Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic

Cupcakes Trinkets and Other Deadly Magic If you d asked me a week ago I would have told you that the best cupcakes were dark chocolate with chocolate cream cheese icing that dancing in a crowd of magic wielders the Adept was better than se

  • Title: Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic
  • Author: Meghan Ciana Doidge
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • If you d asked me a week ago, I would have told you that the best cupcakes were dark chocolate with chocolate cream cheese icing, that dancing in a crowd of magic wielders the Adept was better than sex, and that my life was peaceful and uneventful Just the way I liked it.That s what twenty three years in the magical backwater of Vancouver will get you a completely sIf you d asked me a week ago, I would have told you that the best cupcakes were dark chocolate with chocolate cream cheese icing, that dancing in a crowd of magic wielders the Adept was better than sex, and that my life was peaceful and uneventful Just the way I liked it.That s what twenty three years in the magical backwater of Vancouver will get you a completely skewed sense of reality Because when the dead werewolves started showing up, it all unraveled except for the cupcake part That s a universal truth.

    Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic Jun , Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic by Meghan Ciana Doidge is a cute story full of, well cupcakes, trinkets, and deadly magic The book follows half witch Jade as she runs her Vancouver bakery and is swept amidst an investigation conducted by vampires and werewolves. Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic Dowser Series Book Kindle edition by Meghan Ciana Doidge Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic Dowser Series Book . Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic Made by Meghan Witches, werewolves and vampires oh my Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic is a fun filled trip into a world where bad magic can get a good witch down and power isn t always accessed through hard work and determination sometimes it s stolen Headshot Heather, doubleshotreviews Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic Free Audiobook Aug , If you d asked me a week ago, I would have told you that the best cupcakes were dark chocolate with chocolate cream cheese icing, that dancing in a Cupcake trinkets Etsy You searched for cupcake trinkets Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and one of a kind products and gifts related to your search No matter what you re looking for or where you are in the world, our global marketplace of sellers can help you find unique and affordable options Let s get started DOWNLOAD READ Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic Author Meghan Ciana Doidge, Book Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic , Series The Dowser in PDF,EPUB review I have to be honest the books cover caug Book Review Cupcakes, Trinkets, And Other Deadly Magic Aug , In Cupcakes, Trinkets, And Other Deadly Magic, Jade is a cupcake baker who loves her craft and the fruits of her craft.In almost any situation, she can think of a cupcake that would make it better While dark chocolate with chocolate cream cheese icing may be Jade s favorite cupcake, I m a vanilla buttercream on strawberry cake kind of girl, so for a nice little treat to go along with Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic Dowser Series The Paperback of the Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic Dowser Series by Meghan Ciana Doidge at Barnes Noble FREE Shipping on . or Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic audible Cute in a cupcake If you could sum up Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic in three words, what would they be Magic, sweet, hungry What did you like best about this story Such a cute story Delicious characters with a magical flare. Desirable Cupcake Trinkets images Trinket boxes Explore All About Cupcakes s board Cupcake Trinkets on Pinterest See ideas about Trinket boxes, Cupcake boxes and Jars Discover recipes, home ideas, style inspiration and other ideas to try A board by All About Cupcakes Cupcake Trinkets

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    • Meghan Ciana Doidge

      Meghan Ciana Doidge is an award winning writer based out of Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada She has a penchant for bloody love stories, superheroes, and the supernatural She also has a thing for chocolate, potatoes, and cashmere yarn.Novels in order of release After The Virus, Spirit Binder, Time Walker, Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic Dowser 1 , Trinkets, Treasures, and Other Bloody Magic Dowser 2 , Treasures, Demons, and Other Black Magic Dowser 3 , I See Me Oracle 1 , Shadows, Maps, and Other Ancient Magic Dowser 4 , Maps, Artifacts, and Other Arcane Magic Dowser 5 , and I See You Oracle 2 , Artifacts, Dragons, and Other Lethal Magic Dowser 6 , I See Us Oracle 3 , Catching Echoes Reconstructionist 1 , Tangled Echoes Reconstructionist 2 Novellas Shorts Love Lies Bleeding, The Graveyard Kiss Reconstructionist 0.5 , Dawn Bytes Reconstructionist 1.5.



