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"It's nice to meet you, Mrer, stage, screen, and Japanese film star, but partyand thirty-two years, actually almost thirty-three now. And um, stuffto do So, talk later. I mean, you and me. M'kay? Gotta go." Ebenezer Falls, sleepy fishing village or murder central? The game's afoot in Dewitched from USA Today bestselling cozy mystery author Dakota Cassidy as Stevie, the "It's nice to meet you, Mr…er, stage, screen, and Japanese film star, but party…and thirty-two years, actually almost thirty-three now. And um, stuff…to do… So, talk later. I mean, you and me. M'kay? Gotta go." Ebenezer Falls, sleepy fishing village or murder central? The game's afoot in Dewitched from USA Today bestselling cozy mystery author Dakota Cassidy as Stevie, the powerless witch (or is she?), her bat familiar Belfry, and resident British ghost spy Winterbottom, hunt for a killer. Book 3 of the Witchless In Seattle Mysteries is a thrilling whodunit, and this time, it's personal! I, ex-witch Stevie Cartwright, do hereby solemnly swear to avoid future murder-mystery shenanigans, nosiness, tomfoolery, and any further crazy killer inflicted pain to my person, so help me goddess… Hah! Like I could help myself? But after busting my butt (literally!) on the last murder case in my beloved hometown of Ebenezer Falls, WA, I could use a nice long break. I was determined to take the time to enjoy the company of my bat familiar, Belfry; my British ex-spy ghost, Win; our adorable St. Bernard rescue, Whiskey; and of course our gorgeous home, Mayhem Manor, freshly and lovingly renovated. Until shazam—a dead man invites himself to our fancy housewarming party! When my mother's husband number five ends up deep-sixed in my parlor, it's not like I can't NOT try to solve this mystery, right? Especially if I ever want Mom to leave so I can get back to my semi-peaceful existence. But our work is definitely cut out for us this time. With Belfry's rascally bat family visiting and the two hundred or so guests, acrobats, mimes, cooks, catering staff, orchestra members—and a surprise guest who throws me for a loop in the house—suspects sure aren't a problem. Looks like it's time for another spirit-filled, witchless adventure in Ebenezer Falls! This cozy mystery has a complete cast of oddball characters from witches to ghosts and bats to psychics. Witchless In Seattle Mysteries is a spin-off of Dakota Cassidy's bestselling paranormal romance series, A Paris, Texas Romance.


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"It's nice to meet you, Mrer, stage, screen, and Japanese film star, but partyand thirty-two years, actually almost thirty-three now. And um, stuffto do So, talk later. I mean, you and me. M'kay? Gotta go." Ebenezer Falls, sleepy fishing village or murder central? The game's afoot in Dewitched from USA Today bestselling cozy mystery author Dakota Cassidy as Stevie, the "It's nice to meet you, Mr…er, stage, screen, and Japanese film star, but party…and thirty-two years, actually almost thirty-three now. And um, stuff…to do… So, talk later. I mean, you and me. M'kay? Gotta go." Ebenezer Falls, sleepy fishing village or murder central? The game's afoot in Dewitched from USA Today bestselling cozy mystery author Dakota Cassidy as Stevie, the powerless witch (or is she?), her bat familiar Belfry, and resident British ghost spy Winterbottom, hunt for a killer. Book 3 of the Witchless In Seattle Mysteries is a thrilling whodunit, and this time, it's personal! I, ex-witch Stevie Cartwright, do hereby solemnly swear to avoid future murder-mystery shenanigans, nosiness, tomfoolery, and any further crazy killer inflicted pain to my person, so help me goddess… Hah! Like I could help myself? But after busting my butt (literally!) on the last murder case in my beloved hometown of Ebenezer Falls, WA, I could use a nice long break. I was determined to take the time to enjoy the company of my bat familiar, Belfry; my British ex-spy ghost, Win; our adorable St. Bernard rescue, Whiskey; and of course our gorgeous home, Mayhem Manor, freshly and lovingly renovated. Until shazam—a dead man invites himself to our fancy housewarming party! When my mother's husband number five ends up deep-sixed in my parlor, it's not like I can't NOT try to solve this mystery, right? Especially if I ever want Mom to leave so I can get back to my semi-peaceful existence. But our work is definitely cut out for us this time. With Belfry's rascally bat family visiting and the two hundred or so guests, acrobats, mimes, cooks, catering staff, orchestra members—and a surprise guest who throws me for a loop in the house—suspects sure aren't a problem. Looks like it's time for another spirit-filled, witchless adventure in Ebenezer Falls! This cozy mystery has a complete cast of oddball characters from witches to ghosts and bats to psychics. Witchless In Seattle Mysteries is a spin-off of Dakota Cassidy's bestselling paranormal romance series, A Paris, Texas Romance.

