Cupcakes and a Casualty (Jan 20)
Nothing’s worse than a witch who can’t magic.
Add baking disasters, a murder and a severe onset of wishcraft? Neither Willow Hollow nor Harper Dade may ever be the same.
The discovery of the body in the middle of the cupcake creation class threatens to ruin their tourist season. Taste of Magic Bakery’s reputation is under attack. And Harper’s fresh start in the magic-imbued town crumbles.
As if things can’t get any worse, Bub the cat shows up as her familiar. And since it’s the night of the full moon, by all things witchy, the pesky feline has a lot to say, like “Trouble rode a broomstick down Main Street and is here to stay.”
Pie a la Poison (Feb 17)
When others use magic around Harper Dade, things tend to go wrong. Very wrong.
Having met his final judgement, the pie baking contest judge is found lying face up in the middle of the entries.
The shifter sheriff of their magical town pulls Harper into the investigation, and several witchy potential suspects revolt. With more than the contest in jeopardy, the entire tourist season is on the line.
Harper, a defective witch, can’t face the truth about her heritage. Let alone cast successful spells or bake an eatable pie.
Yet she must struggle to ensure the murderer gets their just desserts.
Donuts for the Deceased (Mar 16)
Willow Hollow’s local bear shifter sheriff stands accused of murder.
With Harper Dade’s aunt’s bear of a boyfriend in deep trouble, Harper sets out to solve the murder despite threats made by her fellow local witches. Under the watchful glare of the interim sheriff, she struggles to right the skewed magic invading their magical tourist town.
Suspects abound as numerous mortal, witch, and shifter citizens of Willow Hollow had it in for the not-so-dearly departed.
But, dollars to donuts, the odds are against her. Oh, and then there’s the curse.
Cake with a Crime (Apr 13)
Weddings are meant to be happy events. Unless someone discovers a body face-planted in the groom’s cake.
With Harper Dade’s best friend’s fiancé suspected of murder, the wedding’s on hold.
The primary suspect, the local newshound Gazette owner and reporter, holds on to his secrets like a dog—or in this case werewolf—guarding a bone. Thwarted at every turn, Harper realizes that this crime takes the cake. Literally.
Unless she reveals the murderer before the wedding cake goes stale, there may never be a witchy, happily ever after.
Ganache to the Grave (May 11)
The magic-filled town of Willow Hollow faces its greatest challenge. Not to mention, Harper Dade’s past returns to haunt her.
Which isn’t surprising since a side effects of a lingering curse causes her to manifest ghosts. But the current threat to their tourist season is filled with danger and very much alive.
Still, at the end of the trail of ganache-smeared footprints, the discovered victim is not.
Harper, a not-so-witchy witch and mediocre-at-best baking assistant, stands accused of murder.