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A love struck cat, a wedding, and a hit-and-run murder—there's never a dull moment for P.I. (and budding witch), Jill Gooder. But how will she cope when the magic goes to a whole new level? A love struck cat, a wedding, and a hit-and-run murder—there's never a dull moment for P.I. (and budding witch), Jill Gooder. But how will she cope when the magic goes to a whole new level?


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A love struck cat, a wedding, and a hit-and-run murder—there's never a dull moment for P.I. (and budding witch), Jill Gooder. But how will she cope when the magic goes to a whole new level? A love struck cat, a wedding, and a hit-and-run murder—there's never a dull moment for P.I. (and budding witch), Jill Gooder. But how will she cope when the magic goes to a whole new level?

30 review for Witch Is When Everything Went Crazy

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kay (Brigidsmomma) Compton

    Soooooo funny! A dead witch is getting married, and her daughter Jill has to be in two places at once... her dead mum's wedding and her living adopted sister's all day birthday party. Seeing her go from one scene to the other and back again is hilarious. The only character in the whole series that I don't really like is the sister, Kathy. She is sooooo self-centered and violates every rule about sisterhood imaginable... This series is a real scream, in that it's sooooo funny. Can't wait for the Soooooo funny! A dead witch is getting married, and her daughter Jill has to be in two places at once... her dead mum's wedding and her living adopted sister's all day birthday party. Seeing her go from one scene to the other and back again is hilarious. The only character in the whole series that I don't really like is the sister, Kathy. She is sooooo self-centered and violates every rule about sisterhood imaginable... This series is a real scream, in that it's sooooo funny. Can't wait for the next book in the series to come out!

  2. 4 out of 5

    JadeShea

    Jill is taking on a lot of responsibilities in this one. She has her sister's birthday to go to on the exact same day as her dead mother's wedding. Yes, I'm afraid you did read that correctly, and it is beyond funny to read about. Also, she has several cases to solve, a talking cat, and a talking dog, and this one ends in a little bit of a cliffhanger. I really thought this one was very good. I enjoyed Jill's character, and how she is changing in each book. I also really enjoyed the mysteries in Jill is taking on a lot of responsibilities in this one. She has her sister's birthday to go to on the exact same day as her dead mother's wedding. Yes, I'm afraid you did read that correctly, and it is beyond funny to read about. Also, she has several cases to solve, a talking cat, and a talking dog, and this one ends in a little bit of a cliffhanger. I really thought this one was very good. I enjoyed Jill's character, and how she is changing in each book. I also really enjoyed the mysteries in this one, and I can't wait for more.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Debbie

    I'm hooked on this series, and each book has been getting better. The world building has improved, Jill has gotten a bit more character, her sister has become less annoying (though still annoying), and the mysteries are still entertaining. I think Abbott's hitting her stride. The cliffhanger at the end made me want the next book right away. Also, I have now realized there is any entire mystery subgenre of cozy witch mysteries. Who knew? I'm hooked on this series, and each book has been getting better. The world building has improved, Jill has gotten a bit more character, her sister has become less annoying (though still annoying), and the mysteries are still entertaining. I think Abbott's hitting her stride. The cliffhanger at the end made me want the next book right away. Also, I have now realized there is any entire mystery subgenre of cozy witch mysteries. Who knew?

  4. 4 out of 5

    Arnaud

    Continues to deliver :-) Highly entertaining, the author seems to enjoy torturing her main character into embarrassing or funny situations. Loving it! Plots (or investigations in this case) are solid too. Characters development is getting quite interesting now that we get to know more about the Followers and what they call TDO (no spoilers!)

