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The game is afoot in Ebenezer Falls, Washington, and this time someone is trying to ruin Christmas! With twists, turns, and suspects aplenty, amateur sleuth Stevie Cartwright is determined to find a murderer and her missing familiar before the silver bells tarnish! USA Today bestselling cozy mystery author Dakota Cassidy serves up mayhem and murder in How the Witch Stole Ch The game is afoot in Ebenezer Falls, Washington, and this time someone is trying to ruin Christmas! With twists, turns, and suspects aplenty, amateur sleuth Stevie Cartwright is determined to find a murderer and her missing familiar before the silver bells tarnish! USA Today bestselling cozy mystery author Dakota Cassidy serves up mayhem and murder in How the Witch Stole Christmas, Book 5 of her bestselling series, Witchless in Seattle Mysteries It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas--! Er, not so much. . . It's Christmas, and I, ex-witch, Stevie Cartwright declare this my favorite time of year! I love the decorations! The food! The Hallmark Channel holiday specials! This year promises to be better than ever because for the first time in a very long time, I'm going to have more than just Cheez Whiz, Triscuits and the wish to be surrounded by family and friends. My carefully planned holiday bonanza includes all the usual suspects. My bat familiar Belfry, my dog Whiskey, my ever-present ghostly spy friends--dashing Brit Winterbottom, stalwart Russian Arkady and my parents. However, nothing comes easy for this amateur sleuth, not even a neighborhood decorating contest. You know, the one I've been painstakingly prepping for months? Something goes horribly awry with my Christmas display (think bikini-clad carolers, pink flamingos and real, live turkeys) to start. But the worst? The dead body of the famous Chef Pascal Le June in my nativity scene! It becomes clear someone's trying to ruin my Christmas, and that someone must pay! But when Belfry goes missing, and the danger takes on a paranormal edge, I find I have more to lose than ever before. . . This cozy mystery has a complete cast of oddball characters from witches to ghosts and bats to psychics. Witchless In Seattle Mysteries is a spin-off of Dakota Cassidy's bestselling paranormal romance series, A Paris, Texas Romance.


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The game is afoot in Ebenezer Falls, Washington, and this time someone is trying to ruin Christmas! With twists, turns, and suspects aplenty, amateur sleuth Stevie Cartwright is determined to find a murderer and her missing familiar before the silver bells tarnish! USA Today bestselling cozy mystery author Dakota Cassidy serves up mayhem and murder in How the Witch Stole Ch The game is afoot in Ebenezer Falls, Washington, and this time someone is trying to ruin Christmas! With twists, turns, and suspects aplenty, amateur sleuth Stevie Cartwright is determined to find a murderer and her missing familiar before the silver bells tarnish! USA Today bestselling cozy mystery author Dakota Cassidy serves up mayhem and murder in How the Witch Stole Christmas, Book 5 of her bestselling series, Witchless in Seattle Mysteries It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas--! Er, not so much. . . It's Christmas, and I, ex-witch, Stevie Cartwright declare this my favorite time of year! I love the decorations! The food! The Hallmark Channel holiday specials! This year promises to be better than ever because for the first time in a very long time, I'm going to have more than just Cheez Whiz, Triscuits and the wish to be surrounded by family and friends. My carefully planned holiday bonanza includes all the usual suspects. My bat familiar Belfry, my dog Whiskey, my ever-present ghostly spy friends--dashing Brit Winterbottom, stalwart Russian Arkady and my parents. However, nothing comes easy for this amateur sleuth, not even a neighborhood decorating contest. You know, the one I've been painstakingly prepping for months? Something goes horribly awry with my Christmas display (think bikini-clad carolers, pink flamingos and real, live turkeys) to start. But the worst? The dead body of the famous Chef Pascal Le June in my nativity scene! It becomes clear someone's trying to ruin my Christmas, and that someone must pay! But when Belfry goes missing, and the danger takes on a paranormal edge, I find I have more to lose than ever before. . . This cozy mystery has a complete cast of oddball characters from witches to ghosts and bats to psychics. Witchless In Seattle Mysteries is a spin-off of Dakota Cassidy's bestselling paranormal romance series, A Paris, Texas Romance.

