Darcy's closest friend and fellow witch, Starla Sullivan, hoped she'd never see her ex-husband, Kyle, again. Two years ago he tried to kill her, and he has been a fugitive ever since. Now Starla claims to have seen him back in Enchanted Village, but it seems she's the only one who can see him. To everyone else, her ex is invisible. Darcy only wishes his motives were as transparent as the rest of him. Since the police can't arrest someone they can't see, it's up to Darcy to find the secret behind Kyle's latest disappearing act - before he does something they can't see coming.
©2014 Heather Webber (P)2014 Tantor
I really enjoy reading Heather Blake's books, I also really like the books she writes as Heather Webber. In fact, I had already read The Goodbye Witch when the audio became available and I purchased the audiobook thinking it was the one I hadn't read.
Maybe it's because I've read these characters and have a preconceived opinion of them, but I was not thrilled with the voices the narrator gave them.
Top 10 out of over 60 audio books.
The ending was very satisfying. I was a bit worried about some developments (with Mrs. P in particular), but it was handled so well that instead of being sad I was really happy.
That's hard to answer. Often in a book, the main character is generally the one you relate to the most, but Heather has developed the other characters so well throughout this series that I feel like they are all friends. Darcy, Nick, Mimi, Harper, Mrs. P, Evan, Starla, Vi, Godfrey....and the list goes on. And of course the familiars are so adorable - I'm crazy about Archie and Pepe. I think it would be difficult for me if any of these characters disappeared from future books.
I wouldn't say extreme....I was totally involved in it from start to finish. It was a feel good book that was fun to read and I definitely want to hear more from Darcy and the gang.
I have read other series by Heather (as both Heather Blake and Heather Webber), but so far this is the only series in audio book. I don't have a lot of time to read, but I can listen to audio books when driving or doing other tasks. So I hope that more of Heather's books end up in audio
Proud book worm!
Amazing Author and even more amazing series. The character growth and interactions never miss a beat and I love all the little surprises. Darcy is once again flung into another murder to solve but this time with the blessing of the Elder. Which puts her arch rival Glinda's nose out of joint even further with her. Oh yeah...the jealousy still oozes from her over Darcy.
Given this time the murder is pointing fingers at Darcy's best friend Starla, Darcy goes out of her way to solve it. It all embroiling Starla's X husband and he being the corpse found in Starla's home. Ooops!
Also, the side story with Mrs. P, Archie and Pepe continue on and it is one heck of a side story....I'll just let you hang on that and read the book.
The book as a whole didn't drag, didn't dull one moment. There were the, "Oh no you didn't!" moments and "Oh heck no!" ones too and let's not forget the a few tears and sniffles at one point.
Read it...it's not a disappointment....I do suggest that if you haven't read the previous ones...read those first....you'll understand more. :)
now to see id i can din one of her other series. one two three four five six seven eight.
Well written keep you wanting more can't wait for the next book to be released the narrator does a wonderful job in pulling you into each of the characters
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