Author: Colleen Cross
Narrator: Petrea Burchard
Series: Westwick Witches #1
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Publisher: Self published
Length: 5 hours and 48 minutes
Release Date: August 21, 2017
My Rating: 4.5 Cups
Source: Audiobooks Unleashed
Blurb (from Goodreads):
A Westwick Witches Cozy Mystery Novel Cendrine “Cen” West has an intriguing secret. . .
Cen is a journalist descended from a long line of powerful witches who have inhabited the small town of Westwick Corners for generations. Except, Cen is a witch who craves an ordinary life, and as the family black sheep, she doesn’t even want to dabble in the craft. . . much to her troublemaking Aunt Pearl’s dismay.
Then days before Cen’s wedding to a “normal” guy, a visiting billionaire is murdered at her family’s cozy inn–and now all evidence points to her eccentric Aunt Pearl. If Cen hopes to prove her aunt’s innocence, she will have to embrace her own magic and do a little sleuthing. Yet her investigation only uncovers more questions than answers after she discovers a supernatural connection to the murder, a strange vortex beneath the town, and a disturbing secret about her gorgeous fiancée.
For help she turns to the town’s sexy new sheriff, Tyler Gates. But working with him only adds more complications to her already harried life once Cen starts feeling an overwhelming attraction to the no-nonsense man.
But are her feelings for Tyler real, or just the result of pre-wedding jitters? Cen will have to find out! And will the two of them be able to get past their personal baggage to solve the case in time to save her aunt?
*Disclaimer: I received a review copy from Audiobooks Unleashed in exchange for an honest review. This does not influence my rating or the content of my review
Cozy mystery with witches? Yes, please and thank you. My love of cozy mysteries is growing with every book I read, and I am always looking to read more and more books in this genre. Witch You Well is actually a reread for me, and I may have enjoyed it more on the second read, not only because I knew what was happening, but also because I could focus on other aspects of the story, and boy oh boy there’s a lot going on in this book.