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As a new witch—not to mention owner of Savannah’s most enchanting bakery—Katie Lightfoot is still getting used to casting spells, brewing potions, and mastering her magical powers. But that doesn’t mean she can’t find time to enjoy a picnic with firefighter Declan McCarthy…until she stumbles upon a corpse. The dead man’s tattoo reveals he was a member of a secret society—a As a new witch—not to mention owner of Savannah’s most enchanting bakery—Katie Lightfoot is still getting used to casting spells, brewing potions, and mastering her magical powers. But that doesn’t mean she can’t find time to enjoy a picnic with firefighter Declan McCarthy…until she stumbles upon a corpse. The dead man’s tattoo reveals he was a member of a secret society—and it turns out he's missing an object that was very important to the group. When Katie learns the killer was after more than the man's life, she and her Aunt Lucy leave the baked goods on the rack to cool and set off in hot pursuit of a killer.


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As a new witch—not to mention owner of Savannah’s most enchanting bakery—Katie Lightfoot is still getting used to casting spells, brewing potions, and mastering her magical powers. But that doesn’t mean she can’t find time to enjoy a picnic with firefighter Declan McCarthy…until she stumbles upon a corpse. The dead man’s tattoo reveals he was a member of a secret society—a As a new witch—not to mention owner of Savannah’s most enchanting bakery—Katie Lightfoot is still getting used to casting spells, brewing potions, and mastering her magical powers. But that doesn’t mean she can’t find time to enjoy a picnic with firefighter Declan McCarthy…until she stumbles upon a corpse. The dead man’s tattoo reveals he was a member of a secret society—and it turns out he's missing an object that was very important to the group. When Katie learns the killer was after more than the man's life, she and her Aunt Lucy leave the baked goods on the rack to cool and set off in hot pursuit of a killer.

30 review for Bewitched, Bothered, and Biscotti

  1. 5 out of 5

    Yodamom

    Do not read this if you are on a anti baked good diet. The bakery is at the center of this fun little mystery series and the delights are in mouth watering detailed. This is the series you either break down and hit the local bakery or you put on your apron and make your own, no worries recipes are included. ; p I'm a sucker for bakery settings. I went the bake it myself route, mmmmmmm. The biscotti was scrumptious dipped in my coffee. The characters make this series a double winner for me. There Do not read this if you are on a anti baked good diet. The bakery is at the center of this fun little mystery series and the delights are in mouth watering detailed. This is the series you either break down and hit the local bakery or you put on your apron and make your own, no worries recipes are included. ; p I'm a sucker for bakery settings. I went the bake it myself route, mmmmmmm. The biscotti was scrumptious dipped in my coffee. The characters make this series a double winner for me. There are quirky witches, wicked witches, druids, wicked druids, sexy firemen, sexy/funny/wicked non magical people, cute animals, and maybe more. They have a history, well developed and written just right for this reader. (doesn't go on forever and ever) The mystery is mysterious and leads into deeper waters, dark and deadly. Who doesn't love that right ? It's not a slam dunk one step easy breezy solve mystery. I can't tell you anything that happens, it would ruin it for you. If you enjoy a cozy mystery, witches, love triangles and flakey baked goodies you may want to give it a try.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Darth J

    3.5 Stars For the most part, I liked the first one so I decided to pick up the other three in the series. I was excited that the setting of this novel was during Halloween, so naturally I was expecting a lot for a witch book set during that time of year. There's a scene with "flying" pumpkins And a final climax at a graveyard But I wasn't really getting the Halloween feelz with this book. I think the author could have definitely added more pumpkin spice to this recipe, jussayin'. To that end, here a 3.5 Stars For the most part, I liked the first one so I decided to pick up the other three in the series. I was excited that the setting of this novel was during Halloween, so naturally I was expecting a lot for a witch book set during that time of year. There's a scene with "flying" pumpkins And a final climax at a graveyard But I wasn't really getting the Halloween feelz with this book. I think the author could have definitely added more pumpkin spice to this recipe, jussayin'. To that end, here are the recipes included: Cinnamon Raisin Biscotti Coca Cola Cake (with Frosting)

