August 1, 2017

Gone With the Witch by Heather Blake - Review

Book details:
Series: Wishcraft Mystery (Book 6)
Mass Market Paperback: 336 pages
Publisher: Berkley; 6th edition edition (May 3, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1101990112
ISBN-13: 978-1101990117

About this book:
The national bestselling author of Some Like It Witchy returns as wish-granting witch Darcy Merriweather is put to the test after murder takes first prize at a pet show. . . .

Darcy and her dog Missy are determined to put their best foot forward at the Enchanted Village’s annual Pawsitively Enchanted pet contest. She’s happy to lend a hand when the show’s organizer hires Darcy to keep an eye on things among growing suspicions that someone is sabotaging the event. But Darcy’s quest for justice is thrown off the scent when her lead suspect is found dead at the competition.

As if a murder weren’t bad enough, someone begins snatching up prize-winning pets right from under their owners’ noses. Darcy is determined to protect the pampered participants at whatever cost. But she’ll have to work fast to sniff out the thief before she becomes the next victim of a killer determined to stop her dead in her tracks...

Meet the author - Heather Blake:
Heather Blake is the national bestselling author of the Wishcraft Mysteries, including Some Like It Witchy and The Goodbye Witch, as well as the Magic Potion Mysteries, including Ghost of a Potion and One Potion in the Grave. She’s a total homebody who loves to be close to her family, read, watch cooking-competition TV shows, drink too much coffee, crochet, and bake cookies. Heather grew up in a suburb of Boston but currently lives in the Cincinnati area with her family.

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What did I think about this book:
I loved this installment of this series. There was a big secret revealed which I have been waiting for. While I am glad it came out there was a part of me that got a little chocked up when it happened. Got you interested didn't I? I can't say anymore about that part or it will ruin the entire series.  All of my favorite characters were back. Two that I love that I wish would have had a little bigger role were Pepe and Mrs. P. I love the little mice. The author had me guessing on who committed the murder and the petnapping. I thought I may have had the murder figured out but then was thrown for a loop. I enjoyed watching Darcy and Nick's relationship grow. I am looking forward to reading the next book to see what happens next. 

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