Goodbye’s A Witch by Danielle Garrett is the final audiobook in the Beechwood Harbor Magic Mystery series. Narrated by Amanda Ronconi, our gal Holly has come a long way and this last book was a fitting end to the series.
by Danielle Garrett
Series: Beechwood Harbor Magic Mystery #12
Narrator: Amanda Ronconi
Length: 5 hours and 22 minutes
Genres: Cozy Mystery, Paranormal
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The danger is rising, but this time, Holly is ready.
It’s a nightmare as old as time, creepy wraiths swirling in the shadows, waiting to strike unsuspecting humans. Following a disruption of their power, the vampires are more restless than ever and looking for one more fight.
When a young witch shows up on the Beechwood Manor’s front porch, begging for asylum, Holly can’t turn her away. But when the trouble nipping at the witch’s heels follows her through the manor’s front door, she might be the last guest Holly and Adam ever check in.
Will the battle between the vampires and the Haven Council prove to be the undoing of the magical world, or can Holly and her friends rise up and stop the vampires once and for all?
Find out in the final book of the Beechwood Harbor Magic Mysteries serie
The author gives us one last adventure with Holly Bolt, witch, potion maker and sleuth extraordinaire. Holly has come a long way since her humble beginnings as a sanctioned witch forced to move to Beechwood Manor. After the wedding and goodbyes in the previous audiobook, I was delighted to hear we would get one more tale.
Garrett gives us a mystery as we step into married life at the inn. We get updates on everyone as six months have passed. Trouble with supernatural transport, vampires and magic made for a delightful tale.
Honestly, I smiled as I listened, despite knowing it was goodbye. The case allowed us a chance to see old friends and wrapped up threads as Holly, Adam, and the gang dealt with some rogue vampires.
Holly was having trouble with her magic, and it was wonderful. From the cover, I am sure you can guess the dilemma. We got a wonderfully climatic scene and more than once the author had me grinning over the shenanigans. We got updates on beloved characters like Nick, Meryl, and Evangeline.
I adored the chance to spend time at the Inn (now a B&B) and seeing Adam and Holly interact as a married couple. While I will miss the residents and former residence of the Beechwood Manor and the folks they call friends, I am excited that Garrett has another spinoff coming.
Amanda Ronconi narrated and brought Holly and the other characters to life. From her tone to the pacing, she added another layer to a terrific series. I recommend listening if you haven’t done so already.
While each of the novels in the Beechwood Harbor Magic Mystery series contains a mystery that Holly and her friends solve, I recommend listening to the audiobooks in the order of their release. Relationships, friendships and the manor itself all played an integral role and are best experienced in order.
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