After Doom and Broom, I just kept right on rolling and continued on to Broom with a View. I had borrowed this complete series in one book through Kindle Unlimited.
Brighton Longfield is new to Coventry. In If the Broom Fits, she met a lot of people in the town, including the sheriff, Thorn and the archives librarian, Remy. She also learned about the feud between the Tuttlesmith and Skeenbauer witches. Both Thorn and Remy have feelings for Brighton, but after Remy’s biological mother was killed, Brighton started dating Thorn.
At the beginning of Broom with a View, Brighton discovers a dead body in the parking lot of the grocery store. She’s constantly tripping over dead bodies, isn’t she? But then the FBI come in because they suspect a serial killer.
Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)
In Broom with a View, Brighton’s brother comes to town. It was his fiance that was found dead at the grocery store. Brighton doesn’t have the best relationship with her family. But Brighton has to help her baby brother, much to Thorn’s chagrin. Will it impact Brighton and Thorn’s relationship? What is going on with Remy? Well, read it and see!
This one is available on Kindle Unlimited. Broom with a View is a light, cute, cozy, paranormal mystery. If you love a cozy mystery with magic involved, you’ll like this one.
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My plan for 2021 is to write a blog post for each book I read. Last year, I read 150 books. This was number 152 for 2021. I have a lot more to write blog posts about. But yes, I have beaten my amount from last year.