30 review for Dewitched

  1. 5 out of 5

    ☕️Kimberly

    After the last local murder, Stevie is hoping for a return to normalcy. If normalcy is, a swanky housewarming party that her ghost, Win convinced her to have. Its a party complete with acrobats, orchestra members, and ice sculptures. She has invited all the townsfolk and Lord help her, even her mother. By now, the reader/listener knows that Stevies life is anything but normal. As the caterers set up, and the orchestra begins to tune their instruments, Stevie gets a surprise visitor and in the After the last local murder, Stevie is hoping for a return to normalcy. If normalcy is, a swanky housewarming party that her ghost, Win convinced her to have. It’s a party complete with acrobats, orchestra members, and ice sculptures. She has invited all the townsfolk and Lord help her, even her mother. By now, the reader/listener knows that Stevie’s life is anything but normal. As the caterers set up, and the orchestra begins to tune their instruments, Stevie gets a surprise visitor and in the next breath learns that Belfry’s family is arriving TODAY. Could things get worse? How about murder, in the dining room with a…wait that’s CLUE, however, there is a murder and her own mother becomes a suspect. In case you haven't guessed, I am thoroughly enjoying the Witchless Seattle series. Each book involves a new murder mystery that Stevie ends up getting involved in whether it is to clear her name, help a friend or in this case clear her own mother. Cassidy weaves an interesting case filled with plenty of suspects, local law enforcement, and spiritual entities. As Stevie investigates, we meet town folk and learn about our characters. In Dewitched, we learn more about the warlock, who took Stevie’s powers, meet the parents, spend time with Belfry’s wild and crazy relations and learn more about ex-spy and resident ghost Winterbottom. Cassidy does all this while weaving in hilarious banter, Stevie’s commentary all on Win’s smooth guidance. I love the little things, like the banter between local law enforcement and Stevie as she investigates. Cassidy delivers danger, twists and surprise suspects as Stevie snooping soon makes her a target. Secondary threads involving a certain Warlock, Win and the stranger who visited enhanced the overall ARC and kept me listening. While the murderer ended up surprising us, I enjoyed how Cassidy tied it all together. Whenever I listen to this series, I know I am in for a treat. Hollie Jackson’s voices for the characters from Win’s British accent to Belfry’s high-pitched squeals are brilliant. Cassidy’s snarky protagonist and slapstick humor lend themselves perfectly to the audiobook format. I cannot imagine simply reading these stories. This review was originally posted at Caffeinated Reviewer

  2. 5 out of 5

    ᴥ Irena ᴥ

    2.5 Dewitched is a bit better than the previous book, but not that much. I mean, I didn't hate it. It is still just an okay story, one which doesn't leave any lasting impression of any kind. The good: Stevie seems to have her magic somewhere buried deep down and Win is all for it getting it back. Since that's not what this story is about, this doesn't go anywhere. Next, they are having a party and someone gets murdered there. If you've read any of these books, you know she is not going to sit any 2.5 Dewitched is a bit better than the previous book, but not that much. I mean, I didn't hate it. It is still just an okay story, one which doesn't leave any lasting impression of any kind. The good: Stevie seems to have her magic somewhere buried deep down and Win is all for it getting it back. Since that's not what this story is about, this doesn't go anywhere. Next, they are having a party and someone gets murdered there. If you've read any of these books, you know she is not going to sit any wait. This time, though, she gets permission of sorts from Officer Nelson. I might have been wrong about him being a possible love interest. That would be Win. Why go the easy (read: alive and breathing) way. The good and bad: Stevie's mother. It was as if there were two different people in this book, both her mother. Not thrilled: the murderer popped out of nowhere. And I wish the issue with Stevie's magic was moved a bit further. And I don't know where to put that cliffhanger, so I'll just leave it here: the book ends with it. (view spoiler)[A man appears at her doorstep claiming to be Crispin Alistair Winterbottom. (hide spoiler)] You can read what it is in the next book's summary.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    4.5 Stars... Another riotous, rollicking whodunit with this zany cast of characters... Stevie's self centered, selfish mother makes an appearance in this book and all is not what it seems with her very posh life; when her current husband is murdered the hidden truths must be revealed and the past must be confronted... Add into that a surprise visit from an adorable, egotistical, absentee father and Stevie is at her breaking point... Thankfully she has Win, Bel, and Whiskey to pull her back from 4.5 Stars... Another riotous, rollicking whodunit with this zany cast of characters... Stevie's self centered, selfish mother makes an appearance in this book and all is not what it seems with her very posh life; when her current husband is murdered the hidden truths must be revealed and the past must be confronted... Add into that a surprise visit from an adorable, egotistical, absentee father and Stevie is at her breaking point... Thankfully she has Win, Bel, and Whiskey to pull her back from the brink... Let the sleuthing begin!... Oh, and did I mention that little surprise ending...hmm, looks like I better get started on that next read:)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sandee

