“Kitchen Witch” Cassandra Hathorne doesn’t know what she’s getting herself into. To escape her mother’s relentless matchmaking, Cassie jumps at the opportunity to go on a book tour headlined by blockbuster horror novelist M. S. Kazimer. Even though Mick’s not one of her own kind, sparks fly between them.
But Mick has a secret more disturbing than Cassie’s own secret of being a real witch. A serial killer, one who’s been copycatting the murders in M. S. Kazimer’s books, is now stalking the tour. And Cassie must choose between keeping Mick’s love and protecting them all with her practical magic.
This was the first time I’ve read a Laurie Kuna book and I was very happy that I did, she’s a great writer you can depend on to give you some time off from reality to enjoy yourself.
She has created an intriguing story with witty dialogue, believable characters and well thought out plotlines. There’s enough romance to heat you up but her scenes don’t cross a boundary into porn. I like the surprisingly light layer of humor that helps to take the edge off the suspenseful side of murder.
I would’ve preferred a different ending but overall felt reading this was a good use of my time.
You really should pick this up, the first in a series, because it’s just a fun way to pass the time. Now you’ll have more to look forward to when you’re done with this.
Thank you to Netgalley and Belle Books for allowing me to review this book.
*synopsis and pic from netgalley.com
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