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Christmas is here but the Winchester witches aren’t exactly teeming with good cheer. Well, they are, but it’s not the sort of Christmas cheer Aunt Tillie wants waiting for her under this year’s tree. When Aunt Tillie finds out her great-nieces want to separate for Christmas Day – forgoing the family’s annual tradition – she decides to teach them a little lesson. Of course, Christmas is here but the Winchester witches aren’t exactly teeming with good cheer. Well, they are, but it’s not the sort of Christmas cheer Aunt Tillie wants waiting for her under this year’s tree. When Aunt Tillie finds out her great-nieces want to separate for Christmas Day – forgoing the family’s annual tradition – she decides to teach them a little lesson. Of course, since she’s Aunt Tillie, her dose of retribution comes in the form of her favorite holiday Christmas stories. For Bay and Landon, that means they’re shoved into A Witchmas Carol, one of Aunt Tillie’s favorite tales. That should mean hugs and happiness, right? Yeah, try toil and trouble instead. Bay and Landon have to work their way through memories of the past, guilt over the present and absolute terror when facing their future if they expect to come out the other side. To escape, they have to figure out exactly what Aunt Tillie wants … and she’s got a few tricks up her sleeve. So, it’s that time of the year. Things are about to get merry … and maybe a little messy … for the Winchesters. There’s no better time to hitch a ride on the mayhem sleigh. A Witchmas Carol is a fantasy set in the Wicked Witches of the Midwest World. It falls between A Witch Before Dying and All My Witches in the timeline.


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Christmas is here but the Winchester witches aren’t exactly teeming with good cheer. Well, they are, but it’s not the sort of Christmas cheer Aunt Tillie wants waiting for her under this year’s tree. When Aunt Tillie finds out her great-nieces want to separate for Christmas Day – forgoing the family’s annual tradition – she decides to teach them a little lesson. Of course, Christmas is here but the Winchester witches aren’t exactly teeming with good cheer. Well, they are, but it’s not the sort of Christmas cheer Aunt Tillie wants waiting for her under this year’s tree. When Aunt Tillie finds out her great-nieces want to separate for Christmas Day – forgoing the family’s annual tradition – she decides to teach them a little lesson. Of course, since she’s Aunt Tillie, her dose of retribution comes in the form of her favorite holiday Christmas stories. For Bay and Landon, that means they’re shoved into A Witchmas Carol, one of Aunt Tillie’s favorite tales. That should mean hugs and happiness, right? Yeah, try toil and trouble instead. Bay and Landon have to work their way through memories of the past, guilt over the present and absolute terror when facing their future if they expect to come out the other side. To escape, they have to figure out exactly what Aunt Tillie wants … and she’s got a few tricks up her sleeve. So, it’s that time of the year. Things are about to get merry … and maybe a little messy … for the Winchesters. There’s no better time to hitch a ride on the mayhem sleigh. A Witchmas Carol is a fantasy set in the Wicked Witches of the Midwest World. It falls between A Witch Before Dying and All My Witches in the timeline.

30 review for A Witchmas Carol

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nina Silva

    Aunt Tillie is pissed off. How dare her great nieces think they can spend Christmas Day away from the family?! Christmas Day is for spending with Family, whether you like them or not. This witch will cast a spell and teach her great nieces what Christmas is all about, at least in her book. Favourite Aunt Tillie quote: “Christmas isn’t about getting things. It’s about giving things too. That’s the most important thing to remember. You need to give what you can and be gracious about what’s given to Aunt Tillie is pissed off. How dare her great nieces think they can spend Christmas Day away from the family?! Christmas Day is for spending with Family, whether you like them or not. This witch will cast a spell and teach her great nieces what Christmas is all about, at least in her book. Favourite Aunt Tillie quote: “Christmas isn’t about getting things. It’s about giving things too. That’s the most important thing to remember. You need to give what you can and be gracious about what’s given to you. Then, when you’re done with that, you can smite your enemies with a clear conscience. Everyone clear? Okay, fasten your combat helmets and get ready. We’re not done tonight until Margaret Little is in tears. Only then can we have our cookies” Aunt Tillie while on babysitting duty on Christmas Eve. Some things I liked: -It’s Christmas time and this is a spin on A Christmas Carol. -Aunt Tillie’s character: while she’s her usual crotchety, demanding, spoiled self, her softer side is also revealed. She misses her sister and husband at Christmas. We also see that her generosity really knows no bounds when it comes to family. That doesn’t mean she won’t curse them into story books if she thinks they deserve it. -Landon’s character and past are further explored. One minor complaint I have in general about Amanda’s books is that the back story of the male MCs need more fleshing out. In this one we get a more substantial look at Landon’s past. Something I Didn’t like: -The ‘fantasy’ stories are usually a bit shorter but I wouldn’t have minded digging more into Thistle’s and Clove’s Christmas Eve adventures. This was a hit for me. There was Christmas cheer mixed in with Winchester snark and mayhem. A wonderful addition to the Wicked Witches of the Midwest collection.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Carin

