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Ofelia Archer has a full life … which only gets fuller when a dead body lands in her backyard. As owner of New Orleans’ premier supernatural speakeasy, Ofelia is always in the thick of things when the witch hits the fan. That’s no exception now … even when the local police start breathing down her neck. Zach Sully has a colorful background. As a panther shifter, he keeps h Ofelia Archer has a full life … which only gets fuller when a dead body lands in her backyard. As owner of New Orleans’ premier supernatural speakeasy, Ofelia is always in the thick of things when the witch hits the fan. That’s no exception now … even when the local police start breathing down her neck. Zach Sully has a colorful background. As a panther shifter, he keeps his true origins secret while walking the colorful streets of the French Quarter keeping law and order. A tourist murder draws him into new and uncharted territory, and a feisty witch is at the center of it. Sully and Ofelia circle one another … warily … as they both try to solve a mystery that revolves around an outsider who somehow had ties to their little corner of the world. Eventually, they’re going to have to join forces … and it’s not exactly a comfortable meeting of the minds. Chemistry is one thing. Trust is another. Ofelia and Sully will be forced to get over their inner misgivings and unite if they want to solve the crime … and stay alive in the process. Welcome to a magical world, where the characters are colorful, the magic is fantastical, and the drinks are poured strong. It’s Bourbon Street, baby, and you’ll never be the same again.


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Ofelia Archer has a full life … which only gets fuller when a dead body lands in her backyard. As owner of New Orleans’ premier supernatural speakeasy, Ofelia is always in the thick of things when the witch hits the fan. That’s no exception now … even when the local police start breathing down her neck. Zach Sully has a colorful background. As a panther shifter, he keeps h Ofelia Archer has a full life … which only gets fuller when a dead body lands in her backyard. As owner of New Orleans’ premier supernatural speakeasy, Ofelia is always in the thick of things when the witch hits the fan. That’s no exception now … even when the local police start breathing down her neck. Zach Sully has a colorful background. As a panther shifter, he keeps his true origins secret while walking the colorful streets of the French Quarter keeping law and order. A tourist murder draws him into new and uncharted territory, and a feisty witch is at the center of it. Sully and Ofelia circle one another … warily … as they both try to solve a mystery that revolves around an outsider who somehow had ties to their little corner of the world. Eventually, they’re going to have to join forces … and it’s not exactly a comfortable meeting of the minds. Chemistry is one thing. Trust is another. Ofelia and Sully will be forced to get over their inner misgivings and unite if they want to solve the crime … and stay alive in the process. Welcome to a magical world, where the characters are colorful, the magic is fantastical, and the drinks are poured strong. It’s Bourbon Street, baby, and you’ll never be the same again.

30 review for The Hexorcist

  1. 5 out of 5

    Read Dream

    This is the first installment in a new series about Ofelia "Fe" Archer, a witch who owns and runs Krewe, an underground bar in New Orleans that is frequented mainly by supernaturals. A murder has taken place not far from her bar, and the circumstances are mysterious. To Detective Zacharias "Sully" Sully, she's not a suspect, but intriguing nonetheless, because she seems to appear out of nowhere in scenes that require investigation. To Ofelia, there is also more to Sully than meets the eye, but s This is the first installment in a new series about Ofelia "Fe" Archer, a witch who owns and runs Krewe, an underground bar in New Orleans that is frequented mainly by supernaturals. A murder has taken place not far from her bar, and the circumstances are mysterious. To Detective Zacharias "Sully" Sully, she's not a suspect, but intriguing nonetheless, because she seems to appear out of nowhere in scenes that require investigation. To Ofelia, there is also more to Sully than meets the eye, but she can't quite identify it. As the story unfolds, they become more of a team while getting more acquainted. Another addicting cozy mystery that I read in one sitting - looking forward to the next book!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    Ofelia Archer has a crazy life. She owns and runs a bar and she's also a witch. So when anything witchy happens in New Orleans, she knows about it. Zach Zully is a detective but he's also a panther shifter. Now these two cross paths when a tourist is found dead behind her bar, Zully is investigating it but Ofelia is also investigating it becuase she knows the guy was killed by a hex and she wants to get to the bottom of this. But, before they team up together to help each other solve the case an Ofelia Archer has a crazy life. She owns and runs a bar and she's also a witch. So when anything witchy happens in New Orleans, she knows about it. Zach Zully is a detective but he's also a panther shifter. Now these two cross paths when a tourist is found dead behind her bar, Zully is investigating it but Ofelia is also investigating it becuase she knows the guy was killed by a hex and she wants to get to the bottom of this. But, before they team up together to help each other solve the case another death happens in the French Court and they are in a rush to find out what happend. Wow, this is a new series for me but by one of my favorite authors(If you didn't know Lily Harper Hart is a pen name for Amanda M Lee)! I liked the story! The characters are weary of each other but there is definitely chemistry there and I loved how they interacted with one another and how Ofelia's brother was giving Zach pointers on his sister! A great quick read and I will definitely be checking out more in the series!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jamie

