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  • Mass Market Paperback: 318 pages
  • Publisher: Signet Book (1 July 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0451467418
  • ISBN-13: 978-0451467416
  • Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 2.4 x 17.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 521,255 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Oygen on 19 Oct. 2014
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Light hearted and fun. Not as good as earlier books in the series but still a fun read.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Book four of a series 22 July 2014
By C. Broussard - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
I really like this author's books. There are four books out at this time. The latest one was an Amazon suggestion and I bought them all. It was a really good buy and I will be keeping them. I will also be looking for the nest one. I don't normally buy mysteries but I will be looking at more of them since these are so much better than so many of the romances that are coming out, There was a good story, no constant TMI sex page after page, no book long melodrama about 'I love him/her but he/she doesn't love me so I will have to go away so he/she can be happy', and I couldn't figure out who did it before the end.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Magically delicious! 4 July 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on
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Movies, magic AND bakery goodies? Each chapter was a satisfying treat, sprinkled with favorite characters who continue to show us new tricks. Savannah is touted to be one of the most haunted cities in the USA, and this book gives us a spirited (yes, I went there) ride!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
My favorite of the series so far! 21 Sept. 2014
By Stephanie Leroux - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Truthfully, I was a little disappointed when I read Charms and Chocolate Chips, book 3 of this series. However, this fourth book has redeemed the series and I find myself looking forward to the release of the next book. My main concern with the previous book was that Katie Lightfoot was newly aware of being a lightwitch, but had no clue what it meant. She speculated about it, wondered about it, but didn't try to find out what it meant. Now, in this book, at least she's trying to find out what it means and has learnt to accept that she's different from other witches. Her investigation into lightwitches doesn't go very far unfortunately because the one that revealed her ability, Detective Taite, seems to have disappeared. We might not know more about what it means to be a lightwitch, but at least Katie is trying to find out more.

The murder mystery of the story was ordinary but still fun to follow. It was definitely a mystery since I never suspected who the murderer was until the very end. The motive was kind of hard to understand but all in all, I think it came to a nice close. I especially liked the fact that the victim was part of the crew that was filming a movie in downtown Savannah, Georgia. Obviously Katie gets involved in yet another murder investigation since her bakery was hired to cater the movie set. She seems to be attracted to murder mysteries, and always finds a way into the investigation.

What I found interesting in this book is the fact that we don't actually see lots of magic being performed. The author decided to introduce us to a new character instead and Ursula Banford just so happens to be a psychic, someone able to communicate with the dead. The coven decides to hold a séance to find out more about who the murderer was, and while the séance doesn't reveal much about the killer, it does reveal something unexpected about one of the participants of the séance.

This next paragraph contains a slight spoiler so you might want to avoid it (however it won't spoil too much). One thing I was not expecting was Declan having some magical powers. From the start of the series, he hasn't been very understanding about his girlfriend Katie's magic and her dedication to learn more about it, but in time, he has learnt to accept it. It came to a total shock when we were made aware that one of his ancestors had some magical power and was rumored to have been a leprechaun. This magic or spiritual power has more or less manifested in Declan in this book. He is not happy with his new (latent) ability, that's for sure. However, it does bring a new and interesting twist to the series.

I'm glad the ending wasn't rushed. In the previous books, I found that once the mystery was solved, the booked ended a few pages later. This time around, we were able to see how everything fell into place. It also answered a lot of questions. SOME ENCHANTED ÉCLAIR might just be my favorite of the series. I really hope we see more of Bailey Cates's Magical Bakery series because to me, while not being exiting or riveting, her books are a nice change of pace and always get me out of a reading rut.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I love this series but 22 July 2014
By Avid Reader - Published on
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I love this series but......I was a little aggravated. I am rooting for Steve and Katie. Declan just doesn't seem right for Katie's character. I hope this is in the stars for the next book. Great story. Just wasn't the character relationship development I was hoping to see.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A Magical Read! 3 July 2014
By Bella McGuire - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Hollywood has come to Savannah with the shooting of a film called Love in Revolution. Katie and her Aunt Lucy are called in to step in as caterer, when the previous caterer was fired. However what starts as just another job turns out to be a deadly murder mystery when Simon Knapp, the Production Coordinator, is found killed – stabbed with a knife from the Honeybee Bakery! Katie and the gang at the Honeybee Bakery start to investigate and try to unravel the mystery.

I’ve really enjoyed the previous mysteries in this series. They are simply spellbinding with mouth-watering recipes after the adventure. This latest adventure, however, tops the previous mysteries and provides a page-turning mystery, that is one of the best I’ve ever read.

With each book Katie Lightfoot is finding out more about her witchy powers. She’s a lightwitch and also a “catalyst”, meaning she seems to attract trouble! She, nor the members of her spellbook club (coven), are surprised when the victim Simon, reveals via a psychic, that it will be Katie that will find his killer! It was enjoyable to read the subtle blend of magic and mystery, with Katie heading the adventure and solving the mystery.

My favourite thing about this series is that it evolves at a realistic pace. From the start I was captivated by the spark between Declan, fireflighter, and Katie, and I really enjoyed the twist that Bailey Cates put into their relationship in Some Enchanted Eclair. Fans of Declan and Katie will certainly enjoy this sub-plot, as much as I did.

If you haven’t discovered the Magical Bakery Mysteries I highly encourage you to race to your bookstore and pick them up today. While you are there pick up all four because you are going to want to read them back-to-back and fall head over heels for these spellbinding witches!
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