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Bewitched, Bothered, and Biscotti (Magical Bakery Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 24, 2013

    Very enjoyable

    Above average mystery series for those who enjoy a little magic with some well plotted suspense.

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  • Posted July 6, 2013

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    Bewitched, Bothered and Biscotti

    This second book in the "Magical Bakery Series" continues on where the first book ended. Again, it is an enjoyable, light, cozy mystery with a dash for magic and food to keep things palatable.

    I enjoyed reading about Katie Lightfoot's experiences as she begins to deal with the reality of herbal witchcraft.

    Easily recommended for readers who like cozy mysteries.

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  • Posted April 13, 2013

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    BEWITCHED, BOTHERED AND BISCOTTI by Bailey Cates was a great S



    BEWITCHED, BOTHERED AND BISCOTTI by Bailey Cates was a great Savannah mystery. Katie Lightfoot had recently discovered she was a witch and it ran in the family. She owned a bake shop and the customers get more then just cinnamon in their biscotti. The baked goods were baked with love and magic. While on a date with one of the two men in her life, Katie discovered a dead body, but this was no ordinary dead body. The man had a strange tattoo that Katie felt odd about as soon as she saw it. That was when things began to get even more interesting. A lot of new people in town, more murders and talk of a druid clan running the streets of Savannah.

    This was a nice mystery and I enjoyed the talk of baking in the book. I was thrilled to find recipes for the famous cola cake that was featured in the book. I will definately be baking that soon.

    Rating: 4

    Heat Rating: sweet

    Reviewed By: Rae

    My Book Addiction And More

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  • Posted March 8, 2013

    Fun to read. I enjoyed it as much as the author's first book: &q

    Fun to read. I enjoyed it as much as the author's first book: "Brownies and Broomsticks." Will certainly read additional books from this author. I'm looking forward to the next book in this series.

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  • Posted February 8, 2013

    Quick & Fun Read

    This was a quick, easy read that kept me entertained. Enjoyed it enough that I'm ready for next book in series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 19, 2013

    Enjoyable read

    Enjoyed reading thus book look forward to nore from this author

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  • Posted January 5, 2013

    B, B, and B is the second in A Magical Bakery Mystery series by

    B, B, and B is the second in A Magical Bakery Mystery series by Bailey Cates.

    This is a very enjoyable series that doesn't delve deeply in magic, ghosts or witches. I feel it is just enough to make for and interesting story and food for thought.

    Katie Lightfoot and Declan McCarthy, along with Mungo(her familiar) are having a delicious breakfast picnic at the park when it is ruined by the discovery of a dead man. She sees a tattoo on the dead mans arm that appears to be tied to witchcraft. Katie soon contacts Steve Dawes, who is a witch himself, and learns that the man is a member a secret society which has ties to witchcraft. Steve knows the group and warn Katie to not go looking into the group. But having found the dead man, this is not something she can do.

    It is soon learned that a book called Spell Of Necretius is missing form the dead man's library. The book contains a spell that can summon a very dark spirit. add to this, some pumpkins fell off a balcony, narrowly missing Katie and an episode where spirits had gotten into her mind, convinces her to get help from the spellbook club.

    Very exciting book and delicious sounding recipes are included.

    Looking forward to book three.

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