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Two Can Witch the Game Review

Two Can Witch the Game


June 15, 2021

Mystery - Cozy - Paranormal - Witch


Penelope “Penny” Sharks is the owner of Penny’s bakery in Monroe Cove. So naturally when time comes for the town’s annual bake-off, Penny heads the coordination of the event. When appliances in her kitchen start going haywire for reasons she cannot explain, she turns to her best friend, who just happens to be a witch.

Cassie has been back in town for a month and has already had to deal with being haunted by a ghost until she solved the murder. Anxious, to ignore her magical abilities she is excited to get back to interior design. Yet, when a dead body is found behind Penny’s bakery, her magic and investigative skills are brought to the forefront once again.

Cassie, Penny, Finn, Dean, and Auntie Grace are back in the second book of the Crooked Windows Inn Mystery Series. As expected, Valia Lind continues to engage the reader with another mystery that keeps you guessing in her story, Two Can Witch the Game. Throw in the nuances and comical banter between characters (yes, even the cat) and you have another hit.

With profanity and sexual content excluded, and limited spelling and grammatical errors, a perfect rating of 5 out of 5 stars is righteously awarded.

Looking forward to December 31, 2021 when the series continues in the third book, Third Witch’s the Charm.

Thank you to #BookSirens, #TwoCanWitchTheGame, and #ValiaLind for the opportunity to read this book and give my honest review.

Review of the first book in this series, Once Upon A Witch, can be found at:


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