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Wishful Wisteria

Wisteria Witches Mysteries, Book 10
Narrated by: Tiffany Williams
Series: Wisteria Witches Mysteries, Book 10
Length: 8 hrs and 33 mins
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Summary

What goes around comes around, so be careful who you bite.

It's September, which is a rainy month in Wisteria, and a storm is brewing.

When a magic mechanic takes The Big Nap in a comfy chair at the library, suspicion turns to the local librarian witch. What has Zara Riddle done now? Poisoned the guy for talking too loud? She shrugs off the accusations, as usual, and tries to help with the investigation, also as usual.

But this time around, the local vampire detective isn't swinging by Zara's house to take her along for the ride. He may be Zara's boyfriend after hours, but when it comes to solving crimes, he has a new partner. For Zara, dealing with "that girl" is like getting turned into a cat, then being petted backward, from tail to nose. It's just wrong!

Worst of all, the town's new ghost is becoming an international celebrity, attracting outsiders and media attention.

Once the library is overrun by a horde of ghost hunters, Zara and her coven attempt to resolve the haunting. Can the motley crew of witches actually cooperate in the face of imminent danger? Or will they succumb to dark forces?

In the end, Zara will find herself caught in the middle of a battle she never expected, much less wanted.

Friends turn to foes, and foes turn to frenemies in book 10 of the hit Wisteria Witches Mysteries series, Wishful Wisteria.

Wishful Wisteria is book three in the Daybreak mini-series trilogy (Wardens of Wisteria, Wisteria Warned, Wishful Wisteria), and the 10th book set in the world of the Wisteria Witches Mysteries. The main character is Zara Riddle, and as of publication, it is the latest on the world's timeline!

©2019 Angela Pepper (P)2019 Angela Pepper

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Another excellent audiobook

I greatly enjoyed this audiobook, another interesting, and not too stressful, magical mystery set in Wisteria. I liked the way that the characters from the different strands of the Wisteria books are gradually coming together, and I’m definitely enjoying Zara and Bentley’s ongoing relationship. After all the hassle with Chet, it’s lovely to see her in a happy relationship. I did miss Zoe though, she hardly came into this one at all. I hope that she’ll be a bigger part of the next one.

The narration was excellent, as always. Tiffany Williams has a way of bringing the story alive, and her expression is always spot on.

I’d definitely recommend this audiobook, no doubt I’ll be doing another listen through of this series at some point in the not too distant future.

I was given a free copy of this audiobook. My opinions are my own.

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  • Clau
  • 09-02-20

I love this series SO much!

We met with Zara again... and just in time to witness a mysterious death at the library! Zara is dead-set in helping his boyfriend, Detective Bentley, to discover who (and how!) killed Harry Blackstone. All of that, of course, while she and Zoey are dealing with the revelations from the last book :P

As you can imagine, there are a lot of subplots here: Zara and Zoey backstory; old a new family's members; Charlize job's situation, Bentley's new partner, her Aunt Zinnia and her friends from the Wisteria Permit Department...

A lot of the threads of previous books are closed and new ones are open, some characters are gone and new ones arrive and all of these comes with the usual fantastic, fun writing that Angela Pepper delivers, and I really can't have enough of it.

Another fantastic addition to this series ♥

And, as always, Tiffany Williams' narration is perfect :)

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  • Maria Hernandez
  • 17-01-20

absolutely love love love

absolutely loved wysteria which is sad to see it end hopefully a new chapter will begin

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  • James Marsh
  • 16-01-20

Replete with Riveting Riddle Revelations

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
After the bombshell dropped at the end of the last book, time moves forward and the Riddle women are both dealing with the recent the changes in their lives, positive and negative.
We’ve gotten to know a lot more of the mysteries of Wisteria and the Riddle family but there are more secrets unfolding. Zara is surrounded by supernatural family and friends
This volume is packed with the characteristic humor, heart and haunting mysteries that the series is known for. You will be chortling with laughter, gasping at twists and have your heart warmed by reunions and new relationships formed. We see more overlap between the different series seen in Wisteria including some welcome new additions. This volume ends on a very positive note and one feels the series drawing to a close. Not yet. This is not the epic conclusion but it does make me already miss my visits to this small community full of witches, ghosts, shapeshifters, sprites and more.
Tiffany Williams is back and once again elevates narration beyond merely reading to giving a lively performance that brings each characters unique voice to life.
Highly recommend to anyone who is a fan of Wisteria.

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  • robert cash
  • 13-01-20

Ready for the Next Book

I can not get enough of the Witches of Wisteria ... I enjoy listening to everything they get into with family and friends. Ready for #11

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  • Raychel oxley
  • 11-01-20

never disappoints!

I love everything about this series. and i listened t ok them so quickly that now i "patiently" wait for the next one to come out.

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  • Nelle
  • 24-03-20

We Are Family

I love the Riddles I can not say it enough
the dynamics between them all are amazing
This story was no different
They hook you and keep you pinned to your seat waiting to find out what they will get into next.

This book brings them all together and unites them in a way I have been waiting 10 books for.

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  • Lidia Chymkowska
  • 15-03-20

Death in the library...

It's a comeback for me to Wisteria and it's as much fun as it was with the previous books, though this time the focus is I feel on Zara's personal life rather than solving the ghostly mystery:)

The starting point is simple - an older gentlemen, known to be terminally ill, dies in his sleep in the local library... The problem is, he doesn't leave the place and his ghost is a beacon for all the ghost hunters in the area, which drives the library workers crazy. So Zara has to do something about it - and she does, in her unique style:)

All the old characters are there, as colorful and quirky as we've learned to love them, and there are some new ones who complete that wonderfully nutty, wacky, insane crowd:) Zara's personal life gets even more twisted with every book and as always she manages to survive the unexpected by not taking anything too seriously... The plot is fast, with lots of twists and turns and makes for a really entertaining cozy mystery..

Narration by Ms Williams is very good, with nice voicing of individual characters and quite a bit of good acting:)

DISCLAIMER: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Aurora Dawn
  • 11-03-20

Libraries and Other Haunts

When a mechanic friend of her father's dies in his favourite chair at the library, Zinia and her co-workers are besieged by hoards of ghost hunters and Zinia sets out to help resolve the odd circumstances of his death and help send him on his way.
Meanwhile, family secrets are uncovered and her coven builds new relationships.
Another of the always entertaining and charmingly amusing Riddle family tales from the little town of Wisteria.

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  • Curly's Ramblings
  • 05-03-20

Entertaining

Zara and friends are back to solve another mystery. A few loose ends are tied up and an unexpected surprise brings family peace. The storyline is interesting and entertaining and the characters are likable! The narrator did a fantastic job! I received a free copy of this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Jan
  • 01-03-20

Laugh yourself silly!

shifters, verbal-humor, situational-humor, small-town, snarky, ghosts, murder-investigation, magic

Disclaimer: I love Angela Pepper books and especially the WISTERIA WITCHES!
There was a body in the Library! The Medical Examiner said "The perpetrator picked a peck of poisoned peppers"! A great fun story that's so good that it doesn't matter if this is the first you've tried. Bet it won't be the last!
Narrator Tiffany Williams is terrific at magnifying the fun factors.

"There's a secret landfill for magic in the middle of Indiana." Gotcha!