BOOK REVIEW| FEVERFEW AND FALSE FRIENDS

Feverfew and False Friends: Mystery

(The Witches of Wormwood Mysteries Book 3)

by Ruby Loren (Goodreads Author) 

4.94  ·   Rating details ·  32 ratings  ·  31 reviews

A witch has vanished. 
The only clue to her whereabouts is a threatening letter and a gory trail that screams foul play. 
When Hazel receives a similar letter, she realises that this mystery involves the entire town… and she could be the next witch to disappear. 

It’s a race against time to find the missing woman and discover who is using their poison pen to turn the residents of Wormwood against one another. 

The town’s secrets are about to be revealed, and the truth is more twisted than anyone could have imagined.

If you like talking cats, smart mysteries, and snarky humour, you’ll love this magical mystery series.

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Wow! This series just keeps getting better and better. I love it!

Hazel is on delivery and happens upon Jesse. Jesse who has been absent for months now, naturally shows up out of the blue. What could this mean? Yep you guessed it, another mystery. Mystery always seems to turn up when Jesse is around. This time one of her own coven has disappeared. It looks as if something dragged her away.

Detective Sean Admiral is on the scene and this time he seems to be trusting Hazel a bit more. But the mystery of the missing coven member is just the tip of the iceberg.

In the last book her Aunt Linda was taken away by the Council for crimes unknown to Hazel. Things get rather dicey when Aunt Minerva suggests a break out. With surprise family showing up in town, Hazel seems to feel a darkness is coming. Can Hazel discover what is going on or will more coven members disappear?

These books have a bit of everything for all readers. Mystery, danger, action and a tad bit of romance. Not a lot of romance this go round, but I am hoping Hazel gets a bit of it next book. I always thought maybe her and Tristan might have a bit of something, but I am not so sure. Sean seems to be trusting Hazel more and the more he trusts her the more he opens up and shows a side of him that she is pretty sure no one else sees.

Overall this book is a page turner of fun and Hemlock tends to be the life of the party. I can’t wait to see what direction this series takes next, especially with the bomb dropped on us at the end of this book. Hazel is right. Something is coming alright. And it might just be the end of happy life in Wormwood.

If you love a good cozy mystery, full of paranormal fun, then this book is for you. From talking cats to hell hounds, this book is sure to keep you reading for hours on end. So pick up your copy today. If you are just discovering the Witches of Wormwood, then pick up the prequel Hemlock and Hedge and let the adventure begin.

*ARC provided by Ruby Loren

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About Ruby Loren

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Ruby Loren was born and raised in East Sussex, England. She writes cozy mysteries, paranormal mysteries, and stories about rockstars. Her books are designed to take you away to a little slice of a different world, often set in a rural corner of South East England. Full of ideas, she is always busy writing her next bestseller!

Ruby is the author of the Madigan Amos cozy mysteries, a funny, twisty series that stars zookeeper, Madigan Amos, and is set in Sussex. She has many other cozy mystery series under her belt, including the Blooming series, the Emily Haversson Mysteries, the Hayley Argent Mysteries, and the Holly Winter Mysteries, all set in England. 

The themes of her books range from cunning, twisty plots, to slightly silly, humorous mysteries, designed to make you laugh. Her books are perfect for readers, who love to get a know a character, and like to look on the lighter side of life. 

Ruby still lives near Brighton, in East Sussex, with her fox-fighting, bird-murdering cat, Jasper. When she’s not writing, she’s travelling the world with her musical duo, Rumours, playing electric guitar and singing lead vocals. 

To find out more about Ruby and pick up 3 free books, visit her website: www.rubyloren.com

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