Merry Mischief

Posted 3 December 2021 by Kim in Book Reviews |

Merry MischiefMerry Mischief by Bella Falls
Series: Winter Witches of Holiday Haven #11
Published: 9 November 2021
Publisher: Evermore Press
Genres: cozy mystery, holiday, romance
Pages: 157
Source: Kindle Unlimited
Format: eBook
Buy/Shelve it: Amazon | BookBub | Goodreads
Rating: five-stars
Series Rating: five-stars


the blurb

Welcome back to Holiday Haven, where the Christmas spell-abrations are frost rate!
With Christmas right around the corner, all of Holiday Haven is busy getting ready for the season. Aurora Hart’s schedule is full to the brim, but unlike last year, she is determined to enjoy every ounce of holiday fun with her bear of a boyfriend, her squirrel neighbor, her half elf best friend, and the rest of the Humbug gang. However, when her magic starts failing, Rory’s seasonal happiness just might be cursed.
Somebody is up to snow good, and it will take Rory and the rest of the Humbugs to figure out what’s going on before everybody’s holiday is ruined.
Grab a cup of cocoa and get ready to be delighted from your head to your mistletoes with Merry Mischief, the third book by Bella Falls and Book 11 in the Winter Witches of Holiday Haven series!

my review

I love this series so much, and this book did not disappoint. It’s eveyrthing a holiday-themed cozy mystery should be. Sweet and romantic with a great mystery!

About Bella Falls

Bella Falls grew up on the magic of sweet tea, barbecue, and hot and humid Southern days. She met her husband at college over an argument of how to properly pronounce the word pecan (for the record, it should be pea-cawn, and they taste amazing in a pie). Although she’s had the privilege of living all over the States and the world, her heart still beats to the rhythm of the cicadas on a hot summer’s evening.

Now, she’s taken her love of the South and woven it into a world where magic and mystery aren’t the only Charms.`

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