Seriously HexedSeriously Wicked (Volume 3)
Tina Connolly continues the hilarious adventures of teen witch Camellia and her mother, wicked witch Sarmine, in Seriously Hexed, the latest installment to the Andre Norton Award-nominated "Seriously Wicked" series.
Teen witch Cam has resigned herself to being a witch. Sort of. She’s willing to do small things, like magically help her boyfriend Devon get over his ongoing stage fright. But tangling with other witches is not on her wishlist. Joining her mother’s wicked witch coven is right out.
New acquaintance Poppy Jones, on the other hand, is a Type A, A+ Student of True Witchery. She’s got all the answers, and she’s delighted to tangle with a bunch of wicked witches. She doesn’t need any reluctant witch getting in her way, especially one who knows less than a dozen spells, and has zero plans for witch college.
But when a coven meeting goes drastically awry, Cam and Poppy have no choice but to team up. A hex is taking down all thirteen members of the coven, one by one—putting both girls’ mothers in jeopardy. They're going to have to learn to work together, while simultaneously juggling werewolf puppies, celebrity demons, thirteen nasty hexes, and even nastier witches.
"Connolly exhibits a sharp wit and a keen tongue." —New York Journal of Books
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Praise for Seriously Hexed
“Connolly exhibits a sharp wit and a keen tongue that make Seriously Wicked a fun read.”—The New York Journal of Books on Seriously Wicked
“Tongue-in-cheek humor and fast-paced hijinks abound as events build toward a climactic Halloween dance and Cam steps forth as a resourceful heroine ready to embrace her innate abilities, chart her own course, and experience her first kiss."—School Library Journal on Seriously Wicked
"Accomplished plotting teams up with a winsome narrator to give readers a bewitching story.”—Kirkus Reviews onSeriously Shifted