  5. 4 out of 5

    Whit

    As much as I am enjoying this series... the whole “time doesn’t progress in the human world when you’re in the witch world” really should have fixed the wedding/birthday dilemma.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lori Colwill

    These books are a fun and fast read. I really enjoy them when I need to relax and unwind.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    This was a strong 3rd book. I've enjoyed this one the most out of the series so far. There were less mentions of her aversion to mixed biscuits and other OCD tendencies and more focus on the story which was nice. The story it weaved was enjoyable and entertaining and I'm enjoying the characters. This was a strong 3rd book. I've enjoyed this one the most out of the series so far. There were less mentions of her aversion to mixed biscuits and other OCD tendencies and more focus on the story which was nice. The story it weaved was enjoyable and entertaining and I'm enjoying the characters.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Krystyna

    Another case another dollar Grandmother from hell, problem cat and a new case. Can she solve it whilst keeping everyone happy. Great fun paranormal cozy.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Meg

    Another fun installment in this easy, breezy series. And sometime that's just what you need. Another fun installment in this easy, breezy series. And sometime that's just what you need.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    This was a good book how ever I do wish the author had done more to make it more interesting.I look forward to reading more of this author's work. This was a good book how ever I do wish the author had done more to make it more interesting.I look forward to reading more of this author's work.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Imjussayin

    Witch Is When Everything Went Crazy: A Witch P.I. Mystery Book 3 Read in chronological order. The Protagonist: Jill Gooder is a private investigator with a difference; she is a level II witch in training. Jill, is feisty and fun. She works at being a detective and solving cases by application of logic, magic of course and a little luck. The cases consist of the natural and supernatural, or the paid and unpaid, but they are always a laugh. The Plot: Jill is hired to find out who is responsible for t Witch Is When Everything Went Crazy: A Witch P.I. Mystery Book 3 Read in chronological order. The Protagonist: Jill Gooder is a private investigator with a difference; she is a level II witch in training. Jill, is feisty and fun. She works at being a detective and solving cases by application of logic, magic of course and a little luck. The cases consist of the natural and supernatural, or the paid and unpaid, but they are always a laugh. The Plot: Jill is hired to find out who is responsible for the hit and run death of an old lady, just before she changed her will. That's a paid job. On the other hand, she has to trace Norman Reeves who ran away with the holiday fund, find her late mother's wedding ring, find Wonky the cat's missing feline friend and be a target for a vampire. All for free. No wonder the accountant is being called in. Jill's business is busy, so is her social life, for a change. She has a hen night to attend and her dead mother's ghost wedding at the same time as her adoptive sister's birthday celebrations. Two places at once? Good thing she is a witch. There is never a dull moment. Well nearly never. Winky, the one-eyed cat, is annoying and Barry the dog is tedious. That said, Barry's scene was entertaining in this book. Witch Is When Everything Went Crazy is another entertaining, well-written story by Adele Abbott. Fun and fluffy it's an enjoyable read. Recommended. Connect with me on Twitter Follow my blog on Bloglovin’ Book Rating Sexual Content: U Language: U Violent: U Would I read the next one or reread ?: Yes My rating system (* = star) 0* Could not finish this book (waste of time) 1* Finished the book but didn't like it. 2* Finished the book it was okay. 3* A good read worth your time. 4* An excellent read often with a novel concept or unusual plot. 5* A magnificent read. A prominent example of the genre.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Vicky D.

    Just fun to read.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Heather Whitt

    The book is okay, I'm hoping hey get better as the series goes on. There are a few items that bother me about the book. Time stands still in candlefield so why was she so worked up about her sisters birthday being the same day as the wedding, no one in the whole time knows zero about the dark one? Also, how does she have money for everything and she is barely working? I'm still going to continue the series I like it enough to continue I just hope some items are explained more. There are a few sc The book is okay, I'm hoping hey get better as the series goes on. There are a few items that bother me about the book. Time stands still in candlefield so why was she so worked up about her sisters birthday being the same day as the wedding, no one in the whole time knows zero about the dark one? Also, how does she have money for everything and she is barely working? I'm still going to continue the series I like it enough to continue I just hope some items are explained more. There are a few scenes that made me chuckle.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Aleea J. Brewer

    Slow to start, lots of characters, improved greatly by this third book I really enjoyed learning all the characters in the course of reading the first two books. Our heroine is becoming more comfortable with her double life. I'm fairly sure the main, consistent characters are established so the story will be more fun. On to #4. Slow to start, lots of characters, improved greatly by this third book I really enjoyed learning all the characters in the course of reading the first two books. Our heroine is becoming more comfortable with her double life. I'm fairly sure the main, consistent characters are established so the story will be more fun. On to #4.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Nicola