30 review for How the Witch Stole Christmas (Witchless in Seattle, #5)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Theresa

    4.5 Stars... Christmas has come to Ebenezer Falls and, of course, chaos must follow... When Stevie's house is vandalized, the pastry chef found dead in her nativity, and Belfry is missing, Stevie and friends must put on their sleuthing hats and solve the mystery in time for Christmas... With humor and heart, Dakota Cassidy gives her readers a holiday story to remember... An enjoyable and memorable cozy holiday mystery:) 4.5 Stars... Christmas has come to Ebenezer Falls and, of course, chaos must follow... When Stevie's house is vandalized, the pastry chef found dead in her nativity, and Belfry is missing, Stevie and friends must put on their sleuthing hats and solve the mystery in time for Christmas... With humor and heart, Dakota Cassidy gives her readers a holiday story to remember... An enjoyable and memorable cozy holiday mystery:)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Madison Warner Fairbanks

    How the Witch Stole Christmas by Dakota Cassidy Book 5 in this paranormal cozy mystery series. Best to read them in order. Full of kooky and bumbling mystery solving with characters that feel like family. Amusing and entertaining. Excerpt: “And these tombstones? Can you explain why our names are on them? Are you mocking our committee and the contest? A contest that has been a tradition for fifty years in Ebenezer Falls, Miss Cartwright. Or need I remind you?” I cocked my head at Mrs. Vanderhelm and How the Witch Stole Christmas by Dakota Cassidy Book 5 in this paranormal cozy mystery series. Best to read them in order. Full of kooky and bumbling mystery solving with characters that feel like family. Amusing and entertaining. Excerpt: “And these tombstones? Can you explain why our names are on them? Are you mocking our committee and the contest? A contest that has been a tradition for fifty years in Ebenezer Falls, Miss Cartwright. Or need I remind you?” I cocked my head at Mrs. Vanderhelm and her question, peering at her in the glow of the red light in an attempt to read her facial expression. “What? No! I would never—” “Wouldn’t you, then?” she asked, lifting a penciled-in eyebrow as she tapped her clipboard with her red pen of death. “Wasn’t it you, in all your sarcasm, who asked all those questions about whether the stringent rules we take quite seriously for this contest allowed for one to breathe?” Oh. Okay. Yeah, I had asked that. But they only had a million and two rules, and as Mrs. Vanderhelm had set about the tedious task of reading them aloud, I’d tried to lighten the boredom. Obviously, I needed to learn to read my audience better or shut up, the latter probably being my best bet. I shot her a guilty look as another stiff breeze ruffled my thin caftan, slicing through the fabric and making my knees quiver. “I did, but I swear to you, Mrs. Vanderhelm, despite my crass jokes, I took this contest very seriously and I adhered to all the rules. I adhered so hard, I was like Gorilla Glue. Swear it on my secondhand Kenneth Coles." Excerpt From: Cassidy, Dakota. “How the Witch Stole Christmas."

  3. 5 out of 5

    ~~~Sue~~~ O.

    I enjoy these books!