    651 thoughts on “Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic

    • More than 2 but definitely less than 3 stars. I didn't enjoy the read, but I didn't hate it either. I'm mostly neutral toward the story as a whole. Well, I'm mostly neutral toward a lot of things these days, and this book just happened to catch me at a bad time. (Going through another reading slump and haven't been able to find anything un-put-down-able.)If you like baking, sweets, baking sweets, Vancouver, and some romance and magic in your urban fantasy, then you might like this book. You migh [...]


    • Cute book. The surprise twist ends up being pretty darn obvious, and there is some trouble with pacing. Sometimes the story drags and other times too much seems to happen too quickly. I think it could have benefited from some stricter editing (every sentence in the prose that starts with, "yes, I" should have been cut. They're annoying, unnecessary and happen way too often).The narrator, Jade, is a bit too little-miss-perfect for my tastes (gorgeous, gifted, is good at everything, has a line-out [...]


    • Meghan, Meghan, Meghan! I am expecting cupcake stocks to sail through the roof, and a run on cupcake ingredients at local markets just from reading this book. Whee!!!OK, listen to this . . . Bliss in a Cup - peanut butter-iced fudge cake (did I say fudge cake? OMG wait a sec, I have to go get a towel . . . whew, there) Now, where was I? Oh, yes. Sex in a Cup - chocolate butter icing with a wallop of cinnamon and cocoa in the batter. Or, this particular favorite of mine, Buzz in a Cup - mocha fud [...]


    • This was Vaginal Fantasy's pick for February, and although the cover told me to avoid it, I figure I'd try it out. Maybe examine why I was so reluctant to read a book with such a cutesy cover. Well, it turns out this book is kind of offensively bad. It oscillates between "inane facebook post" and "needlessly cryptic DeviantArt entry." Calling it a fluff romance would be generous--it's mostly a dizzy and not at all realized non-character of a protagonist complaining quite a bit in between eyeing [...]


    • I found this book for free on bookbub awhile back and I finally decided to read it. I thought it was a cute tale, similar to The Discovery of Witches but with a few twists! I did manage to figure out who the bad guy was early on, but i still enjoyed this one. I'll definitely be purchasing the second book!



    • 4.5 stars (what can I say, I like to leave a little buffer!)It is hard not to like a main character who speaks frequently of chocolate and cupcakes, and you wouldn't dislike her regardless - Jade is a good girl who you are happy to root for, while she tries to wade through the swamp that is her sweet, simple life turned upside down."Charm in a Cup" inspired lemon cupcakes with strawberry frosting.This book is definitely my favorite Meghan Doidge book so far - even more than After the Virus. I am [...]


    • Vampires, Werewolves, shifters, necromancers and witches oh my. It was a cute cozy type para-mystery read with a few grizzly bits, a good introduction into this world of baked goodies and supernaturals.


    • I give very few 5 star ratings. Mostly because I figure there's always a little room for improvement but also because it's very few that knock my socks off AND knock me over. This book did that! I LOVE LOVE LOVE everything about this story. I love the voice.r tossed in with the most delicious descriptions of people and food ever. I love the storyrl who makes cupcakes and trinkets for a living but who also happens to have magic. Oh how I wish I could be her! She thinks she's half-witch, half-huma [...]


    • Really liked this UF/mystery w/ its unique humour & storytelling mixed w/ some darker flavour. Somewhat reminiscent of MaryJanice Davidson re: quirky humour (also Eve Langlais―but alas, strictly PG-13). And IMO, use of 1POV of Jade, a half-witch, worked brilliantly in this story. But damn, mentions of such luscious cupcakes made me crave sweets while reading. Been a while since world-building & characters in UF captured my interest so quickly; can't wait for next book. (Um,there is a n [...]