    Well, I guess I'm officially hooked. I didn't love book 3 as much as the first two. Jill had (IMO) too many cases going on at once and I was confusing the suspects. However, I enjoy the banter she has with Maxwell, love the one eyed cat and can't wait to see what Grandma does next. This series passes the time while I read something more serious. Well, I guess I'm officially hooked. I didn't love book 3 as much as the first two. Jill had (IMO) too many cases going on at once and I was confusing the suspects. However, I enjoy the banter she has with Maxwell, love the one eyed cat and can't wait to see what Grandma does next. This series passes the time while I read something more serious.

  16. 4 out of 5

    John S Roth

    Okay, I'm Hooked! I am officially a fan of author Adele Abbott, whose series, "A Witch P.I. Mystery Series" is clever, well written, and quite humorous with great, down to earth characters . As I write this, I've already purchased Book 4! Great read, highly recommended! Okay, I'm Hooked! I am officially a fan of author Adele Abbott, whose series, "A Witch P.I. Mystery Series" is clever, well written, and quite humorous with great, down to earth characters . As I write this, I've already purchased Book 4! Great read, highly recommended!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    This series is so much fun! So far, even the annoying characters (Grandma and Mrs V) are at least amusing. I'm glad to see that Jill and Detective Jack Maxwell are moving from an adversarial to more of a dating relationship. Errors found in Kindle text (mostly comma usage): p. 12, If you want something doing (something done) ; p. 31, why focus on the (focussing on) ; p. 36, are you Lizzie? (you, Lizzie) ; p. 62, Her boyfriend, Battery, though (boyfriend Battery, though) ; p. 62, --no really-- (no This series is so much fun! So far, even the annoying characters (Grandma and Mrs V) are at least amusing. I'm glad to see that Jill and Detective Jack Maxwell are moving from an adversarial to more of a dating relationship. Errors found in Kindle text (mostly comma usage): p. 12, If you want something doing (something done) ; p. 31, why focus on the (focussing on) ; p. 36, are you Lizzie? (you, Lizzie) ; p. 62, Her boyfriend, Battery, though (boyfriend Battery, though) ; p. 62, --no really-- (no, really) ; p. 64, How are you darlin'? (you, darlin') ; p. 64, If you needed a particular car stealing (car stolen) ; p. 86, I didn't think much to being old (much of being old) ; p. 89, threatening me, young lady or (me, young lady, or) ; p.90, only one eye isn't it (eye, isn't) ; p. 94, --hot too, (hot, too,) ; p. 95, Magical powers eh? (powers, eh) ; p. 96, I'd only had chance (had the chance) ; p. 97, Well for starters (Well, for) ; p. 98, nose breaking judging by (breaking, judging) ; p. 102, investigator aren't you (investigator, aren't) ; p. 104, Well thanks for (Well, thanks) ; p. 104, but sure knock (sure, knock) ; p. 107. is digital isn't it (digital, isn't) ; p. 108, in a few days time (few days' time) ; p. 123, I'm sorry dear (sorry, dear) ; p. 123, except Grandma of course (Grandma, of) ; p. 127, And, besides she told (And besides, she) ; p. 129, Well at least (Well, at) ; p. 131, Pearl you get (Pearl, you) ; p. 131, Amber you have (Amber, you) ; p. 133, You first Pearl (first, Pearl) ; p. 133, before her time that daughter (time, that) ; p. 135, behind Grandma who was (Grandma, who) ; p. 137, Nice though weren't they (though, weren't) ; p. 138, if I join you do you (you, do) ; p. 138, great night wasn't it (night, wasn't) ; p. 140, Open the door, Pearl or I will (door, Pearl, or) ; p. 142, stunner aren't you (stunner, aren't) ; p. 143, no Pug or Papillion (or Papillon) ; p. 144, Nothing most likely (Nothing, most) ; p. 145, Hi you two (Hi, you) ; p. 145, any consolation she gave (consolation, she) ; p. 148, He's right though (right, though) ; p. 151, Good eh (Good, eh) ; p. 152, Nothing dear (Nothing, dear) ; p. 159, for what eh, buddy (what, eh, buddy) ; p. 160, Come on Daze (on, Daze) ; p. 161, I wanted answering too (answering, too) ; p. 161, out of my way boy (way, boy) ; p. 169, with Peter who felt (Peter, who) ; p. 170, well she asked (well, she) ; p. 175, Coke please (Coke, please) ; p. 186, No sleep for me then (me, then) ; p. 188, What do they do then (do, then) ; p. 189, think they aren't doing? (aren't doing that?) ; p. 189, Or maybe, I'll eat (maybe I'll) ; p. 190, do much good did it (good, did) ; p. 190, No I haven't (No, I) ; p. 196, Okay, well thanks (Okay, well, thanks) ; p. 197, Hi guys (Hi, guys) ; p. 202, Come back Walter (back, Walter) ; p. 205, Good thing too (thing, too) ; p. 211, she hadn't called, had me (called had) ; p. 214, Nothing for me thanks (me, thanks) ; p. 215, to tell me though (me, though) ; p. 215, still working after all (working, after) ; p. 215, can I help you then (you, then) ; p. 216, Maybe, I should buy (Maybe I should) ; p. 216, Three Strikes Baby (Strikes, Baby) ; p. 223, hypothetically of course (hypothetically, of).

