Hello again! It's me, Stevie Cartwright, ex-witch and new Madam Zoltar. I was fresh off the murder-suspect list and just settling into Madam Z's psychic medium shoes - with the help of my bat familiar Belfry and spirit spy Win - when another death rocked sleepy little Ebenezer Falls, Washington state.
Tito Bustamante, my beloved purveyor of mouth-watering Mexican munchies, has been found dead in the food truck court. Rumor has it that Tito was stickin' his chimichanga where it didn't belong, and my gut - not to mention his less-than-natural death - says murder. No one is above suspicion. Not Tito's own wife and daughter, not his arch food truck enemy Jacob, and certainly not the son Tito didn't know about, newly arrived in Ebenezer Falls and getting cozy with my hired help.
Do join me (and try not to point and laugh) as I juggle catching a killer, snooping for clues about Win's previous life, gabbing with and eavesdropping on the locals, and enduring a visit from my very unwelcome, very annoyingly gorgeous ex-coven leader - all while continuing to adjust to my new witchless existence.
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I didn't love the first book but this series gets better. It's still not my favorite of Dakota Cassidy's but I love her so I'm still reading. The performance by Hollie Jackson is great. The story is good and the characters are lovely.
NUMBER OF HEARTS: 4
Quit Your Witching is the second book in Ms. Cassidy’s new Witchless in Seattle Mysteries series. I enjoyed this book just as much as book one if not more. In QYW we get to learn more about Stevie and Win. My heart broke at the very end of this story. I am anxious to see how Ms. Cassidy solves this mystery. I am very much looking forward to the next installment in this series. But I am getting ahead of myself here. In QYW Stevie, Win & Belfry find themselves yet again in the middle of a murder investigation. I love that Stevie is so determine. Even if at times she is completely careless. But with Win on her side and Belfry in her corner I am not sure that there is anything that Stevie can’t handle.
Again Ms. Jackson brings to life Ms. Cassidy’s characters. And Win... oh my goodness Ms. Jackson does Win’s voice so very very nicely. :)
Can’t wait to jump into the next installment in this series. Have you checked out Stevie, her familiar Belfry and her smexy ghostly British Spy Guy? You should. Go pick up a copy of Witch Slapped and see how this ex-witch handles being non-magical for the first time in her life.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Tantor Audio in exchange for an honest review. This review is my own opinion and not a paid review.
- Kelly "Books-n-Kisses"