best life-- the man of her dreams beside her, raising a teenage daughter, and stumbling across a body. Okay, so that's not part of the best life. Murder, mayhem, time travel, and making new friends.... She takes the future to the past and brings the past to the future. She makes a brief pit stop on a Wow! I don't know how Addison Moore does it, but she's done it again! I think she can't possibly top what she has already written, but she does it over and over. Billie Buttonwood is now living her best life-- the man of her dreams beside her, raising a teenage daughter, and stumbling across a body. Okay, so that's not part of the best life. Murder, mayhem, time travel, and making new friends.... She takes the future to the past and brings the past to the future. She makes a brief pit stop on a luxury cruise liner from the past. Will she be able to help Elliot, the lead homicide detective, catch a killer? With a few zany characters to help her out (awesome crossover of THREE different series) and some carefree residents of Glimmerspell, Billie just might be able to uncover a killer before she winds up as another victim!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Susan Hamann

    There's a lot happening in this book. Grimshaw Manor has reopened and there is a wedding and the Historical Society is having a party on the same night. The town, Glimmerspell, is full of all types of mythical creatures and you'll meet a lot of them in this book. Billie Buttonwood tells the story. She time travels at inopportune times and can't necessarily control when and where she's going. She also discovers the body of the murder victim. She knows there are a lot of people who weren't happy w There's a lot happening in this book. Grimshaw Manor has reopened and there is a wedding and the Historical Society is having a party on the same night. The town, Glimmerspell, is full of all types of mythical creatures and you'll meet a lot of them in this book. Billie Buttonwood tells the story. She time travels at inopportune times and can't necessarily control when and where she's going. She also discovers the body of the murder victim. She knows there are a lot of people who weren't happy with the victim, but was the murderer at the party? Billie and her boyfriend work together to find the murderer, while dealing with all sorts of interesting interactions with multiple types of individuals. There are a lot of characters in this book, who were introduced in earlier books in the series. You may want to read the earlier books first, but it isn't necessary to read and enjoy this book. There are some references to sex, but no acts. I think this book can be read by young adults and up. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Wannee

    A laugh out loud Paranormal Women’s Fiction Novel!!! Mistletoe in Glimmerspell is the third book in Hot Flash Homicides Series. It's a first book that I read in this series and I really enjoyed it. This is a fun, engaging, fast-paced paranormal cozy mystery with good, unique, unpredictable story line, it's full of humor, action, paranormal and romance with delightful quirky characters; the plot is filled with twists and turns that keeps me entertained from beginning to end. I can't wait to read th A laugh out loud Paranormal Women’s Fiction Novel!!! Mistletoe in Glimmerspell is the third book in Hot Flash Homicides Series. It's a first book that I read in this series and I really enjoyed it. This is a fun, engaging, fast-paced paranormal cozy mystery with good, unique, unpredictable story line, it's full of humor, action, paranormal and romance with delightful quirky characters; the plot is filled with twists and turns that keeps me entertained from beginning to end. I can't wait to read the next book in the series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mindy

    Addison Moore's gift for writing quirky, fun and interesting stories that keep you engaged and interested from beginning to end is showcased in this fabulous book. The characters are easy to love and relatable. The settings are inticate and detailed and the plot is nicely paced. The whole story is well written and I always enjoy reading her book. This is no exception. Well done to the author on another fabulous story. I'm looking forward to seeing what comes next. Addison Moore's gift for writing quirky, fun and interesting stories that keep you engaged and interested from beginning to end is showcased in this fabulous book. The characters are easy to love and relatable. The settings are inticate and detailed and the plot is nicely paced. The whole story is well written and I always enjoy reading her book. This is no exception. Well done to the author on another fabulous story. I'm looking forward to seeing what comes next.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Eve

    Another great book by Moore! I adore this whole series — anything by Moore really. Always well-written, well-paced, likeable and complex characters, plus a great mystery. Every time I think it can’t get better, Moore proves us wrong. Can’t wait for the next book! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Molly

    unexpected challenges arrive lives and deaths are changed, presenting new challenges what futures could there be for an immortal and a time traveler? intense paranormal drama and romance and action I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Chris Fracisco

