“A bewitched prison. A brother with a deadly request. Can a magical baker launch a jailbreak and still keep her prince in the process?
Imogen’s magical bakery is thriving and she loves the company of the Water Kingdom’s dashing prince. But she’s not so enamored with the time she’s forced to spend with his awful Royal Family. She also can’t help but worry that the increased media scrutiny could reveal her secret contact with the Royal Family’s sworn enemy: her own brother.
When her sibling shows up and demands Imogen spring his cronies out of jail, she flat out refuses. But when he threatens to hurt the ones she loves the most, she balances her allegiance to the prince with her plan for a covert prison break. Can Imogen keep up family appearances and avoid betraying the kingdom or will her pie-in-the-sky scheme become a recipe for disaster?
Airships, Crypts & Chocolate Chips is the sixth standalone book in a clever paranormal cozy mystery series. If you like crafty witches, charming romances, and fabulous French settings, then you’ll love Erin Johnson’s enchanting adventure.”
THIS IS AN AMAZING STORY! Finally, I can rejoin in answers to so so so so many questions I’ve been waiting for! I love how each character discovers themselves, and their own way a little more in each installment. The tight nit bakers are inspiring and hilarious. This book really brings to light why it’s so important not to learn everything about every character in book one. Erin has created a wonderful magical world and I can’t wait to see how Imogen and the gang try and tackle their next adventure.
If you are an avid Cozy Mystery reader, you will enjoy this refreshing spin on the genre. Erin weaves her mysteries into each book in unexpected ways to keep them inline with the normal lives of her characters. To top off the mystery, she has an over arching plot that spans all of the books. It has been an added bonus to an above average cozy mystery series. The Spells & Caramels series is a jackpot of two stories in one, within each book. These books are not quite stand alone, so make sure to start with book one to embark on the magical adventure!
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