Merriweather is a Wishcrafter. This means that she has the
power to grant wishes to others. Life in the Enchanted Village
is always busy and interesting, but with the Harvest Festival
underway things get exciting. However, the murder of a young
man, Michael Healy, an Illumicrafter, upsets the balance of
things. When Michael's ghost imprints on Darcy, she is compelled
to find out who killed him and why, and to stop the killer
from striking again.
kill such a nice young man and why? Does it have something
to do with the unique black roses from a Floracrafter? It
was strange how those roses died when Michael did. The same
Floracrafter, the elderly Henrietta, claims to have a new
fiancée- but does she really? No one has ever met him,
and Darcy is hired to solve that mystery as well.
I love the most about this series is that it transports me
to such a unique setting, filled with eccentric and magical
people. I enjoy learning all about the different types of
Crafters. Author Blake is brilliant at creating new Crafters
with different specialties and having them all fit together
like many peas in the same pod.
a well-crafted mystery (pun intended), a plethora of suspects,
adorable animals, a smart little girl, a dash of romance,
a pinch of angst, and magic that doesn't involve eye of newt
or toe of frog, "The Good, the Bad and the Witchy"
is a spell-binding read.
of other titles in this series
Takes a Witch #1
Witch Before Dying #2
Goodbye Witch #3
Good, the Bad, and the Witchy #4
Like it Witchy #5
With the Witch #6