  18. 4 out of 5

    Chloe (Always Booked)

    Yet another very enjoyable read. In this one, Jill continues to try to balance her life between Candlefield (witch) and Washbridge (regular life). In this story, she has 4 cases-- and only one is paying! Someone hires her because an older woman was killed in a hit and run and they don't know who did it. The woman had planned to leave a good portion of her money to a dog show instead of her kids, so some suspect it may have been one of the kids. You find out that it was actually partially her doc Yet another very enjoyable read. In this one, Jill continues to try to balance her life between Candlefield (witch) and Washbridge (regular life). In this story, she has 4 cases-- and only one is paying! Someone hires her because an older woman was killed in a hit and run and they don't know who did it. The woman had planned to leave a good portion of her money to a dog show instead of her kids, so some suspect it may have been one of the kids. You find out that it was actually partially her doctor's fault. He had come to visit her and was upset with her because she (a judge in the dog show) favored some breeds and discriminated against some breeds, which included the breed his dog was. He made her upset and she ran into the street. As with all the stories, it feels like Jill just all of a sudden had an "Aha!" moment and figured it out, but thats okay- these are kind of cheesy and predictable reads so its to be expected. The other cases involve her secretary Mrs V, her cat Winky, and her sister. Mrs. V is all of a sudden dropping stitches and wants to know why someone has cursed her or what has been done to her needles. The cat (Winky) wants to know where his girlfriend cat went because she's not talking to him anymore. Her sister and her family were going to go on a family vacation but the man handling the money disappeared. She solves all of those cases and everyone is happy. Like the others, this book ends ona cliff hanger. Daze (another witch who works in the mortal world) tells Jill she arrested Drake (her witch boyfriend) 3 years ago... BUM BUM BUM! Also in this book, Jill has to be in 2 places at once- her moms wedding in Candlefield and her sister's birthday in Washbridge. She manages but its very exhausting!! I love how cute these books are and how much the pets are characters. Very enjoyable-- onto the next!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Henriette

