Story Fischer doesn’t
live a fairytale life, but it is a pretty darn good one. She
owns her own business; a market called The Wild Clover. She
keeps bees for their honey, and has a detective live in boyfriend,
and a close enough relationship with her family.
Story seems to be a magnet for murders, and she has a penchant
for solving them. Boyfriend Hunter Wallace worries that she’s
going to get herself into a situation she can’t get
out of, but he finds ways for them to investigate the latest
murder in the small town of Moraine, Wisconsin. It’s
not as though he could stop her from sleuthing anyway.
has moved to Moraine, into the house right next door to Story
and Hunter’s home. When her coven arrives to help her
settle in, Story worries for her friend and neighbor, Aurora,
who she has unintentionally put in danger when she suggests
that Aurora join the coven for a ceremony. A member of the
coven is later murdered, stabbed to death with their ritual
dagger, and Hunter and Story investigate.
Moraine and the quirky characters that live there. Hannah
Reed has done an excellent job of bringing readers into the
stories of Story’s adventures, while weaving a honey
of a mystery. I really enjoyed the “witchy” and
magical parts of this book, as well as how Story questions
her own beliefs.
go wrong with a book written by Hannah Reed, who also writes
as Deb Baker. I’m sure you’ll enjoy Beewitched.
Make sure you have a cup of tea and honey handy as you settle
in for a relaxing and fun reading experience.