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What’s a tree sprite to do when she’s stumped? Get to the root of the problem, of course. Only, I wood get stuck in a tree with the warlock I love camped out next to it, mea culpa-ing for being a turdwaffle for the last decade. 

What should I do about it?

Umm...stay in the tree and enjoy the show. 

Location: Assjacket, West Virginia (Who in their right mind named this town?)

Mission: get out of the tree and dropkick the warlock who forgot to mention he was in love with me until I was stuck in a tree.

Obstacles: just about everything - crazy, foulmouthed witches, accident-prone shifters and a musical production of Jaws. 

The problem: a vicious slug shifter who will do anything to ruin my future.

The solution: With a little luck, a whole bunch of salt, a pinch of magic, and the help of my certifiable new buddies, I might just survive long enough to put down some new roots.

And if the journey in the woods gets too crazy? Not a problem. I’ll just branch out and take the psychopath.

©2020 Robyn Peterman (P)2020 Robyn Peterman

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  • Jenn
  • 10-12-2020

Have you found your Treesticles? This is where you find them!

So I previously read the print copy of this book. But I do enjoy audible books because I feel that sometimes you absorb more listening to it as well as reading it in print. That being said this book is HILARIOUS!! Robyn did it again. You’ll be rolling on the floor laughing. Of course you get your dose of romance as well as a mighty battle against a nefarious enemy. I highly recommend this entire series but especially this book. If you need a bit of laughter in your life you need this book!

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  • Trudy
  • 26-02-2021

Let the laughs begin!

Zelda has a twin brother Zach and wouldn't you know that he must face a very similar path to redemption, like, love and family as her and he has a Tree Sprite named Willow that he needs to make amends to.

Willow wakes from her healing slumber to find her life & world has been flipped upside down to the point she doesn't even know where she is. On the bright side, she now has a tree family to call her own and with their help she will save the residents of Assjacket, West Virginia and Jaws The Musical!

Let the laughs begin!

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  • SCambra
  • 18-02-2021

Loved!

Laugh out loud silliness while Willow finds her path to Zach. Exactly what I expect from Robyn Peterman! All my favorites are back and kicking some slug a$$!

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  • Liz Waddell
  • 27-01-2021

Delightful

These books are always fun except for the overuse of “assless chaps.” All chaps are assless, otherwise they’d be pants.

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  • Veris
  • 21-01-2021

Best Book So Far

I loved this book and it was hilarious through and through. I couldn't stop listening. Robyn Peterman had me guessing through the whole story and at times feeling silly. It's one of my favorite series. I love the characters. Stephanie Riggio is funny with her readings, admittedly when I first started this series I wasn't for sure how I felt about her as a narrator but now I rank her up there with my favorites.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-01-2021

AmazeBalls!!!

I love this series I still can’t stop laughing. The narrator did an amazing job and I love the new characters. I’m loving the hilarious and horrific community theater and the characters development along with a magical world of weird. Highly recommended
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  • Kim
  • 23-12-2020

Treemendous listen

Your Broom or Mine was a tree-delight. Willow is full of puntree language, there is plenty of zingers all around. There is drama and mystery over the local play. At the same time Willow and Zack must out if they have a future. This was a funny delight to listen to. There were enough puns to make it laugh out loud but not over the top to be obnoxious. Trying to figure out what was going to happen next and the performance of the plays made it that much more enjoyable.

Stephanie Riggio was perfect as the voices of all the characters from Willow & Zack, to the slugs and trees. You could tell who was speaking and see the characters easily. All of the tree-lingo must have kept her in stitches as it did me.

This is part of the Magic and Mayhem series. We do get characters from the previous books. It is Willow and Zack’s stand-alone story and can be enjoyed without catching up on the first ones.

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  • Steph
  • 18-12-2020

Tree-lish or English or Canadian

Fun and quirky, with characters that speak tree...all in the small crazy town of Assjacket. Our leading lady, Willow, is finally recovered from the almost death experience, after being protected inside her tree daddy. Wanting to move on from the past, she finds herself in the one place Zack (warlock and twin of Zelda) is...yep you guessed it Assjacket. Her bff, Zorror, the fainting goat is also there <squeal>. Zelda insists that Willow stays with her for a bit before Willow heads out to find her balls.

Willow has accepted she will never be with Zack, but Zack wants to be with her, it's like a confusing love triangle without the triangle. But Willow does know that Zack cannot truly lover her until he can love himself. Zack has to overcome his self worth issues and believe in himself.

Never fear, Zelda, Mac, Sassy, Fabio and the gang are all part of craziness as always! I voluntarily review the audiobook that was provided by the author.

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  • D. Messing
  • 14-12-2020

Absolutely love it!

This is a phenomenal read! Its laugh out loud hilarious while tackling serious subjects. I love it!!

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  • Mary mitchell
  • 14-12-2020

Treelarious ( that’s hilarious in puntreelish)

This is the first in the series that I listened to. The others I read. OMG I am now going to have to buy all the audio books. The narrator and the voices give an incredible series so much more. In this book Willow is healing from a battle and worried about the love of her life Zack and best friend Zorro. Just when she gave up on Zack ever feeling the same way there is hope. Can Zack love himself and can Zorro pull off the play in pink chaps?

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