Merriweather and Sheriff Nick Sawyer are soon to be wed. It
seems as though their road to matrimony won’t be smooth
as murder, arson, and many secrets rear their ugly heads in
The Enchanted Village.
Divinitea Cottage, where Darcy’s bridal
luncheon is being held, goes up in flames before the bride-to-be
and her younger sister, Harper, arrive. All of the guests
escape unharmed, but Leyla Noble, one of the partners in the
tea shop, is found dead inside the building. Yet the fire
isn’t what killed her-- she was strangled to death.
Broomcrafter Dorothy Hansel Dewit nurtured
her bitterness with cruel intentions, especially toward Leyla
and her cousin, Amanda Goodwin. Leyla and Amanda had purchased
the cottage and opened Divinitea Cottage in the building Dorothy
had wanted for a shop of her own. Dorothy has a reputation
as a firebug, making her the prime suspect.
It strikes Darcy and Nick that this is too
obvious. Someone is setting Dorothy up. Or are they? The situation
becomes more complex after a psychic from the Firelight Psychic
Festival vanishes, and the more questions she asks, the more
questions Darcy has. Everyone has some secret or something
to hide, and finding the killer this time could derail the
wedding plans or perhaps even cost her life.
I have loved each and every book in this series.
The stories, the characters, the setting of The Enchanted
Village are perfect. I have embraced the magic and the wonder
that Heather Blake has spun into all of the tales. This is
just the right book to end the series with closure. Happy
When I first read that this is indeed the
last of the Witchcraft Mysteries my heart sank. I came to
the realization that as avid readers we have all been blessed
to have had the opportunity to get to know Darcy and Harper
and Ve and Nick and Mimi and so many others. All of the books
will retain a special place on my bookshelves for years to
It is said that when one door closes another
will open. I hope this holds true for books as well. The Wishcraft
Mystery series is over, but in my heart, I know that Heather
Blake will soon open a door to share new characters and new
stories. I will eagerly await whatever comes next.
Thank you, Heather, for creating these books.
Thank you to Crooked Lane for publishing some of the works
of this talented author.
of other titles in this series
Takes a Witch
Bad, and the Witchy
Some like it Witch
with the Witch
Reviewers Notes: The author also writes as Heather Webber
and she has authored several series.