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Of Potions and Portents, Sister Witches of Raven Falls Mystery Series, Book 1
Of Potions and Portents, Sister Witches of Raven Falls Mystery Series, Book 1 | Nyx Halliwell
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A Magickal Witchy Mystery... First book in a completed series of four stories from USA Today bestselling author Nyx Halliwell featuring humorous mysteries with witches, talking animals, shifters, ghosts, and fun! ????? mystical, magical, and a joy to read from start to finish. ~ So Many Reads Im Spring Whitethorne, kitchen witch, and Ill be honestI long for love and a normal social life, just like everyone else. Finding the time, howevernot to mention the right guyis a lost cause. My days are spent cooking up products for the Lotions, Potions, and Herbs line for Conjure, the metaphysical shop I run with my sisters, and my specialty love potion blend is helping everyone else in Raven Falls find romance, while Im working my broomstick off preparing for the upcoming Beltane celebration. That is until Tristan McGregor, the sexy chief of police, threatens to shut down my kitchen and accuses me of murder. Two people have died, entangled inahema compromising position, and covered in my love potion. On top of that, I discover an unsettling portent about the chief in his tea leaves, and when he steals a kiss after catching me at the crime scene, I try to convince myself it's only because hes under the influence of the love potion enchantment. But is he? With my cursed mockingbird familiar, Hoax, my sassy sister witches, and a whole lot of peppermint tea, I have to solve the mystery before Tristan puts me behind bars. Even so, as the fires of Beltane nip at my heels, introducing the chief to the world of magick could send my chances at love up in smoke.
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This takes place in the spring but I still enjoyed it as a fall cozy mystery. It's the first book in a series and I plan to read the next one for relaxation.