Audiobook review of Dewitched and The Old Witcheroo

December 27, 2016 Audiobook Reviews, Book Reviews 2

Audiobook review of Dewitched and The Old Witcheroo

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.

Dewitched (Witchless In Seattle #3) by Dakota Cassidy
Length: 6 hours and 30 minutes
Published by Author Pages: 209
Format: Audiobook
Source: Tantor Audio

Narrator: Hollie Jackson
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Ebenezer Falls, sleepy fishing village or murder central? The game's afoot in Dewitched from USA Today bestselling cozy mystery author Dakota Cassidy as Stevie, the powerless witch (or is she?), her bat familiar Belfry, and resident British ghost spy Winterbottom, hunt for a killer. Book 3 of the Witchless In Seattle Mysteries is a thrilling whodunit, and this time, it's personal!

I, ex-witch Stevie Cartwright, do hereby solemnly swear to avoid future murder-mystery shenanigans, nosiness, tomfoolery, and any further crazy killer inflicted pain to my person, so help me goddess…

Hah! Like I could help myself? But after busting my butt (literally!) on the last murder case in my beloved hometown of Ebenezer Falls, WA, I could use a nice long break. I was determined to take the time to enjoy the company of my bat familiar, Belfry; my British ex-spy ghost, Win; our adorable St. Bernard rescue, Whiskey; and of course our gorgeous home, Mayhem Manor, freshly and lovingly renovated.

Until shazam—a dead man invites himself to our fancy housewarming party! When my mother's husband number five ends up deep-sixed in my parlor, it's not like I can't NOT try to solve this mystery, right? Especially if I ever want Mom to leave so I can get back to my semi-peaceful existence.

But our work is definitely cut out for us this time. With Belfry's rascally bat family visiting and the two hundred or so guests, acrobats, mimes, cooks, catering staff, orchestra members—and a surprise guest who throws me for a loop in the house—suspects sure aren't a problem.

Looks like it's time for another spirit-filled, witchless adventure in Ebenezer Falls!

Also by this author: Talk Dirty To Me, Witch Slapped, Quit Your Witchin' (Witchless In Seattle Mysteries #2), Prawn of the Dead, Play That Funky Music White Koi, How the Witch Stole Christmas

  

Stevie, with the help of her bat familiar Belfry, her spy guy ghost Win decides to have a housewarming party. It seems no matter how hard Stevie tries to stay out of snooping those dead bodies just seem to find her and this one happens to be at her party and her mothers husband.

Stevie has her work cut out for her keeping her mother out of jail because she doesn’t have a sensitive bone in her body and was only married to Bart for his money (or she thought he had money), and moves right along to finding someone else to support her.

Bart was not whom he seems and it gets Stevie in a lot of trouble again when she comes face to face with a killer.

Dewitched was a lot of fun, Stevie is a great character and well rounded with her international man of mystery Winterbottom (Win), Belfrey and their new dog Whiskey. It has a lot of laughout loud moments as Dakota Cassidy is great at creating.

If you like cozies with a lot of humor you need to check this series out!

Audiobook review of Dewitched and The Old Witcheroo

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.

The Old Witcheroo by Dakota Cassidy
Length: 6 hours
Published by Author Pages: 249
Format: Audiobook
Source: Tantor Audio

Narrator: Hollie Jackson
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Ebenezer Falls, Washington…a sleepy burg or murder central?
The game is afoot...again, as amateur sleuth Stevie Cartwright plunges head first into another murder investigation. With twists, turns, and suspects aplenty, this one will keep you guessing from start to finish.
Just when you think you know your one-time International Man of Mystery turned ghostly confidant…
When last we met, dear friends, a man had come calling, claiming to be Crispin Alistair Winterbottom, my dead British ex-spy. A notion I'd find ludicrous, if the handsome imposter didn't, in fact, look exactly like my dead British ex-spy. But there's no time for that mystery when a quiet walk on our private stretch of beach turns up something far more pressing—another tragedy in my beloved small Washington town.
That's right. I, Stevie Cartwright, ex-witch turned amateur sleuth, have stumbled upon another murder. But this time it's closer to home, more personal, a victim who'd touched the hearts of so many in Ebenezer Falls, young and old. In fact, there's only thing more surprising than the victim…
The good man who's become the number one suspect.
Along with my Spy Guy Win, my bat familiar Belfry, our rescue dog Whiskey, and even an unexpected new friend or two, I'm jumping back into my Sherlock shoes to catch the cleverest killer yet!
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 series, A Paris, Texas Romance.

Also by this author: Talk Dirty To Me, Witch Slapped, Quit Your Witchin' (Witchless In Seattle Mysteries #2), Prawn of the Dead, Play That Funky Music White Koi, How the Witch Stole Christmas

Book three left me with a little cliffhanger as someone introduces themselves as Winterbottom, and looks exactly like the picture that Stevie had seen of her spy guy ghost. So I had to dive into this one and see what was going on.

Not only does Stevie have to figure out who this imposter is but she has found another body and it’s someone she knows and really liked. She was also the girlfriend of Dana Nelson, the cop that she loves to tease and be mad at. She knows he is a good cop and that he wouldn’t kill his girlfriend but all the clues leads to him so Stevie once again must find out what is going on.

Didn’t see the ending coming on this one as to who the bad guy was and I was a little shocked which makes it a lot of fun.

In this one, we get a new cast member as Stevie is sort of getting some of her witchy powers back and can hear more dead people in her ear. It just happens to be one of Win’s rivals a Russian spy that wants someone to talk to and so now she has two spies watching her back. 🙂

As far as the audios go I am all caught up on this series and it seems Cassidy likes to leave you hanging with a juice bit of information, so I can’t wait for the next one!! 🙂

Try this series!!! It’s a hoot! 🙂

The Narrator:

Hollie Jackson does a great job with this series and I thought she did a great job with a Russian accent, I know that had to be hard to try and learn. Still not a fan of her Belfry voice but I am getting used to it now…lol.

Audio rating: 4

Reading Challenge:

Reading this book contributed to these challenges:

  • Audiobook Challenge 2016
  • Cloak and Dagger 2016
  • Craving the Cozies 2016
  • Cruzin' Thru the Cozies 2016
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