  3. 5 out of 5

    ✨ Gramy ✨

    .. Bewitched, Bothered, and Biscotti is the second book of A Magical Bakery Mystery series by Bailey Cates. This cozy paranormal series provides light and quick reads without much depth in characters or plotlines. Kate's aunt, along with the rest of her book club is helpful in many ways. Between brewing magically spiced treats at Honeybee Bakery and volunteering with a local conservation group, Katie Lightfoot barely has time to see her firefighter boyfriend, Declan McCarthy, much less delve furthe .. Bewitched, Bothered, and Biscotti is the second book of A Magical Bakery Mystery series by Bailey Cates. This cozy paranormal series provides light and quick reads without much depth in characters or plotlines. Kate's aunt, along with the rest of her book club is helpful in many ways. Between brewing magically spiced treats at Honeybee Bakery and volunteering with a local conservation group, Katie Lightfoot barely has time to see her firefighter boyfriend, Declan McCarthy, much less delve further into her destiny as a witch. But avoiding her fate won’t be as easy as whipping up a new recipe—especially when Katie finds herself once again mixed up in murder. I felt Katie was way more committed to the volunteer job than the job she is responsible for as a co-owner of the bakery, and she made rash and irresponsible decisions. Her nosy neighbor perturbed me beyond belief. When a fellow volunteer for the conservation group is found dead, Katie’s mystical senses tell her that there’s more to the death than meets the eye. Her suspicions are confirmed when members of her coven are targeted next. Katie will have to embrace her powers quickly...or she may find herself chewed up and spit out by some serious black magic. Each installment is able to stand on its own. However, you will be introduced to the characters that remain from book to book and experience the development of the story much more clearly if you read the entire series in order. ..

  4. 5 out of 5

    Heather~ Nature.books.and.coffee

    I listened to this as a audiobook. It was pretty good. Some of the voices were kinda weird but didn't ruin the book.it was a good cozy mystery. I enjoyed all the talk of delicious food as well. A light read for a change of pace!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Cornelius Ashby

    This book was amazing! It is book#2 in the series. It selves more into the protagonist and her magical abilities and the magical component of her life. I love her relationship with her dog Mungo, who is her familiar in the magical world. The murder mystery was excellent. Looking forward to continuing the series!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Berit☀️✨

    Sure would be nice to have breakfast tomorrow morning with Katie and all that delicious food she cooks up, I’d also like a little sprinkle of magic as well.... It is October and I am kind of on a witch kick.... this is the second book in the series and I think it was just as good as the first if not better, I’m really enjoying these characters.... and along with fantastic characters we got a really interesting murder mystery, I really like how the author brings the magic into it all.... The only Sure would be nice to have breakfast tomorrow morning with Katie and all that delicious food she cooks up, I’d also like a little sprinkle of magic as well.... It is October and I am kind of on a witch kick.... this is the second book in the series and I think it was just as good as the first if not better, I’m really enjoying these characters.... and along with fantastic characters we got a really interesting murder mystery, I really like how the author brings the magic into it all.... The only thing that stopped me from giving this book a perfect five stars is the very troublesome love triangle.....These are both really good guys, and she is sending all kinds of mixed signals, I don’t even have a clear favorite, maybe that’s what irritates me the most about it??? Hope this gets resolved sooner than later, I will definitely be reading more books in the series.... *** narrator: Amy Rubenate another of my all-time favorite narrators... she did a fabulous job as usual, love her southern accent💛

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

    This was a lot edgier then the first book in this series and I recommend reading this to fans of Kim Harrison's Hollow series. If you are a fan of the Hollow's I'd recommend skipping book 1 and reading this right off, then if you like this and want a lighter more introductory story then try book 1 which I also enjoyed.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Vicky Marie