    In The Hexorcist we meet witchy barowner, Ofelia Archer and her crazy little family. I really enjoyed the start of this newer series from author Lily Harper Hart, and cannot wait to read more. Summary: Ofelia Archer has her hands full with running her underground bar and taking care of her family. They get a lot fuller when a dead body is discovered within feet of her establishment’s door. As the owner of a premier supernatural hub, Ofelia is often in the thick of all things witchy, and this insta In The Hexorcist we meet witchy barowner, Ofelia Archer and her crazy little family. I really enjoyed the start of this newer series from author Lily Harper Hart, and cannot wait to read more. Summary: Ofelia Archer has her hands full with running her underground bar and taking care of her family. They get a lot fuller when a dead body is discovered within feet of her establishment’s door. As the owner of a premier supernatural hub, Ofelia is often in the thick of all things witchy, and this instance is no different. Especially not when she smells hex magic on the deceased’s body. She’ll have to be a step ahead of the handsome detective on the case, though. Zach Sully is observant and smart, and for some reason he’s drawn to the raven-haired witch. On a personal level. They may have chemistry, but trusting the other is a little harder to commit to. But in order to make a break in the case, they’ll have to set their misgivings and wariness aside to share information. There’s a killer on the loose and working as a team will be the only way they can keep Ofelia from being the next target. The first book in the Supernatural Speakeasy series was a good one. With likeable characters, magic, and detailed world-building, I was pulled in from the very beginning. I really liked Ofelia. She was a smart, strong and sassy business woman. She has a lot on her plate, what with running her bar, supporting her brother, taking care of and watching over her father, and having a certain role in her community. It was entertaining to read how she handled it all with the added intrusion of a murder and handsome new detective. My only issue with Ofelia was her minor meltdown towards the end. She acted as though it was her right to confront a known killer and put herself at risk, and then pouted about it when she was told no. It was just very childish and annoying. Sully was fantastic, but mysterious. He’s a capable and smart detective with good instincts. I loved that he was a shifter, but I want to know more. He seems to have an interesting history, and I hope we get a deeper look at his past in future books. I loved Ofelia and Sully together. I wouldn’t say their chemistry was immediately noticeable, but I do feel they have a lot of it. It was just more of a gradual increase in awareness the more time they spent together. In my experience with LHH’s MC’s they have a slow burn before becoming a couple. While I do feel this is in effect here, it also seems that Ofelia and Sully won’t fight it as hard as some other characters have. Overall, this was an entertaining read with all the magic I could want. The mystery kept me reading and searching for clues right alongside Ofelia and Sully, and I positively glowed with all the supernatural elements thrown in. The setting for this series is perfect, and being a total nerd, I researched some of the information to see how much truth was mixed with the fiction. I love that LHH seemingly did all the legwork required and I got to learn some interesting facts about New Orleans. It has a rich history and I’m excited to see even more about the vibrant culture there. Supporting cast is pretty great, too. I’m interested to see if there are any minor story arcs involving Ofelia’s brother. I was a bit bummed at her father’s characterization, though. He obviously has issues, but he wasn’t displayed in the best light. I do hope that changes in future books and we can see some character growth there. A great start to the new series and I can’t wait to dive into the next mystery. ♡

  4. 4 out of 5

    Eden

    2020 bk 158. The best thing about this book was the setting and the solid descriptions of place in relationship to other places. The character, family dynamics, well, I think that if this were real life, the bar would not have been there for her to purchase, she wouldn't have been able to maintain the bar herself, and her lack of reality of a police detectives job and the restrictions placed on it - just very sad. I had hoped I would enjoy this, but perhaps I made a mistake of reading it between 2020 bk 158. The best thing about this book was the setting and the solid descriptions of place in relationship to other places. The character, family dynamics, well, I think that if this were real life, the bar would not have been there for her to purchase, she wouldn't have been able to maintain the bar herself, and her lack of reality of a police detectives job and the restrictions placed on it - just very sad. I had hoped I would enjoy this, but perhaps I made a mistake of reading it between two books by Aaronovitch who manages mystery, evil characters, and balancing a romance with a goddess with grace and style. My hope for this author is that she finds a good editor - one who does not pull punches, that she takes a legal class dealing with police procedures and protocals, and that perhaps she learns character development - is that word - development being the strength behind the character.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Robin

