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Witch is When I Said Goodbye by Adele Abbott Review

Title: Witch is When I Said Goodbye

Author: Adele Abbott

First published April 29, 2016

234 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 4.28


Dillon MacGregor was wrongly accused of a crime and subjected to unimaginable torture. But when a captivating woman is brought into his cell to distract him from his pain, he finds himself drawn to her fierce spirit and captivating beauty.

Sorcha is a Valkyrie, sworn to protect humans and serve Odin. But when she discovers that Dillon is being held captive by her own kind, she is determined to help him escape.

Together, they must confront the dangers that threaten their lives and the fate of the world. Will their passion and courage be enough to overcome the challenges they face?

Find out in Donna Grant’s spellbinding novel, Wicked Highlander.

About the Author

Step into Adele Abbott’s world and you’ll find yourself surrounded by a thrilling blend of mystery and magic, with more than a hint of the unexpected. It’s a place where anything can happen, and often does! If you’re looking for a wild ride filled with excitement and adventure, then you won’t want to miss out on the fun.

Head over to AdeleAbbott.com to discover more, or connect with fellow fans on Facebook at AdeleAbbottAuthor. Let the journey begin!

Editoral Review

Witch is When I Said Goodbye by Adele Abbott is a whimsical mystery novel that will keep readers captivated from beginning to end. Published on April 29, 2016, the book falls under the cozy mystery genre, which features quirky characters and a small-town setting.

Abbott’s writing style is light-hearted and humorous, making it an enjoyable read for fans of mystery and comedy. The novel follows the story of Jill Gooder, a witch who inherits her parents’ detective agency.

Along with her eccentric grandmother and talking cat, Jill begins to solve a series of murders that are linked to her family’s past. Set in the fictional town of Hallowstone, the book takes readers on a journey through a world of magic and mystery.

One of the book’s strengths is its character development. Abbott does an excellent job of creating likable and memorable characters that readers will connect with.

Jill is a relatable protagonist, struggling with the challenges of running a detective agency and coming to terms with the truth about her family. The supporting cast is equally well-written, with each character adding a unique element to the story.

Another strength of the book is Abbott’s humor. The author has a talent for writing witty dialogue and humorous situations that will keep readers chuckling throughout the book.

The book’s light-hearted tone is a refreshing break from more serious crime novels and provides an entertaining reading experience. However, one limitation of the book is the pacing.

At times, the story feels slow, and some parts of the plot could have been trimmed down or eliminated. Additionally, while the book is well-written, it may not offer much depth for readers looking for a more profound and thought-provoking read.

Overall, Witch is When I Said Goodbye is an enjoyable read that is sure to entertain fans of cozy mysteries. Abbott’s humor and wit make for a lighthearted and enjoyable experience, while the mystery plot keeps readers guessing until the end.

While the pacing may be slow at times, the characters and setting are sure to captivate readers. With that said, the target audience of this book may be limited to fans of lighthearted mysteries and those seeking an escape from more complex or heavy themes.

Taking everything into account, Witch is When I Said Goodbye deserves three out of five stars- a solid rating for a cozy mystery. It’s not an exceptional masterpiece, but it accomplishes what it aims to do- provide readers with a fun and entertaining escape from reality.

Fans of the cozy mystery genre who love a light-hearted read will find themselves engrossed in this whimsical tale.