  4. 4 out of 5

    ☕️Kimberly

    So our ex-witch is all excited about the upcoming holiday. Stevie is taking part in the local Holiday Home Decorating contest, and she's been cautious taking care to follow all of the rules. She even hired Chef Pascal Le June to make mouth watering pastries...only he ends up dead in her nativity scene. She comes home moments before the judges are scheduled to arrive, and her decorations have been replaced by half naked carolers, Mardi Grad revelers, a pooping Easter bunny and more. It was over t So our ex-witch is all excited about the upcoming holiday. Stevie is taking part in the local Holiday Home Decorating contest, and she's been cautious taking care to follow all of the rules. She even hired Chef Pascal Le June to make mouth watering pastries...only he ends up dead in her nativity scene. She comes home moments before the judges are scheduled to arrive, and her decorations have been replaced by half naked carolers, Mardi Grad revelers, a pooping Easter bunny and more. It was over the top hilarious. Of course, the judges are aghast, and Belfrey Stevie's familiar is missing. Her roommates the ghostly Brit, Winterbottom, Arkady a former Russian spy (now deceased), and her dog Whiskey set out to help her find Belfry. Along the way, they will try to discover what happened to the Chef and uncover who sabotaged her Christmas. This series is a lot of fun with character development and growth as Stevie begins to get some of her powers back. Within the story is a clever murder mystery whodunit and a missing familiar. Stevie has become quite the armature sleuth and is learning to trust her instincts. Her friendship continues to strength with Winterbottom. I loved their back and forth banter and his protectiveness. There is almost an air of romance, but of course, he resides on a different plan. The motley crew Stevie has surrounded herself with make me smile.  The motley crew Stevie has surrounded herself with make me laugh. From cute names to advice they all care for Stevie but also add some humor and aid the investigation. The villain ties into the overall ARC, and I look forward to seeing it resolved. The current case was interesting with a few twists complicated by the paranormal factor. Stevie never has a dull moment, but she is growing on the town folks. I adore the name calling and snark between her and a certain local police officer. Hollie Jackson continues to narrate the series, and aside from Belfrey's voice, I think she is perfect for this series. Her Winterbottom and Arkady accents are fun, and she nails Stevie. Belfrey is a little high pitched, but the little guy was missing throughout most of the story, so we got a reprieve. He is, however, a cute little fellow. audio provided by the publisher. This review was originally posted at Caffeinated Book Reviewer

  5. 4 out of 5

    Berls

    I know I said the last one was one of my favorites, but this one beats it for sure. First of all, it's just ridiculous, in the best way. If you love Christmas, like I do, you can relate to Stevie's excitement over the holiday and all her plans for the town's decorating competition. And when it gets sabotaged in the most ridiculous ways, I both felt for her and laughed so hard I could cry. Until the murder of course. And even that was kinda ridiculous though. The mystery element was really good i I know I said the last one was one of my favorites, but this one beats it for sure. First of all, it's just ridiculous, in the best way. If you love Christmas, like I do, you can relate to Stevie's excitement over the holiday and all her plans for the town's decorating competition. And when it gets sabotaged in the most ridiculous ways, I both felt for her and laughed so hard I could cry. Until the murder of course. And even that was kinda ridiculous though. The mystery element was really good in this one and I liked the way it brought the paranormal more to the forefront. Belfry was absent for most the book which was hard, as he's a favorite character. I'm loving the addition of Arkady, his butchery of American sayings cracks me up and the narration really breathes life into his great character.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Brenda H

    4 stars. Review to come

  7. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Not great.

  8. 5 out of 5

    A.M. Cummins

    4.5 Stars - I am finding this series truly entertaining. Stevie and gang are funny and smart. I love the fact they work together to solve a problem.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sandee

    Someone is trying to destroy Stevie's Christmas and doing it very well. All her efforts are being undone and now Belfry is missing, possibly batnapped! Another fun and exciting book in this delightful series. But this time I was disappointed in the ending. Yes, the story wraps up appropriately but I wish Dakota had spent the time to describe what happened after the mystery is solved. I would have enjoyed reading about the Stevie's perfect Christmas. Someone is trying to destroy Stevie's Christmas and doing it very well. All her efforts are being undone and now Belfry is missing, possibly batnapped! Another fun and exciting book in this delightful series. But this time I was disappointed in the ending. Yes, the story wraps up appropriately but I wish Dakota had spent the time to describe what happened after the mystery is solved. I would have enjoyed reading about the Stevie's perfect Christmas.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lucy Dosch (EBookObsessed)

