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Darcy Merriweather is Enchanted Village’s newest resident Wishcrafter—a witch who can grant wishes for others. But as Darcy prepares a celebration for a magical florist, she discovers that every rose has its thorns… When magical florist Harriette Harkette decides to throw a lavish eightieth birthday party for herself, she hires Darcy’s Aunt Ve’s personal concierge service Darcy Merriweather is Enchanted Village’s newest resident Wishcrafter—a witch who can grant wishes for others. But as Darcy prepares a celebration for a magical florist, she discovers that every rose has its thorns… When magical florist Harriette Harkette decides to throw a lavish eightieth birthday party for herself, she hires Darcy’s Aunt Ve’s personal concierge service, As You Wish, to plan the soiree. But turning eighty isn’t all Harriette is celebrating—the Floracrafter has recently created the midnight black Witching Hour rose, the first all-natural rose of that color. Darcy works hard on planning an extravagant celebration that will make Harriette feel like the belle of the ball. But when cake delivery boy Michael Healey—a former employee at Harriette’s greenhouse—is found dead, the celebration takes a turn. Now Michael’s ghost has imprinted on Darcy, meaning that they’re bonded until she can untangle the thicket surrounding his murder—and what exactly it has to do with the Witching Hour rose….  


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Darcy Merriweather is Enchanted Village’s newest resident Wishcrafter—a witch who can grant wishes for others. But as Darcy prepares a celebration for a magical florist, she discovers that every rose has its thorns… When magical florist Harriette Harkette decides to throw a lavish eightieth birthday party for herself, she hires Darcy’s Aunt Ve’s personal concierge service Darcy Merriweather is Enchanted Village’s newest resident Wishcrafter—a witch who can grant wishes for others. But as Darcy prepares a celebration for a magical florist, she discovers that every rose has its thorns… When magical florist Harriette Harkette decides to throw a lavish eightieth birthday party for herself, she hires Darcy’s Aunt Ve’s personal concierge service, As You Wish, to plan the soiree. But turning eighty isn’t all Harriette is celebrating—the Floracrafter has recently created the midnight black Witching Hour rose, the first all-natural rose of that color. Darcy works hard on planning an extravagant celebration that will make Harriette feel like the belle of the ball. But when cake delivery boy Michael Healey—a former employee at Harriette’s greenhouse—is found dead, the celebration takes a turn. Now Michael’s ghost has imprinted on Darcy, meaning that they’re bonded until she can untangle the thicket surrounding his murder—and what exactly it has to do with the Witching Hour rose….  

30 review for The Good, the Bad, and the Witchy

  1. 4 out of 5

    BLynne

    I really enjoy this series by Heather Blake and Darcy is a great leading character. Darcy finds herself involved in another murder that involves the local Wickeds. Yet this is a rather unusual murder even for Darcy. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series. I really enjoy this series by Heather Blake and Darcy is a great leading character. Darcy finds herself involved in another murder that involves the local Wickeds. Yet this is a rather unusual murder even for Darcy. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Elliot A

    I absolutely adored this story. In addition to the humour the reader got to know (and hopefully appreciate) in the previous two installments, the reader is now in for a treat as an element of spookiness is added to the wonderful medley of genres that makes this series so endearing. To begin with, the reader will find this story to be much more character focused as we can trace the development of the protagonist and the immediate secondary characters, and it also provides greater depths into the c I absolutely adored this story. In addition to the humour the reader got to know (and hopefully appreciate) in the previous two installments, the reader is now in for a treat as an element of spookiness is added to the wonderful medley of genres that makes this series so endearing. To begin with, the reader will find this story to be much more character focused as we can trace the development of the protagonist and the immediate secondary characters, and it also provides greater depths into the characters that are only specific to the story/plot of this particular installment. The reader also sees the fleshing out of the antagonist that provides greater depth to the overarching plot that spans the entire series, which was placed at just the right moment in the development of the story overall. The plot of this book is enticing, the murder is more elaborate and, as I mentioned above, another element of story telling was added, the addition of an eerie undertone, which worked well for the season the author has chosen this story to be set in. The murder was well thought out and the author took great care to lead the reader astray without confusing one, making it impossible to guess the culprit until they were actually revealed. Overall, it was a great story, maybe even a bit better than the first two installments, and definitely a great continuation in the series. I would without hesitation recommend this book to anyone, who enjoyed the first two books as well as anyone else, who loves a good murder mystery with a hint of magic. ElliotScribbles

