Haven Lake Cozy Mysteries, Book 1
Synopsis: It’s not every day you have to return to your hometown to bind your borderline-poltergeist grandmother to the family property.
Unfortunately, today is that day for Avery Thorn.
All Avery wants is to report the binding to the Witch Council so she can fulfil her obligation, but finding a dead body and the Head of the Council on the brink of death isn’t in her plan.
Especially when she’s pegged as the number one suspect.
Now, it’s down to Avery and her cousins—and her sassy feline familiar—to figure out who tried to murder the Head of the Council. Magically bound to find the culprit, the last thing she needs is the new detective getting under her toes.
Unfortunately for her, she finds herself colliding with the hot cop more than she wants. And since her familiar hates him, it’s not always pleasant.
New magic and a devastating tragedy threaten to derail their investigations—but not quite as much as the person who isn’t happy they’re involved…
Review: I love the novels of the author as Emma Hart so when I heard about this new series, I was really very intrigued!
Avery has to go home to bind her grandmother and stop her ghost from terrorizing everyone. It’s already not very easy to manage, but in addition, she finds herself facing a corpse and the leader of witch council who was poisoned. She didn’t expect it, but she’s going to be embarked on a story that is totally beyond her control. Indeed, she will have to discover the truth behind all this and find out what is going on before she becomes a target. But here it is, the sexy cop in town doesn’t seem at all happy to see her meddling in his affairs, and she must also manage powers she didn’t expect to have.
It was a pretty cool novel to read even though I was perhaps expecting something more. The investigation is pleasant and interesting and I was really very curious to find out who was behind it and why. And then there are all these very charming men who revolve around our heroine and I must admit that for the moment, I am curious to see how things will evolve on this side.
So it’s a very nice novel to have a good time!
Too bad it was a little flat, but, at least, the witches and murder mystery part sounds good.
yes it was still good
Glad you still enjoyed it even though you had some problems with it.
It’s nice to delve into one of these lighter mysteries every now and then.
Oh, I had no idea she wrote this too
Cool cover! 🙂
I am glad you were still able to enjoy it despite it not being all you hoped.
Mmm I feel like I would have similar feelings.
Looks cute! In my experience these books can always be more, but they are always fun in the moment.
I’m glad this story was a good time and that you are looking forward to seeing how the story evolves in the next segment. I love stories about witches!
Well I love the cover and the concept. Hopefully if you read more you will like them even better.