It seems the new witch – who seems to be focused on entrenching herself in Hemlock Cove as fast as possible – might also be a suspect. Little is planning an impromptu festival and there’s a new witch in town. The murder has ritual overtones, and Bay is worried that everyone will start pointing fingers at the real witches if a suitable suspect isn’t found.
That’s only one of her problems, though. She has her hands full thanks to her imminent purchase of The Whistler … and the fact that Landon and Thistle seem to be butting heads while sharing the same roof. The question is: is scarlet Darksbane a real witch?Bay is in the middle of all of it. She’s definitely on aunt tillie’s radar, and the elderly Winchester is determined to uncover all of Scarlet’s secrets.
It’s up to bay, landon, aunt tillie and the rest of the motley crew to figure out the truth and head off a killer before another victim falls prey to a demented fiend with murder on his or her mind. The big question is: will Bay survive to uncover the truth or will she be the next victim?
Murder Most Witchy Wicked Witches of the Midwest Book 10Faith is key, because Landon needs it and so does she. The final fight is one no one saw coming, and it brings Landon and the Winchesters full circle as they once again find themselves walking into a corn maze looking for trouble … and desperate to protect one of their own. When the end comes, someone Bay loves with her whole heart is in danger, and survival isn’t a given.
That’s true for Bay Winchester more than anybody else. Her boyfriend landon michaels is away from town on an undercover assignment for the FBI and Bay is struggling not to let worry and unease rule over her life. For her part, bay has to dig deep for courage – deeper than she ever dreamed, in fact. Between her issues with Landon and his refusal to step away from the case, things are about to come to a head.
Landon is determined to protect Bay at all costs, even if it means going to war with the people he once considered colleagues. Bay has her hands full even when her heart feels empty. A chance encounter with Landon while he’s undercover leaves Bay exposed … and furious. By the time landon returns to make things right, things spiral further out of control when Bay is attacked in her own home and wakes to find a dead body on the lawn.
The dead woman has ties to landon’s case and when the investigation is given to the Michigan State Police instead of Landon and Chief Terry, Bay knows she’s in trouble. Aunt tillie has a plan, though, so there’s absolutely nothing to worry about.
The Trouble With Witches Wicked Witches of the Midwest Book 9Surviving the ordeal won’t be easy, but it’s all hands on deck – this time literally – for another wacky Winchester adventure. Meeting her boyfriend’s parents is a big deal. The belligerent ghosts set their sights on someone in the Winchester household … it’s just not Bay, for a change … and everyone has to rally together if they expect to make it out alive.
If ghosts and parental visits weren’t bad enough, Hemlock Cove has a firebug. Someone is going after business owners and festival booths and the culprit is getting more and more daring. An afternoon visit knocks bay for a metaphysical loop with ugly visions of a tragedy long since forgotten – by everyone but the dead.
Two forms of evil are bound to collide, but when and where?It’s going to take all of the Winchesters – and their friends – to solve a mystery decades in the making. The winchester witches are in a tizzy. Sam cornell’s parents are coming to town and Clove is beside herself. The answers are there if they can dig deep enough to find them.
It doesn’t help that her cousins can’t stop making fun of her, which is the Winchester way, of course. In addition to the cornells' imminent visit, the Winchesters are also dealing with Sam’s new tanker.
Charms & Witchdemeanors Wicked Witches of the Midwest Book 8Bodies start piling up as old grudges overlap with new clues and the Winchesters are caught in the crossfire. Bay is determined to clear her great-aunt’s name but even she has her doubts when the victim’s ghost points a finger … directly at Aunt Tillie. Tillie winchester’s past is about to come back to haunt her, and what she sees as fun and games someone else sees as a recipe for murder.
When a local woman is poisoned at Hemlock Cove’s senior center, Aunt Tillie is the prime suspect. Bay, thistle and clove don’t believe their great-aunt is guilty – although Thistle is fine if the police want to haul her away for a long weekend. Everyone in town is suspicious, but things spiral out of control when FBI Agent Landon Michaels’ boss believes he can’t be objective where his girlfriend’s family is concerned and sends another agent to lead the investigation.