    Oh my goodness! I couldn't believe the outrageous and hilarious situations in this book. I also couldn't put it down. Stevie and crew are solving another murder that happens in the middle of her housewarming party. Belfry's family is visiting (yep a family of bats) and Stevie's Mom, Step dad and a man claiming to be her biological dad join in the fun. Another well written mystery and lots of action. I'm on to book 4.

  5. 5 out of 5

    ~~~Sue~~~ O.

    As usual I love this series even though I am not a fan of the ciff hanger this particular bk leaves you with...

  6. 5 out of 5

    Imjussayin

    Dewitched:Witchless In Seattle Book 3 Read in chronological order. The Protagonist: Stevie Cartwright is a former witch. She has had her powers slapped out of her. Literally. Stevie is funny, feisty, self-deprecating smart and charming. Did I mention nosey? The Plot: Stevie is hosting a party at her new home. Her mother Dita arrives with her new husband, Bart the Warlock. Somebody murders Bart at Stevie's party. So this investigation is personal and complicated by the fact that Dita is looking for Dewitched:Witchless In Seattle Book 3 Read in chronological order. The Protagonist: Stevie Cartwright is a former witch. She has had her powers slapped out of her. Literally. Stevie is funny, feisty, self-deprecating smart and charming. Did I mention nosey? The Plot: Stevie is hosting a party at her new home. Her mother Dita arrives with her new husband, Bart the Warlock. Somebody murders Bart at Stevie's party. So this investigation is personal and complicated by the fact that Dita is looking for her next husband 24 hours after her last husband's death. Death, double-crossing, infidelity and bankruptcy. It is all here. I am a fan of the series. The books are well written. They draw you in and are page turners. This one has the right blend of humour, lightness, and drama. As usual, a strong supporting cast. We meet Stevie's dreaded mother and her father. Yes, it's all happening in this one. Look out for Uncle Ding, Belfry's uncle. I laughed out loud. A highly recommended read for cosy lovers (or not). What are you waiting for? Connect with me on Twitter Follow my blog on Bloglovin’ Book Rating Sexual Content: U Language: U Violent: U Would I read the next one or reread ?: Yesss My rating system (* = star) 0* Could not finish this book (waste of time) 1* Finished the book but didn't like it. 2* Finished the book it was okay. 3* A good read worth your time. 4* An excellent read often with a novel concept or unusual plot. 5* A magnificent read. A prominent example of the genre.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Madison Warner Fairbanks

    Dewitched by Dakota Cassidy 3rd in Th Witchless in Seattle paranormal cozy mystery series. Definitely read these in order. Each is progressive in character building as well as in references and building on storylines. Cute, humorous and entertaining. The mystery solving is more by happenstance than ability but she buts in, ask questions and stirs the pot. In the end, death investigation solved. I'm looking forward to the next book. The last few paragraphs in this book were a very successful Dewitched by Dakota Cassidy 3rd in Th Witchless in Seattle paranormal cozy mystery series. Definitely read these in order. Each is progressive in character building as well as in references and building on storylines. Cute, humorous and entertaining. The mystery solving is more by happenstance than ability but she buts in, ask questions and stirs the pot. In the end, death investigation solved. I'm looking forward to the next book. The last few paragraphs in this book were a very successful teaser to continue reading.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Berls