  3. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    This is the third book in the witchcraft series. Darcy Meriwether is a wishcrafter who can grant wishes. Darcy is getting ready for harriett harkette's, a magical florist, eightieth birthday party. She is also celebrating her witching hour rose. As Darcy is finalizingthe details, she comes across the cake deliverer, Michael , dead. When his ghost refuses to leave darcy alone until his killer is caught, darcy starts investigating. I enjoy this series. This was a fun addition to the series. I enjoy This is the third book in the witchcraft series. Darcy Meriwether is a wishcrafter who can grant wishes. Darcy is getting ready for harriett harkette's, a magical florist, eightieth birthday party. She is also celebrating her witching hour rose. As Darcy is finalizingthe details, she comes across the cake deliverer, Michael , dead. When his ghost refuses to leave darcy alone until his killer is caught, darcy starts investigating. I enjoy this series. This was a fun addition to the series. I enjoy the relationship between darcy and mimi. However i think i would have understood the book a little more if i had read the second book before this one. All in all, it was a good book ans i will probably read more in the series.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bird

    I will pretty much read whatever Heather Blake/Webber writes. Having said that, this most recent installment of the Wishcraft Mystery series frustrated me a bit. Here's what I can't understand: Why can't someone just wish that the crime would be solved? I know that Darcy can't fulfill her own wishes, but she's allowed to fulfill other Crafters' wishes if the Elder feels it's acceptable. Wouldn't the Elder want the murder to be solved, therefore she would have no problem allowing Darcy to fulfill I will pretty much read whatever Heather Blake/Webber writes. Having said that, this most recent installment of the Wishcraft Mystery series frustrated me a bit. Here's what I can't understand: Why can't someone just wish that the crime would be solved? I know that Darcy can't fulfill her own wishes, but she's allowed to fulfill other Crafters' wishes if the Elder feels it's acceptable. Wouldn't the Elder want the murder to be solved, therefore she would have no problem allowing Darcy to fulfill another Crafter's wish that the murder was solved? Furthermore, why can't the Elder herself just wish it? These questions kept circling around in my mind the whole time I was reading, and it really pulled me out of the story and took away some of my enjoyment. I don't know if this is a plot hole, or if there's some sort of reasonable explanation. (view spoiler)[It really started bothering me when Dash (another Crafter) wished to know where Tilda was, and Darcy fulfilled the wish because the Elder allowed it. Wouldn't the next reasonable thing have been for Dash to wish to reveal the murderer? Especially since his son was possibly implicated in it?? (hide spoiler)] There were two other things with the murder that bothered me. (view spoiler)[First, Michael (as the ghost) told Darcy he didn't know who had killed him, but then later he tells her that the killer had demanded to know the spell for the black roses. So he has a whole conversation with his killer, but didn't know who it was? I find that very hard to believe, especially since his killer was someone he'd previously been in regular contact with. Are we to assume that the killer was behind Michael the whole time, with her voice somehow disguised? But if she knew she was going to kill Michael, why go through all that trouble to hide her identity? Also, there were times when Darcy was trying to ask Michael questions that required more than a yes/no answer, and she seemed to just give up on trying to figure out a way to communicate more with him. But he could physically move things, so why didn't she just write out the letters of the alphabet on note cards and have him move them around to spell things out?? (hide spoiler)] Okay, that was a lot of ranting. It was just that I really liked the story, but some inconsistencies and apparent plot holes kept pulling me out of the story. I almost want to email the author and ask her those questions to see if I can get a satisfactory answer. (I also want to know why Darcy doesn't just barge into Ve's room when she suspects Ve's talking to the Elder or the familiar and see who it is! I mean, she's nosy enough the rest of the time, why not then??) That said, I liked the book, mainly because of the cute setting and the interesting characters. I didn't know who the killer was before it was revealed, nor did I figure out the other, smaller mystery. And I'll definitely be picking up the next book in the series if for no other reason than to see if the plot twist introduced in the epilogue gets developed further. (view spoiler)[Melina as a familiar in Darcy's dog's body! Totally didn't see that one coming, but I love it!! (hide spoiler)]