    Pleasantly surprised I was very pleasantly surprised. It was More entertaining that I expected. And I found myself wanting more of this new world.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Amanda J Lubit

    Like the new setting but disappointed with same flaw as other series I really liked the new setting in New Orleans & the new characters, there was some new and interesting aspects to them not seen in previous series. But in the last part of the book I got so frustrated to see the same flaw of all the other series. The seemingly smart and strong woman has a completely irrational meltdown like a 10 year old because the police officer says she cant go confront a killer. Please stop doing this with y Like the new setting but disappointed with same flaw as other series I really liked the new setting in New Orleans & the new characters, there was some new and interesting aspects to them not seen in previous series. But in the last part of the book I got so frustrated to see the same flaw of all the other series. The seemingly smart and strong woman has a completely irrational meltdown like a 10 year old because the police officer says she cant go confront a killer. Please stop doing this with your characters. Its an artificial and unnecessary conflict between the male & female lead that is painful to read. I literally skip these tantrums in all of the books this author writes. Disappointing they appeared again.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jeni

    Another Aisling type Yeah so no. It was ok, but Ofelia had too many of the Aisling traits and comes off as annoying and flat out unlikable. She crosses that fine fine line of sassy and strong into stupid and b*****. Which is sad because I really like Sully and hello panther. Oh well. I can't expect to love all of an authors books so I'll just skip this series. Another Aisling type Yeah so no. It was ok, but Ofelia had too many of the Aisling traits and comes off as annoying and flat out unlikable. She crosses that fine fine line of sassy and strong into stupid and b*****. Which is sad because I really like Sully and hello panther. Oh well. I can't expect to love all of an authors books so I'll just skip this series.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Miss W Book Reviews

    Fantastic book ! The Hexorcist is the first book in a new cozy paranormal series set in New Orleans . I read it in one sitting . I couldn’t put it down . The story and characters are great . Can’t wait for the next book in the series !

  9. 5 out of 5

    Eperdu

    The writing is pretty bad in the first few chapters. Life’s too short to read bad writing.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Harmony

    I'm not sure why there are so many negative reviews for this book. Sure, the main character doing the typical freak out over not being included in police business is old and annoying but I am willing to overlook that for a change. The characters are that likeable and so was the story. The one thing that really got to me was the father. I know the author was trying to make him sympathetic with his mental issues. She failed. He comes off as a bully. What he's doing to his daughter is emotional abuse I'm not sure why there are so many negative reviews for this book. Sure, the main character doing the typical freak out over not being included in police business is old and annoying but I am willing to overlook that for a change. The characters are that likeable and so was the story. The one thing that really got to me was the father. I know the author was trying to make him sympathetic with his mental issues. She failed. He comes off as a bully. What he's doing to his daughter is emotional abuse and I really want him gone. I started skipping past any pages that had him in it. Perhaps that is why I enjoyed the book so much. I really like "Fe", her brother, and her potential love interest. She is a strong female character and sassy. Just like I like them. I'm so over these females freaking out all the time and needing the big strong man to save them. She didn't need him, she was more than capable of saving herself. It was nice having them be equals. I don't understand authors putting these fragile females who constantly freak out and behave like pre-teens into these situations. It's not enjoyable to read and I rarely make it past two chapters in those types of books. I thought the story telling was solid, the villain was bad enough to be "scary" but not too scary (which I don't like, I like my villains light). Being from that part of the world, I really enjoy stories set in Louisiana with solid Southern characters. It's rare that I find a book that I give a 5-star rating to anymore, especially when they come from the Kindle Unlimited free pile.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Jane