    I think this series is adorable. Maybe it is just how the narrator plays with it. This was a much shorter story than the other and while it had fun aspects, there wasn’t much to it and yet it had a more convoluted plot. This is a Christmas story which came out in December but the audiobook was just released and I do enjoy the narrator on this series so I waited. In this story, our favorite magicless witch, Stevie Cartwright is looking forward to competing in this year’s holiday decoration contest. I think this series is adorable. Maybe it is just how the narrator plays with it. This was a much shorter story than the other and while it had fun aspects, there wasn’t much to it and yet it had a more convoluted plot. This is a Christmas story which came out in December but the audiobook was just released and I do enjoy the narrator on this series so I waited. In this story, our favorite magicless witch, Stevie Cartwright is looking forward to competing in this year’s holiday decoration contest. This is the first year in a long, long time that Christmas will be more than just Stevie and her familiar, Belfry. She almost has a full house with her dog Whiskey, two ghostly spy-guys in her heard and her parents coming in for the holiday. Stevie is really looking forward to Christmas this year. That is until she gets home and finds all of her Christmas decorations have been replaced. Santa on the rooftop is now an Easter Bunny, shooting eggs out his butt, the carolers are not dressed in bikinis and singing Def Leopard, and why the hell are their scantily clad women on her balcony throwing Mardi Gras beads? As if this chaos isn’t enough, the very angry judges find something worse behind her trashed nativity scene…the body of the pastry chef who had prepared the treats for the judges. Stevie is forced to keep to a budget set by the Judges so everything is fair between households. Stevie makes a paper mache nativity (in the snow?) but she has money for carolers? Once more murder finds Stevie in the small town of Ebeneezer Falls, and it is up to the ex-witch and her two former spies to figure out who killed the pastry chef…and who is killing Stevie’s Christmas.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Miki Quick

    I love these! So waiting for Winterbutt" to be able to appear in the flesh! Will Stevie recover her full witchy powers eventually? Who's going to show up dead next? That Adam is getting pretty good at his attempts to kill Stevie. It'll be interesting to see what he tries next as well. I was suspicious at first of the reappearance of her father in the last book, but he seems genuine, and hope he shows up some more. These are sweet little mysteries and easy, enjoyable reads. Love Dakota's humor. I love these! So waiting for Winterbutt" to be able to appear in the flesh! Will Stevie recover her full witchy powers eventually? Who's going to show up dead next? That Adam is getting pretty good at his attempts to kill Stevie. It'll be interesting to see what he tries next as well. I was suspicious at first of the reappearance of her father in the last book, but he seems genuine, and hope he shows up some more. These are sweet little mysteries and easy, enjoyable reads. Love Dakota's humor.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Stormi (BMReviewsohmy)

    All Stevie wanted was to have a great Christmas but everything was going wrong. Someone had ruined her decorations that she had outside and traded some in for horrible ugly non Christmasy types. She was so distraught over this that she didn't even notice the dead body until after those coming to judge her holiday decor found him.  Then Stevie realizes her bat Belfry is missing and she can hear him calling for help but has no clue where he is and she is the only one who can hear him. Neither of he All Stevie wanted was to have a great Christmas but everything was going wrong. Someone had ruined her decorations that she had outside and traded some in for horrible ugly non Christmasy types. She was so distraught over this that she didn't even notice the dead body until after those coming to judge her holiday decor found him.  Then Stevie realizes her bat Belfry is missing and she can hear him calling for help but has no clue where he is and she is the only one who can hear him. Neither of her ghostly friends Winterbottom or Arkady can hear him. The only thing they can think of is it must be the work of Alex, the witch that slapped her witchy powers out of her a while back. Though she has slowly be getting back some powers she is not getting excited about it as it could be a fluke.  Meanwhile, she also needs to figure out what happened to Chef Pascal Le June and there are a few suspects but she is a little distracted by her bat being gone.  I love Stevie, she is so funny! I almost feel as if she is a collector of sorts. It seems like she gains either an animal or ghost with each mystery. :) There is now two ghost, a bat, a dog and now a turkey. :) It's a fun combination and they are just fun characters to read about! This was a short holiday mystery and I enjoyed it as much as the others. Is it bad that I was kind of glad that Belfry was missing cause his screech little voice is slightly annoying...lol. :) 