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    The Good: Amusing, as the series always is. The introduction of the possibility of ghosts was interesting, though I'm glad it seems to not be a permanent addition. In this instance it was very helpful in giving emotion to the case Darcy found herself in the middle of, as well as giving her a very good reason to continue her involvement. With all cozy mystery series, the romance is slow going. But, what I especially like about this series is that there are real obstacles that come up that warrant The Good: Amusing, as the series always is. The introduction of the possibility of ghosts was interesting, though I'm glad it seems to not be a permanent addition. In this instance it was very helpful in giving emotion to the case Darcy found herself in the middle of, as well as giving her a very good reason to continue her involvement. With all cozy mystery series, the romance is slow going. But, what I especially like about this series is that there are real obstacles that come up that warrant the snail's pace. Issues that make sense and need to be dealt with. The Bad: Flowers. Meh. I don't read gardening themed cozy mystery series, although there are a few out there, because I have no interest. The mix of magic made it tolerable, but I was lost for the most part whenever it came to the Floracrafters.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Cat Tutt

    This series just continues to get better! I wouldn't have imagined I'd enjoy a series about witches so much, but I absolutely love it. This one was my favorite so far and I can't wait to read #4! *5 Stars This series just continues to get better! I wouldn't have imagined I'd enjoy a series about witches so much, but I absolutely love it. This one was my favorite so far and I can't wait to read #4! *5 Stars

  7. 5 out of 5

    mlady_rebecca

    Unlike J.D. Robb's NY, the residents of this little town must be getting creeped out by the string of murders. Hmmm, that thought may be a sign I'm reading too many of these back to back. Although, no problem, I just caught up with the publishing schedule. The murder du jour is a young delivery boy named Michael, who Darcy met and liked, but we never met on screen before his death. Until his death being key, as Michael's ghost attaches itself to Darcy, waiting for her to solve his murder. Darcy's Unlike J.D. Robb's NY, the residents of this little town must be getting creeped out by the string of murders. Hmmm, that thought may be a sign I'm reading too many of these back to back. Although, no problem, I just caught up with the publishing schedule. The murder du jour is a young delivery boy named Michael, who Darcy met and liked, but we never met on screen before his death. Until his death being key, as Michael's ghost attaches itself to Darcy, waiting for her to solve his murder. Darcy's sister Harper would get along well with Tony DiNozzo (of NCIS) as she keeps using movie references to frame the murder conspiracy. (Can you tell I have NCIS on in the background as I write this? Nah.) It's almost Halloween and the town square is hosting a fair. Not much on the romantic front. Darcy is waiting for her much delayed date with Nick to indulge in a tempting caramel apple. V's still dating her Elvis look alike of an ex, despite some temptation that comes in the form of a geriatric stripper at a party As You Wish hosts. And the mystery, it's all about crafters that are of the green thumb variety. Great book. Light and fun and perfect for my reading mood these days.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    3.5 founded to a 4 Again, Darcy Merriweather, finds herself smack dab in the middle of a murder nvestigation. This time the deceased has imprinted himself to Darcy, as she was the one who found his body. Now it's up to Darcy to solve the mystery of his murder so he can move on. We have many of the previous quirky/magical characters and a handful of new ones. And, the theme of flowers, and the magic that surrounds them is the centre of this mystery. A cute, light read. 3.5 founded to a 4 Again, Darcy Merriweather, finds herself smack dab in the middle of a murder nvestigation. This time the deceased has imprinted himself to Darcy, as she was the one who found his body. Now it's up to Darcy to solve the mystery of his murder so he can move on. We have many of the previous quirky/magical characters and a handful of new ones. And, the theme of flowers, and the magic that surrounds them is the centre of this mystery. A cute, light read.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline Guillory

