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Publisher's Summary

Three full-length cozy mysteries in one Westwick Witches paranormal cozy mystery omnibus box set!

1. Witch You Well

Be careful what you wish for....

Dead billionaires are not good for business! Especially at Cendrine's wedding rehearsal and the witches' cozy family inn grand opening. Aunt Pearl's hexing has created one spell of a mess that even the town's sexy new sheriff might find a little too vexing. Cen must resort to her special blend of sleuthing and supernatural justice just to keep her family in check. But can she uncover the clues before the killer strikes again? 

2. Rags to Witches

Win, lose, or draw....

Cendrine is kidnapped by renegade witch Aunt Pearl, who is intent on avenging a friend’s untimely death. It's Las Vegas or bust...for all the wrong reasons. Project Vegas Vendetta quickly escalates into an all-out mob turf war as the witches are thrust into Sin City’s seamy underworld.

It’s not just the Las Vegas heat that’s scorching. One man is intent on winning Cen’s heart but she wants only the guy she left behind in Westwick Corners. All she has to do is solve a murder, out-magic her ornery aunt, and take down the Las Vegas mafia. What could possibly go wrong?

When organized crime meets unorganized magic, anything can happen!

3. Witch and Famous

Lights, camera, assassin....

A Hollywood movie shoot comes to town and journalist Cendrine is eager for a scoop. Her witchy family wants in on the action too, but shenanigans with the stars soon turn to Tinseltown tragedy.

Bodies are piling up faster than a coven’s worth of curses, and everything points back to Cen’s star-struck family. They will stop at nothing in their quest for supernatural stardom, even if that means meddling in a murder investigation.

Can Cen keep her family in check and unmask the killer before he strikes again?

Welcome to the wild, wild Wests!

©life + 70 years Colleen Cross (P)life + 70 years Colleen Cross

What listeners say about Westwick Witches Magical Mystery Box Set: Witch Cozy Mysteries Books 1 -3

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Fun full magical books

These books are absolutely fun, quirky and magical. I loved all three books. I loved the creative storylines and characters. I highly recommend this series to anyone who loves cozy mysteries. I received this audio book at my request and I am voluntarily leaving an honest review of my own volition.

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Absolutely delightful series

These Cosy whodunnit stories are quirky, fun, and clean! The characters as individuals are absolutely hilarious , as a cast they are utterly entertaining! Typically I listen to one story in a set and then come back to the next one after reading something else, but I listened to the whole set straight through. I can clearly “see” Colleen Cross chuckling to herself as she wrote some of these scenes. The narration is top notch! Ms. Burchard has a great range of voices, and she is very efficient in keeping the myriad of voices straight. She made the characters come to life. So much so, that I almost caught myself looking around to see if I could see Grandma Vi!

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Great story

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First time reading a book of this genre. I liked it. Had a little of everything in it. Wasn't the best I have ever read but i enjoyed it. Loved Aunt Pearl though!
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Aunt Pearl is really growing on me! Loved the way this story went! I cant wait to start the next book in the series.
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Great read! Complete shame that there's one book left and the series ends... I have fallen for the characters!

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I’ve listened to over 500 audio books, this one had the worst characters of all.

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This is a very okay storyline, and a decent way to pass the time. The characters were very frustrating to support from beginning to end.

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Great stories!!!!!!!!!

Loved these books, they were fascinating mysteries! Great voice acting, the narrator really draws you in!

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Enjoyed (kinda) the first, the rest were declining

The first book was okay, the main character, Cen, was kinda likeable and sympathetic. Aunt Pearl, who is a major character, is intended by the author to be a quirky, fun character, but I find her very manipulative, bossy, and unkind. I found Aunt Pearl to be so unlikeable, that I didn't finish the third book. Her machinations are persistent throughout each book. Plots are weak and only moved unpleasantly forward by Aunt Pearl. I wish Cen's mother was a more influential character.

Narrator is okay, can readily differentiate between characters.

As a person who loves re-reading good books, I returned this box set. There will be no nostalgic reruns here. I will be more cautious buying books by self-published authors.

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entertaining

This trio of books by was very well written and read. enjoyed listening very much.

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Very cute series

Narrator is really great! I found the main character herself annoyingly uptight but the supporting characters are quirky weird in a comical way. The mysteries kept me listening intently. I do feel something was missing. I wish the author would have went a little deeper with these characters. All in all lighthearted fun and kept my attention.

