Review: Full Moons, Dunes & Macaroons: A Cozy Witch Mystery by: Erin Johnson

by - Monday, May 21, 2018

Title: Full Moons, Dunes & Macaroons
Author: Erin Johnson
Publisher: Self-Published
Series: A Cozy Witch Mystery #5
Pages: 248
Format: e-book
Source: GEBT


The big day has finally arrived, and Imogen, Iggy and the bakers head to the Fire Kingdom for Hank and Shaday’s wedding. Imogen is totally fine with it—or so she keeps telling herself. 

Even the murder of a famous wedding guest can’t stop the impending nuptials. So when Imogen’s repressed feelings magically ruin her baking and she’s banned from the kitchen, she sets herself to finding the killer. 

Her search leads her through the desert kingdom’s bustling marketplaces and the maze-like riad, to discover underground movements, shady characters, and more secrets about the people around her than she thought possible. Could the killer be the clever journalist or the rebellious palace maid? Perhaps it’s a member of the royal family. 

With the Fire Kingdom’s people churning for change, a mysterious artifact missing from the museum, and a dastardly plot brewing, Imogen begins to feel the heat. When Horace contacts her and makes her a tempting offer, she struggles to choose between him and her new friends. 

Imogen’s choice will have enormous consequences over a deadly plot that threatens the people she loves. Will she stop a killer and find a happy ending in the process? Or will an ancient legend come to life and destroy them all?

My Thoughts:

This book follows Imogen whose dealing with the unpleasant business of being at impending nuptials of Hank and Shaday who are marrying out of obligation more than anything else both being in love with someone else.  Imogen finds her brother Horace there as well, and feels drawn to him as he saved her life when she was a baby but is that enough to build a relationship with a terrorist?

This book was fast moving and really pulled you in wanting to know what was going to happen next.  I hoped it would work out well in the end, and was pleasantly surprised with the end result.  I would definitely recommend this book for anyone who loves paranormal mysteries as this one didn't disappoint in the least!

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