    I'm really liking this series. I'm starting to think of it as a light urban fantasy rather than a cozy. The supernatural aspect plays a huge role because the murder is based around a society of druids. The mystery was not that great, though, mainly due to the fact that the murderer was so blatantly obvious. Every scene they were in was like a giant sign with flashing red lights basically informing the reader of their strangeness. What's stopping me from loving the series, however, is that darn ro I'm really liking this series. I'm starting to think of it as a light urban fantasy rather than a cozy. The supernatural aspect plays a huge role because the murder is based around a society of druids. The mystery was not that great, though, mainly due to the fact that the murderer was so blatantly obvious. Every scene they were in was like a giant sign with flashing red lights basically informing the reader of their strangeness. What's stopping me from loving the series, however, is that darn romance. No more love triangles, please. Although I don't like Steve whatsoever and there is hardly any Declan for me to feel anything for him, I feel sorry for them both. Katie's reason for not choosing either is because she isn't ready to be in a relationship after her disastrous engagement. Which is totally understandable, but that doesn't mean she has to drag them through the mud. She should have told them upfront that she wanted nothing serious at the moment. Instead she chooses to lead them along, flirting and making out with them while she "takes some time for herself." Girl. No.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    I am enjoying this series. I did not think I would enjoy the magical spin to the mysteries, but I feel it is well done and gives the whole story an edge. This book is based around Halloween and I like to read seasonal books during the season, but I wanted to contine on and I didn't want to wait for 8 months to read in this series again. Yes I know I'm a little crazy about my reading lists.....

  10. 4 out of 5

    Alice

    I thought book two was much better than book one. Much better detailed mystery and better use of magic in the book. Recipe for Coca Cola cake looks intriguing. Nice job with character development. All the baked goods sound yummy

  11. 4 out of 5

    Brooke

    A cute continuation! I think I enjoyed the first one just a little bit more but this is just a fun fluff series for Halloween. 🙂

  12. 4 out of 5

    Penny Raspenny

    Yes guys! This one takes place on Halloween! I am afraid I knew who the killer was since they were first mentioned. There was a dead giveaway in my opinion (pun intended). We learned something more about what Katie is and we also found out about another magical team. Although I must admit that the best part in these books is the baking! Oh my God, I can actually smell the stuff she makes and all I can think about is that I must immediately start baking and begin my own personal grimoire full of d Yes guys! This one takes place on Halloween! I am afraid I knew who the killer was since they were first mentioned. There was a dead giveaway in my opinion (pun intended). We learned something more about what Katie is and we also found out about another magical team. Although I must admit that the best part in these books is the baking! Oh my God, I can actually smell the stuff she makes and all I can think about is that I must immediately start baking and begin my own personal grimoire full of delicious recipies! Well, actually I did but the recipe book idea is new. ^_______^ Anyway, I enjoyed it. And I was glad that our dear Katie finally had some trouble with trying to handle two guys -who are in love with her- at once. I mean, not to be a buzz-killer and all that, but you can't exchange kisses with both of them and expect them to be your friends and do you bidding when you can't make up your mind about who you want to be with. Especially when you haven't explained to them why you can't commit to a relationship right now. Oh! And did I mention they hated each other even before they met Katie? For me though it is pretty clear who she should choose. And that would be Declan. And Katie honey, if you don't want him... P.S. Yes guys, I was watching "Hocus Pocus" tonight! I had even more amazing gifs but they couldn't all fit so I'll surprise you with them later on!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Diane ~Firefly~

    I like the setting and the "spell" book club members a lot and Mungo is awesome. But I hate love triangles and this one doesn't seem to be getting any closer to being resolved. Poor Katie seems to stumble over dead bodies and her wiccan group tends to think she then has an obligation to investigate. This time around they get involved with another magical group who doesn't like being known. Katie is going to drive me crazy by not choosing between the guys and I'm not sure why they are willing to b I like the setting and the "spell" book club members a lot and Mungo is awesome. But I hate love triangles and this one doesn't seem to be getting any closer to being resolved. Poor Katie seems to stumble over dead bodies and her wiccan group tends to think she then has an obligation to investigate. This time around they get involved with another magical group who doesn't like being known. Katie is going to drive me crazy by not choosing between the guys and I'm not sure why they are willing to be played against each other unless it is also a competition thing since they seem to hate each other. Either way, I'm over it and it needs to go away. (view spoiler)[Some general thoughts - I'm not sure why Geer helped Nel get the job if he thought she killed his father. I'm glad Katie told Declan about being a witch as it took out one point of conflict. Something tells me the Dragoh Society will continue to show up in future books, especially since Steve decided to join up. (hide spoiler)]

