Doom and Broom by Annabel Chase

Emma Hart hasn’t had a moment’s peace since her arrival in Spellbound. Her fear of heights hits an all-time high when she’s tasked with mastering a broomstick. It doesn’t help that Lady Weatherby seems determined to make basic witch training feel more like the magical ninja warrior championships. 

When a werewolf is found dead and Daniel is named as the prime suspect, Emma takes the initiative to prove that the angel’s halo is firmly intact, once again stepping on the hooves of the cranky centaur, Sheriff Hugo. 

The heat is on as Emma struggles to get a grip on her broomstick and identify the killer before it’s too late. 

Titles in the Spellbound series include:  Curse the Day – Doom and Broom – Spell’s Bells – Lucky Charm – Better Than Hex – Cast Away – A Touch of Magic – A Drop In The Potion – Hemlocked and Loaded – All Spell Breaks Loose –

Review Date:  January 24, 2018

Title:  Doom and Broom
Series:  Spellbound #2
Author:  Annabel Chase
Genre:  Paranormal Cozy Mystery
Published:  January 21, 2017
My Rating:  4 stars

Life just keeps getting more interesting as Emma settles into her new life as the newest witch in town.  There’s been another murder and this time it looks like her friend Daniel, the fallen angel is going to be the scapegoat for one stubborn, lazy sheriff.  So not happening on her watch.

In addition to her new witch schooling, learning to fly a broomstick with a definite fear of heights, Emma is also searching for clues as to who the real killer of werewolf Jolene is.  Lots of fun moments, definitely chuckles escaped, one handsome, sexy vampire and a sinfully sexy fallen angel to deal with and some antics from her witchcraft fellow students makes Doom and Broom a delightful, entertaining Paranormal Cozy Mystery anyone will enjoy.

I had fun with the second story in the Spellbound series.  Emma becomes a more rounded character as we get to know her better.  Her ghost house guest and the new people she now will spend the rest of her life living with come alive with personality and a few antics that make Spellbound just like any other small town with gossips, intrigue and a magical barrier to keep the residents in.

I’d recommend this story to any lover of Paranormal Cozy Mysteries.  It’s a fun, lighthearted experience with characters you’ll soon think of as friends – or frien-emies, either works.

I read this story through my Kindle Unlimited subscription.

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