Review of Hidden in Roll by Stephanie B Whitfield
When my friend Rachael Earl posted on Instagram that she had designed the cover for her friend’s book Hidden in Roll: Book One, immediately I knew that I had to check it out. I don’t always read everything recommended to me, but, when I read the description it immediately piqued my interest.
Josephine Baker’s life takes an unimaginable turn after finding out that family secret; that she has magical powers. This new found knowledge leads to a series of exciting and daring events that will alter her life as she knows it. School, boys, and drama quickly become entangled in the world of magic. As she starts to get a handle on her new life, a witch hunter shows up in her small town of Roll. Now that he has found Josephine, he is determined to be the one who eliminates her from the face of the earth… just like he already did to her mother!
Umm, heck yeah!
YA/Supernatural books are my favorite books to read as a guilty pleasure (also, they’re also some of my favorite movies to watch, too). I bought the book and read it pretty quickly, because to be honest I could hardly put it down. The story really sucked me in, and I became very invested in the characters. There is romance and drama, mystery and intrigue, family secrets and my favorite part – a little bit of supernatural fun.
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