    Normally I love Aunt Tillie, but here, she was nothing more than a petulant old hag, throwing a tantrum because she doesn't get her own way. Oh yes, nothing would make me want to spend time with my family more than a bitter old woman exacting revenge on me. That's the Christmas spirit! I can't decide which story was worse, this one, or the Twila short.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Meg

    Another fun, enjoyable visit with Aunt Tillie and the rest of the Winchester cast!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Wendy

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I loved the book because its a Wicked Witches of the Midwest story (Fantasy, not the main series!), but there were a couple of things that bothered me. It isn't unusual for new couples to want to spend 1 day of Christmas among themselves. It is healthy and not something that should be reprimanded. I don't mind that Aunt Tillie chews them out for it, as Christmas is so important to her, but I would have preferred if they would have struck a balance: We know it is important for us to forge our own I loved the book because its a Wicked Witches of the Midwest story (Fantasy, not the main series!), but there were a couple of things that bothered me. It isn't unusual for new couples to want to spend 1 day of Christmas among themselves. It is healthy and not something that should be reprimanded. I don't mind that Aunt Tillie chews them out for it, as Christmas is so important to her, but I would have preferred if they would have struck a balance: We know it is important for us to forge our own traditions, but we also should have taken into account the family's feelings on this. Completely falling over backwards, saying that it was selfish? I disagree. Also, none of the couples would have missed the charity event. That part was simply ridiculous! Finally, I really thought this would be the book that made them realize they met in Camp once. At least Aunt Tillie HAS to be aware of that. It may read like a lot of misgivings, but in the end it was a cute book and another good edition to the WWotMW series

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lyndsey

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I didn’t even bother finishing this one. Don’t get me wrong, I love Amanda Lee and her books but I hate Aunt Tillie! I’m so tired of her antics. And I’m sure there was some heartwarming lesson at the end of this story but I couldn’t get past a group of grown women throwing a temper tantrum because their children were growing up and living their own lives. Naturally, Aunt Tillie’s style is to kidnap people and force them to see things her way no matter what anyone wants.

  6. 4 out of 5

    John S Roth

    Absolutely Marvelous! Another excellent book in an already excellent series! Author Amanda Lee has outdone herself in this story by having Aunt Tillie force Bay and Landon through her particular version of "A Christmas Carol" with all the shark and humor one expects when partying with the Winchester witches! Highly recommended!

  7. 4 out of 5

    david l hutchison

    My Christmas spirit has been shot. Aunt Tilley could destroy Christmas. I had read some delightful tales but they were wiped out. I read the whole story to be sure could be justified in my opinion. I should have quit a head of time. Aunt Tilley is dangerous.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Mary Heron

    Tillie teaches a lesson When the girls Bay, Thistle and Clove announce their plan to spend Christmas alone with their partners Aunt Tillie decides they need a lesson in the true meaning of Christmas. So she pulls another one of her spells and send the three couples into her version of Christmas stories. Bay and Landon end up in Tillie's version of a Christmas Carol, they immediately realise how much their decision to spend Christmas alone has hurt Tillie and apologise but it's not that easy Tilli Tillie teaches a lesson When the girls Bay, Thistle and Clove announce their plan to spend Christmas alone with their partners Aunt Tillie decides they need a lesson in the true meaning of Christmas. So she pulls another one of her spells and send the three couples into her version of Christmas stories. Bay and Landon end up in Tillie's version of a Christmas Carol, they immediately realise how much their decision to spend Christmas alone has hurt Tillie and apologise but it's not that easy Tillie will not release them from the spell till she feels they have truly learned their lesson. Another issue is the fact that Thistle, Marcus, Clove and Sam are not with them but are facing their own challenge leaves Bay feeling very uneasy over what Tillie has planned. A great fanciful Christmas story and I really loved when we come to the future part of the story and Tillie let's her imagination run wild.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sheri Matthews