  13. 4 out of 5

    Imjussayin

    How the Witch Stole Christmas - Witchless in Seattle 5 Reading in chronological order is best. This urban fantasy is whacky witty and wonderful. 🎉 I had to end the year and begin the year with the series. It's great. Here's a synopsis-review from book one which says it all. 😉 Connect with me on Twitter and FB See all my reviews Check out my blog on imjussayin Book Rating Sexual Content: U Language: U Violent: U Would I read the next one or reread?: Yes My rating system (* = star) 0* Could not finish this bo How the Witch Stole Christmas - Witchless in Seattle 5 Reading in chronological order is best. This urban fantasy is whacky witty and wonderful. 🎉 I had to end the year and begin the year with the series. It's great. Here's a synopsis-review from book one which says it all. 😉 Connect with me on Twitter and FB See all my reviews Check out my blog on imjussayin Book Rating Sexual Content: U Language: U Violent: U Would I read the next one or reread?: Yes My rating system (* = star) 0* Could not finish this book (waste of time) 1* Finished the book but didn't like it. 2* Finished the book it was okay. 3* A good read worth your time. 4* An excellent read often with a novel concept or unusual plot. 5* A great read. A prominent example of the genre.r i

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kelly at

    Review will be posted at www.books-n-kisses.com . NUMBER OF HEARTS: 4 Awe.... another grand adventure for Stevie, amateur sleuth and royal pain it the Eb Falls Police forces backside, Cartwright and crew. But this time around someone is trying to ruin Stevie’s perfect christmas. How could someone do such a thing? Well.... Stevie has a few people that are not quite her fans. But still dead bodies, Easter decorations, Mardi Gras bead and bikini clad carolers..... Someone is pulling out all the stop Review will be posted at www.books-n-kisses.com . NUMBER OF HEARTS: 4 Awe.... another grand adventure for Stevie, amateur sleuth and royal pain it the Eb Falls Police forces backside, Cartwright and crew. But this time around someone is trying to ruin Stevie’s perfect christmas. How could someone do such a thing? Well.... Stevie has a few people that are not quite her fans. But still dead bodies, Easter decorations, Mardi Gras bead and bikini clad carolers..... Someone is pulling out all the stops. But who and why. And where the heck is Belfry?? Another good story from Ms. Cassidy. I am loving all the adventures that Stevie, Win and Belfry go on. With each story I keep hoping that we are closer to a resolution for the Adam Westfield issue, the new Fakebottom issue and the Stevie and Win on different plans issue. At the same time that I am hoping for these to be solved I also don’t want this series to come to an end. Can’t wait to see what is up next. Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from Dakota Cassidy in exchange for an honest review. This review is my own opinion and not a paid review.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Hsu Lee

    Stevie joins the neighborhood festivities by entering on a decorating contest. She is going to make the mansion a sight to behold. Her Christmas display are going to put everybody else display to shame. She definitely is going to win 1st prize. She is also preparing a Christmas fest. She is going all out for this Christmas Since we talking about Stevie, it would not be Christmas w/o a body, of course. Where Belfry ? He disappeared. Now more than ever, Stevie has to solve the mystery. It is he only way to Stevie joins the neighborhood festivities by entering on a decorating contest. She is going to make the mansion a sight to behold. Her Christmas display are going to put everybody else display to shame. She definitely is going to win 1st prize. She is also preparing a Christmas fest. She is going all out for this Christmas Since we talking about Stevie, it would not be Christmas w/o a body, of course. Where Belfry ? He disappeared. Now more than ever, Stevie has to solve the mystery. It is he only way to get Belfry back.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Janet Armentani