    Racing start.. with a flying finish.. .. for the new series! Ofelia Archer is our new snarky witchy heroine. Bar owner, younger sister to happy go lucky Felix, daughter of bi-polar Oscar Archer and his ex-wife, the intense and demanding Marie. Hero of the hour, Detective Zacharias Sully, meets Ofelia when a body is found in the alley that leads to her bar "Krewe". Sparks fly as they fight their initial attraction and Ofelia pips Sully to the post to find the cause of death scenting the aroma of a d Racing start.. with a flying finish.. .. for the new series! Ofelia Archer is our new snarky witchy heroine. Bar owner, younger sister to happy go lucky Felix, daughter of bi-polar Oscar Archer and his ex-wife, the intense and demanding Marie. Hero of the hour, Detective Zacharias Sully, meets Ofelia when a body is found in the alley that leads to her bar "Krewe". Sparks fly as they fight their initial attraction and Ofelia pips Sully to the post to find the cause of death scenting the aroma of a deadly hex on the body.. having not sensed Sully's paranormal abilities she's hot on the case but after a second death the pair will need to shelve their differences for another day and work together to take down the killer before they gain too much power. Brilliant.. there's plenty of authors who could learn about prose, adverbs and adjectives from reading Lily/Amanda's novels.. she captures the essence of her characters and settings cleverly whipping up scenes you can see clearly and without requiring repetitive droning paragraphs of flat unnecessary description being cut and paste word for word into every book in a series.. It's a joy to have a new series to follow and I like Ofelia already but I am dreading finding out which one of my other favourites is heading to the end of their series.. I don't want to lose any of my friends!!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Leanne

    A bit closer to 5 stars than 4, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this. The dialogue was sassy and interesting, and written better than most dialogue-heavy books I've been through. Relationships between people were believable, as were the personalities of the locals. I if I didn't already know people like these living in and around New Orleans, I could easily imagine myself meeting them. I also found all the characters to be likeable (except the ones that weren't supposed to be, of course), and the t A bit closer to 5 stars than 4, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this. The dialogue was sassy and interesting, and written better than most dialogue-heavy books I've been through. Relationships between people were believable, as were the personalities of the locals. I if I didn't already know people like these living in and around New Orleans, I could easily imagine myself meeting them. I also found all the characters to be likeable (except the ones that weren't supposed to be, of course), and the thread of romance woven into the mystery was a nice surprise. Ofelia and Sully have some nice chemistry going for them and also make a fun investigative team, even if they drove each other a bit nuts. Or maybe that was why it's so fun for me as the reader. The mystery was balanced well with all the other delightful elements, and a few sub-mystery plot threads kept it pretty engaging. I devoured this in just a few hours, and almost in one sitting, so I'll definitely be looking into the rest of the series and the author's other work.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Dallass

    Good, but for the ending. I was enjoying this quite a bit. The characters were quirky and New Orleans is definitely a great location for any book, especially if you’ve got witches. The story was chugging along nicely with a lot of detective work afoot. Then, we discover the identity of the perpetrator and the obligatory last stand fight occurs - and it was blah. The villain of the piece explains everything and the fight was meh. Was a four star read up until this point as the story was interesting Good, but for the ending. I was enjoying this quite a bit. The characters were quirky and New Orleans is definitely a great location for any book, especially if you’ve got witches. The story was chugging along nicely with a lot of detective work afoot. Then, we discover the identity of the perpetrator and the obligatory last stand fight occurs - and it was blah. The villain of the piece explains everything and the fight was meh. Was a four star read up until this point as the story was interesting and the Archer family had some great dynamics (and it included some mental health issues that weren’t just swept under the proverbial rug) plus Ofelia and Sully struck some serious sparkage off each other. Yet, that ending felt rushed and we don’t find out if there was anything more to it. 3.5 stars ⭐️ (and of course I want to read the next book to see what happens to Ofelia and Sully 😉).

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    Great first book but I really enjoyed this book. I’m from Louisiana so it’s nice to see it set in a book especially from my favorite author. I love snarky woman. Amanda tends to make the women less snarky in her Lily books but I didn’t find that to be the case in this one. But I absolutely hate how she ended this book l. A lot of times she ends them and the last little bit isn’t finished up. Like talking to the friends to let them know what happened to their friend. Like the last little bit that Great first book but I really enjoyed this book. I’m from Louisiana so it’s nice to see it set in a book especially from my favorite author. I love snarky woman. Amanda tends to make the women less snarky in her Lily books but I didn’t find that to be the case in this one. But I absolutely hate how she ended this book l. A lot of times she ends them and the last little bit isn’t finished up. Like talking to the friends to let them know what happened to their friend. Like the last little bit that could be done is tying up lose ends. I get the story isn’t really about his death it’s about meeting the characters but it leaves me feeling unsettled. Other than that the book was amazing. Thank you for another new series that I’m falling in love with.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Noone