. It’s all hands on deck for an explosive showdown that proves some secrets are best left buried. Bay just hopes she won’t end up buried, too. The new agent is gung-ho, headstrong and making witchy enemies at every turn. When the investigation turns to the past instead of the present, Aunt Tillie refuses to talk and a long held Hemlock Cove secret risks being exposed.
Life's a Witch Wicked Witches of the Midwest Book 7It’s clear they’re up to something, but no one can figure out what. Aunt tillie is loading for bear. And then you die. Bay winchester is living the witch part – literally. She’s declared war on her sister, and she’s not taking prisoners – or looking to skirt collateral damage. When a young man’s body shows up at hollow creek, bay’s attention is divided thanks to a morose ghost who blames her for ending “party time” and Aunt Tillie’s refusal to back down.
Fbi agent landon michaels enjoys watching the show, although he’s worried the dead man’s ties to the local drug trade could put the Winchesters in danger due to Aunt Tillie’s “glaucoma medicine” side business. Local kids are trying to steal from the property, aunt Willa is trying to undermine everyone and Aunt Tillie has a secret that she’s dying to spill – that is when she’s not protecting her land with a shotgun.
Bay is determined to find answers, even if she dies in the process. She’s hoping to avoid the dying part. The winchester world is full of trouble when great-aunt Willa and cousin Rosemary come to town. Life's a witch.
A Witchmas Carol: A Wicked Witches of the Midwest FantasyThat should mean hugs and happiness, right? Yeah, try toil and trouble instead. Bay and landon have to work their way through memories of the past, guilt over the present and absolute terror when facing their future if they expect to come out the other side. Things are about to get merry … and maybe a little messy … for the Winchesters.
Of course, since she’s aunt Tillie, her dose of retribution comes in the form of her favorite holiday Christmas stories. For bay and landon, that means they’re shoved into A Witchmas Carol, one of Aunt Tillie’s favorite tales. Christmas is here but the Winchester witches aren’t exactly teeming with good cheer.
Well, they are, but it’s not the sort of Christmas cheer Aunt Tillie wants waiting for her under this year’s tree. When aunt tillie finds out her great-nieces want to separate for Christmas Day – forgoing the family’s annual tradition – she decides to teach them a little lesson. There’s no better time to hitch a ride on the mayhem sleigh.
A witchmas carol is a fantasy set in the Wicked Witches of the Midwest World. To escape, they have to figure out exactly what Aunt Tillie wants … and she’s got a few tricks up her sleeve. So, it’s that time of the year. It falls between a witch Before Dying and All My Witches in the timeline.
Witch Me Luck Wicked Witches of the Midwest Book 6With landon by her side, and lila nipping at her heels, Bay is going to have to find a way to survive and keep her family together. When suspicion falls upon Sam Cornell, the Winchesters have to gather together to prove his innocence or guilt. Clove is despondent, thistle is on a revenge mission and Aunt Tillie is … well … Aunt Tillie.
Hemlock cove is celebrating a magical birthday, and familiar faces from different places are descending on the town to participate in the party. Everyone is looking forward to the festivities except Bay Winchester, who would rather be hiding from her high school nemesis than chatting her up in the town square.
Lila stevens hasn’t changed since graduation, and Bay remains her favorite target. As usual, the Winchester witches are in an uproar. As the clues start to fit together, Bay realizes she has to wade through a pack of lies to find the truth. Bay would like to ignore her, but lila isn’t making it easy – especially when she sets her sights on FBI Agent Landon Michaels.
Unfortunately for bay, she can’t focus on that predicament when the Hemlock Cove Savings & Loan is held up and a local teller is shot.
Something to Witch About Wicked Witches of the Midwest Book 5And then you die. It's the dying part vexing Bay Winchester these days. She may be a long-suffering daughter, and keyed-up girlfriend, thankless newspaper editor, but she's barely holding off a royal freakoutLandon's family is visiting the inn -- and they're not exactly open minded. Bay is on a mission to hide her witchy ways, but the discovery of a body -- and the poltergeist that accompanies it -- at The Overlook tips everything into turmoil.
