Some Like It Witchy

Some Like It Witchy Wishcrafter Darcy Merriweather can charm desires into reality but as the national bestselling Wishcraft mysteries continue she won t be able to magically avoid trouble when death holds an open house

  • Title: Some Like It Witchy
  • Author: Heather Blake
  • ISBN: 9780451465887
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wishcrafter Darcy Merriweather can charm desires into reality, but as the national bestselling Wishcraft mysteries continue, she won t be able to magically avoid trouble when death holds an open house The Enchanted Village is abuzz when the old Tavistock house finally goes up for sale Darcy s friend Curecrafter Cherise Goodwin is hoping she will have the winning bid onWishcrafter Darcy Merriweather can charm desires into reality, but as the national bestselling Wishcraft mysteries continue, she won t be able to magically avoid trouble when death holds an open house The Enchanted Village is abuzz when the old Tavistock house finally goes up for sale Darcy s friend Curecrafter Cherise Goodwin is hoping she will have the winning bid on the home, but Darcy can t shake the feeling that something bad is about to happen and her magical instincts are usually right Sure enough, while Darcy and Cherise are looking at the property, they discover real estate agent Raina Gallagher stone cold dead on the floor Clutched in her hand is a gemstone amulet and, on the wall above her, a large red A While Raina had no shortage of enemies, there s also a dark legend about the house itself To track down the killer, Darcy must unlock the secrets of both the deceased and the estate and she ll need to act fast, because revenge is a deal that never closes.

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    1. This was a nice addition to Blake's Witchcraft Series. The Enchanted Village full of Crafters is a wonderful place, and I love all of the details the author writes about the community and its citizens. Darcy is a wonderful main character, and she is surrounded by other great secondary ones - Nick, Mimi, Ve, Starla, Evan, Cherise, and the familiars Archie, Pepe, and Mrs. P just to name a few. I enjoyed the storyline in Some Like it Witchy, and it sure kept me guessing right until the truth was re [...]

    2. At this point I am invested in the series. I want to see Darcy and Nick grow as a couple and find out what comes next with kooky aunt Ve. I love all the crafters she has befriended in town, getting their backstories as the series progresses. This book takes more of a turn in things and we learn about Darcy and Harper’s history.The mystery here felt a bit darker than previous books. There are far more sinister things afoot than expected. There are several breadcombs that drop in this book and I [...]

    3. I have started this review at least 6 times in the past few weeks. I cannot seem to find the right words to adequately review Some Like It Witchy. I may need to get Heather Blake to help me review her own book!The more I read of Heather Blake, the more I wish I was related to her. I always feel like I know Darcy, like I am her in a sense. Need to take a break from this universe and slip into another one temporarily? Read Some Like It Witchy. Having a bad day and need to heal your soul? Pick up a [...]

    4. Darcy and her cast of magical friends are back to solve another mystery in Enchanted Village.I love to curl up a Wishcraft Mystery. great escapism, and I know I'll end up happy at the end of each book:D One of my favorite cozy-mystery series!

    5. justadreamer24.wordpress/I really should have taken notes while I was reading this.I liked this book just as much as the rest of them.The town that is created is so cute and charming. I like how it’s filled with both magical people and non magical people. They don’t know who is magical and who isn’t.I also think that Darcy and her sister are so cute together.There’s not only the mystery of the book but the greater mystery of who the Elder is. Although I think I know who it is from the la [...]

    6. It seems like with this book Darcy learned more about the village and her place in it. I really liked the surprised that Darcy learned at the end. I think it is funny how all of Darcy's friends and family are starting to make fun of her for finding dead bodies. This time around I found myself being stunned with who the bad guy was, didn't see that coming nor the reason why.

    7. I was given a copy of this book for an honest and fair review.Let me start by saying that I adore this series. Heather Blake weaves a magical tale full of twists, turns, and fun in every book she writes. I had high hopes for this book and was not let down.This book starts out almost a year after her coming to the Enchanted Village. Darcy and her sister Harper have settled into their new hometown and are thriving. Ve is running for election because the current incumbent (a mortal, who knows nothi [...]

    8. Dollycas’s ThoughtsI LOVE THIS SERIES!!Darcy Merriweather is wishcrafter, meaning she can grant wishes, with the exception of bringing someone back from the dead or money. Boy, those are two wishes I wish for every day :) but she is able to grant some really wonderful wishes. She also runs a personal concierge business call As You Wish with her Aunt Ve.In this installment Darcy is taking care of the business and Aunt Ve is running for town council. As You Wish has been hired to help Curecrafte [...]

    9. I’m a long-time fan of Heather Blake’s, and this is one of my favorite series. Darcy Merriweather is a wishcrafter – she grants wishes for others in the magical village near Salem, MA. She’s always been drawn to the property near her aunt’s house, but it’s not until the current dies can anyone even enter the house. Even though she secretly wishes she could buy the house, she must help her good friend Cherise on her quest to have the winning bid on the property. But while touring the [...]

    10. I think this may be one of my favorite books in this series yet. There were more mysteries about the residents of the Enchanted Village and I loved the diamond heist tie in. It kind of gave a little history aspect to the book. Darcy is learning a little more of her past as well. As much as I have not liked Glinda I did like seeing a different side of her coming out. I like how Darcy is also thinking more about her future with Nick. I really like him and like that he is now letting Darcy do some [...]

    11. Another great Wishcraft mystery by Heather Blake. With growing anticipation I awaited the publication of Some Like It Witchy and thankfully I was not disappointed by the quality of the story and the continuing development of the characters.The writing was as always delightful. It contain a nice flow that had the reader feeling like the narrator was only speaking to the reader.The story itself was very concise, without any superfluous details that could distract from the loveliness of this series [...]

