Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Review: MURDER’S A WITCH by Danielle Garrett

Holly is an elemental witch that is normally attuned to extreme weather at Beechwood Harbor Manor, where she was exiled to from her magical community. One night, a stranger shows up, lurking around the bushes. Rather than use her magical powers to ward off this prowler, she discovers that he’s a P.I. that’s come to investigate paranormal activity. What paranormal activity could he possibly find with a witch, a shape shifter, a vampire, and a ghost all living at the manor?

So, not only must she watch out for this guy, but a dead body turns up and her best friend (which happens to be human) is the prime suspect. Can she use her crafty magic to help her out of it? That along with the trusting help of a werewolf shifter hottie?

I liked how Holly was smart and witty and that she knew how to cast a good spell. Story was a page-turner from start to finish.

Crafty, whimsical, and magical!

My rating: 4 stars

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