    Another cute book in the series. Can’t wait for the next one to get here so I can read it. This is a great mystery series without a lot of darkness and gore. It’s full of comic relief and romance as well as mystery.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Such cute books. I enjoyed this one better than # 2. One needs a bit of fantasy in their life. At least I do! I wish I knew a WishCrafter!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Eden

    2020 bk 7. Another one that I didn't not see coming. Greed in the flower kingdom results in the death of a young man and forces his sister to flee. Enjoyable. 2020 bk 7. Another one that I didn't not see coming. Greed in the flower kingdom results in the death of a young man and forces his sister to flee. Enjoyable.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Quatina Rockmore

    3.5 star

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Robbins

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  14. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Fantastic fall read No matter what time of the year you read this, it will transport you to the crisp season of fall. I was kept switching who I thought would be guilty but I figured out the secondary mystery pretty fast.

  15. 5 out of 5

    LORI CASWELL

    Darcy Merriweather is Enchanted Village’s newest resident Wishcrafter—a witch who can grant wishes for others. But as Darcy prepares a celebration for a magical florist, she discovers that every rose has its thorns… As You Wish, Darcy and Aunt Ve’s personal concierge service has been hired to throw a party for magical florist, Harriette Harkness. She is 80 years young and plans to celebrate. She is also celebrating her new Witching Hour rose, it is the very first all natural midnight black flower Darcy Merriweather is Enchanted Village’s newest resident Wishcrafter—a witch who can grant wishes for others. But as Darcy prepares a celebration for a magical florist, she discovers that every rose has its thorns… As You Wish, Darcy and Aunt Ve’s personal concierge service has been hired to throw a party for magical florist, Harriette Harkness. She is 80 years young and plans to celebrate. She is also celebrating her new Witching Hour rose, it is the very first all natural midnight black flower. Darcy has all the plans under control and ready to go. She is just waiting for Michael Healey to deliver the cake and the special entertainment to arrive. When she goes out to the parking lot to track down these very important party needs the celebration is turned inside out. She finds Michael’s dead body not far from the bakery van. She then receives another surprise when Michael’s ghost imprints itself on her. This means they are bonded together until she “untangles the thicket surrounding his murder”. Dollycas’s Thoughts I have fallen hard for this series and its magical characters. A contemporary fairy tale, The Good, the Bad, and the Witchy even has a set of Wicked Sisters! All my favorites are back from past stories, including the lovable familiars, Pepe and the movie line expert Archie. They are joined by all the witch crafters that call the Enchanted Village home. The part that really caught my interest was the imprinting of the ghost on Darcy. I think this would be so cool!!! as long as it was a friendly ghost like Michael. They way they were able to communicate was just brilliant. The special craft the he and his sister had was also interesting. I was also taken in by the floracrafters vs. the terracrafters and the dysfunctional families created by their prejudice of each other. To me both gifts would be so much fun with all the plants, the blooms, the lawns, the gardens. The Enchanted Village is truly a magical place, full of whimsical characters. A place where wishes come true and spells are cast. A place where the familiar becomes extraordinary. A place where romance is starting to bloom. A place I would love to visit often. I wish I never had to leave!!!! The whole series is recommended highly. I know you will be as enchanted as I have become with these wonderful stories!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Suspense Magazine

