I’m a witch, so I have to ask the tough questions. Is it a bad omen to finally agree to go out on a date with someone only to have him land in jail, suspected of murder? I think that’s probably a bad omen.
With the star card dim and the goddess Athena seemingly otherwise occupied, I was enjoying the chance to work on regular old boring human police cases. Humans are far less complicated than witches. Far less complicated.
Or so I thought.
Everything seemed to be going well—Mom and I were getting along, my sisters were doing good, and I’d agreed to go out with Jason Bishop on Valentine’s Day. Everything seemed to be coming up roses (and chocolates, and maybe even a little champagne) until Unity Priestpoint, a retired local teacher, was discovered shot dead and stuffed in a trunk covered in magical symbols.
Worse? Jason Bishop was the last person to see her alive and quickly becomes a suspect—putting me on the other side of the investigation from Detective Emma Sullivan
Can I clear his name before our first date, or will I spend Valentine’s Day eating takeout at the Forkbridge Jail?
Series: The Owl Star Witch Mysteries #6