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It's been exactly two years since Katie and her aunt and uncle opened the Honeybee Bakery, where they serve delicious - and bespelled - treats to the good people of Savannah. After a dinner celebrating the bakery's anniversary, they all take a stroll along the waterfront and meet Aunt Lucy's friend Orla, a colorful character who has been telling the fortunes of locals and tourists alike for years.

The next day, Orla meets with what seems like a terrible accident, but Katie's witchy intuition tells her it was something more sinister. Together with her trustworthy coven and her firefighter boyfriend, she'll race to find out what happened to the unfortunate fortune-teller before the piping hot trail goes cold....

©2017 Penguin Random House LLC (P)2017 Tantor

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Looking forward to more Caity Lightfoot/McCarthy

The Bailey Cates books are are wonderfully written with details that bring it life. Love the narrator Amy Rubinate with her southern accents to her Haitian flare is a joy to listen to. Look forward to many more of Bailey Cates books in the Caity Lightfoot series. Sidenote it would be nice to see some of her recipes in the books

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  • Jenna
  • Edenton, NC, United States
  • 11-20-17

Fun and delicious easy listening

Great listen for a cozy mystery. Combination of fun characters, good food, mystery and intrigue all rounding out to be an easy, light-hearted listen. Easy to become interested in the characters as well as the outcomes.

Good narrator, with the exception of the children voices. Luckily, there are very few children voice lines, so that isn't a huge deal. Otherwise, excellent listen with good tone and mannerism.

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Another great addition to this series!

I re-listened to this entire series now that the 7th book is on Audible. Bailey has done it again. One more great ,fun book full of new witchy progress for all the characters . I can hardly wait for the next one.

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Waiting!

I love the whole series, can’t wait for the next book to come out. Hopefully it won’t be long for the next chapter in Katie and Deckland and of course Mongo’s lives. Thank you Bailey Cates and Amy Rubinate for a enjoyable listening experience. Fay

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and hopefully not the last

I left an actual written review for the first book gave each book in between five stars for a good reason and I'm now leaving one on this book because I truly am hoping that it won't be the last in this series however this is a serious that you will want to listen to in order if it all possible and I hope you enjoy it as much as I have

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  • sonia
  • Alexandria ,Virginia, United States
  • 11-11-17

Another good story

Katie is growing more comfortable with who and what she is, learning to channel her energy and power, which is nice. Although her life seems a tad boring to her, it is never boring to us. Declan, what a sweetie, we all need a Declan in our lives. Detective Quinn...surprise!
If you’ve enjoyed Katie’s previous adventures, trials and tribulations, you will certainly enjoy this one.
For those of you that enjoy sizzling sex, action and high adventure, this is not for you. This is slow, low key adventure and wholesome fun.

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  • Beatrice
  • Houston, TX, United States
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5 Stars

I have read every biok in this series and have enjoyed them all. Each book is entertaining and light with interesting characters and a good plot.

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it just can't get better.

every new book is better than the last. I enjoyed each and every one . they hold your interest from beginning to end.

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Too much exposition.

I've been a fan of this series from the beginning, and have given positive reviews, but this book is just short on plot. There are huge hunks of summary of the other novels. (Trust your readers to remember. Give hints to new readers and make them want to read from the beginning. These hunks of exposition bore fans and spoil new readers.)

There were some nice larger-arc moments, but if all the background and the step-by-step descriptions of how to dye an egg were removed, this would be a novella. Plus, I new who the villain was immediately.

It's disappointing.

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