    The strength of these novels mostly aren't the cases but the quirky characters. Jill is a mixture between Charley Davidson and Monk, while some of her OCD behavior can be annoying, her comments can be really fun. The storylines involving Winky, who uses semaphore to romance the cat across the street, Barry, on his best behavior to win at a dog show, and grandma, who wants to accompany the girls on a hen night or her marketing schemes for wool businesses, can be really fun. Personally, I think th The strength of these novels mostly aren't the cases but the quirky characters. Jill is a mixture between Charley Davidson and Monk, while some of her OCD behavior can be annoying, her comments can be really fun. The storylines involving Winky, who uses semaphore to romance the cat across the street, Barry, on his best behavior to win at a dog show, and grandma, who wants to accompany the girls on a hen night or her marketing schemes for wool businesses, can be really fun. Personally, I think the twins are annoying and the beanie stories have to stop, because they make Kathy seem like a selfish and above all cruel person. The cases were about a dog show and missing holiday money. The supernatural one was about a vampire using a dating service to find victims. Actually, they were way better than the last book but it would be better if she focused on one or one of each (real world and supernatural) and then put more into the foreground. As it is they completely disappear into the chaos of her life. E.g. every time the girlfriend of the guy who absconded with the holiday money was, I had to stop and remember who that is. For a cozy, the cases are too superficial, for a comedy the humor could be cranked up. As for a romance, while her relationship with Maxwell is starting to blossom, the bowling and ice skating was fun, he is barely in the books. Also, he is probably the worst cop/detective on the face of the earth, since he doesn't investigate at all. The fact that they are not on an equal footing makes him uninteresting as a love interest. Drake is even blender, besides the fact that I think he works for the dark one (a storyline that is barely mentioned).

  20. 4 out of 5

    Candy | Evianrei

    Another great book in the series! Absolutely LOVE the tone and humor in this world. Witch Is When Everything Went Crazy follows Jill Gooder, a P.I. and also a witch! Each book in the series catches you up pretty quickly but I recommend reading the previous books anyhow because you'd be missing out otherwise. Jill balances her life as a human and her life as a witch, and all the quirky happenings in between the many mysteries she has to solve. It can get a bit hectic when your human family can't Another great book in the series! Absolutely LOVE the tone and humor in this world. Witch Is When Everything Went Crazy follows Jill Gooder, a P.I. and also a witch! Each book in the series catches you up pretty quickly but I recommend reading the previous books anyhow because you'd be missing out otherwise. Jill balances her life as a human and her life as a witch, and all the quirky happenings in between the many mysteries she has to solve. It can get a bit hectic when your human family can't know you're a witch, but then your very witchy Grandmother opens a yarn/wool shop just down the street from your Detective Agency. That and people keep catching you talking to your cat and dog, does that cat have an eyepatch? (view spoiler)[Some of the characters I've dislikes previously are starting to become less annoying. Mrs. V is now a little more pleasant to read about so long as she's not intentionally losing Winky. Still not a fan of the fact she shut him up in a desk drawer, that lady is odd. I've also started liking Kathy more, even feeling bad for her this time around as she seems to be having a hard time. Jill is hilarious herself but I still wish she'd drop the white lies and just be blunt about stuff. Also really love the two different love interests building up for Jill, I honestly say I like both Drake and Jack, but I'm leaning towards Jack. Especially after the last lines of this book! I secretly hope Jack is a sup himself. (hide spoiler)]

  21. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Silk

    "A Very Funny Life For Jill" When Jill Gooder's father died, she'd taken over the family business as a private detective. Things can get complicated when she discovers she's a witch ... in training. No other person can know her secret, not even her sister, Kathy. In this third sequel she is involved with a hit-and-run murder, a one-eyed cat in love, a marriage, and a date with Detective Jack Maxwell which her sister has rigged ... she knows Jack and Jill are a good fit! But Jack and Jill almost h "A Very Funny Life For Jill" When Jill Gooder's father died, she'd taken over the family business as a private detective. Things can get complicated when she discovers she's a witch ... in training. No other person can know her secret, not even her sister, Kathy. In this third sequel she is involved with a hit-and-run murder, a one-eyed cat in love, a marriage, and a date with Detective Jack Maxwell which her sister has rigged ... she knows Jack and Jill are a good fit! But Jack and Jill almost hate each other, so the date just may be explosive! I love these fun stories. They keep me entertained and smiling. Have some fun yourself ... read all these stories about Jill, the funny witch!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Chani Overli