    I love this series. It is one of my all time favs (along with Avery Shaw and Aisley Grimlock) and I love Aunt Tillie, but I feel this one just missed the mark. Tillie always finds a way to make it all about herself, but this one put her in a very bad light. She was not just trying to teach them a lesson, she was petty and mean almost to the point of being cruel. Another reviewer had the same reaction as I did about the camp scene. We know from an earlier book that Landon and Bay met at summer cam I love this series. It is one of my all time favs (along with Avery Shaw and Aisley Grimlock) and I love Aunt Tillie, but I feel this one just missed the mark. Tillie always finds a way to make it all about herself, but this one put her in a very bad light. She was not just trying to teach them a lesson, she was petty and mean almost to the point of being cruel. Another reviewer had the same reaction as I did about the camp scene. We know from an earlier book that Landon and Bay met at summer camp so why haven't they made the connection yet? Also, none of them would ever miss a charity event and with Bay running the paper, she would know about it. I love this series, this review may not sound like it, but I really do. It was cute and entertaining and a good way to learn about Landon's past.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Vivian

    Although young adults, the girls seem to have forgotten what a family Christmas means...so Aunt Tillie reminds them in her own "special way". At one point in the story, Bay and Landon are looking through Aunt Tillie's book of Christmas tales...and the titles of the stories were absolutely hilarious! Also funny were the little Christmas "witticisms" at the beginning of each chapter told from the point of view of different characters. A fun addition to the series and a good read that I totally enj Although young adults, the girls seem to have forgotten what a family Christmas means...so Aunt Tillie reminds them in her own "special way". At one point in the story, Bay and Landon are looking through Aunt Tillie's book of Christmas tales...and the titles of the stories were absolutely hilarious! Also funny were the little Christmas "witticisms" at the beginning of each chapter told from the point of view of different characters. A fun addition to the series and a good read that I totally enjoyed.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Tara Schantz

    I just can't give this author's books anything less than 5 stars. Aunt Tilly is hilarious and so determined to teach a lesson to those she loves to get what she wants and comes up with the most creative ways to do it. I think I would have to come up with some lessons of my own for the old combat boot, helmet wearing Great Aunt if she were mine. Maybe I would learn a spell to move her special garden on her so she couldn't find it...lol. Knowing her she would figure me out and punish me to smell l I just can't give this author's books anything less than 5 stars. Aunt Tilly is hilarious and so determined to teach a lesson to those she loves to get what she wants and comes up with the most creative ways to do it. I think I would have to come up with some lessons of my own for the old combat boot, helmet wearing Great Aunt if she were mine. Maybe I would learn a spell to move her special garden on her so she couldn't find it...lol. Knowing her she would figure me out and punish me to smell like bacon...I am anxious to see what Ms Lee's creative mind comes up with next.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Mike Lewis

    Awesome story As always an awesome story. If you love the series wicked witches of the Midwest then this is a must read. As with all the stories in this series they are extremely entertaining snarky and fun. You won’t want to miss out on this one. Once again it till he gets her point across in a very entertaining Way. As usual the cousins be clove and this’ll get in trouble again and great aunt Tillie is out to punish them in their dreams. Check it out

  13. 4 out of 5

    Teresa

    Merry Witchmas to one and all!!! I love the snark of this writer. But she has made my husband look at me like I am losing my mind. Giggling to myself is just not normal. But who wants normal when you are spending time in the Winchester World. Past, present and future laughs abound when Aunt Tillie decides the girls and their men need another lesson. It's a Tillie holiday for one and all.

  14. 4 out of 5

    MARIAN KANE

    Reminder-go home for Christmas Although there were many parts I enjoyed, at times this got tedious and out there. The stretch of the punishments just seemed too long and I got just as tired as Bay and Landon. The message was great. The snarky and sarcasm were saving graces. I just thought Aunt Tillie was beating a dead horse after awhile and I wanted to get on with Christmas present.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Siobhan (tigress5cubs)

    Cute, quick, easy read. But a little weird. This is another one of those dream things that Aunt Tillie curses the couples into. I loved that maybe finally Terry will get his happy ending. It opened the door for that to happen. I enjoyed seeing Uncle Calvin and Grandma, but the final dream sequence (the future) was just too weird. And there was a mistake. At one point, Thistle had 6 kids, and a little later, she was down to 5. Poor editing on that!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Elisa Hordon