    After a bit of a break from the series it was fun to come back to Stevie's craziness! It was easy to jump back in and remember what was going on, which was fun. I read this a couple weeks ago and then binged the rest of the published books in the series without writing reviews... ooops. So bear with me on this quick review. I really like the characters, particularly Stevie's familiar Belfry and spy-ghost friend Win. Her relationship with the police really bothers me though. She makes fun of the After a bit of a break from the series it was fun to come back to Stevie's craziness! It was easy to jump back in and remember what was going on, which was fun. I read this a couple weeks ago and then binged the rest of the published books in the series without writing reviews... ooops. So bear with me on this quick review. I really like the characters, particularly Stevie's familiar Belfry and spy-ghost friend Win. Her relationship with the police really bothers me though. She makes fun of the detectives and acts like they are incompetent and she's more equipped to solve cases than they are. I can say, having binged the rest of the series, that this develops a bit and she does seem to grow in respect for the detectives. But in this book, it's still a problem. And while I get that Stevie having a mother that is self-involved is part of the back-story, it wasn't my favorite part of this story. I did, however, enjoy her meeting her dad for the first time. That was interesting and suspicious all in one. Overall it's fun and I quickly grabbed the next book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    I adore this character. She is definitely flawed, though it's not always pointed out like it might be. I love the interplay between characters too

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kristen

    I like this series but this was my least favourite of the books so far. I'm not a fan of family drama, so the whole story line with Stevie's mother arriving and creating havoc did not interest or engage me. If I were Stevie I'd have show the mother the door about 24 hours after she arrived based on how she behaved and treated Stevie. To be fair, the story line was wrapped up in a way that made sense, but I could have done without that whole aspect of the book. Happily, all the things I do like I like this series but this was my least favourite of the books so far. I'm not a fan of family drama, so the whole story line with Stevie's mother arriving and creating havoc did not interest or engage me. If I were Stevie I'd have show the mother the door about 24 hours after she arrived based on how she behaved and treated Stevie. To be fair, the story line was wrapped up in a way that made sense, but I could have done without that whole aspect of the book. Happily, all the things I do like about this series were here - I love Belfrey the familar, and meeting his family who visited in this book was also fun. I absolutely love Win! He is a perfect cozy hero and romantic leading man for Stevie . . . even if he's also dead and just a voice in her head . . . well, until the end of this book that is. The cliff hanger ending did not make me happy. I understand it, as a way to continue the suspense and the romantic tension between Win and Stevie, but I'm always a little irked by being left hanging by my fingernails at the end of a book. My favourite thing about this series is the humour that the author infuses into virtually every scene. Between Stevie's sarcastic response to the ridiculous situations she keeps finding herself in, to Win's reactions to her family or her bad choices these books always make me laugh out loud with their humour and I absolutely love that! Overall, this was an okay installment in series I like very much. I will definitely keep reading especially since the next book will bring the focus back to Stevie and Win, rather than family issues.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kelly at

    Review will be posted at www.books-n-kisses.com . NUMBER OF HEARTS: 4 Another exciting adventure of Stevie, Wyn, Belfry and the rest of Stevies band of misfits. But this time it is personal. Not only does death and murder seem to be following Stevie around like a the plague the last few months. This current murder is family. Well kinda, she did just meet the guy. But he was married to her mother. So, I guess they are family. Right? And of course it has to happen at Stevies house warming party. So Review will be posted at www.books-n-kisses.com . NUMBER OF HEARTS: 4 Another exciting adventure of Stevie, Wyn, Belfry and the rest of Stevie’s band of misfits. But this time it is personal. Not only does death and murder seem to be following Stevie around like a the plague the last few months. This current murder is family. Well kinda, she did just meet the guy. But he was married to her mother. So, I guess they are family. Right? And of course it has to happen at Stevie’s house warming party. So yeah, it is personal this time. As always, Ms. Cassidy writes a fun and snarky story that makes me love her characters (and her) all over again. There are a few things that happen in Dewitched that I can’t wait to see how Ms. Cassidy is going to solve. Ms. Jackson does another fantastic job of bring Ms. Cassidy’s characters to life. I am looking forward to the next book in this series! Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from Tantor Audio in exchange for an honest review. This review is my own opinion and not a paid review.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kelli Jo

    Welcome back to Ebenezer Falls! Come join Stevie, Win, Belfry, and Whiskey in their House Warming Party! Everyone will be there! Including Belfry's entire family, Stevie's momster, and surprise! surprise!, her FATHER! Join in the action as once again Stevie uses her gut instinct and Win's help to solve a murder. This is my favorite so far in the Witchless in Seattle Mysteries series!! Read them all!!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dianne Barskey

    Can the relationship between Stevie and her mother change? You can find out when you read this book. Win, aka Winterbottom, continues to help Stevie solve another murder. This time it is her step-father who is killed in her parlor. Once again Dakota creates a page turner that you don't want to put down. It is difficult to wait to start the next one.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mhairi

