Genres: Mystery Romance, Paranormal Romance
Published by Indie/Self Published
Released on March 16, 2017
Source: Free Book
A fire witch and a fire chief? Why not, right? I already enjoy this series immensely, but the fun rolls on with each new installment of this paranormal romance cozy mystery series.
Some Like It Witchy is the third book in the Main Street Witches series which is a spin off to the original Banshee Creek series. It could be enjoyed out of order, but the world and already established relationships tie together from book to book not to mention the running series plot building up in the background.
Fiona is fairly new to the Banshee Creek community and she loves it all including her candlemaking business. She has hung up her witch hat for good after her unstable fire magic caused some mishaps. Better to tamp it down and do something creative with her favorite element. All is well until a visiting witch coven who wants to conduct their Beltane ritual out in Banshee Creek’s park has a death at their ceremony and Fiona’s products are implicated in the investigation. The handsome and curmudgeonly fire chief chooses to help conduct the investigation regarding Fiona’s fire starters himself.
Gavin has been a minor character throughout both series and he is the longsuffering fire and rescue chief who puts up with and handles the oddest emergencies because its Banshee Creek and weird is the new normal. I was tickled to see the gruff no-nonsense man get his own romance and team up with Fiona to solve the murder
It wasn’t a difficult mystery, really, but it was a fun one to follow. I confess to being more into Fiana’s friendship with Kat and Luanne (characters from earlier books) and her feisty romance with Gavin along with the antics of her Korean dog-raccoon spirit haunting her place.
All in all, it was another fun one in the series with a blend of light and dark with the humor opposed to the murder. I look forward to what comes next and can heartily recommend this paranormal cozy mystery series.
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