To save her wedding date, Selena must prove her fiancé’s innocence…and find a murderer.
Wedding bells are ringing soon for Selena Marx and Calvin Standingbear, so with her plate already overloaded, a reality-show film crew tumbling into Globe, Arizona, barely registers on her radar, psychic or otherwise. The only thing Selena wishes she had is an extra hand to keep the show’s aggressively flirty host, Dillon James, at arm’s length.
Her bestie, Josie Woodrow, is over the full moon, sure that Monster Hunt will put sleepy little Globe on the map. But the show’s search for the legendary Mogollon Monster — this region’s version of Bigfoot — isn’t what makes headlines.
No, it’s the blood-spattered crime scene, starring Dillon James’ very dead body. The fact that something with huge claws ripped out his throat. And a strand of flimsy evidence that points a DNA finger squarely at Calvin.
Selena leaves no Tarot card unturned in her desperation to save her fiancé — and her wedding date. But all her cards and her pendulum can tell her is that the real murderer is close enough to breathe down her neck…and this monster won’t hesitate to kill again.
This review is of Wandering Monsters, book 6 in the Hedgewitch for Hire series, by Christine Pope.
I received an advance copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Selena Marx and Calvin Standingbear are such a cute couple. They hold hands and kiss whenever they see each other. Calvin is a member of the San Ramon Apache tribal police and Selena owns her own store. They are both good members of the society. So when Calvin is accused of murder, no one really believes it.
This book is more about being true to yourself and those you love than just solving a murder. Calvin doesn’t fly off the handle and get mad at everyone when he accused. He goes back to work and does what he is trained to do: protecting the public. Selena doesn’t give up on Calvin but knows he could never kill anyone and does everything in her power to find the real killer. Even the sheriff who isn’t on the best of terms with Selena does what he is supposed to do and follows the evidence.
The characters are well known to us from the other books in the series and the town of Globe becomes more real with each scene in the book.
This was a great addition to the series and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!