A paranormal murder mystery for any age, bitter and sweet.
Bound by magic, bound by love, bound by murder…
In a family with two witchy sisters, Karin has never had magic. But when she finds a body in flighty, big sister Jayce’s coffee shop, a dark enchantment begins unraveling. And Karin and her small mountain town will never be the same.
As Karin works to untangle the murder, the knottier the mystery of her small mountain town becomes. Why are hikers vanishing in the nearby woods? Why are some people cursed with bad luck and others with good? And what is Jayce’s handsome new lawyer hiding?
With her sister’s fate hanging by a thread, Karin struggles to untangle the truth, and death stalks ever closer…
Follow the magic with the Doyle Witch trilogy, starting with book 1, Bound. Each book has its own complete mystery and romance told from a different sister’s point of view, and Bound, Down and Ground can all be enjoyed independently, with a magical storyline weaving through the three books.
If you’re a fan of Sookie Stackhouse, Practical Magic, and cozy witch mysteries, don’t miss Bound. Escape into the enchanting world of Doyle today.
Knot magic spells at the back of the book!
“In Bound, Weiss's first-in-series witch cozy, mystery and romance combine to create an original, grown-up novel of love, loss and enchantment. The mystery reaches a satisfying ending, while teasing out more to come on the supernatural front. Weaving her vast knowledge of magic and the human heart, Weiss creates a different kind of cozy that will keep you turning the pages.”
– USA Today Bestselling Author, Diana Orgain
Caught in the net
I wasn’t sure if I was bound to like this story and found I was tied up by the end. I need to know what happens next. Curses! Caught and Bound but in a good way...
This was great fun to read. It worked as a romance, a mystery, and a paranormal thriller. I enjoyed the “omens” and subtle signs placed throughout the story, and was especially pleased the author didn’t feel the need to explain them all. They spoke for themselves.
I felt left hanging with an unfinished story. Is there a next book continuing the search for Belle solving the mystery?