“With a fine command of language, Boler takes readers on a magical roller coaster ride through the supernatural.” — Julia Ann Charpentier of ForeWord Reviews.
“The elements of past and present, history and mythology, culture and beliefs, all layered nicely to the book’s conclusion. This one was a page-turner! Thanks, Olivia, for the great read!” — Kate Policani Reviews
“With her Buffy-esque snark, Wiccan spells and magical mysteries to solve, Memphis is a contemporary Tabitha from Bewitched. The Flower Bowl Spell will bewitch and entice fantasy and paranormal fans. Highly recommended.” — Reader Girls
“I would definitely recommend this book to someone who enjoys a paranormal mystery romance.” — Forget the Housework
“The Flower Bowl Spell is a fast-paced ride through the world of magick and witches…The book is well written with a fun main character in Memphis. She is realistic and witty — which definitely makes it easy for the reader to connect with her. I loved the mystery that was happening throughout the book — it was constantly changing and making me question what was truly happening and who could be behind it all and why. I really liked the magical beings and happenings that were orchestrated in the narrative. The faeries were seen in a fun light but they also played a role that differs from many other novels out there. I thought that the magick in the book was written in a way that almost made it seem possible to be real in the world. All in all, I really enjoyed this book and I recommend it to anyone who likes to read about witches and magic.” — A Dream Within a Dream
“The story had a lot suspense, with surprises—as well as adorable fairies-—around every corner. Without giving too much away—when you think you have got all the players in the plot figured out, you have no clue. Ms. Boler has very intricately crafted together a mystery, thick with red-herrings and twists that you don’t see coming.” — J.A. Howell of Midtown Underground
“Memphis was a great protagonist; she was a strong woman who dealt with crazy situations…The supporting cast are the ones that I love.” — Persephone’s Winged Reviews