Black Arts, Tarts & Gypsy Carts: A Cozy Witch Mystery (Spells & Caramels) by Erin Johnson

 

Black Arts, Tarts & Gypsy Carts: A Cozy Witch Mystery (Spells & Caramels)
by Erin Johnson

Wow I loved this book.
~Books, Dreams, Life

Let me say that spending a day with Imogen will never be boring, but be prepared to see murder always!
~Varietats

I love love love Imogen. This is such a fast paced fun read, and getting to know the characters better in this book is such fun.
~A Chick Who Reads

There is a lot to ‘swallow’ *book pun alert* in Black Arts, but Ms. Johnson weaves her own spell with her words and it was really easy to follow.
~Back Porchervations

I do love these books! The world building was incredible in the first one and this one held up to the challenge with lots of new little quirks that really set the story apart.
~Books a Plenty Book Reviews

Loved getting to know all the characters from the first book better, and seeing the relationships grow and change. Imogen and Iggy are beginning to get closer, which will be important to her career as a baker.
~Book Babble

I did like the characters, especially Imogen and Maple. I also enjoyed Hank’s character and the flirtations between Imogen and Hank. You can really feel the chemistry between them.
~Bookworm Cafe

I thought the book was enjoyable and the cast of characters were unique and fun to get to know.
~A. Holland Reads

This fast-paced, magical cozy mystery had me riveted! Imogen is one of my favorite cozy characters, and I love seeing her grow while she’s solving mysteries.
~Brooke Blogs

. . . this was a refreshing read that kept me entertained from the beginning. I enjoyed the interaction of the characters in the book, those human and those not human. It was well written which made it flow well.
~Melina’s Book Blog

I adore the characters in this series. Imogen, Maple, Iggy, and Hank have all become almost like friends to me and I really care about what happens to them and how they react to situations.
~Valerie’s Musings

The world building is interesting and I found myself completely engaged in the story.
~Sapphyria’s Books

This is a fun series – it might be because I don’t read a lot of magical/paranormal type books, but I think it is also the light feel to the story and it is not intense like some books might come across. We give it 5 paws up
~Storeybook Reviews

Can I just say wow? I was hoping that this book was as good as the first in the series, which blew me away, and I can say that this one was even better!
~The Montana Bookaholic

Wow, it is a really great mystery.
~3 Partners in Shopping; Nana, Mommy, &; Sissy too!


Black Arts, Tarts & Gypsy Carts: A Cozy Witch Mystery (Spells & Caramels)
Cozy Mystery
2nd in Series
Self Published (October 29, 2017)
Paperback: 300 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1976537110
E-Book – ASIN: B076GW21DK

With the Summer Sea Carnival visiting the enchanted island of Bijou Mer, Imogen jumps at the chance to help run the royal bakery booth. It’ll get her out of the palace and allow her to continue avoiding her feelings for a certain engaged prince.

Imogen’s plans to lay low are shattered when the world-famous necromancer, Madame Zerna, is found dead, sawed in half on the dark magician’s table and Imogen’s friend Rhonda is caught red-handed. With incriminating evidence piling up against Rhonda, Zerna’s rival, Imogen promises to help clear her name by finding the real murderer.

But between running the booth, encouraging Maple as she struggles to lead as head baker, and taking spell lessons from the friendly strong man, Imogen’s got her hands full. And it’s no easier getting information from the evasive dark magician or Madame Zerna’s secretive assistant. Even Rhonda’s hiding something.

With the Night of the Dead fast approaching, and Rhonda headed for a maximum security witch prison, Imogen races to unearth the real killer in time to save her friend. But in a mysterious carnival where nothing’s as it seems, will Imogen have the magical powers to keep from being on the chopping block herself?

About the Author

A native of Tempe, Arizona, Erin spends her time crafting mysterious, magical, romance-filled stories that’ll hopefully make you laugh. In between, she’s traveling, napping with her dogs, eating with her friends and family, and teaching Pilates (to allow her to eat more).

Website: www.erinjohnsonwrites.com. Facebook: www.facebook.com/EJohnsonWrites. Twitter: @EJohnsonWrites

Purchase Link  – Amazon

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  1. Nice composition on the book cover.

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