Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie Were In Trouble! (ToadWitch #2)



Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie Were In Trouble! (ToadWitch #2) Mara S In Hell Neither One Of The Guys In Her Life Is Talking To Her Paul, Her Ex Boyfriend, Is Afraid She S Going To Give Birth To A Baby Demon Complete With Horns And Hooves He Wants Proof That He S Actually The Father And Her Best Friend, Gus, Is So Obsessed With His New Boyfriend And His Plans For The Late, Great, Lord Grundleshanks The Poisonous Toad, He Has No Time For Anyone Else After Gus Flips The Seasons And Manages To Bring Summer Into Winter, Everything Starts Going Weirdly Wrong Summer Refuses To Leave Household Electronics Start Going Haywire When J.J., A Local Boy, Vanishes From Mara S Car, Mara Begins To Suspect He S Been Turned Into A Rat But It S Such A Crazy Idea, Who Could She Possibly Talk To Abut It Then, Her Dead Aunt Tillie Shows Up To Warn Her That Gus Is In Trouble Big Trouble And It S Up To Mara To Save Him Before Mara Can Stop Him, Gus Opens Up A Portal To Hell And The Devil Comes Calling Now, She S Got Her Hands Full, Trying To Find Out What Happened To J.J., Assure Paul She S Not Going To Give Birth To A Mythological Creature, And Broker A Truce Between Gus And The Devil Before Gus Becomes Hell S Newest Resident.

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  • 287 pages
  • Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie Were In Trouble! (ToadWitch #2)
  • Christiana Miller
  • English
  • 03 November 2017

10 thoughts on “Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie Were In Trouble! (ToadWitch #2)

  1. Richard Derus says:

    Rating 3.25 of fiveThe Publisher Says Mara s in hell Neither one of the guys in her life is talking to her Paul, her ex boyfriend, is afraid she s going to give birth to a baby demon complete with horns and hooves He wants proof that he s actually the father And her best friend, Gus, is so obsessed with his new boyfriend and his plans for the late, great, Lord Grundleshanks the Poisonous Toad, he has no time for anyone else After Gus flips the seasons and manages to bring summer into winter, everything starts going weirdly wrong Summer refuses to leave Household electronics start going haywire When J.J., a local boy, vanishes from Mara s car, Mara begins to suspect he s been turned into a rat But it s such a crazy idea, who could she possibly talk to abut it Then, her dead Aunt Tillie shows up to warn her that Gus is in trouble big trouble and it s up to Mara to save him Before Mara can stop him, Gus opens up a portal to Hell and the Devil comes calling Now, she s got her hands full, trying to find out what happened to J.J., assure Paul she s not going to give birth to a mythological creature, and broker a truce between Gus and the Devil before Gus becomes Hell s newest resident.My Review I think there s something magical about these books I mean that in the literal, not the figurative, sense I was casting about for a Sunday review to tart up and post on my blog, and a random person Like d my review o...

  2. Cristina Kiefer says:

    Fun kinda read Held my interest, but predictable Not dying to run out and get the first one in the series, or the next one Good thing it s short

  3. Ann Geffert says:

    Well, Now I Know. The Toad Witch Mysteries is truly a series, not just a few related books, than likely not a trilogy either Ms Miller could keep the series going for as long as she wants She s laid the groundwork, now all she has to do is come up with the future plotlines For instance, now Mara and Gus have to go to New Orleans, to help their friend, and Mara s baby has to be born eventually, what s going to happen with her partial baby Daddy, and just how much power will her baby have Will it because we don t know if it s a girl or a boy , have good strong magic, or will it be tainted by Lucien s part of it s make up Lots of questions stil...

  4. Sharon says:

    i loved the first book so much, I had to get and read book two Now we must wait for book three, I hope the wait isnt very long.I cant believe some of that stuff that Gus got into He definitely made me want ...

  5. Kay (Brigidsmomma) Compton says:

    This was better than the first one as the language and the sex scenes were tones down quite a bit Still a bit strange is a lot of ways If you are into supernatural and witchcraft, this one is for you.

  6. Rebecca McChesney says:

    can t wait for the next oneThis was even better than the first book, I can t wait until the next one becomes available Toad Witch Rules

  7. Juanita Arquette says:

    It was okI really wanted a bit but hey I did enjoy it Maybe a third book about baby would be really great.

  8. Fangs for the Fantasy says:

    After being possessed by ancestors who were up to no good, Mara s now pregnant with a witch, possibly demon child Mara may want the baby but that doesn t mean Paul, her boyfriend who is struggling from post possession disorder is on side If that were not enough, Gus, the man that she can always count is obsessed with the remains of Lord Grundleshanks a deceased magical toad Aunt Tillie knows that things are about to go desperately wrong but can Mara figure it out in time to saver her best friend Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie We re In Trouble is the perfect book to pick up to relax on a beautiful lazy S afternoon It s light and it s fun and an extremely easy read Don t go into expecting anything earth shattering and you should have a good time with it Miller did world building in this second outing for Mara and Gus and we learn that Devil s Point is actually quite aptly named Sure, living on top of a hellmouth means that Mara and Gus can work magnificent spells now but maybe just maybe there s a reason there are limits to a witches powers Even though Mara and Gus have only recently gotten over their latest bit of trouble with the supernatural, Gus s stubbornness means that they are full steam ahead because after all, rules are meant to broken right What makes this book interesting is the constant bickering between Gus and Mara They are like wild siblings who love each other but cannot seem to st...

  9. Amy McK says:

    3.75 for this fun and quirky book Mara and Gus are at it again Gus has it in his head that he needs to honor Grundleshanks for the sacrifice that psychedelic toad had made in book 1, and it lands them into a series of trouble that strangley only Mara seems to see coming Gus loses faith in her, Paul is an ass, the morning sickness is out of control, and someone needs to change the litter box What s worse, Gus s new beau is driving a rift between friends.Here s what I didn t like Holy scene breaks, batman A lot of it felt like the author would write a couple hundred words, scene break, and then flow right into the same thing Like I m not sure exactly why the need for so many breaks were in this book I don t even remember it being like this in the first one, but what was the point The very next scene was just a continuation of the first scene There wasn t a POV change, so that wasn t the reason She went down the stairs Is that why I was thoroughly perplexed by the scene breaks, and it made the flow of a lot of the chapters choppy, and encouraged me to do something else instead of continually reading Luckily, I m as stubborn as Gus is There s also some minor punctuation issues around dialog and action tags Paul s a real jerk in this book, ...

  10. Jed Sorokin-Altmann says:

    I got the first book in the series because it was free on and came as one of the recommended books of the day sort of thing from ereaderiq.com Started reading it, and I couldn t tell if I liked it or not, couldn t tell if it was good or not, and couldn t tell if this book would be offensive to my wiccan friends I finished the first book in the series, and I still couldn t tell if I liked it, if it was good, or if it would be offensive to my wiccan friends But it was sufficiently engrossing that I looked for the sequel This, the sequel...

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