Friday, February 22, 2019

Great Escapes Book Tours Book Review: Eclairs, Scares & Haunted Home Repairs

Eclairs, Scares & Haunted Home Repairs by Erin Johnson


About the Book


Eclairs, Scares & Haunted Home Repairs (Spells & Caramels).
Cozy Mystery 9th in Series
Self Published (February 15, 2019)
Print Length: 298 pages
A bakehouse in the making. A dangerous ghost in the tower. Will their welcome to the neighborhood be short-lived? Imogen wants nothing more than to complete her sweet dream. With her adoring fiancé Hank at her side, the witch and her friends dive into renovations for their new home and soon-to-be bakery. But all their efforts seem futile when they wake to find the house eerily ripped apart all over again… As Imogen examines her humble abode's shady history, she discovers evidence for a malevolent spirit living inside. But with less-than-welcoming neighbors keeping a close, suspicious watch, she wonders if it’s not the dead but the living who pose the biggest threat… Will Imogen root out the culprit, or will her culinary future collapse under the weight of an unsolved murder? Eclairs, Scares & Haunted Home Repairs is the ninth book in the charming Spells & Caramels paranormal cozy mystery series. If you like lovable characters, chilling twists, and enchanting adventures, then you’ll love Erin Johnson’s marvelous tale. Buy Eclairs, Scares & Haunted Home Repairs to solve a magical whodunit today!
 Review: I can't believe this is the 9th book in the series. I've read just about all of them and I have to say, I've loved every one.

As I've said before, though you can read these books as standalone novels it is best to read this series in order so things make more sense. This series really is one continuous story.

In this book Hank and Imogen have a new house to renovate only its more than a little bit haunted and it also seems like there's someone or something that doesn't want them there. There's also a matter of an unsolved murder that ties in with the house.

In some books all the subplots and other goings on could make things complicated, but not here. I especially enjoyed the owners of the diner who happened to be original owners of the house Hank and Imogen are trying to renovate, emphasis on the word trying, as every time they do something, it is undone the next day and vandalized to boot.  Then there is the background on the house and its "haunting."

This was probably the best book in the series so far. It is definitely full of action and some nail biting moments for everyone.

I can't believe that there is only one more book to go in this series, because I've really become quite attached to these characters. They feel like family.

I can't wait to read the next book even if it means saying goodbye to old friends.

Rating: 5 flowers

About the Author

Erin Johnson is a native of Tempe, Arizona, Erin spends her time crafting mysterious, magical, romance-filled stories that’ll hopefully make you laugh. In between, she’s traveling, napping with her dogs, eating with her friends and family, and teaching Pilates (to allow her to eat more).
Purchase Link – Amazon 

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