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Series: Beechwood Harbor Magic Mystery #6
on April 1, 2022
Genres: Cozy Mystery, Mystery, Paranormal, Urban Fantasy
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Holly’s cauldron is bubbling over and ready to blow!
Following six months of intense training under some of the country’s most skilled potion masters, Holly’s head is full to the brim.
When she’s offered a new assignment with the Supernatural Protection Agency, she jumps at the chance to take her newfound skills out of the workshop and into the real world.
What she didn’t expect was to wind up tailing a suspected werewolf killer right in her own backyard.
When another werewolf turns up dead, Holly and her roommates are locked in a race against time and the killer might be even closer than they think.
Holly has recently finished six months of training under position masters at the SPA and her business is booming. As a result she’s feeling pulled in multiple directions and overwhelmed. To top it off Holly seems to always end up in the middle of something. A cranky ghost landlady not happy with her potions, roommate troubles, boyfriend issues and her friend Nick going off the deep end over a women. What’s a witch to do?
One Bad Witch is the sixth book in the Beechwood Harbor Magic Mystery sereis by Danielle Garrett and is best read in order.
As things go if you read my last review on the last book, Lucky Witch, I felt frustrated with the relationship department and the drama the author added. I’m still perplexed in the relationship department. On one hand Holly is in a relationship with Adam, but the chemistry with Nick makes me question. By the end we have lines drawn and a clear path.
The mystery is frighteningly close to home and Holly must tackle the dilemma of keeping her job and what she’s doing a secret from her friends and boyfriend. What happens makes Holly think about her life and what she really wants. And, at the end, she and Adam have a talk that they really needed to have about the future and the present.
Fans of cozy mysteries with paranormal elements will enjoy this light and fun read. I’m looking forward to seeing what comes next.
Rated: 4 Stars