Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Any Witch Way You Can by Amanda M. Lee

Bay Winchester is having a tough week. As the local editor of Hemlock Cove's only newspaper, she just happens to be present when a body is found in an area corn maze. To make matters worse, the police believe the murder may have something to do with the occult. This wouldn't be a problem for a normal reporter, but since Bay is descended from a well-known line of actual witches, the town is understandably on edge. Between the suspicious townspeople, the befuddled police presence and that random hot biker guy that may or may not have something to do with the murder -- Bay has her hands full. When you add the typical family problems, multiplying ghosts -- and one monster of a zit that she's sure came from her aunt's curse -- Bay is just struggling to make it through the week. Of course, when the killer sets his sights on Bay, things could get a whole lot worse. From Goodreads.

This was a fun read. A paranormal cosy mystery. Well, there are ghosts and a few harmless curses that's all of the paranormal and the mystery more or less solves it self.
Bay and her cousins Thistle and Clove are as close as sisters and are bickering as much or more than any sisters do. The character I really liked is aunt Tillie who is the matriarch of the family and though she seems like she is crazy she hasn't quite lost it, she just likes to pretend. 

This book qualifies for:
2014 Ebook challenge
You Read How Many Books? Reading Challenge 2014
Goodreads Reading Challenge 2014
Crazy Challenge Connection Monopoly
Novel Books & Reading Challenges Tower Teams III
A Million More Pages Hogwarts Challenge

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