“Dizzy Spells” by Morgana Best – REVIEW

So, I just finished another of Morgana’s books and – surprise surprise – I loved it!

“Dizzy Spells” is the second book in the ‘Kitchen Witch’ series, which may just be my favourite of her series. It has everything I want from a book – humour, quirky characters, a touch of magic and a good mystery. In this book especially I found that I was guessing who the murderer was until the very end – I didn’t see it coming at all.

The magical elements of this book were particularly cool too, with spells and scrying and crystals and burning smudges and all that fun stuff. The house is a great character, too. (I know that statement might sound a bit bonkers if you haven’t read the first in the series, so make sure you check out “Miss Spelled”.) I especially  love the house’s obsession with mixed martial arts. (Seriously, you need to read the first book.)

The plot thickens as we find out more about the mysterious Alder Vervain, although we’re still not entirely sure whose side he’s on.

And of course, the fact that Amelia might be the world’s worst cook – while owning and running a cake shop – leads to plenty of moments of hilarity.

Definitely worth a read! Can’t wait to start the next one.

I received a free review copy of this book, but I also purchased one because I enjoyed it so much.

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