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Too much non-sense. Who would allow such continual lying and deceitfulness and continue to try to help. The picture of the aunts is terrible. After the drama in the first book why would that man still be mayor.

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  • 01-28-20

Fantastic box set

I was looking for something new, so when I was given the opportunity to listen to this box set for free, I grabbed the chance:
I was not disappointed, there is a mixture of sibling rivalry, rebellious offspring, romance and mystery.
I still think that Aunt Pearl is my favourite character, so far although so many of them make me chuckle.
All round easy read, can’t wait to listen to the next one.

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  • Pattwee
  • 07-20-20

mystery

Enjoyable series, well written. Would be enjoyed by teenage listeners
Narration was very good by Petrea Burchard

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  • Helen
  • 04-25-20

Brilliant book

I really enjoyed this audio book very much can’t wait for more audio books

Great book

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  • Frieda
  • 01-15-20

Great series.

1) A difficult and interesting family finds a murder victim on their premises... A whodunnit where you can't tell how you get your information but you need to share it. I listened on Audible and I loved how the narrator made the aunt to sound like Stockard Channing so that's how I pictured her and boy did it work!
2) Cendrine has a hard time with her family pushing her in ways she doesn’t want. Love the personal bit at the end, looking forward to what happens there! Such convoluting going on.
3) How the the aunts can meddle! And cause drama! Add a difficult ex in the mix. Lights, camera and action...

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  • jhanami
  • 11-19-19

Lovely series, great narration

I’m a big fan of Colleen Cross’ Katerina Carter series so I was curious how this genre switch would work for me - I have to say I greatly enjoyed it!
This series consists of wonderful, quaint, warm-hearted little stories with just the right mix of cosiness, magic, mayhem and murder.
Petrea Burchard is once again the trusted narrator and I just love her - she does elderly people particularly well so Aunt Pearl is just as much of a treasure to witchcraft as Uncle Harry is to financial crime!
All three volumes in this collection are amusing, entertaining and very easy to listen to.

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  • Bethany Gordon
  • 10-24-19

Amusing and light-hearted

These are fun set of mysteries set around the lives of the Westwick Witches.
Witch you Well - a light hearted, amusing story of the witches of Westwick. Cen is a reluctant witch but when one of the inn's guests is murdered, she has to result to her powers to help. With a great set of characters, I loved Grandma Vi, aunt Pearl and the "dog" you have a madcap range of characters all trying to do good in their own way, but causing havoc. This was a light hearted, easy listen, with a good narrator.
Rags to Witches - the second in the Westwick Witches mysteries. Full of the same great characters getting into all sorts of mischief and scrapes, the story was a bit overcomplicated this time so it wasn't such an easy listen. It still had the characteristic amusing moments though and the story moved on at a fast pace.
Witch and Famous - set around a movie shoot, where everyone seems to want to be the star, the Westwick Witches are back creating mayhem in this third book. I really enjoyed this book, it was entertaining, amusing, and mad all in one. With two aunts in town there is double the trouble for Cendrine to manage, along with helping to solve a murder. These books are really easy to listen to, the narrator does a great job with the voices and if you want a light amusing listen are to be recommended.

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  • Arkgirl
  • 10-01-19

Lovely, fun and comfortable cosy reads

A great and light set of magical mysteries with a good narrator.
Witch you well: Cendrine and her family make a great cast of characters with Aunt Pearl being a wonderful creation! They have a launch of their updated Inn and key people are needed to give glowing reviews/publicity but when one ends up date the madness begins and some magical elements give an extra layer to the story.
I listened to this story and the narration was great, it is a lovely start to what promises to be a fun set of cosy mysteries. I am looking forward to seeing what adventures Cen and the family have next.
Rags to Witches: Another fun mystery with the Westwick witches but this time we have Mobster action, gambling/Vegas casino setting, Pearl and her alter ego creating mischief plus many more magical exploits.
A great narrator and some interesting twists makes this a great listen/read. The story line gets a little over complicated at times but I love the family dynamics and think this is a series with plenty of scope for many more adventures.
Witch and famous: Magical movie mayhem this time, as Cen has another Aunt to deal with who is out to challenge her and her sleuthing skills!! Aunt Amber is as much of a handful as Pearl plus she thinks in her 60s she is about to become a leading lady in Hollywood. The tale unfolds with a great cast of characters and it definitely provides on the cosy mystery front!
This series is fun, engaging and they make for a relaxing listen with a good narrator.