    Harriette Harkette, a Floracrafter, is throwing herself a formal 80th birthday party complete with black roses and a stripper. Harriette can’t do this on her own so she hires Darcy and Aunt Ve’s personal concierge service, As You Wish, to make it the most elegant birthday bash ever! It will also be the perfect opportunity for Harriette to show her newest creation, the midnight black Witching Hour rose. The party is a hit except for a few minor problems. First, the cake is late and the cake delive Harriette Harkette, a Floracrafter, is throwing herself a formal 80th birthday party complete with black roses and a stripper. Harriette can’t do this on her own so she hires Darcy and Aunt Ve’s personal concierge service, As You Wish, to make it the most elegant birthday bash ever! It will also be the perfect opportunity for Harriette to show her newest creation, the midnight black Witching Hour rose. The party is a hit except for a few minor problems. First, the cake is late and the cake delivery boy Michael Healy is missing. Second, and of a much worse consequence to As You Wish’s reputation, is that Darcy realizes she should have paid more attention to the stripper she hired for Harriette’s party. Harriette is about to be wished a happy 80th birthday by a stripper who is close to her own age and has a healthy gut. Leaving Aunt Ve to handle the party, Darcy goes in search of the cake and the delivery boy. She finds Michael, dead in the bushes. Once again, Darcy is brought into a murder mystery which she must solve as Michael has imprinted himself on her and he will stay with her until his murder is solved. Just about everybody in town is a “Crafter” of one sort or another. Darcy knows Michael’s death has something to do with Harriette’s Witching Hour rose, the “spell” of which she will not share with anybody, including her own family. Harriette’s obsession with “her” Witching Hour rose is making her one of the prime suspects in Michael’s death. Darcy and her boyfriend Nick are determined to find out the truth behind Michael’s death and the midnight black Witching Hour rose. Heather Blake has written an exceptional enchanting story for all ages. She will have you convinced that “witches” aren’t “witches” after all. They are Crafters. This is a must read, but make sure you have time because you will not put it down. Reviewed by Sherri Nemick for Suspense Magazine ■

  17. 4 out of 5

    Laura Agnella

    The Good, the Bad, and the Witchy by Heather Blake is the third in the wishcraft mystery series and I am devouring them. I find that they are perfect cozy mysteries to snuggle up with and am already grabbing the next one from the store. This series gets rave reviews from me. I've spoken before about my love for the characters. Each character living in the Enchanted Village has their own appeal. Eccentricity is the norm and in this installment, we get some new quirky characters to love (or hate). The Good, the Bad, and the Witchy by Heather Blake is the third in the wishcraft mystery series and I am devouring them. I find that they are perfect cozy mysteries to snuggle up with and am already grabbing the next one from the store. This series gets rave reviews from me. I've spoken before about my love for the characters. Each character living in the Enchanted Village has their own appeal. Eccentricity is the norm and in this installment, we get some new quirky characters to love (or hate). We still have our beloved Aunt Ve, Harper, and the delightful blooming (no pun intended) relationship between our main character Darcy and Nick, the police chief. The main mystery in this book is finding out who killed Michael, the delivery boy. While it begins as a simple investigation, it becomes more complicated as we learn more about the events surrounding his death and we end up with a few other mysteries on top of the original. The story has just enough twists and turns to keep us guessing until the end and keeps us smiling with its snarky humor. And in this one, quite a wrench was thrown into the mix at the end which only makes me want to get to the next book faster! We can only wish that a place like the Enchanted Village really existed so we can move there ourselves and meet all of these personalities. (did you hear that, Darcy?) This book, and the whole series as a matter of fact, is the perfect light, summer read.

  18. 4 out of 5

    April

    Okay, book 3 really pulled me into the series fully. There is much to like here, even with the flaws. It is still a bit more recap than I needed. It is something I will just have to deal with in the series. The romance takes more of a front seat here, getting more into the relationship for Darcy and Nick. We also see more of Ve and her love life. This book also introduces us to Flora and Tera crafters who are into growing things, plus illumi crafters who are intriguing with their talents. With t Okay, book 3 really pulled me into the series fully. There is much to like here, even with the flaws. It is still a bit more recap than I needed. It is something I will just have to deal with in the series. The romance takes more of a front seat here, getting more into the relationship for Darcy and Nick. We also see more of Ve and her love life. This book also introduces us to Flora and Tera crafters who are into growing things, plus illumi crafters who are intriguing with their talents. With this story there are plenty of twists and turns. Just when you think you know who the bad guy is, things take a turn. Not everything is as it seems. All those new characters are fun to follow. I hope we see more of them as time passes in the series. The supporting cast is always a delight and I adore the familiars!! I am enchanted by this series, regardless of the slight flaws in the story telling. On the upside, things are getting better and more fan to read. I am getting used to the quirks of narrator Coleen Marlo as well. She is not my favorite, but she has grown on my with each new book. She has a swift pace, which I enjoy. She has a terrific energy that she adds to the story and keeps things moving. At this point I am resolved to read the rest of the series, it is just too endearing to stop.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Amee.21

