Wedding Bells and Deadly Spells

Touch of Magic Mysteries Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Amanda Ronconi
Series: Touch of Magic Mysteries, Book 3
Length: 4 hrs and 1 min
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A drop of poison is all it takes to bring the biggest wedding of the season to its knees.

Anastasia Winters adheres to the adage that the show must go on, but when the groom of her latest wedding drops dead before "I do," she's left with no backup plan.

Things get even stickier when her friend and esteemed caterer, Francois, is named the top suspect.

Ana's loyalties are tested as the investigation turns into a vicious tug-of-war. She believes Francois is innocent, but holding the other side of the rope is the lead detective - her serious boyfriend - and the more she struggles, the more her own chance at happily ever after starts to unravel.

It's up to Anastasia to find the killer, while gripping tightly to her relationships before they break and leave her with nothing.

©2019 Danielle Garrett (P)2019 Tantor

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Love it

Great series!! Loved the author and the narrator!!!!
Can’t wait for more to come !!! it funny’s

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as always, Danielle doesn't disapoint.

Loved it ❤️ Characters are well developed. Amanda does a awesome narration. A fun read.

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Love it

Love this story just wash that it had been much longer then it was definitely leaves you on a happy note

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Thanks Amanda Ronconi

I love Amanda Ronconi’s narration so much I decided to give Danielle Garrett a try. I’m so thankful I did!

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GREAT FUN READ

LOVE THIS LATEST BOOK IN THE SERIES. MORE MURDER AND MAYHEM, BUT MIXED WITH SOME EXCITING CHANGES, AS WELL. I CANNOT WAIT TO SEE WHAT THE FUTURE BRINGS FOR ANASTASIA, CALEB, AND HARMONY.

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Favorite Volume Yet Except For the Mystery Reveal

So although I had started as a naysayer of this series it has grown on me and in this volume I felt as though it hit it's stride. Anastasia, the wedding planner/witch/protagonist felt much more three dimensional and real in this volume and the dynamics with her partner, friends, work colleagues, and sister felt more developed by this point and not as stilted. There is some very satisfying moments that have been culminating for the whole series so far and I found myself rooting for and wanting to high five the character in moments. The mystery was more engaging to me in this one and the pace is fast so there is no drag in the story. The only thing that really, really killed it for me was the extremely contrived and unrealistic crescendo of the action and reveal of the mystery. I know there will always bit of break from reality in cozy mysteries but when the situation is so far out of the realm of what would ever really happen in any sort of police proceedings I get totally pulled out of the story and can't stop rolling my eyes. I think Danielle Garrett does a phenomenal job is addressing and working a much more realistic angle in her Beechwood Ghost Mystery series (which I 100% prefer over this series) but she seems to just not even try in The Touch of Magic Series. It is fun to see cross over characters of Holly from Beechwood Harbor Mysteries without you missing anything if you haven't read them. The magic element in these stories still seems more accessory then essential in these tales and I would really love to see more development with magic in the series overall. But again, I think this is the best volume of the series yet and for followers of Touch of Magic you will not be disappointed.