    Great if you HATE everything This could be a fun little series, but the protagonist, Jill, is annoying. She HATES everything, and is a bit shitty about it. Community theater? Hates. Circus (sans animals)? Hates. More than one type of cookie in a cookie jar? Hates. People dunking cookies? Hates. Her niece and nephew who she claims to adore? Hates. Anybody touching anything she owns? Hates. Jill just seems to be anti-social and unpleasant. And that isn't even getting into the "time in the outside w Great if you HATE everything This could be a fun little series, but the protagonist, Jill, is annoying. She HATES everything, and is a bit shitty about it. Community theater? Hates. Circus (sans animals)? Hates. More than one type of cookie in a cookie jar? Hates. People dunking cookies? Hates. Her niece and nephew who she claims to adore? Hates. Anybody touching anything she owns? Hates. Jill just seems to be anti-social and unpleasant. And that isn't even getting into the "time in the outside world doesn't move" when She is in the other world. Is it only for her? Because it seems to move for everyone else who is in the other world. It makes no sense. Of course, I could let that bit of illogic pass if Jill wasn't so irritating.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Tere Fredericks

    Witches Have Family, Too This series has me hooked. Jill, the new witch, has her hands full on both her witchy side and her human side. She has more non-paying customers than those who pay. One of them being her future father-in-law. How she fixes his problem is hysterically funny. Keeping her two families apart is the crazy part. I really, really love this series. In fact, I never give higher than a three on anything other than thrillers or really good books in other genres. This fits the other ge Witches Have Family, Too This series has me hooked. Jill, the new witch, has her hands full on both her witchy side and her human side. She has more non-paying customers than those who pay. One of them being her future father-in-law. How she fixes his problem is hysterically funny. Keeping her two families apart is the crazy part. I really, really love this series. In fact, I never give higher than a three on anything other than thrillers or really good books in other genres. This fits the other genre category. Off to use my KU subscription for the next book. Gotta love KU since I can't get to my regular library due to walking issues and an expired card. Love this series!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    Quick Info Standalone/Cliffhanger?: Standalone Part of a Series?: Yes ---------------------------------- Meeting the Characters Jill Gooder - Private Eye -new witch ---------------------------------- What happens? Jill gets a new case from a charity something I thought would go the other way but its a simple story line. She is also a bridesmaid at her mothers wedding, all the while fielding suspicions from her sister during her birthday celebrations the same day. Final thoughts Nice mystery. No romance ye Quick Info Standalone/Cliffhanger?: Standalone Part of a Series?: Yes ---------------------------------- Meeting the Characters Jill Gooder - Private Eye -new witch ---------------------------------- What happens? Jill gets a new case from a charity something I thought would go the other way but its a simple story line. She is also a bridesmaid at her mothers wedding, all the while fielding suspicions from her sister during her birthday celebrations the same day. Final thoughts Nice mystery. No romance yet but there are slow burners starting between detective and another man who has a dog. Not sure yet which one I want pretty sure not Drake and the detective instead. Would I read again?: Yes Would I read this author again?: Yes

  25. 5 out of 5

    Carol

    Ends on a Cliffhanger! I have been reading and enjoying this series; this is #3. It is light and fun. However, this one ends on a cliffhanger, something I cannot stand in any book. It just stops; sort of like the author suddenly realized she had reached her pre-planned word count. I refuse to read authors that do that to their readers. It seems like authors who disrespect their readers like that just want to force them to buy the next book. Greedy and extremely annoying. So I am done with Adele A Ends on a Cliffhanger! I have been reading and enjoying this series; this is #3. It is light and fun. However, this one ends on a cliffhanger, something I cannot stand in any book. It just stops; sort of like the author suddenly realized she had reached her pre-planned word count. I refuse to read authors that do that to their readers. It seems like authors who disrespect their readers like that just want to force them to buy the next book. Greedy and extremely annoying. So I am done with Adele Abbot and the whole series. Plenty of authors out there who do respect their readers.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Emma Marie

