One Potion in the Grave is a great paranormal mystery. I did not know who the killer was and people kept showing up with blood on them. The high profile wedding was interesting and I wondered how far the family of the groom would go to keep the wedding on track, especially when someone wants to object, but they are silenced.
There were great descriptive words in this book, like peacockiness and witchy senses! I also liked all the different potion possibilities (hair loss, love etc.). The most interesting part was that all this drama started because of someone born on the wrong side of the tracks. If only people would accept who their family members choose to love, then no one would have died.
I still am a bit confused, because on page 292 out of 316 someone gets poisoned again. This made me rethink the previous 291 pages! It really had me guessing until the end and then the end was a cliffhanger.
This is the second book in a series and I cannot wait to read books one and three.
From the author of the Wishcraft Mysteries
Carly Bell Hartwell’s love potions are always in demand in Hitching Post, Alabama, the wedding capital of the South.?
When Katie Sue Perrywinkle walks into the Little Shop of Potions, Carly is surprised and delighted to see her old childhood friend. Katie Sue fled her hometown and a troubled family over a decade ago. But she’s not back for a social visit. She’s come to settle a score with Senator Warren Calhoun, who is in town for his son’s high-profile wedding.
But before Katie Sue has a chance to voice any objections, she’s forced to forever hold her peace. After finding her friend dead, Carly vows to find her murderer. Were the corrupt Calhouns willing to go to any lengths to avoid a scandal? Did Katie Sue’s family take the term ?bad blood” to a whole new level? And why did the bride-to-be come to Carly for a love potion? As Carly gets closer to the truth, a killer is planning a very chilly reception.