    * * * * * Spoiler Alert * * * * * I loved this book. I adored her connection to Michael and what became a deeper friendship but also a truer friendship. By that I mean it wasn't just heavy and trying to find out about the murder, there were funny moments, sticky & gooey ones and a hot one. This book was emotional for me and I don't know if I was alone in that. Some things weren't so mysterious, like Tilda's disappearance. But it didn't matter to me I was pulled in by the magic of any & all floral * * * * * Spoiler Alert * * * * * I loved this book. I adored her connection to Michael and what became a deeper friendship but also a truer friendship. By that I mean it wasn't just heavy and trying to find out about the murder, there were funny moments, sticky & gooey ones and a hot one. This book was emotional for me and I don't know if I was alone in that. Some things weren't so mysterious, like Tilda's disappearance. But it didn't matter to me I was pulled in by the magic of any & all floral/landscape and garden crafting. The description of Dash's 'Secret Garden' and Harriette's family/ Wickeds' work. My imagination just took off and ran away. And learning along the way about the Moon and it's spell, it just fit perfectly. You're probably puzzled because you didn't have that experience but I'm an art school grad so it doesn't take much to get my creative juices flowing. Hot Rod, omg! I knew the kids were with him but the rest flew right over my head. Sad that once Harriet had started to make her ammends and change her ways that everything happened the way it did. But she sure did continue her legacy and her kindness after life. How she left is all that mattered, she left loved and made sure she could take care of all whom she loved.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Darcy

    This book got very messy for Darcy, causing issues in her life. Yes there was the big issue of finding the dead body and then wanting and needing to figure out the killer, but more importantly was how doing that caused little waves in her life. I really liked the help that Darcy had in this one, mostly because the person helping had the most at stake, even if it didn't alter the final outcome. The relationship developed was great and I was sad to see it end. I really would like to see Nick and Da This book got very messy for Darcy, causing issues in her life. Yes there was the big issue of finding the dead body and then wanting and needing to figure out the killer, but more importantly was how doing that caused little waves in her life. I really liked the help that Darcy had in this one, mostly because the person helping had the most at stake, even if it didn't alter the final outcome. The relationship developed was great and I was sad to see it end. I really would like to see Nick and Darcy together, but there seems to be a not so good witch that is doing all she can to make it not happen. Her one play was obvious, or at least to me. It was made more obvious at the end during a conversation between Ve and Melina. The situation will need to be monitored.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Melissapalmer404

    Book #120 Read in 2014 The Good, the Bad and the Witchy by Heather Blake This is the third book in a paranormal cozy mystery series. Darcy is a Wishcrafter....she can grant other people's wishes. Set in a magical village, this series is a comfort read for me; I enjoy the characters and the setting. In this book, local crafter Michael is murdered and his ghost has imprinted on Darcy. To help him find peace, she wants to solve the murder. To try to do so puts her at risk. This series has the cozy my Book #120 Read in 2014 The Good, the Bad and the Witchy by Heather Blake This is the third book in a paranormal cozy mystery series. Darcy is a Wishcrafter....she can grant other people's wishes. Set in a magical village, this series is a comfort read for me; I enjoy the characters and the setting. In this book, local crafter Michael is murdered and his ghost has imprinted on Darcy. To help him find peace, she wants to solve the murder. To try to do so puts her at risk. This series has the cozy mystery element, a paranormal element, humor and romance. I enjoy it. http://melissasbookpicks.blogspot.com

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kilgallen

    This one was a bit of a sleeper for me....I wasn't sure I was going to like it when I started due to the sheer number of bit players and the rather rigid "rules" that the characters abide by in their world. I did however warm up to the world building and in the end I have to admit it worked better than I thought it was going to. I did read this as a stand alone and while it was obvious that there was a "history" that I was not aware of I did not find myself confused. That being said, because I h This one was a bit of a sleeper for me....I wasn't sure I was going to like it when I started due to the sheer number of bit players and the rather rigid "rules" that the characters abide by in their world. I did however warm up to the world building and in the end I have to admit it worked better than I thought it was going to. I did read this as a stand alone and while it was obvious that there was a "history" that I was not aware of I did not find myself confused. That being said, because I have not read the two previous stories in this series, I do not know how much "retelling" was occurring. Overall a fun read.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Betty