    A Witchmas Carol was amazing I love how Amanda can turn classic stories around into Witch fantasy tales that fit within her Witches of the Midwest series in a humorous and highly entertaining way. A Witchmas Carol is a fun story that will certainly get you right into the Christmas Spirit. Aunt Tillie is at her absolute best in this story teaching the cousins another lesson, this one all about family and Christmas magic.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kerry

    A great Christmas fantasy! Honestly, this was everything I wanted in a Christmas installment--there was a lot of holiday elements and there was still character development. I loved traveling back in time and visiting both Bay and Landon when they were younger. The scenes in the future were hilarious! I love Chief Terry, and I'm interested to see what will come next there. Can't wait for more!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Siobhan Henn

    I loved the future. Aunt Tillie is awesome and it was great to see the entertaining mind of Amanda M Lee in creating the future, Star Trek, the pope and a king. Who'd have thunk it?!? Seeing Calvin and grandma and that being part of Aunt Tillie's present just made me smile. Anytime Terry appears just brings the heart in droves!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sabrina Keely

    Family!!! My husband doesn't understand my codependency with my family during the Holidays, it was so refreshing to read! Thistles' future had me in stitches, Landon and Bay are so adorable, and Tillie is a riot. Family is always important but more so on the holidays. Thank you Amanda M Lee for another amazing book!!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Catherine Schultz

    Merry Christmas Cute Christmas story. Aunt Tilly is such a hoot. Landon and Bay are cute together. I just wish it has Thistle's and Clove's story. A must read for the holiday season. I love the story and Amanda Lee's imagination she kept me chuckling and smiling threw the whole book. Can't Waite for more of the Winchester witches

  21. 5 out of 5

    Pat

    Not your usual Christmas read Aunt Tillie is at it again. When Bay, Thistle and Clove want to spend quiet Christmases with their boyfriends, Aunt Tillie decides she needs to teach them lessons about family. This is told by Bay and was equal parts touching, snark and light hearted revenge.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Judith A Johnson

    Aunt Tillie is a hoot at getting her way It wouldn't be Christmas without a good story of these witches. Amanda has given us good cheer indeed. I laughed and smiled my way throughout. This is exactly what you need to put you in the holiday, dare I say, spirit? Enjoy following being scrooged by Tillie. The three witches don't have a chance.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Susan M D'Agostino

    Dashing through a dream with Aunt Tillie Christmas is the best time of year. When Bay, Thistle, and Clove decide they want to spend a quiet Christmas with their significant others, Aunt Tillie decides that they need to be taught the real meaning of Christmas. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Thank you, Amanda Lee.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Desiree

    I love this family!! I normally don’t like reading Xmas stories but Aunt Tillie cracks me up I just had to try. It’s not your normal Xmas story so many laughs and cringes. In the end holidays are to be spent with family or people you care about the most. I recommend this entire series.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ann

    Aunt Tillie tests Christmas When Bay, Clove and Thistle decide they would like to spend Christmas day away from the Inn, Aunt Tillie assigns each of them an appropriate Christmas story/movie. To get out of the story/movie they must each learn a lesson. This story is not new. In the past, they had to work their way through fairy tales to learn a lesson.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Duhamel

    I am always disappointed I am always disappointed when the story ends! Ms Lee has a way of making the characters, come alive and Hemlock Cove is a place we visit every time we open a new book! Thank you Ms Lee !!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Corinna Zito

    Another great story This book had me laughing and thinking about my own Christmas. It reminds you what Christmas is all about in a fun and wonderful way. I can’t get enough of Aunt Tilly, Bay, Clove and Thistle.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Carroll

    Aunt Tillie kills me I love Aunt Tillie, but she has some wacky ideas. This book shows Tillie at her finest and the rest of the family definitely are not at their finest. The ending however took the cake. I laughed so hard at Tillie's predicament. Way to go Ms. Lee.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Diana Blick

    Vintage Tillie This is a fun Christmas Carol romp through Aunt Tillie's version of Christmas past, present and future. If you're fans of the Winchesters, you won't want to miss this one.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jana Gundy

    A fun twist to an old tale I love the wicked witches series and I really enjoy the fantasies alongside them. They are fun and you get to enjoy some fantastical imaginings that wouldn’t normally occur. I loved the Christmas theme to this one.

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