• Witch at the End of the Tunnel

  • By: Lily Harper Hart
  • Narrated by: Angel Clark
  • Length: 6 hrs and 51 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (80 ratings)

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Witch at the End of the Tunnel

By: Lily Harper Hart
Narrated by: Angel Clark
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Publisher's Summary

Vanity is the one thing Hali Waverly has never understood. That’s about to become a weakness.

Life at the Salty Cauldron is going well…right up until a body washes onto the beach. The dead woman, who is 40 years younger than her husband, had a run-in with Hali in her tiki bar the previous day. Authorities assume it was an accidental drowning, but a mark on the dead woman’s neck gives Hali pause.

Grayson Hunter finds himself in a pickle when the identity of the body becomes public. Seems he was the one hired by the victim’s husband to investigate her extra-curricular activities. Surprisingly enough, it turns out she wasn’t having an affair. That doesn’t mean she wasn’t up to something nefarious.

Crossing paths has Hali and Gray partnering up for a second time, and as tense as things are between them, things are worse when they enter the world of Selfie Planet, the victim’s place of business.

Vanity goes by many names, has many faces. The one Gray and Hali find themselves facing off with is dark and menacing. There’s more going on than selfies and rampant narcissism, however. There’s also a mirror monster and several soulless individuals walking around making things worse.

Separately, Hali and Gray are forces to be reckoned with. Together, they can handle almost anything…except maybe this.

Worlds are about to collide, and nothing will ever be the same again.

©2022 Lily Harper Hart (P)2022 Lily Harper Hart

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Narrator needs work

I enjoyed the story for the most part but the ending was a bit vague & anticlimactic. A couple of the main characters were missing. The narrator made it really difficult to like though. She needs to work on her inflections, they were off much of the time & made the story hard to understand & the characters seem stilted. At least one of the voices (Martin's) almost made me leave the story altogether. The other male voices seemed to be variations of a 'surfer dude'.

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Wow

I loved that the story wasn't a simple fix. Looking forward to the next book already

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Good series

I enjoyed the storyline and the characters. The thing I did not enjoy was the narrration. I thought I was listening to Avery Shaw. The narrator did not try to change up the sound. I do like Avery but I will not buy the audible for this series. I will continue reading the series and listening to Avery. I love Amanda’s books.

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Second book in series

I am really loving this series! Hali feels so real to me, (maybe because she reminds me of me 😂) but I am so excited for more of this story!

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What a special heroine

I can really relate to this rather grumpy main character who has chronic pain and does not suffer fools gladly. Good story and narrator.