    Holy hot Christmas! You have the holiday season in full swing with the punch, gingerbread cookies, and a murder! Also plucking a couple of people out of the 17th century by accident! How much more jolly can the season be! Much fun and laughter under the mistletoe along with a little crime solving. Next case!!!!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Stewart

    Christmas Billie and the crew are having a wonderful Christmas and trying to solve another mystery. Teddy is having the time of her life with her friends and sunny is just being sunny. Another mystery another death and more excitement at the end of the book something no one thought would happen.

  18. 5 out of 5

    tburbr

    This was another great addition to the series and kept me reading from beginning to end thanks to the well written character work and engaging story line which had me chuckling. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Denise

    Loved it! I understand hot flashes so I can totally relate to this story. Thank goodness I don't travel when I have one. It is always interesting to visit Glimmerspell. You never know what will happen. Loved it! I understand hot flashes so I can totally relate to this story. Thank goodness I don't travel when I have one. It is always interesting to visit Glimmerspell. You never know what will happen.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Laska

    Traveling I enjoyed the story line and really enjoy the main characters. This is another successful series. I can’t wait for the next one. Thank you Addison for your wonderful books.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Myra Ball

    Boring repeat Addison Moore seems to repeat the same story with different details over and over, in all of her series. Her characters are even similar between books. I like her concepts for a couple books but not every single one.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    Adventure and mystery during Christmastime in Glimmerspell. To say the hot flashes and midlife ain't boring is a whole different statement when it comes to this series. Another good story in this series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. Adventure and mystery during Christmastime in Glimmerspell. To say the hot flashes and midlife ain't boring is a whole different statement when it comes to this series. Another good story in this series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Spectacular work The time traveling and people involved keeps getting crazier and crazier. I can't believe how many folks Billie can take with her. When I read this series I can imagine how the scenery is, all the way down to the snow falling down!! Spectacular work The time traveling and people involved keeps getting crazier and crazier. I can't believe how many folks Billie can take with her. When I read this series I can imagine how the scenery is, all the way down to the snow falling down!!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Patricia H. Phelps

    Glimmerspell and the 17th Century Billie travels back to the ballroom in the 17th century and when she returns she has Elliott's wife and daughter as well as a footman. All are amazed and enchanted by modern life. This is a particularly charming series. Glimmerspell and the 17th Century Billie travels back to the ballroom in the 17th century and when she returns she has Elliott's wife and daughter as well as a footman. All are amazed and enchanted by modern life. This is a particularly charming series.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Goss

    One would think attending your ex-husband's wedding would not be funny but it was. I'm actually beginning to find redeemable qualities in the new bride. Time travel, which I am normally not a fan of, continues and so does mishap and murder. Billie seems to be a magnet for finding bodies. One would think attending your ex-husband's wedding would not be funny but it was. I'm actually beginning to find redeemable qualities in the new bride. Time travel, which I am normally not a fan of, continues and so does mishap and murder. Billie seems to be a magnet for finding bodies.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kristy Vrbanac-mills

    Addison has done it again. Addison Moore just knows how to set the hook and reel you in to these wonderful characters and places. I fell in love with every single one of her books.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Joanne

    Mistletoe on Glimmerspell A murder at a party, a wife, and daughter who end up time traveling from the past made for a good read. The end leaves you wondering what will happen next.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Paula Genereau

    I love a book that can make you laugh out loud while reading. This book definitely done that. I couldn't put it down. I love a book that can make you laugh out loud while reading. This book definitely done that. I couldn't put it down.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Beatrice Gleaves

    Enjoying this series

  30. 4 out of 5

    Fran Calhoun

    Loved it I love the older characters. Its nice to see someone besides the 20 something's getting all the lice, fun, and excitement. Loved it I love the older characters. Its nice to see someone besides the 20 something's getting all the lice, fun, and excitement.

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