BeSwitched Witch

thThe beauty about the BeSwitched Series is how seamlessly the books are connected yet each is very independent of the other. Readers can easily read book two without worrying about missing something from book 1. However, the books are so good, you’d be doing yourself a disservice by missing any of them.

In BeSwitched, Surla, a black cat and familiar to witch Idis, decides to escape the clutches of her not so nice witchy friend and escape her constant nagging and harsh discipline. On escaped day she crosses paths with high school student Cathy, and due to a long-ago spell over black cats, Surla and Cathy switch bodies.

In BeSwitched Witch the same spell transpires when Surla inadvertently bumps into her former witch, Idis. If you loved BeSwitched, you’ll adore BeSwitched Witch. Now in Surla’s body, Idis learns what it’s like to be a witch’s familiar. Meanwhile, Surla transforms Idis’ human body into a very cute teenage girl with the help of Cathy and an amazing makeover by beauticians at the local mall.

The action in BeSwitched Witch is non-stop as Surla and Idis work overtime trying to find the Spell book that contains the spell that will enable them to switch back to their own bodies.

Author Molly Snow does an amazing job developing her characters as readers witness their growth.

Superb read.Molly Snow

About the Author

Founder of, a website dedicated to promoting easy reading books with a predominantly female readership, Molly Snow began writing the BeSwitched Series when she was a teen. Author of Werewolf Kisses Series, Snow lives in Idaho with her high school crush, twin sons, and Meow-Meow the family cat.

Michael is the author of four published novels—Goodbye Tchaikovsky, The Abduction of Joshua Bloom, and The Koolura Series—The Legend of Koolura and Koolura and the Mystery at Camp Saddleback. He is also a columnist for the Los Angeles Examiner writing articles about parenting and education. His blog features YA authors and books.

2 thoughts on “BeSwitched Witch

  1. Joe Bock Reply

    Ah, if only we could all find a spell book that would allow us to change who we are (for the better presumably).

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