Landon's mother doesn't trust them -- and his Aunt Blanche is moving in on Aunt Tillie's man which is causing more trouble than anyone saw coming. The problem is, she won't admit it. Landon is on vacation. That's on top of the fact that Bay's mom and aunts are feigning eternal ignorance. The poltergeist is out for blood, though -- and it will only settle for Winchester blood.
When everything comes to a head, a long-held Hemlock Cove secret will be unveiled -- and it's not what anyone is expecting. Clove is hiding something -- and it has nothing to do with the poltergeist. That's on top of the paranormal havoc the poltergeist is wreaking in every corner of town. Bay and thistle are convinced Aunt Tillie knows something about the body the construction company unearthed while erecting her beloved greenhouse.
Life's a witch.
Make A Witch: A Wicked Witches of the Midwest FantasyLittle is now the most popular woman in town. It’s up to bay, landon and the rest of the Winchester family to stop the mayhem before it spreads, and to track down everyone who made a wish and force them to reverse it. It’s all hands on deck for another crazy adventure. Little herself – and Landon and Bay are eager to attend the unveiling.
And, along the way, they might just learn something about themselves … that is if they survive the madcap wishes and Mrs. Little’s wrath, of course. It seems someone else has other ideas. Hemlock cove is buzzing with activity – and very little of it has to do with Thanksgiving. The town is christening a new wishing well – dedicated by Mrs.
Bay winchester and Landon Michaels are looking forward to a quiet holiday. Little a lesson and it backfired of course. That’s on top of the fact that bay is convinced she saw a human being flying over Aunt Tillie’s pot field and a pair of elderly Overlook guests can’t stop mauling each other in public places.
Bay figures out what’s going on … and it all comes back to that wishing well. The town tutor is walking around with his own personal harem, there’re rumors that a woman is holding a Star Trek actor in her home a few blocks away and Mrs.
Witching On A Star Wicked Witches of the Midwest Book 4As construction starts, though, bay is approached by a young girl – one she quickly realizes is no longer among the living – and given a task. The little girl wants her mother – and she wants Bay to find her. If that wasn't bad enough, bay's boss has brought in a consultant who wants to up the whistler's production to three times a week, Bay's father and uncles are in the midst of opening their own rival inn – which has the middle generation of Winchester witches in a tizzy and Aunt Tillie on the warpath – and FBI agent Landon Michaels is finally embracing the truth about witchcraft.
In short order, bay finds out that there may be more than one ghost in need of help, Landon is still suspicious when it comes to the Winchesters and Aunt Tillie finds she has an unlikely suitor in pursuit of her curmudgeonly affections, which doesn't stop her from cursing the youngest witches in the family when the mood hits.
It's just a normal week in hemlock cove – that is until the truth about two small ghosts blows sky high and brings a world of trouble to the Winchester witches' doorstep. Note: these books are full of sarcasm and are a little bit snarky -- so read only if you like to laugh and you aren't easily offended.
Unfortunately, just the opposite is true. As a way to distract aunt tillie, the Winchester family has decided to give her a new project: Her own greenhouse. This is the fourth book in the Wicked Witches of the Midwest mystery series. When you're a witch, being wicked comes naturally.
How Aunt Tillie Stole Christmas: A Wicked Witches of the Midwest ShortYou’ll never be the same again. Note: this is a 28, 000-word short set in the Wicked Witches of the Midwest world. Fourteen years ago, Christmas hit Walkerville with a bang. Of course, that’s part of the appeal for Tillie so she’s considering it a win. Three boys – all of them with a little attitude – have no idea what to expect from the Winchester household.
No matter what, tillie is sure they’re about to get more than they bargained for. It’s set back in the past so it can be read in any order. Or, rather, a big ball of fire. When a local group home for orphaned children goes up in smoke right before the holidays, Tillie Winchester volunteers her family to take in some kids – even though her arch nemesis Margaret Little is dead-set against it.
In short order, they’re welcomed into the family at the same time the town is on edge due to a second fire. Tillie is determined to prove the boys are innocent while also finding them a forever home … even if she has to take on a local judge and declare all out war to do it. So, hang your stockings by the fire and sit back for another Christmas with the Winchesters.