    This one is mediocre for the most part. The biggest sins are a lot of different plot conveniences and the typical mid-battle tactical timeout to have a conversation absurdity. The family dynamic around the MC actually is quite well done. It feels real and I can understand the motivations from different perspectives which sadly is quite rare. But the rest is just not good enough. It's actually quite weird how this select part can feel so well done while the other characters are very shallow. This is This one is mediocre for the most part. The biggest sins are a lot of different plot conveniences and the typical mid-battle tactical timeout to have a conversation absurdity. The family dynamic around the MC actually is quite well done. It feels real and I can understand the motivations from different perspectives which sadly is quite rare. But the rest is just not good enough. It's actually quite weird how this select part can feel so well done while the other characters are very shallow. This is my third book by this author and I have yet to give more than 2 stars but this one came the closest. I will probably avoid her for now but I will probably stumble over something new and interesting by her eventually.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Young

    This author's mysteries have the same main characters, just the names have changed. There's the high maintenance heroine who takes difficult to an entire new level of narcissism. There's the guy who falls in love with her on sight and loses all sense of reason, becoming an obsessive and smothering wimp. And there's the male sidekick as irritating as she is, providing for repetitive infighting. Add in over the top maudlin emotions overcoming all characters ad nauseum, and you have the formula for This author's mysteries have the same main characters, just the names have changed. There's the high maintenance heroine who takes difficult to an entire new level of narcissism. There's the guy who falls in love with her on sight and loses all sense of reason, becoming an obsessive and smothering wimp. And there's the male sidekick as irritating as she is, providing for repetitive infighting. Add in over the top maudlin emotions overcoming all characters ad nauseum, and you have the formula for these books. I'd hoped this new one would be different. Sadly, not even NOLA could save it. The story is good, I just can't take the melodrama.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Penelope Harvey

    Cheesy but so fun I swear this heroine could be my daughter in fiction form right down to the biscuits and gravy. And the way her and the hero meet is a downright cheesy classic. I had to tell my daughter and we’ve had lots of fun with that. Now the mystery was decent. The takedown at the end could have lasted a bit longer it was like a boxing match that you buy those great expensive tickets for and then it’s over in round one. The banter was good. The characters were good. The family dysfunction Cheesy but so fun I swear this heroine could be my daughter in fiction form right down to the biscuits and gravy. And the way her and the hero meet is a downright cheesy classic. I had to tell my daughter and we’ve had lots of fun with that. Now the mystery was decent. The takedown at the end could have lasted a bit longer it was like a boxing match that you buy those great expensive tickets for and then it’s over in round one. The banter was good. The characters were good. The family dysfunction I really identified with and that made for some moments that flat out pissed me off because I’ve been there. All in all though a great read and thoroughly enjoyable.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Carroll

    Absolutely loved it I absolutely loved the start of this new series. The character for fun and refreshing, yet had all the snark that we've all come to love and expect from her characters. I just did not expect a lot of the snark to come from the main characters and I found it quite refreshing, especially considering her family is also snarky. What a great start to new series that I know I'm going to enjoy reading. Absolutely loved it I absolutely loved the start of this new series. The character for fun and refreshing, yet had all the snark that we've all come to love and expect from her characters. I just did not expect a lot of the snark to come from the main characters and I found it quite refreshing, especially considering her family is also snarky. What a great start to new series that I know I'm going to enjoy reading.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mike Lewis

    Entertaining new supernatural cozy mystery series Entertaining new supernatural cozy mystery series. And I was standing cast of characters in a story line with a bit of attitude. Set in New Orleans a town with its own bit of mistake and magic. Follow along as summer of the actual supernatural who live there interact in stride to solve murders in the corner. Very entertaining and worth reading.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Steenken korzekwa

    Great 1st book! This was a great first book!! It introduced you to everyone and let you bond to them. As I continued reading, I noticed I was cheering on certain relationships and rolling my eyes with others. I can't wait to see how they develop. As for the book itself, it has a great story line with enough mystery to keep you interested and twists that you never see coming. I definitely recommend it! Great 1st book! This was a great first book!! It introduced you to everyone and let you bond to them. As I continued reading, I noticed I was cheering on certain relationships and rolling my eyes with others. I can't wait to see how they develop. As for the book itself, it has a great story line with enough mystery to keep you interested and twists that you never see coming. I definitely recommend it!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sandy Prall