  14. 5 out of 5

    oshizu

    3.5 stars rounded up. This series is quick, light, and fun. It also has witches, druids, and lots of yummy descriptions of baked goods.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    Katie Lightfoot, bakery owner and novice witch, stumbles across a corpse while on a picnic (don't you just hate when that happens??) This is the type of fun cozy series where each book builds on the characterizations. I enjoyed the bakery details (I've made and enjoyed Coca Cola cake before, but I'll have to try this recipe which includes Coca Cola frosting) and the Halloween touches. This volume adds in a secret druidic society that is massively patriarchal in a very annoying way. This was a join Katie Lightfoot, bakery owner and novice witch, stumbles across a corpse while on a picnic (don't you just hate when that happens??) This is the type of fun cozy series where each book builds on the characterizations. I enjoyed the bakery details (I've made and enjoyed Coca Cola cake before, but I'll have to try this recipe which includes Coca Cola frosting) and the Halloween touches. This volume adds in a secret druidic society that is massively patriarchal in a very annoying way. This was a joint read with my 88-year-old mom. She liked it, but she was able to keep herself from reading more than our agreed upon number of chapters so she didn't think it was very suspense-filled. We'll read the third in the series.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Amy "the book-bat"

    The second installment in the Magical Bakery mystery series lets us get to know the coven a little better. It also reveals a secret about Steve. I am loving this series and can't wait to read the next one.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Fred

    B, B, and B is the second in A Magical Bakery Mystery series by Bailey Cates. This is a very enjoyable series that doesn't delve deeply in magic, ghosts or witches. I feel it is just enough to make for and interesting story and food for thought. Katie Lightfoot and Declan McCarthy, along with Mungo(her familiar) are having a delicious breakfast picnic at the park when it is ruined by the discovery of a dead man. She sees a tattoo on the dead mans arm that appears to be tied to witchcraft. Katie B, B, and B is the second in A Magical Bakery Mystery series by Bailey Cates. This is a very enjoyable series that doesn't delve deeply in magic, ghosts or witches. I feel it is just enough to make for and interesting story and food for thought. Katie Lightfoot and Declan McCarthy, along with Mungo(her familiar) are having a delicious breakfast picnic at the park when it is ruined by the discovery of a dead man. She sees a tattoo on the dead mans arm that appears to be tied to witchcraft. Katie soon contacts Steve Dawes, who is a witch himself, and learns that the man is a member a secret society which has ties to witchcraft. Steve knows the group and warn Katie to not go looking into the group. But having found the dead man, this is not something she can do. It is soon learned that a book called Spell Of Necretius is missing form the dead man's library. The book contains a spell that can summon a very dark spirit. add to this, some pumpkins fell off a balcony, narrowly missing Katie and an episode where spirits had gotten into her mind, convinces her to get help from the spellbook club. Very exciting book and delicious sounding recipes are included. Looking forward to book three.

  18. 5 out of 5

    ❂ Murder by Death

    A really interesting read. This is the second book in the series and a bit of an intriguing surprise. I figured this series would be a bit light and fun and well, maybe fluffy. But this book has me thinking not-so-much - the magic goes a bit deeper and a bit darker, making me think that this series will turn out to be delightfully complex instead. The murder plot itself was fairly obvious to me - the culprit stuck out like a sore thumb, but it didn't detract at all from the book (this is a relief A really interesting read. This is the second book in the series and a bit of an intriguing surprise. I figured this series would be a bit light and fun and well, maybe fluffy. But this book has me thinking not-so-much - the magic goes a bit deeper and a bit darker, making me think that this series will turn out to be delightfully complex instead. The murder plot itself was fairly obvious to me - the culprit stuck out like a sore thumb, but it didn't detract at all from the book (this is a relief, as I seem very good at guessing the bad guys) or my enjoyment of it. I loved reading about the characters and learning more about them. The interplay between Katie and Steve is electric, but Declan is just as worthy - I hope the author can find a balance between these three that works without a stupid love-triangle-who-is-she-going-to-choose thing developing. The Savannah setting is absolutely perfect for a story like this, less obvious than New Orleans but just as appropriate. Overall, a really great story and a really enjoyable read. I am so looking forward to the next book.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jeannie and Louis Rigod