    I like this series, I do. It's a fun, light read and something I enjoy between heaver novels. The characters of Jill, Mrs V, Winky and Jack are all great and I enjoy reading about them. I do have some issues that throw me out of the story though. The books are set in Britain, and yet there are many of what I'd call 'Americanisms' in them (I have no knowledge of the authors nationality), such as word usage 'make a quick buck', and references to going shooting like it was an every day thing when fi I like this series, I do. It's a fun, light read and something I enjoy between heaver novels. The characters of Jill, Mrs V, Winky and Jack are all great and I enjoy reading about them. I do have some issues that throw me out of the story though. The books are set in Britain, and yet there are many of what I'd call 'Americanisms' in them (I have no knowledge of the authors nationality), such as word usage 'make a quick buck', and references to going shooting like it was an every day thing when firearm licences are actually extremely difficult to get etc. They don't sit right and can be a distraction. Still, I enjoy the series over all, and look forward to the next one.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    I read as many as I could stand I read 3 books in this series and wow. I mean after the 1st one I pushed... bc most first books aren’t the best but I should have stopped. If you are a person that can over look huge holes in stories than you can stomach this one. You would also need to over look a character who is a huge push over. Everyone basically walks all over her. This was almost like an Amanda M. Lee book, but not. Avery would never let these ppl get away with even 1/4 of what Jill does. J I read as many as I could stand I read 3 books in this series and wow. I mean after the 1st one I pushed... bc most first books aren’t the best but I should have stopped. If you are a person that can over look huge holes in stories than you can stomach this one. You would also need to over look a character who is a huge push over. Everyone basically walks all over her. This was almost like an Amanda M. Lee book, but not. Avery would never let these ppl get away with even 1/4 of what Jill does. Jill sucks...

  28. 5 out of 5

    Mike Lewis

    A fun and entertaining series A fun and entertaining series. Great cast of characters a witchy cozy mystery series that has a witch who recently found out she was actually a witch and she is also a private investigator in the real world and trying to live her life divided between the real world and the magical world. She has family in both and must balance everything well solving crimes in the real world as well as some in the magical world. Lots of twists and turns a fun and quirky Siri. Check i A fun and entertaining series A fun and entertaining series. Great cast of characters a witchy cozy mystery series that has a witch who recently found out she was actually a witch and she is also a private investigator in the real world and trying to live her life divided between the real world and the magical world. She has family in both and must balance everything well solving crimes in the real world as well as some in the magical world. Lots of twists and turns a fun and quirky Siri. Check it out

  29. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    Fun Series and A Great Cast of Characters I read the first and got hooked. Fun characters. Situations I'm glad I don't have to deal with. But Abbott pulls it off. Jill has a knack for saying 'Yes and ending up with more (unpaid) work on her plate that it seems she can handle. But she always find a her way through. And now that she's learning from the Level 2 Spells book, the situations seem to multiply. Part comedy. Part mystery. With a splash of romance thrown in. The series is great!, Fun Series and A Great Cast of Characters I read the first and got hooked. Fun characters. Situations I'm glad I don't have to deal with. But Abbott pulls it off. Jill has a knack for saying 'Yes and ending up with more (unpaid) work on her plate that it seems she can handle. But she always find a her way through. And now that she's learning from the Level 2 Spells book, the situations seem to multiply. Part comedy. Part mystery. With a splash of romance thrown in. The series is great!,

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ashleigh

    Jill Gooder continues to adjust to being a witch while her dead mother marries - on the same day as Jill's adopted sisters all-day birthday drinking party. Plus the caseload is increasing - a missing wedding ring, and nebbish neighbor turns Lothario, and an old lady is hit & run. Along the way, Jill has to take time out for the "date" she "won" with Detective Jack Maxwell. Oh, and Grandma opens a yarn shop in town. Another quick, fun read. But my vote is on Kathy as being The Dark One. :D Jill Gooder continues to adjust to being a witch while her dead mother marries - on the same day as Jill's adopted sisters all-day birthday drinking party. Plus the caseload is increasing - a missing wedding ring, and nebbish neighbor turns Lothario, and an old lady is hit & run. Along the way, Jill has to take time out for the "date" she "won" with Detective Jack Maxwell. Oh, and Grandma opens a yarn shop in town. Another quick, fun read. But my vote is on Kathy as being The Dark One. :D

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