    • This was just a big bunch of meh for me. It came across as very amateurish. The story was told in the first person and the main character would break out of what she was telling us to say some lame wanna-be sassy thing like "I put the cupcake on a jadeite plate. Yes, my name is Jade and I collect jadeite." Ugh. Stop.Also at one point she said her relief was "palatable." Um pretty sure the word you're looking for is PALPABLE. But it gave her an excuse to spout out another lame baking joke.Speakin [...]


    • Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic is the first in the Dowser series by Meghan Ciana Doidge. The main character, Jade, owns a bakery in a Vancouver that is essentially a magical backwater. Not a lot of huge names in magic, but lots of dabblers. And as we pass through an interesting setting, this is where the cracks start to show. That is, we spend some time getting to know Jade, our main character. I'd say she's idealistic, but thinking and skimming back through the book, she's not. I'd [...]


    • I hate people who blatantly lie but, most of all, I hate people who know they're being lied to and do nothing to get to the truth. Those two things are my biggest pet peeves with this book. The MC wilfully let her mother and grandmother control her life through half-truths. She never questioned anything they ever said, no matter how ridiculous it sounded, and then she gets pissed when her sister and Kett threw that in her face. She also blatantly ignored her sister's evilness. Were you fooled? ' [...]


    • With names like, Bliss in a Cup, Rapture in a Cup, and Thrill in a Cup, how could you go wrong with the book.The author's description of events and people made you see them in your mind"His magic coated his pale skin with an icy aura." "Magic tasted like dark-fruity chocolate (more berry than citrus)". The main character Jade is comfortable with her life and her business. People love her cupcakes and business is good. Then two individuals come into her life and make her desire to find out her ro [...]


    • I did it! I finally finished this book! It was quite a mess. The most interesting fact: the beginning and the end were really good! But all in between? A strange mix of "I want this in my book and that and ooooooh, THAT sounds cool, too!" I knew so many things so soon and wanted to smack the main character ;)Worst part was when my favorite character died much to soon. And returned as a zombie? Really? I thought it was a stupid term in this constellation. I wanted to like this book and I think wi [...]


    • Decided to read a Vaginal Fantasy pick for the first time in months and months (mainly due to being off work sick for two weeks and needing something light and fluffy to read). This reminded me why I enjoy the book club: easy to read books that are over within a day and give me something to laugh at and take the piss out of. This was not a good book, but I enjoyed myself.


    • Jade owns a cupcake shop and is a half witch. She doesn't really practice magic or deal with other Adepts (supernatural). She notices a vampire at her shops door one day and her life is turned upside down from then on. Jade was fun and I loved learning about her. I enjoyed when she was finally understanding more about how magic worked and about the other Adepts. I hope to see more of the shape shifters and Kett in future books in the series.


    • (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to author Meghan Ciana Doidge.)23-year-old Jade is half-witch/half-human, and runs a small cupcake bakery in Vancouver. Usually she’s busy dealing with customers who can’t get enough of her cupcakes, so when a vampire turns up at her door it is certainly unusual!The vampire has an agenda though, it seems that two supernaturals have been murdered in the area, and both were found dead with one of the sma [...]


    • For some reason when I received this novel and read the title, I started humming the song, “My Favorite Things” from the Sound of Music. If I could make a list of some of my favorite things, I would include: cupcakes (yummy!), trinkets (who doesn’t love shiny things) and magic (not the dark kind!). The title of this novel drew me in immediately and I loved CUPCAKES, TRINKETS, AND OTHER DEADLY MAGIC by Meghan Ciana Doidge. This is the story of Jade, a half-witch, half-human who owns a baker [...]


    • Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic is a rather run-of-the-mill urban fantasy book that has some mediocre writing. With that being said, it's currently free on Kindle, and if you are looking for a light read, it's not the worst thing ever.As noted in the title, this book made me crave cupcakes like crazy. Jade is the owner of a cupcake bakery in Vancouver. She is known as a dowser, an individual who attracts magic and magical creatures; she's also half-witch. In addition to baking, Jade m [...]


    • Really a 4.5-star. I found the book impossible to put down. Something about the interactions of the characters really hooked me. If you like contemporary-era paranormal mysteries, you may love this, especially if you like your books on the lighter side. I got this e-book for free from Bookrooster with the promise to review it. Usually, I'm skeptical about free e-books. Often, they lack the much needed assistance of a good editor. This one surprised me, though. The writing was good and the story [...]


    • “Cupcakes, Trinkets, and Other Deadly Magic” by Meghan Ciana Doidge is a cute story full of, well – cupcakes, trinkets, and deadly magic! The book follows half-witch Jade as she runs her Vancouver bakery and is swept amidst an investigation conducted by vampires and werewolves.Jade’s special power is dowsing, or the ability to sense and attract magic. She can taste the different kinds of magic as if they were cupcakes, and crafts together magical objects she finds, making trinkets to dec [...]


    • The Story itself was fun. It was like a crime and you really wanted to know who is the bad guy. That was not clear the whole time. There were riddles and hints, really exciting. The writing style was light and humerous. However, I did not like Jade, the female protagonist. She was so ignorant and selfish. It got better at the end, but I had a big problem with her. Then, sometimes proceedings were not so logical.All in all I am torn. Thus, the book gets 2.5 stars.And I do not know yet wheater I w [...]


    • Cute, light read. Builds slowly, but once it picks up speed I was hooked. Definitely want to learn more about this world. Starting second book as soon as my nap is over. Enjoyed the descriptions of people; unusual and perfect for their character. Seriously considering buying the next 5 books rather than waiting on library holds.


    • I was really disappointed by this one. I was expecting a fun, exciting read, and it definitely wasn't either of those things. The main character kept saying that she wasn't smart enough and I started to believe her. The main baddie was painfully obvious early on and yet Jade was oblivious right up until the baddie basically slapped her in the face. I don't plan on continuing with this series.


    • 1 1/2 A very little good part, mostly bad for meHmm, well, the next could be better since some of the characters started to show personality but I'm not holding my breath, or going to the next book. My updates below give my feelings but in a nut shell. The characters had none, that is character, until the end. The evil person was obvious, (view spoiler)[ only the finding her and not realizing who was the evil one and then putting in any position of power. Leaving her free and then she captures, [...]


    • I picked this book up years ago from as it was free but never got round to reading it, but I am so glad I did. It was really good and funny too. Jade is a witch, but not a particularly strong one and she doesn't really like using magic much either. She makes cute little trinkets out of pieces of old jewellery and other odds and ends with their residual magic and that's about it. She runs a cupcake store (I SO want to live near this store as it sounds heavenly!) and leads a fairly mundane life, [...]


    • 3.5 starsOverall I found this to be a quick and enjoyable read. Of course it helped that I was in the mood for this type of urban fantasy. I don't think the cover really does the story justice in that the cupcake caused me to anticipate something fluffy and silly and it wasn't really like that. The story itself was fairly typical of urban fantasy. There's a half witch with questionable parentage who has been led to believe that the father she's never met was an average human man and that her mag [...]


    • An entertainingly start to an urban fantasy/paranormal mystery series that has a lot of potential once the author settles the storyline, smoothes out the dialogue, and gets a handle on her tendency to repeat herself.


    • Actual rating - 3.5I liked the main character in this, but I think I'd like her cakes more! This was a pretty good read, which managed to keep my interest. The first few pages made it very difficult to resist baking/eating cupcakes though, so beware of this book if you're on a diet!Overall, A decent read.


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