Stacy Justice is just your average green-eyed, redheaded, twenty-something witch who would rather focus on her job as a reporter than practice the crazy magic her grandmother and great-aunts are into. She’s perfectly content to spend her free time hanging with her cop boyfriend and her gassy... show more
Stacy Justice is just your average green-eyed, redheaded, twenty-something witch who would rather focus on her job as a reporter than practice the crazy magic her grandmother and great-aunts are into. She’s perfectly content to spend her free time hanging with her cop boyfriend and her gassy Great Dane and helping her cousin Cinnamon run the Black Opal bar. But when the Opal goes up in flames, Stacy may need that magic after all. The blaze was arson—and Cinnamon is the prime suspect.
Determined to clear her cousin’s name, Stacy digs deep into the crime and makes a shocking discovery amid the rubble. It’s clear someone wants her dead— and she’ll have to dodge everything from angry motorists to exploding chickens to survive. It’s time to dust off her so-called magic skills. But will they be there when she needs them? With its strong, sexy heroine and her razor-sharp wit, and its collection of eccentric small-town characters, Opal Fire introduces a bewitching new mystery series.
Publish date: 2012-12-18
Publisher: Thomas & Mercer
Pages no: 282
Edition language: English
Series: A Stacy Justice Mystery (#1)
Stacy Justice gives up her promising career as a journalist to return home and help her witch family. In a small town, things are supposed to be slow but Stacy quickly discovers that small towns also harbor secrets, when her cousins bar burns down and the remains of a woman are found hidden in the ...
Opal Fire tells the story of Stacy Justice, an investigative reporter and reluctant witch. The book opens with a fire at Stacy's cousin's bar, the Black Opal. When her cousin is accused of arson she's determined to find out what really happened. The baddie wasn't obvious, which isn't always the c...
I don't have that much to say about this one. I read some of the reviews for this one, and many said this book is rally funny. I don't get it. I didn't find any of it funny. Ridiculous maybe, but not funny. I've got the second one for kindle (it was also a freebie) so I might read it at some point, ...
The beginning was slow, but things picked up. I thought Stacy was smart at times and I liked her go get 'em attitude. Other times I thought she was immature and stupid (make that REALLY stupid). The mystery and who-did-it was good. One thing that bothered me: at the beginning Stacy gets burned....