    12. This is a fantastic addition to the Wishcraft Series. It's always amazing how Heather Blake has intertwined all of the characters from the beginning so we learn new things about them in every book and “Some Like it Witchy” is no exception. Although new characters are introduced, some old favorites are given new dimensions that make the series even more interesting to read. The plot is steady and the writing is clear so you move through the book with ease and there are enough twists and turns [...]

    13. I LOVE this series! I've said before that I don't think Ms. Blake/Webber knows how to write a bad book, and this one is further proof of that. I've come to love all the characters in this series. They grow and change, which is such a great thing. In so many series that just doesn't happen. This was a great story and even though I had an idea whodunit, I think that just added to the story for me. The hints as to who the Elder is were good ones, so now I'm sure I know who she is. Anxiously awaitin [...]

    14. Another great read in the series that has the Disney-cute premise and the grown-up writing.Wordier review: jennoklikes/post/128193

    15. Just finished this bad boy today and have to say Blake is really coming into her own with this series. I've been reading since book one and felt like the series was good but had much potential to go and was really fluffy the first couple of books. But now with Some Like It Witchy things are really settling down more and Darcy(the main character) is turning into someone I not only LIKE to read about, but someone that is layered enough that I WANT to read about. So that aside on to my review.Synop [...]

    16. Another good installment of this series. It would be nice if Darcy could investigate just a plain old mystery though instead of always having a dead body turn up. If I lived in this village I think I'd steer clear of her.

    17. Some Like It Witchy is the sixth book in the A Wishcraft Mystery series.It was exciting to visit The Enchanted Village and Darcy Merriweather once again.Cherise Goodwin is interested in buying the old Tavistock house, that is two doors from where Darcy is living with her Aunt Ve, and has asked Darcy to do a walk-thru with her before she submits a bid on the home. The home is a classic fixer-upper and Darcy know Cherise can find a better house, but Darcy agrees to go with her. They arrive at the [...]

    18. It seems a beautiful day in the Enchanted Village, yet Darcy has a bad feeling that trouble is coming, and her instincts are proven right when she and her friend Cherise discover the body of Cherise's realtor, Raina Gallagher, upstairs in the Tavistock house. The house had only recently come on the market when its reclusive owner died. Rumors of hidden jewels from a famous heist decades ago have brought treasure hunters out of the woodwork, and Darcy must figure out whether they have anything to [...]

    19. This next book in the series is just as good or possibly better than the rest. In this installment, an old diamond heist comes to light and the supposition is that the diamonds are hidden in Enchanted Village, specifically in the Travistock house. Not only are they worth a lot of money, but can they also be magical? One of Darcy Merriweather’s aunt’s friends asks Darcy to help her check out the house in hopes of purchasing it. When they find the body of Raina Gallagher dead in the vacant hou [...]

    20. Thirty years ago a diamond heist ended in a shootout killing the thief. His heartbroken geocrafter fiance hid the diamonds in her house and set a spell that they would never be found in her lifetime. Now she is dead and there is a bidding war on her house. But when a realtor ends up murdered it is up to Wishcrafter Darcy and her police chief boyfriend Nick to solve the crime. But the investigating turns up more unsolved crimes. This is the fifth book in this series full of wacky, magical, loveab [...]

    21. Ms. Blake does it again, another highly entertaining mystery. I can't begin to say enough about this series and this book. Darcy is a character that I would love to hang out with, she is strong, capable and full of humor. I love her relationship with her aunt and friends. This book will take you on an adventure. It is filled with mystery and humor, you never know what is going to happen next, and there is plenty that happens, I don't want to hint at any of it for fear of spoiling something. The [...]

    22. This is the first in the Wishcraft Series that I have read but I instantly fell in love with Darcy and Aunt Ve. The town was spellbinding and the characters were focused and well written. I am usually more of a cooking cozy mystery reader but I think I am onto a new series. I found the suspense rise throughout the book and was surprised by the ending. I am super stoked to read the rest of the series and implore you to read if you like a well written and thought provoking mystery!

    23. Once again, Heather Blake has delighted me with another incredible story about Darcy Merriweather. I enjoyed diving back into the goings on in the Enchanted Village and catching up with all of the characters from the Wishcraft series. Darcy is a great character and learning more about her family history was very interesting. I highly recommend this series, especially if you like your mysteries with a little bit of fun and craziness!

    24. I have been waiting for this installment in the series and I was not disappointed. I loved how well the characters have progressed and how the author keep you guessing until close to the end. So many twists and surprises for Darcy with the hint of more to come. I enjoy the ongoing love hate relationship between Darcy and Glinda. It always adds that little bit of extra that helps make this series so special and unique. A truly exceptional read and experience.

    25. My favorite cozy mystery series EVER, and the latest installment is a perfect example of why. Heather does a marvelous job of character development, and you feel as if you actually know everyone who lives in The Enchanted Village. There is humor and romance along with the mystery, in just the right proportions. And the mystery is never one of those where you know who the killer was far too early in the book, eithere keeps you guessing until the final reveal every time.

    26. I love this series. I feel like I know everyone in the little magical town of witch crafters. While there are murders going on, they aren't too horrific, and I love Darcy Merriweather, the main character.Definitely start with book #1 in the series to understand the story line and because you'll most likely want to read all of them. They're a lot of fun.

    27. 3.5 stars. Another good installment in the series. I liked that a lot of background info. was revealed and I liked the mystery itself. I also like Darcy and Nick together and that there is no love triangle!

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