Aspiring witch and culinary entrepreneur, Mia Malone, must dispel a deadly plot to wreck her clients’ wedding in this charming continuation of New York Times bestselling author Lynn Cahoon’s Kitchen Witch Mystery series.
Business is bubbling at Mia’s catering service and cooking school, Mia’s Morsels, but toil and trouble are not far behind. Mia just accepted her toughest gig yet: last-minute wedding planner for Magic Springs’ own Romeo and Juliet. Though the small town is fairly accepting of magic, two families have been locked in a vicious feud spanning generations. Unfortunately for both families, they’re about to become in-laws! Amethyst and Tok are excited to wed in a few weeks and somehow Mia must ensure the event is flawless.
But when she goes to pick up paperwork from the couple’s previous wedding planner, Mia discovers the woman murdered in an apparent attempt to stop the contentious union. Now, not only is Mia a prime suspect, as the new planner she may also be the killer’s next target. Backed by her squad, her charms—literal and figurative—and a protective amulet from her Grans, it’s up to Mia to save the star-crossed couple’s wedding, her professional reputation…and maybe even her life!
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Mia Malone is looking for ways to expand her business when she receives a call asking her to step in for a wedding planner who was fired less than two weeks before the wedding. While this will be the first magical wedding Mia works on, she certainly didn’t expect to find her predecessor murdered in her hotel room.
As Mia works to keep things on track, and sometimes getting them back on track, she finds herself trying to figure out who is trying to stop the wedding and why. She just has to hope that she can get the bride and groom through their magical wedding and survive the whole thing, both figuratively and literally.
Another great entry in this series, which is one of several that Lynn Cahoon has. ALL of her series are fabulous and addictive. Be sure to look for novellas from her too, they help make the wait between books more enjoyable.