Heather Blake

The Witch and the Dead By Heather Blake: Review/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow

Darci Merriweather may be a practicing Wishcrafter in Salem, Massachusetts, but it’s not the upcoming Halloween season that has her on edge. What has her aflutter is moving out of her beloved Aunt Ve’s home into the newly remodeled and renovated home—one that she hopes to one day share with Police Chief Nick Sawyer and his daughter, Mia. It’s a change that inspires Aunt Ve to clear out her own garage, where she finds more than just old Christmas ornaments. Ve also finds the skeletonized corpse of her ex-husband Miles Babbage, whom she last saw on their wedding day, thirty years ago.

Some Like it Witchy: A Witchcraft Mystery By Heather Blake

by Cynthia Chow

It's been less than a year since Wishcrafter Darcy Merriweather moved from Ohio to Salem, Massachusetts, but in that time she’s come to trust her magical instincts. Things aren’t too fortuitous for the residents of the Enchanted Village: Darcy's instincts have her ominously quoting Macbeth as she senses a coming darkness. What Darcy doesn't believe are rumors that the Tavistock house is hexed—which is fortunate, since she’s checking out the empty mansion for her Aunt Ve's As Your Wish concierge service’s latest client.

One Potion in the Grave: A Magic Potion Mystery By Heather Blake

by Cynthia Chow

When an elegant blonde steps into Hitching Post, Alabama's Little Shop of Potions, it's not surprising that owner Carly Bell Hartwell is caught off guard. Dr. Kathryn Perry bears little resemblance to her past persona, Katie Sue Perrywinkle. Carly's friend from the wrong side of the tracks, had struggled to leave her disreputable and greedy family behind. While Katie Sue hopes to reunite with her little sister, the real reason for her return is the much anticipated wedding of country music star Landry Calhoun and orphaned heiress Gabi Greenleigh. The union of a U.S. senator’s son and a Miss Alabama beauty queen is as close to royal wedding as The Wedding Capital of The South will ever see.

The Goodbye Witch By Heather Blake: Review/Guest Post/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow
& Heather Blake

When Starla Sullivan asks her best friend if she thinks Starla could get away with murder, Darcy Merriweather's first response is to ask, "Why? Who do we need to kill?" Darcy is THAT loyal of a friend that she would immediately offer to help, even if her wish-crafting abilities prevent Darcy from granting her own wishes. It seems that Starla has spotted her ex-husband Kyle Chadwick in town, and considering that he is an escaped fugitive for assault charges from his attempted strangulation of Starla two years ago, she is in a state of panic. Even hysteria though, can't quite explain why no one else seems to have spotted Kyle or why the pictures Starla took as proof all turn out blank.

A Potion to Die For: By Heather Blake: Review/Interview/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow

Near the Appalachian foothills lies Hitching Post, wedding capital of the South, where Southerners embrace crazy and cellphones are useless. It is also where Carly Bell Hartwell happens to be a practicing hoodoo healing witch and is the owner of the Little Shop of Potions. When her neighbor Mr. Dunwoody, makes one of his never-wrong predictions of divorce the townspeople hunt down Carly, not to burn the witch at the stake, but to request preventative love potions to save their marriages.