Sunday, November 9, 2014

Book Review: Charms And Chocolate Chips, by Bailey Cates

Charms and Chocolate Chips (A Magical Bakery Mystery, #3)Charms and Chocolate Chips by Bailey Cates
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Charms And Chocolate Chips, by Bailey Cates
★★★ and 1/2 (rounding up to 4)

Synopsis: A HALF-BAKED HEX. Between brewing magically spiced treats at Honeybee Bakery and volunteering with a local conservation group, Katie Lightfoot barely has time to see her boyfriend, much less delve further into her destiny as a witch. But avoiding her fate won’t be as easy as whipping up a new recipe—especially when Katie finds herself once again mixed up in murder.
When a fellow volunteer for the conservation group is found dead, Katie’s mystical senses tell her that there’s more to the death than meets the eye. Her suspicions are confirmed when members of her coven are targeted next. Katie will have to embrace her powers quickly...or she may find herself chewed up and spit out by some serious black magic.
In A Sentence: Basically the same stuff I said about the last book

No More Love Triangle! My main problem with the previous book was that there was an intense love triangle, which I despise. But now, no more! That's right, Katie has chosen between her two lovestruck hunks, and it may not be the one you expected. The rest of the book was the same as the other books in the series; fun, relatively uppity, nothing too dark or though-provoking, but still pretty good.
Still Not A Fan Of The Narrator Though I'm really not a fan of the narrator of the audiobook. Her voice is husky, and she doesn't give much of a differentiation between thought and speaking aloud, or between different characters.
Overall: Seriously, read the series if you like mysteries and witches. It's worth a look, and the books are pretty quick. Have fun!

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