Witch Way Home by Danielle Garrett

July 6th, 2018 Kimberly Review 40 Comments

6th Jul
Witch Way Home by Danielle Garrett
Witch Way Home
by Danielle Garrett
Series: Beechwood Harbor Magic Mystery #4
Narrator: Amanda Ronconi
Length: 6 hours and 6 minutes
Genres: Cozy Mystery, Paranormal
Source: Publisher
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Holly’s faced some serious challenges following her banishment from the supernatural community but nothing quite like this…

She’s fighting for her freedom but when her strongest ally is found murdered, everything is on the line—including her own life.

With her rag-tag band of supernatural friends in tow, Holly’s off to launch her biggest—and most dangerous—investigation yet. She must stop the killer without setting off the SPA’s alarms or else she can kiss her chance at freedom goodbye.

Fave Narrator mystery paranormal Small-town

Witch Way Home, by Danielle Garrett, is the fourth novel in the Beechwood Harbor Magic Mystery series. Murder, revenge and plenty of twists ensue as Holly gets reacquainted with Seattle Haven.

Witch Way Home picks up right where Witch Slapped left off. Thanks to help from Evangeline, Holly has a meeting with the Haven Council to request her potions license. Her SPA officer, Harvey has promised to speak on her behalf. Teddy her lawyer is confident they will have no issues, but things goseriously wrong.

Once again Holly finds herself sleuthing as she tries to solve a murder-mystery as she also tried to figure out why a certain council member hates her. Th story focuses on Holly, the mystery and getting her license.  While her motley crew of housemates and local PI Nick are present, the secondary threads didn’t overwhelm the case. I felt Garrett allowed for some growth in Holly in Witch Way Home. She is still finding her way, but despite all the troubles she seemed stronger.

I found the murder-mystery fascinating and loved how it weaved previous threads into the current case. The author answered questions, shared the Seattle Haven with us from shopping to its governing ideologies. It was fantastic to see Holly open up to her friends and accepts their help. Something happens with Nick that changes the dynamics with their friendship and dealings with those from Beechwood Manor. I was glad and liked how Garrett made it all happen.

Garrett still wove in her signature humor and snark balancing the light and the dark. She makes me want to move to a small coastal town and live in a haunted manor.

Amanda Ronconi is a talented narrator with a wide range of voices. She has become the voices of these characters and I couldn’t imagine one without the other.

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About Danielle Garrett

Danielle Garrett

From a young age, Danielle Garrett was obsessed with fantastic places and the stories set in them. As a lifelong bookworm, she’s gone on hundreds of adventures through the eyes of wizards, princesses, elves, and some rather wonderful everyday people as well. Danielle now lives in Oregon and while she travels as often as possible, she wouldn’t call anywhere else home. She shares her life with her husband and their house full of animals, and when not writing, spends her time being a house servant for three extremely spoiled cats.

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40 Responses to “Witch Way Home by Danielle Garrett”

  1. RO

    This cover looks so fun, and reminds me a little of an updated Bewitched. Hugs and Happy Friday! RO

  2. Sophia Rose

    I love that the series has an ongoing story arc along with a new mystery and situation for her to deal with.

    • Kimberly

      Me too Sophia. This has been a fun series to listen to and I look forward to seeing what develops.

  3. Rachel @Waves of Fiction

    I love Amanda Ronconi’s narration, and this series sounds exactly like something I’d enjoy. Glad you reviewed it, because I wouldn’t have taken a second glance at it with that cover. I’m going to look for book one. Wonderful review, Kimberly! 🙂

  4. Angela

    I’ve only read up to book 2 so far. I do enjoy this series and like the covers. Thank’s for sharing your thoughts on book 4. ^_^

  5. Heidi

    This sounds like such a fun series. I know I added Witch Slapped but haven’t read it yet. So behind.

  6. Lily

    oh shoot I have this one I think but not the previous books, I hope it can still work 🙁

    • Kimberly

      Hmm, I think it will but with any series like this that builds you may feel a little like you arrived late to the party.

  7. Ailyn Koay

    huh what happens if you make a potion without a license? they turn you into a newt or something? can’t fathom that

    • Kimberly

      While each book involves a new case to solve, and you could probably jump in, I have a feeling you will want the history of the characters and answers to questions like “how did she end up with a pet turkey?”

  8. verushka

    Your review made me check out the rest of this series and Holly just made me smile! TY for the intro to a new series!

  9. Tyler H. Jolley

    I agree, it is very reminiscent of Bewitched. Hope you had a great Fourth Of July celebration and your neighbors weren’t too crazy with the fireworks.