Flirting with Forever eTicing magic butven those were somewhat lacking I won t get my hopes down though since our Katie only just discovered her talents in this book I will continue with the series with fingers crossed This is a light cozy mystery that is clean and wholesome You can breeze through it without a lot of concentration EASY BAKE COVENKatie Lightfoot s tired of loafing around as the assistant manager of an Ohio bakery So when her aunt Lucy and uncle Ben open a bakery in Savannah s uaint downtown district and ask Katie to join them she nthusiastically agrees There is a whole "Spectrum Of Characters Disguised As One Thing Or Another So "of characters disguised as one thing or So prepared to skip
DOWN YELLOW BRICK ROAD AND the yellow brick road and take anything at face value While working at the Honeybee Bakery named after Lucy s cat Katie notices that her aunt is adding mysterious herbs to her recipes Turns out these herbal nhancements aren t just tasty Aunt Lucy is a witch and her recipes are actually spells Each installment is able to stand on its own However you will be introduced to the characters and Existential Angst experience the development of the story much clearly if you read thentire series in order When a curmudgeonly customer is murdered outside the Honeybee Bakery Uncle Ben becomes the prime suspect With the help of handsome journalist Steve Dawes charming firefighter Declan McCarthy and a few spells Katie and Aunt Lucy stir up some toil and trouble to clear Ben s name and find the real killer I must agree with other reviewers about the nickname one of the characters has for the heroine which is definitely an annoying nuisance Thankfully her aunt along with the rest of her book club is helpful in many waysLast thought I don t appreciate profanity in any shape or form It is totally unnecessary uote Change is inevitable they say Struggle is optional Our life s path deviates from what you intend Whether you like it or not Whether you fight it or not Whether your heart breaks or not I ve seen some pretty strange things in my life and of them make me think magic is possible than not Brownies and Broomsticks was just what I was looking for finally a paranormal themed cozy mystery that isn t all fault fluff and unrealistic rigidity The main character has returned to a small town to scape her current life and start a anew in a bakery business with her aunt and uncle Once there she finds out that she is in a long line of hedgewitchery and that the local book club is actually a type of coven of uniue witchesBesides being charmed by the series detailed deserts and the generous recipes at the back it s a interesting with the magic The book keeps it simple since she s an amateur trying the magic on for size but I love how the aunt puts in herbs and various spells into the baked goods in terms of what a customer needs or wantsThe club is comprised of witches from different backgrounds some on the light side than others which makes it interesting and not too generic Being a cozy it s definitely a feel good story that doesn t break too many rules but it s a cut above most of the paranormal themed I ve readNot too sugar sweet and a nice blend of characters Unfortunately there s a small love triangle brewing I m definitely team Steve Have to love the dog too. D outside the Honeybee Bakery Uncle Ben becomes the prime suspect With the help of handsome journalist Steve Dawes charming firefighter Declan McCarthy and a few spells Katie and Aunt Lucy stir up some toil and trouble to clear Ben's name and find the real kille.
download ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Á Bailey CatesE ven recipes in the back for Peanut Butter Swirl Brownies and Cheddar Sage Scones I also thought the women of the spell book club were uirky though the magic in this novel is New Age y than Hocus Pocus focusedAll in all it was or less what I was looking for I already ordered the next three books to have on hand As my friend Suranjana knows only too wellcozy mysteries are not really my go to genre But her fondness for them coupled with my love for food Die wahren Zauberer: Die Sumpfloch-Saga 9.1 even when present in book titles or book covers made me take the plungeKatie Lightfoot is a pastry chef who shifts to Savannah when herlderly aunt and uncle decide to open a bakery and offers her the position of the chef However things go awry when right before the grand opening of their cute "little bakery a woman gets murdered just after "bakery a woman gets murdered just after the bakery All suspicion falls on Katie s uncle and in order to put things right Katie sets out to solve the mystery and free her uncle from blameThe mystery is a good oneit actually keeps you guessing But although Katie does actually figure out the murderer at the nd I personally didn t think she has the makings of a good detective I d say it s all good luck coupled with witcheryThere s a lot of magic use and witchcraft in this
BOOK WHICH REALLY ISN T MUCHwhich really isn t much a spoiler since it s pretty obvious from the series titleThere s also a lot of tasty food described or being cooked throughout the book and the author ven included a few recipes right at the The Merovingian Mythos and the Mystery of Rennes le Chateau end of the book which I thought was a fabulous ideaAlso there s a love triangle in here though the book doesn t really have much in the way of romance I d say it appears to be of a beginning to a love triangle that shall be continued in succeeding booksI thought the author made Mavis Templeton to be this all powerful lady The one who can ruin people s lives with the snap of a finger Yet it isn t really clear how she s so powerfulview spoilerAnd that whole Frank Pullman thing Leaving sawdust behind Really Why would other people get so worked up over it and side with Mavis It s seemed very unbelievable hide spoiler This was a good start to what looks like a fun paranormal cozy mystery seriesI truly think if I had to pick a paranormal being to be I would definitely pick a witch this book made me feelven strongly about this Katie was just so likable i d love to spend time hanging out with her and the bookclub Not to mention all those yummy baked goods The mystery in this book was good it definitely kept me guessing until the very Supernatural the Life of William Branham Book 4 end at first I wasn t thrilled that there might be a possible love triangle but then I thought to myself I lived through 23 books of Stephanie Plum without her making any kind of choice why not Definitely will be continuing with the series It wasnjoyable Lear, Tolstoy and the Fool enoughI liked the idea of the magical bakery and I could almost smell the goodies Katie baked The mystery was well planned and nice paced through the book The characters were interesting and well presented in the storyBUTMy main reason for not giving it than 3 is that I didn t feel the magic I liked the concept the author adopted but I just didn t get that muchxcited and compelled by the magic doing Truthfully there were not many scenes with characters prac. He Honeybee Bakery named after Lucy's cat Katie notices that her aunt is adding mysterious herbs to her recipes Turns out these herbal nhancements aren't just tasty Aunt Lucy is a witch and her recipes are actually spells When a curmudgeonly customer is murdere.