    What can I say adore this series. We find out a little bit more about our debonaire spy guy and we get to meet the Bats, Bel's crazy family. The only issue I had with this one is the turnaround of Stevie's Mom. I can't say enough positive things about this series.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lois Alston

    Loved it Seeing Stevie get along with her mother. Her mother finally waking up. Stevie meeting her father and liking him. Her seeing what her spy looks like.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Michele

    This is the first book in this series that I have reviewed, third in the series though. The first two books had been sitting in my Kindle for a couple years (yes, I'm way behind on reading recommended books) and I read them so fast I wasn't sure if a review was warranted. It is. These books are a joy to read. They are simple, fun/funny and a nice break from heavier reading. They are mysteries mixed with a little paranormal background that make them hilarious at times. The writing reminds me a This is the first book in this series that I have reviewed, third in the series though. The first two books had been sitting in my Kindle for a couple years (yes, I'm way behind on reading recommended books) and I read them so fast I wasn't sure if a review was warranted. It is. These books are a joy to read. They are simple, fun/funny and a nice break from heavier reading. They are mysteries mixed with a little paranormal background that make them hilarious at times. The writing reminds me a bit of Jana Deleon. Looking for something fun to read, check out the first one in the series, Witch Slapped, free on Amazon Kindle.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lory

    Loved it!!! This enjoyable and entertaining read was fantastic I have laughed so much with Stevie and her gang with all of there shenanigans. In this book we got introduced to so many new faces wasn't expecting the surprise twist. This was definitely a pages turner it had the right blend of humour, drama, and suspense to have you hooked from beginning to end. I'm totally looking forward to reading the next book in the series. I voluntarily read and review this ARC no minority compensation was Loved it!!! This enjoyable and entertaining read was fantastic I have laughed so much with Stevie and her gang with all of there shenanigans. In this book we got introduced to so many new faces wasn't expecting the surprise twist. This was definitely a pages turner it had the right blend of humour, drama, and suspense to have you hooked from beginning to end. I'm totally looking forward to reading the next book in the series. I voluntarily read and review this ARC no minority compensation was received the opinions I have expressed are my own.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kamie

    It's been a while since I read the last book in this series but it was effortless to pick up where I left off. I'll have to pick the next book up sooner than I did last time because of the cliffhanger it ended on.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    Mystery and Intrigue Fun enjoyable read. This story is another installment of the happens of Stevie. It is full of murder, mystery, and mayhem. This is a wonderful and entertaining murder mystery.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Darlingmichie

    Another fantastic mystery I dragged my chains a bit with this book because I couldnt stand Dita! A very well written mystery that kept me guessing as to who the killer is! Cant wait to start the next book in this series. Another fantastic mystery I dragged my chains a bit with this book because I couldn’t stand Dita! A very well written mystery that kept me guessing as to who the killer is! Can’t wait to start the next book in this series.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    "This cozy mystery has a complete cast of oddball characters from witches to ghosts and bats to psychics" I do love all of Dakota Cassidy's work. They are fun and funny and highly entertaining. If you have read one - I want to know what you are waiting on!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Hsu Lee

    Stevie decided to have a house warming party. Everything seems to be going well, until her stepfather is murdered. Once again, Stevie has to put on her detective hat. Stevie is assembling the whole gang for a new adventure. Stevie, Belfry, Winterbottom, and Whiskey are ready for some sleuthing.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jean

    Another enjoyable romp I am definitely on #teamstevieandwin. Without giving anything away I really loved finding out more about Stevie's past. Truly love Dakota Cassidy's stories. Fast paced and giggle worthy. I recommend this series to everybody.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Black Bones

    I like how the author is doing a good job at keeping things fresh! Even though there are many repetitive scenes, each one carves a new image into your brain. :)

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kez Green

    Loving the series I read this one in two days I havent found one in the series I dont live yet so on to the next! If you love cosy mysteries especially paranormal ones this is for you Loving the series I read this one in two days I haven’t found one in the series I don’t live yet so on to the next! If you love cosy mysteries especially paranormal ones this is for you

  26. 4 out of 5

    Darla

    Loved it! Love this series!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    these are just a bunch of fun to listen to on commute! silly, easy, charming.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    that ending, wtf?!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Marydelp

    Worth the money. Excellent series. Going to start book four now. Definitely worth the money for this series. Have a great time reading.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Melanie

    These books are great up until the ending. They remind me of Stephen King's books in a way, where everything just explodes and you are like "wtf is happening?"

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