    it's the most wonderful time of the year....or at least it should be. For our gal Stevie, this is the first Christmas with her father, mother and without her magick. Even, so she's intent on making it the best ever! When she gets home just before the judges arrive to find that all of her Christmas decorations are sooooooooo not what they were supposed to be (think every holiday on meth and then some),finds a very dead pastry chef in her garden, and a missing familiar she's afraid that Christmas it's the most wonderful time of the year....or at least it should be. For our gal Stevie, this is the first Christmas with her father, mother and without her magick. Even, so she's intent on making it the best ever! When she gets home just before the judges arrive to find that all of her Christmas decorations are sooooooooo not what they were supposed to be (think every holiday on meth and then some),finds a very dead pastry chef in her garden, and a missing familiar she's afraid that Christmas this year just might be cancelled. Another great, funny, cozy mystery read!!!!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    What a perfect time of year to listen to this book. Stevie Cartwright, ex-witch, declares Christmas as her favorite time of year and has spent the last month getting ready for the decorating contest. Everything is set to perfection... until she gets home from work to find a living nightmare has taken over her house and decorations. To make it worse the judges are right behind her. As she attempts to usher them into the house where a beautiful holiday buffet awaits they find a dead chef in her hyd What a perfect time of year to listen to this book. Stevie Cartwright, ex-witch, declares Christmas as her favorite time of year and has spent the last month getting ready for the decorating contest. Everything is set to perfection... until she gets home from work to find a living nightmare has taken over her house and decorations. To make it worse the judges are right behind her. As she attempts to usher them into the house where a beautiful holiday buffet awaits they find a dead chef in her hydrangeas. The hunt is on not only for the murderer but also the fiend who stole her Christmas!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Debby

    The Witchless in Seattle series is a fun, get lost in fantasy, series. Stevie Cartwright, a witch stripped of her powers, goes back to her home in Washington. She soon learns that she can still hear at least one ghost. Thus begins her escapades with murder, sluething and making herself a nuisance with the police and all things witchy. Just a nice get away from the stresses of the day and have some laughs. I've been listening to the audio books and love how the narrator, Hollie Jackson, brings the The Witchless in Seattle series is a fun, get lost in fantasy, series. Stevie Cartwright, a witch stripped of her powers, goes back to her home in Washington. She soon learns that she can still hear at least one ghost. Thus begins her escapades with murder, sluething and making herself a nuisance with the police and all things witchy. Just a nice get away from the stresses of the day and have some laughs. I've been listening to the audio books and love how the narrator, Hollie Jackson, brings the characters to life.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lory

    This story definitely has you on a emotional rollercoaster. Poor Stevie is yet again caught in another adventure that she didn't see coming but this time it's way to close to home. This enjoyable and entertaining story will have your emotions all over the place. Another great and funny read looking forward to the next book in the series. I voluntarily read and review this ARC no minority compensation was received the opinions I have expressed are my own. This story definitely has you on a emotional rollercoaster. Poor Stevie is yet again caught in another adventure that she didn't see coming but this time it's way to close to home. This enjoyable and entertaining story will have your emotions all over the place. Another great and funny read looking forward to the next book in the series. I voluntarily read and review this ARC no minority compensation was received the opinions I have expressed are my own.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

    This novella in one of my fave series was fun. A quick, easy-reading, fun treat. All the things I love about the full-length books is here, Stevie being a disaster-magnet, the hilarious humour between Stevie, Win, and now the Russian ghost addition Arkady, the cast of characters in Stevie's little town of weirdness. These books always make me laugh, and that is always a good read. I enjoyed this. This novella in one of my fave series was fun. A quick, easy-reading, fun treat. All the things I love about the full-length books is here, Stevie being a disaster-magnet, the hilarious humour between Stevie, Win, and now the Russian ghost addition Arkady, the cast of characters in Stevie's little town of weirdness. These books always make me laugh, and that is always a good read. I enjoyed this.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Dann

