Audiobook review of Quit Your Witchin

Posted December 22, 2016 by Stormi in Audiobook Reviews, Book Reviews / 4 Comments

Audiobook review of Quit Your Witchin

I received this book for free from Tantor Audio in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Quit Your Witchin' (Witchless In Seattle Mysteries #2) by Dakota Cassidy
Length: 6 hours
Published by Author Pages: 189
Format: Audiobook
Source: Tantor Audio

Narrator: Hollie Jackson
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"“Hands off, Sticky Fingers Louise. No touching evidence. You do remember how that went down the last time, don’t you? Think Montblanc pen and accusing someone unjustly.”
There's been another murder in Ebenezer Falls, Washington State, and Stevie, Winterbottom, and Belfry are on the case…sort of! USA Today bestselling cozy mystery author Dakota Cassidy's newest addition to the Witchless In Seattle Mysteries, Quit Your Witchin' is a hilarious thrill ride of food trucks, suspects, and spirits for our intrepid spy-in-training. This whodunnit will keep you guessing from beginning to end!
Poor Tito the Taco Man…it’s “nacho” lucky day…
Yo quiero taco man!
Hello again! It’s me, Stevie Cartwright, ex-witch and new Madam Zoltar! I was fresh off the murder-suspect list and just settling into MZ’s psychic medium shoes-with the help of my bat familiar Belfry and spirit spy Win-when another death rocked sleepy little Ebenezer Falls, Washington State.
Tito Bustamante, my beloved purveyor of mouth-watering Mexican munchies, has been found dead in the food truck court! Rumor has it Tito was stickin’ his chimichanga where it didn’t belong, and my gut-not to mention his less-than-natural death-says murder.
No one is above suspicion. Not Tito’s own wife and daughter, not his arch food truck enemy Jacob…certainly not the son Tito didn’t know about, newly arrived in Ebenezer Falls and getting cozy with my hired help.
Do join me (and try not to point and laugh) as I juggle catching a killer with the home renovations from hell, snooping for clues about Win’s previous life, gabbing with and eavesdropping on the locals, and enduring a visit from my very unwelcome, very annoyingly gorgeous ex-coven leader-all while continuing to adjust to my new witchless existence!
This cozy mystery has a complete cast of oddball characters from witches to ghosts and bats to psychics. Witchless In Seattle Mysteries is a spin-off of Dakota Cassidy's bestselling paranormal romance series, A Paris, Texas Romance."

Also by this author: Talk Dirty To Me, Witch Slapped, Dewitched (Witchless In Seattle #3), The Old Witcheroo, Prawn of the Dead, Play That Funky Music White Koi, How the Witch Stole Christmas


What I thought of this book.

Quit Your Witchin is book two in the Witchless in Seatle mystery series and I must say that I enjoyed it a lot more than I did the first one.  I think mainly because I new that the voice of Belfry was going to drive me crazy but I was prepared for it and just let it go and enjoyed the story.

Stevie has taken over for the lady who died in the previous book as the new madam Zoltar. With Winterbottoms as her ghostly insite into the afterlife she helps people talk to their loved ones that have past. Things go a bit weird when her favorite taco man is killed and his wife wants to talk to him.

Stevie, Winterbottom and Belfry (her familiar even though she is no longer a witch) are out to solve who killed Tito the taco man.

Dakota Cassidy is one of my favorite authors and for me this series started out a bit rocky but I think it was just getting use to the narrator and the voice she uses for the bat belfry. I enjoyed this one a lot it was a lot of fun like and I think Winterbottom is probably my favorite character as Stevie wouldn’t be nearly as interesting without him.

If you like your cozies with a bit of paranormal and humor you will probably enjoy this series.

The Narrator:

Hollie Jackson is a decent narrator and I am starting to get use to her as some times it just takes more than one book to decide on a narrator and series. Can’t let one sqeally bat voice ruin everything…lol.

Audio Rating: 4

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4 responses to “Audiobook review of Quit Your Witchin

    • Stormi

      It’s a lot of fun, I love Winterbottom the British ghost. I just thought but the squeaky voice could just be because I listen to it on a faster setting but then it must be squeaky to come out really squeaky on a faster setting…lol. 🙂

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