Katie Lightfoot is a great baker who has a bake shop in Savannah. She loves to bake goodies to all of her customers at her bakery is called the Honeybee Bakery. During one her regular meetings of the spellbook club a person she has never seen before shows up at the door of her shop and passes out. The person is saying something about voodoo. Katie is instantly interested and starts to try to figure out what he is talking about. Before she knows it she is also in danger. Savannah's witches are part of the mystery. Katie has to find out the secret to this mystery and solve the murder before she gets closer to becoming a victim herself.
This is book 5 in the A Magical Bakery Mystery series.
Magic and Macaroons is a good supernatural cozy mystery. I’ve given you the set-up for the book, but can’t give more away. You will need to pick-up this cozy delight and enjoy the journey on your own. I hope you enjoy the set-up and wrap-up.
I give this book a 4 stars.
From the New York Times bestselling author of Some Enchanted Éclair comes a tale of delicious desserts and supernatural sleuthing…
For magical baker Katie Lightfoot, the only way to beat the Savannah summer heat is to whip up some cool treats for the Honeybee Bakery’s patrons. But when a meeting of the spellbook club is interrupted by a stranger collapsing on the floor of her shop, mumbling something about a voodoo talisman, Katie drops everything to begin investigating.
Her search for answers quickly leads her into a dangerous blend of Savannah’s infamous voodoo queens, a powerful missing charm—and a deadly witch who seems to be targeting the city’s magical community. And with the case getting hotter by the second, Katie will have to work fast to track down the talisman and the killer before the timer runs out…