    This novel is a murder mystery within the magical lives of baker Katie Lightfoot. As Katie strives to learn the full extent of her own magical 'powers,' she also tries to balance her personal life with the non-magical world. This is not easy and it finds her having to make choices in her love life. While on a 'date,' Katie and firefighter Declan McCarthy discover a body in the square. Not only is that horrible, but the body is sporting a magical tattoo. No one wants to identify the victim and Kat This novel is a murder mystery within the magical lives of baker Katie Lightfoot. As Katie strives to learn the full extent of her own magical 'powers,' she also tries to balance her personal life with the non-magical world. This is not easy and it finds her having to make choices in her love life. While on a 'date,' Katie and firefighter Declan McCarthy discover a body in the square. Not only is that horrible, but the body is sporting a magical tattoo. No one wants to identify the victim and Katie quickly realizes that something is going on. A new detective on the police force also has the community on alert. Katie and family/friends must join together with others to solve this murder and more. A good solid murder mystery, cozy and paranormal. This is the second book in the series.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Christina

    Wow and Interesting! The coven is made up of wonderful Character! Can't wait to read more!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Teresa

    I really loved the first book and thought I found a good cozy series about well cozy witches. You know the good witch who sprinkles magic to make people happy, guide them to good choices and other such things. I DO NOT want a series about dark magic and this is what book two is all about. Once again Kate discovers a dead body which isnt a big thing in cozy books but that was the plausible thing in this book. Seems the dead body has ties to another magic group that prefers to operate in secret. A I really loved the first book and thought I found a good cozy series about well cozy witches. You know the good witch who sprinkles magic to make people happy, guide them to good choices and other such things. I DO NOT want a series about dark magic and this is what book two is all about. Once again Kate discovers a dead body which isnt a big thing in cozy books but that was the plausible thing in this book. Seems the dead body has ties to another magic group that prefers to operate in secret. And then she has strange things that happen to her. I love Mungo and the other witches only they seem to take a back seat as the love triangle is the main focus I will read the next one and decide if I stay or move on from this series.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Stefanie

    Bewitched, Bothered, and Biscotti (Magical Baking Mystery #2) by Bailey Cates was an available audiobook I chose to check out because I wanted to knit and listen to a cozy mystery. Do you ever feel cozy mysteries should have its own label? I do because then they’d be easier to find in the library’s database. I hardly remember book one which was listened to back in February 2017; I messaged the recent reader of it on Goodreads to refresh my memory; I have yet to hear back from her. I really liked t Bewitched, Bothered, and Biscotti (Magical Baking Mystery #2) by Bailey Cates was an available audiobook I chose to check out because I wanted to knit and listen to a cozy mystery. Do you ever feel cozy mysteries should have its own label? I do because then they’d be easier to find in the library’s database. I hardly remember book one which was listened to back in February 2017; I messaged the recent reader of it on Goodreads to refresh my memory; I have yet to hear back from her. I really liked this one which surprised me a bit since I faintly recall how I wasn’t blown away by the first book. The story moved. The book’s all about the magic and the murder. I felt there was an expansion of its world of magic by delving into new aspects of that world and by bringing in different types of magic. Some characters in this installment were a surprise and I did figure out who was the murderer where one particular sentence rang a bell in my mind. I had issue with a few bits: I don’t know how biscotti got into the title of this book as I only recall it being mentioned once, I wish there was more baking content, and The love triangle is kind of believable but also kind of annoying too.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jackie

