It’s the Elwin Flower Show, where witches throw the biggest garden event of the year. One little murder isn’t going to stop it.
Maybe not even two.
Witch Alma Bellrose’s life has finally settled down. After resolving a series of magical mysteries, she’s enjoying a quiet life with her dog and fae boyfriend, Seth.
But nothing ever stays quiet in Silverpool for long.
Right after her boyfriend leaves on a trip, there’s a supernatural attack on her home. When she rescues one friend, she learns of a sudden and suspicious death of another, leaving her reeling — and determined to find the killer.
Soon she’s at the Elwin Flower Show on the northern California coast, pretending to be a contestant in the biggest botanical event in the world — at least for the fanatical witches who participate.
One mystery turns into two, then three. She starts to doubt everyone, even her most trusted colleague. When she digs up a shocking secret, she races to protect the final target’s life.
And her own.
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Compelling and unputdownable, Hexed in Show has all the complex world-building, rich characterization, and page-turning twists that readers of Gretchen Galway’s Sonoma Witches series have come to expect.
Must Read- Alma is back!
I received an ARC copy from the author.
I would definitely recommend this series to anyone that loves with themed adventurous books!
First of all death literally follows Alma around everywhere she goes. It was a bit funny to imagine Darius as Dash. It was such an adventurous book I loved all the twists and turns. I definitely was not expecting the ending to turn out the way it did.
I do hope there is more coming with Sonoma Witch series! This is a series you definitely are not going to get bored with! The author keeps you on your toes!
Gretchen has done it again. The suspense, the clues, the murders by magic all to find out who the real villain is. I might be a slow reader but all could think about is getting back to my book.
I truly enjoy how Gretchen puts together mysteries. What a brain! At times I think I have solved the “who-done-it,” then another clue drops and throws my ideas out the door.
Great book, highly recommend.