    A convoluted holiday tale, How the Witch Stole Christmas is an unusual mix of witchcraft and yuletide cheer. When former witch Stevie Cartwright comes home to find her caterer dead and her Christmas lights and displays sabotaged she begins to suspect that someone is attempting to kill her. Poorly written, author Dakota Cassidy spends nearly a third of the novel recapping the Witchless in Seattle series (of which this is Book 5) in long exposition dumps; going through the characters’ histories an A convoluted holiday tale, How the Witch Stole Christmas is an unusual mix of witchcraft and yuletide cheer. When former witch Stevie Cartwright comes home to find her caterer dead and her Christmas lights and displays sabotaged she begins to suspect that someone is attempting to kill her. Poorly written, author Dakota Cassidy spends nearly a third of the novel recapping the Witchless in Seattle series (of which this is Book 5) in long exposition dumps; going through the characters’ histories and past adventures. Also, Stevie Cartwright isn’t the most likable protagonist; coming off a bit narcissistic. But worst of all, the murder mystery really isn’t all that interesting or suspenseful. Feeling more like a middle episode in a season than a standalone story, How the Witch Stole Christmas fails to deliver any Christmas magic.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Dianne Barskey

    Who wants to ruin Stevie's Christmas? Her decorations for the Ebenezer Falls decorating contest get completely changed to a horrifying display. Another murder and the body is found in Stevie's flower bed. The gang works on solving it and trying to save Christmas. Twists and turns abound in this series and this book continues the pattern. Who wants to ruin Stevie's Christmas? Her decorations for the Ebenezer Falls decorating contest get completely changed to a horrifying display. Another murder and the body is found in Stevie's flower bed. The gang works on solving it and trying to save Christmas. Twists and turns abound in this series and this book continues the pattern.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    Excellent book! I recommend this series of books as the stories are well written. You have a mystery, humor and family. Stevie, Win, Bel , Whiskey and even Stickler for Rules but you must not forget the Russian! The action from the ghosts helping Stevie is priceless! Read and enjoy as I am off to read the next book, " Ain't Love A Witch." Excellent book! I recommend this series of books as the stories are well written. You have a mystery, humor and family. Stevie, Win, Bel , Whiskey and even Stickler for Rules but you must not forget the Russian! The action from the ghosts helping Stevie is priceless! Read and enjoy as I am off to read the next book, " Ain't Love A Witch."

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    Omg when a book starts with a comparison to clark griswold in Christmas vacation, bikini clad carolers, front porch stripper pole, and bikini ladies throwing beads like it's mardi gras from your top balcony..you know this is going to be good. This didn't let me down. This was crazy from start to finish and I can't wait for more from our favorite witch, bat, and spy guys Omg when a book starts with a comparison to clark griswold in Christmas vacation, bikini clad carolers, front porch stripper pole, and bikini ladies throwing beads like it's mardi gras from your top balcony..you know this is going to be good. This didn't let me down. This was crazy from start to finish and I can't wait for more from our favorite witch, bat, and spy guys

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jean

    Witchless Christmas Well worth the book hangover. 😂 Loved it. Never boring or slow. Always keeps me entertained. Poor Stevie was having a hell of a time. Truly enjoyed this book. Highly recommend this series.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kirsten

    I like this author. I like her cast of characters. The dialogue is fun and witty. However, how many people can actually die in the main character’s home? It’s getting a little old that every single murder happens at her house.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Darlingmichie

    Another great read from Dakota Love this installment of the Witchless in Seattle series. This particular book has a slightly more paranormal twist to its plot than the previous ones. Love every second of this book! Now on the the next one!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Renae Baker

    Such an Awesome read! I LOVE this series and this particular book was the best so far. I laughed and cried and was on the edge of my seat reading the whole way through! I can't wait to see where the gang goes from here!! Such an Awesome read! I LOVE this series and this particular book was the best so far. I laughed and cried and was on the edge of my seat reading the whole way through! I can't wait to see where the gang goes from here!!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Phyllis Barnett-Lieberth

    Awesome! Great book and I love the addition of Spike! I can't wait to see what kind of trouble he causes! Awesome! Great book and I love the addition of Spike! I can't wait to see what kind of trouble he causes!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lois Alston

    Great Another one I loved. Some many characters and so much going on. Will Win even be able to come and stay?

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