    Will a ghost imprint on a person? Darcy has bad luck as Michael's ghost imprinted on her and he goes everywhere. Michael was delivering a striper cake to a party hosted by AS YOU WISH. We meet different kinds of crafters in this story. We learned about illum, flora and land crafters and there ability. Black roses have been shown and won awards. They have been feuding for a number of years. Dacy romance continues. I find the introduction of so many different crafters it hard to keep track of all Will a ghost imprint on a person? Darcy has bad luck as Michael's ghost imprinted on her and he goes everywhere. Michael was delivering a striper cake to a party hosted by AS YOU WISH. We meet different kinds of crafters in this story. We learned about illum, flora and land crafters and there ability. Black roses have been shown and won awards. They have been feuding for a number of years. Dacy romance continues. I find the introduction of so many different crafters it hard to keep track of all the characters. I like this series and looking forward to reading the next one.

  24. 5 out of 5

    C.A.

    Darcy and her whole witchy crew just keep growing on me. In this one Darcy finds herself imprinted on by recently deceased Michael, a minor character we met in the first book, who died delivering a cake to the party Darcy, through her job at "As You Wish," had planned. We get a deeper look into the crafter world, including its prejudices. We also get traction, and competition, on Darcy and Nick's relationship. All in all, this is a good series with lots of potentional Darcy and her whole witchy crew just keep growing on me. In this one Darcy finds herself imprinted on by recently deceased Michael, a minor character we met in the first book, who died delivering a cake to the party Darcy, through her job at "As You Wish," had planned. We get a deeper look into the crafter world, including its prejudices. We also get traction, and competition, on Darcy and Nick's relationship. All in all, this is a good series with lots of potentional

  25. 4 out of 5

    Melodie

    I don't think Heather Blake/Webber knows how to write a bad book! I have yet to pick up anything by her that wasn't a page turning treat! This one was no exception. I was really stumped as to who the killer was! I think I'm going to need to come up with a flow-chart to keep all the crafters, half-crafters and wanna-bes and their powers straight! Great read! RECOMMEND!! I don't think Heather Blake/Webber knows how to write a bad book! I have yet to pick up anything by her that wasn't a page turning treat! This one was no exception. I was really stumped as to who the killer was! I think I'm going to need to come up with a flow-chart to keep all the crafters, half-crafters and wanna-bes and their powers straight! Great read! RECOMMEND!!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Molane

    As I said after reading the first part of this witch series, I couldn't wait to start this one. I was not disappointed. Again an easy read, but still engaging, logically continuing the development of the character, which had been introduced in the first book. A book you will not want to put down until finished, just because it is so relaxing to read. As I said after reading the first part of this witch series, I couldn't wait to start this one. I was not disappointed. Again an easy read, but still engaging, logically continuing the development of the character, which had been introduced in the first book. A book you will not want to put down until finished, just because it is so relaxing to read.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    The Good, the Bad and the Witchy was a masterfully crafted mystery that left me guessing until the very end as to who the killer was. This was a very fast moving book that I did not want to put down. I have loved every book I've read by Heather Blake and this one was no different. The Good, the Bad and the Witchy was a masterfully crafted mystery that left me guessing until the very end as to who the killer was. This was a very fast moving book that I did not want to put down. I have loved every book I've read by Heather Blake and this one was no different.

  28. 5 out of 5

    April

    This one is my favorite so far out of the 3 in the series that I read. I really enjoy the characters! I can't wait to read the next in the series. I am trying to be patient for my delivery from Amazon. :) This one is my favorite so far out of the 3 in the series that I read. I really enjoy the characters! I can't wait to read the next in the series. I am trying to be patient for my delivery from Amazon. :)

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sabra

    Still very "Murder She Wrote," and why doesn't anyone leave this murderous little village? It has to be the murder capital of Massachusetts. Still very "Murder She Wrote," and why doesn't anyone leave this murderous little village? It has to be the murder capital of Massachusetts.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    I love this series. The author has a way of taking you to her mythical town and making it real. You never even question the fact that they are witches, it all seems normal.

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