It’s been exactly two years since Katie and her aunt and uncle opened the Honeybee Bakery, where they serve delicious—and bespelled—treats to the good people of Savannah. After a dinner celebrating the bakery’s anniversary, they all take a stroll along the waterfront and meet Aunt Lucy’s friend Orla, a colorful character who has been telling the fortunes of locals and tourists alike for years.
The next day, Orla meets with what seems like a terrible accident, but Katie’s witchy intuition tells her it was something more sinister. Together with her trustworthy coven and her firefighter boyfriend, she’ll race to find out what happened to the unfortunate fortune-teller before the piping hot trail goes cold....
Welcome to the Honeybee Bakery where you can get a sweet treat and a little extra in Savannah . One night after celebrating the anniversary of the shop , Katie her boyfriend and her aunt Lucy and her man . They meet Orla the local fortune teller. After Orla had a horrible accident Katie thinks it is a little more sinister is at work . Will Katie and Declan figure out who hurt Orla before it is too late .
This is the seventh book in the series and this is actually the first book I have read . The characters are well written and there are some really good twists and turns that will make you wth . Katie took a little getting use to , sometimes she came of as a little bit pushy to me . Orla is an awesome character she is a fortune teller and a gypsy traveler. We actually learn a lot about gypsy travelers in this book. Which I enjoyed immensely. Over all the characters all of them were well written and well developed .
Over all the story was well written and you will get sucked into the story line . There are some great misdirections and red herrings that will keep you guessing all the way through
I am going to go back and read the rest of the series . So if you like cozy mysteries this is a good series to read so check it out .