The Witches of Doyle: Cozy Mystery Boxed Set (The Witches of Doyle #1-3) by Kirsten Weiss


Title: The Witches of Doyle: Cozy Mystery Boxed Set
Author: Kirsten Weiss
Published: Dec. 9, 2017
Publisher: Misterio Press
Pages: 1123
Genre: Cozy Mystery, Paranormal and Urban
Review: ebook provided by Red Coat Publishing
Buy Links: Amazon,

Three sisters. Three mysteries. Three love affairs.
In a small town where magic lies hidden in its foundations and forests, three sisters must learn to master their powers and shatter a curse that threatens to destroy them all.

Get the three-book set of Doyle Witch cozy mysteries
Bound by magic, bound by love, bound by murder…
The Bonheim triplets live seemingly ordinary lives, hiding their magic from their neighbors in the small, mountain town of Doyle, California. But when a body is found in big sister Jayce’s coffee shop, Karin is determined to prove Jayce innocent.
A murder isn’t the only bizarre event in Doyle. Why are hikers vanishing in the nearby woods? Why are some people cursed with bad luck and others with good? And why is Karin’s magic the weakest of the three sisters’?
As Karin digs deep to uncover the truth and regain her magic, her family is thrown into peril. Will her power return too late to save the people she loves the most, or will it be the cause of disaster?
Spells included at the back of the book!
Her magic flows from the earth…
Jayce Bonheim is on the sheriff’s radar and not in a good way.
Always the reckless one of her triplet sisters, Jayce is trying to turn over a new leaf. No more wild partying. No more one night stands. But when someone leaves a dead body in her pickup truck, her resolve to become the sensible sister is sorely tested.
Caught in a web of love, murder, and magic, Jayce must clear her name and discover who is behind the curse that holds her family and town in thrall.
Spells included at the back of the book!
The answers lie below…
A shamanic witch and a poet, Lenore Bonheim hides in the world of books to escape reality, which for her includes seeing ghosts and forecasting death. But when her employer and friend dies under suspicious circumstances, she must use all her skills – magical and mundane – to find the killer and save her two sisters and her town.
As the three sisters pull together to stave off a growing menace, Lenore must discover what it means to be in this world and of it.

Spells included at the back of the book!

I received this book via Red Coat PR to give my honest opinion.

I notice that I don't really usually read cozy mysteries and I am not sure why they are actually enjoyable when they written greatly.
So we have three different stories and each one builds on the story before it.
Bound is the story we start off with and we are introduced to the three sisters. Lenore, Jayce and Karin who live in this magically town but yet they don't know this. They just feel drawn to this place they call home. While their aunt is on her death bed and speaking in crazy riddles Jayce is being investigated by the police for a murder that happened in her store. With the help of her sisters and her attorney which has more of a stake with the town of Doyle they will uncover something not so good. What is different about these witches is that they are the first in their line of family to be born as triplets, because when ever this family gets a birth the mother always dies with the father following and they are no exception. They can break this curse they just have to figure it all out.
In book two Ground we are focused more on Jayce, this poor lady can not catch a break with the deaths happening all around her. Thank goodness her attorney is still willing to help her out. Jayce will find herself in a pickle and will do everything to find out who is behind all that is going on. It seems that everything is connected from the murders, to the missing hikers, to the pub going missing, the curse of the triplets family, and the beauty within the town will they be able to stop the person or nonperson before it is too late.
Last but not least is the last book within this box set and it is called Down. This story still has the sisters within it but we are focused on Lenore and what she can do. It seems it will take all the sisters to put an end to the curse but Lenore because of her powers can spirit travel and find the information they need to put a stop to this fae that has a power over their town. I think Lenore was my favorite character even though I enjoyed the other two sisters, I guess because I love books and can relate to losing yourself when you read. I also loved how Lenore could spirit walk between the worlds to me that is just neat!
There is love, family, and magic all wrapped up in a good box set.
Character wise they were well developed the town of Doyle seems like a good town even with the magic that is there. The author had a good twist with Brayden coming clean to how his life intertwined  with the sisters. I also liked who the fae was and who was helping this person out. I kinda sorta figured something was up but wasn't 100 percent sure.
Overall a good book the only thing that did bother me was when I started book two and book three I was a bit confused on who I was reading as I didn't realize we were switching characters and point of view.

Kirsten WeissKirsten Weiss has never met a dessert she didn’t like, and her guilty pleasures are watching Ghost Whisperer re-runs and drinking red wine. The latter gives her heartburn, but she drinks it anyway.

Now based in San Mateo, CA, she writes genre-blending cozy mystery, supernatural and steampunk suspense, mixing her experiences and imagination to create vivid worlds of fun and enchantment.

If you like funny cozy mysteries, check out her Pie Town, Paranormal Museum and Wits’ End books. If you’re looking for some magic with your mystery, give the Witches of Doyle, Riga Hayworth and Rocky Bridges books a try. And if you like steampunk, the Sensibility Grey series might be for you.
Kirsten sends out original short stories of mystery and magic to her mailing list. If you’d like to get them delivered straight to your inbox, make sure to sign up for her newsletter at

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