Jan 21, 2019

Snitching witches get stitches…

Hello my cozy friends,

Today I am reviewing "Spellbooks and Stakings" (Magic and Mystery Book 2) by Lily Webb.

Published January 14th 2019
Genre: Cozy Mystery

Snitching witches get stitches… 

Zoe Clarke is going back to school. After learning she’s telepathic and risking her life to solve a paranormal murder, she’s been invited to the prestigious Veilside Academy of Magic to sharpen her newfound powers.

But not all the students are spellbound by Zoe, and it isn’t long before she realizes the Academy is brimming with exceptional witches and warlocks—who are as cutthroat as they are talented.

So when Zoe’s new favorite vampire professor is found in a pile of ash, all spell breaks loose.

Between troublemaking witches and a jealous staff, Zoe knows whoever the murderer is, they aren’t finished handing out suspensions.

Can Zoe work her magic to reveal the killer? Or will she fail the ultimate test?

If you like backstabbing witches, bloodthirsty warlocks, and magical murder mysteries, then you’ll love this lighthearted second entry in Lily Webb’s spellbinding series.

This is the second book in the Magic and Mystery series. If you like witty witches, catty talking cats, and magical murder mysteries, then you’ll love this second addition to Lily Webb’s spellbinding series.

The protagonist Zoe is strong, intelligent and witty, she finds herself immersed in a world of magic and paranormal beings in Moon Grove N.C.  In this installment Zoe has been enrolled in Veilside Academy of Magic to sharpen her newfound powers. So when Zoe finds her new favorite vampire professor in a pile of ash, she feels compelled to find out who did it.

I really enjoyed this book, there was lots of twists and turns throughout, I found myself once again not wanting to put it down.  I like how the author is starting to flesh out the characters more as well as the village of Moon Grove, I can imagine the place in my mind and what some of the main characters look like. The characters are well-rounded which I find is equally as important to a story as the plot I felt for Zoe and what was happening.  I highly recommend to fellow Cozy Mystery fans who enjoy a bit of magic and paranormal thrown in. Cant wait to read book 3.

My rating
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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