    Rating: 4 out of 5 stars I thought this was a good follow-up to the first book and felt that I got to know more of the characters. I especially liked the development of the coven and of Katie as a character. It was interesting to read about her powers and what she can and can't do with them. As with the first book, I was thoroughly invested throughout and was surprised by many of the twists in this book. Once again though, I was not a fan of the love triangle and still feel the space could have bee Rating: 4 out of 5 stars I thought this was a good follow-up to the first book and felt that I got to know more of the characters. I especially liked the development of the coven and of Katie as a character. It was interesting to read about her powers and what she can and can't do with them. As with the first book, I was thoroughly invested throughout and was surprised by many of the twists in this book. Once again though, I was not a fan of the love triangle and still feel the space could have been used to develop more plot or characters. Further, Margie the neighbor seemed like she didn't really have a purpose and her character seems to be a little forced. I do hope we get to know her more apart from being the neighbor who shows up at random, and often inopportune moments. Overall, I thought this was a good book that kept me engaged, but I was disappointed by a few things. Still, I am interested to see where Katie and the rest of the ladies will go next.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    I'm two books in now, and still thoroughly enjoying this series. Katie just keep falling over dead bodies, almost literally! And this time, they keep piling up! Those pesky druids just can't seem to keep body and soul together...but who, or what is doing them in? And why? And does the new dectective in town have to be quite so determined to connect Katie to these particular dots? And what on earth is it with this guy? He knows, or suspects far, far too much about Katie and the Spellbook Club for I'm two books in now, and still thoroughly enjoying this series. Katie just keep falling over dead bodies, almost literally! And this time, they keep piling up! Those pesky druids just can't seem to keep body and soul together...but who, or what is doing them in? And why? And does the new dectective in town have to be quite so determined to connect Katie to these particular dots? And what on earth is it with this guy? He knows, or suspects far, far too much about Katie and the Spellbook Club for comfort!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Rachel- Goodbye Borders

    3.5* This takes place about 6 mo after the first book. Katie is settled in and is learning about the Craft. The bakery is doing well, and they had to hire another person to help- Cookie one of the coven members. The mystery starts right away with the discovery of a dead body while Katie is out on a picnic with Declan. Katie still has 2 guys (Declan and Steve) that are interested in her (and they hate each other). Decent mystery. The love triangle appears to be resolved in this one (based on somet 3.5* This takes place about 6 mo after the first book. Katie is settled in and is learning about the Craft. The bakery is doing well, and they had to hire another person to help- Cookie one of the coven members. The mystery starts right away with the discovery of a dead body while Katie is out on a picnic with Declan. Katie still has 2 guys (Declan and Steve) that are interested in her (and they hate each other). Decent mystery. The love triangle appears to be resolved in this one (based on something Katie says at the end of this one). Steve's dad is an asshole. There is a new detective aware of the paranormal (Taite). We will see where Katie ends up next.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    This was a fun read. The mystery was quite interesting and I managed to guess who the killer was so that was cool. I didn't love this one as much as the previous book because in this one the love triangle took up way too much of the book. Particularly when one of the characters was not at all someone I liked. But I'm pretty sure the love triangle element is over now thankfully because I hate love triangles. Either way this was a fun, light read and I'm looking forward to the next one in the seri This was a fun read. The mystery was quite interesting and I managed to guess who the killer was so that was cool. I didn't love this one as much as the previous book because in this one the love triangle took up way too much of the book. Particularly when one of the characters was not at all someone I liked. But I'm pretty sure the love triangle element is over now thankfully because I hate love triangles. Either way this was a fun, light read and I'm looking forward to the next one in the series.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jaylee

    I have been in a huge depression mess for a few weeks, and this book was the first thing I genuinely 100% enjoyed in a LONG time. I devoured it in a day and made an emergency bookstore run to grab the rest of the series. This series is just SO FUN.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Stephani Austin

    Super fun read. I’m looking forward to seeing if the library has more of the series.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sarah {The Bookish Knitter}

    3.5 Stars Challenges: ♥ AMMP Cinderella’s Team: Week 11 Task: Tinker Bell: Read a book with a magical creature ♥ AMMP: Fairy Tale Bingo: Week 7: Hansel & Gretel: MPG Fantasy > Magic ♥ RRRC April 2018 Monthly Challenge #3. Featured Author Challenge - Joan Johnston (read an author with a letter 'C' initial) 3.5 Stars Challenges: ♥ AMMP Cinderella’s Team: Week 11 Task: Tinker Bell: Read a book with a magical creature ♥ AMMP: Fairy Tale Bingo: Week 7: Hansel & Gretel: MPG Fantasy > Magic ♥ RRRC April 2018 Monthly Challenge #3. Featured Author Challenge - Joan Johnston (read an author with a letter 'C' initial)

  30. 5 out of 5

    Alex Knipp

    These. Books. Are. So. Fun.

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