    Reads like a bad Hallmark mystery Probably more of a 2.5 stars simply because the author filled out the story with more secondary character fodder then actually building an interesting plot for the actual story. I continued reading thinking the story would pick up but the only thing that I got out of this book was an ending that was so flat and quick that I regretted the hours I wasted when I should have cut my losses halfway through the book.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Karalyn Gibbs

    3.5/ It was cute and easygoing as well as fun which I've never said about a mystery before lol!! I would describe this as supernatural Nancy Drew. I liked Ophelias character because she's tough, powerful, and a little firecracker. The relationship between Sully and Ophelia was quite cute because they clearly like each other but no ones ballsy enough to admit it. I liked the atmosphere of both the bar and the city because it felt very homey and eerie at the same time. 3.5/ It was cute and easygoing as well as fun which I've never said about a mystery before lol!! I would describe this as supernatural Nancy Drew. I liked Ophelias character because she's tough, powerful, and a little firecracker. The relationship between Sully and Ophelia was quite cute because they clearly like each other but no ones ballsy enough to admit it. I liked the atmosphere of both the bar and the city because it felt very homey and eerie at the same time.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Angela Griffin

    Looking forward to more! This looks like another winner for Lily Harper Hart; I'm loving Ofelia, and I'm already invested in her family dynamic and firmly against that mother of hers! Sully's backstory has intriguing possibilities as does the variety of paranormals present. The mystery is sufficiently engaging, and the climactic battle does not disappoint. And, of course, the locale is prime; New Orleans is another wonderful character for this series! Looking forward to more! This looks like another winner for Lily Harper Hart; I'm loving Ofelia, and I'm already invested in her family dynamic and firmly against that mother of hers! Sully's backstory has intriguing possibilities as does the variety of paranormals present. The mystery is sufficiently engaging, and the climactic battle does not disappoint. And, of course, the locale is prime; New Orleans is another wonderful character for this series!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Catherine

    Sazerac & Slaughter As a N.O. native, I appreciate the author's use of geography in the French Quarter. Some authors who set their books there don't get it right. Ophelia & Sully also have an authentic feel as FQ denizens. I look forward to more in this series particularly as it relates to the paranormal community in NOLA. The mystery is just what you'd expect in a place that's not always The Big Easy. Sazerac & Slaughter As a N.O. native, I appreciate the author's use of geography in the French Quarter. Some authors who set their books there don't get it right. Ophelia & Sully also have an authentic feel as FQ denizens. I look forward to more in this series particularly as it relates to the paranormal community in NOLA. The mystery is just what you'd expect in a place that's not always The Big Easy.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tara Schantz

    Once again, this is one of my favorite authors! Great start to a new series, based in my favorite city to read these types of stories take place...I mean what better place to have witches, shifters and vampires right? As with ALL of this authors other series' I wait with excitement for the next book! Happy Reading everyone💜 Once again, this is one of my favorite authors! Great start to a new series, based in my favorite city to read these types of stories take place...I mean what better place to have witches, shifters and vampires right? As with ALL of this authors other series' I wait with excitement for the next book! Happy Reading everyone💜

  26. 5 out of 5

    Dan

    Nice New Series This is a new series about a woman who is also a witch and a police detective who is a shifter. They meet at the scene of a murder near where she work. They work together to solve the murders while growing closer. There is plenty of snarky dialog and action and excitement to be had.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Valerie

    Have read other series by this author. Ofelia is the owner of a speakeasy and loves her life. Enter Detective Sully who immediately causes feelings that she has hidden after a breakup from an ex who is also a competitive business owner. They have to work together after a body is found outside of the bar.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Susan Clark

    Wonderfully Different This is the first book in a new series for me, a series that I cannot wait to read more of. The mystery progresses at exactly the proper pace, with a lot of surprises along tge way. Hart is excellent at making her characters become real and her paranormal elements completely believable. What a joyous new discovery!

  29. 5 out of 5

    jospeh jack

    A TRUE WITCH SUSPENSE STORY!😍BUY THIS BOOK!😍 If you enjoy reading 📚books about battles between witches, a good WITCH and a bad 👎 WITCH! No SANDWICHES!😍LOL LOVE 💘 WITH A POLICE OFFICER!😍 A WONDERFUL BOOK, I RECOMMEND THIS AUTHOR AND THIS BOOK HIGHLY!😍BUY THIS BOOK NOW!😍

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jana Gundy

    Fantastic new series I absolutely love this author, she’s a top favorite. This new series is going to be fantastic, I can tell just from the first book. Ofelia is a firecracker and Sully is her spark. It was a great story with great characters.

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