Magic, murder, and mayhem at a high-society house party.
Recovering from a recent supernatural attack, twentysomething witch Alma has sworn off violence to devote herself to the old ways of magic—without hurting anyone.
But soon she’s drawn out of her cozy bungalow in the redwoods to investigate a murder at a high-society house party on the California coast. She’s forced to summon old powers and new, make allies she might not be able to trust, and face a shocking truth about her own identity. And maybe—if she can survive long enough—unmask a killer.
This book left me speechless
Just like the previous book, this one left me speechless. It also successfully kept me second guessing myself all the way to the end. I am not ashamed to admit that I didn’t see any of that coming. I loved watching the partnership between Alma and Birdie deepen. It was especially fun to watch Alma playing the role of “wise old witch” while training her friend. I’m fascinated by the all the new things we’re learning about Alma’s abilities as well as those of the people and beings around her. I’m already looking forward to seeing what mischief Alma’s going to get into next.
I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book from the author.