Welcome to Willow Hollow, Tennessee, where nothing’s worse than a witch who can’t magic… Except for a murder in the Taste of Magic Bakery.
The death of an obnoxious ghost tour guide in her aunt’s bakery lures Harper into searching for evidence to prove her aunt and her quirky friends innocent.
Yet Aunt CeeCee and the others were the only ones inside the bakery.
Suffering a sudden surge of wishcraft, Harper, along with her newfound familiar, examines clues surrounding the cupcake creation class gone wrong and delves into a mystery where the victim Lewanda Gail isn’t quite ready to move on.
In the meantime, Bub the familiar claims, “Trouble rode to town on a broomstick and is here to stay.”
And he has a lot to say… On nights of the full moon.
When a contest judge takes an eternal nap in the middle of the pie entries, fledgling witch Harper Dade discovers living in Willow Hollow can be murder.
The shifter sheriff of the magical town pulls Harper into the investigation. With more than the pie contest in jeopardy, the success of the town’s businesses is on the line.
A defective witch, she can’t face the truth about her heritage. Let alone cast successful spells or bake an edible pie.
Supernatural factions turn against one another. Likely suspects toss blame like magic bolts, and conspiracies better left buried are unearthed. Harper’s left with a curse and a talking cat, without a ghost of a chance of solving the mystery.
Yet she must, for the sake of Willow Hollow, make sure a murderer gets his or her just desserts.
The local sheriff stands accused of murder. Since a not-so-witchy witch is forced to investigate, trouble can’t be far behind.
With the local bear of a sheriff blamed for killing his former boss, Harper Dade sets out to solve the decade-old murder. Suspects abound, then a key suspect goes missing.
Under the watchful glare of the interim sheriff, Harper struggles to right the skewed magic suddenly invading their southern tourist town.
Residual hauntings, ghosts, and conspiracies overtake the town where Harper had hoped to live a simple life. But she’s fast discovering there’s no such thing when it comes to the Witches of Willow Hollow.
Dollars to donuts, the odds are against her. And, like sprinkles on top, a bad case of wrong-way magic, murder and mystery awaits.
A long-awaited Willow Hollow wedding. A happy event. Until Harper Dade, a witchy amateur sleuth, discovers the best man face-planted in the groom’s cake.
With Harper’s best friend’s fiancé a possible target as well, the wedding’s on hold.
But while on the run, the would-be groom holds on to his secrets like a dog—or in this case werewolf—guarding a bone. Thwarted at every turn, Harper struggles to come to terms with her past when her lowlife ex invades Willow Hollow.
Unless she solves the murder before the wedding cake goes stale, there may never be a magical happily ever after.
Willow Hollow faces its greatest challenge yet as a semi-reluctant witch’s past and a murder victim return to haunt her.
Which isn’t surprising, since a side effect of a lingering curse causes Harper Dade to manifest ghosts. But the current threat to the town’s existence brings a cauldron full of danger and is very much alive.
Still, at the end of the trail of ganache-smeared footprints, the discovered victim is not.
In this magical tourist town, Harper stands accused of murder.