Starting a new job at Enchantments antique shop, Maggie O'Neill is unexpectedly immersed in mystery when her boss, a self-proclaimed witch, is arrested for murdering her estranged sister, a crime in which it is up to Maggie to prove her innocence, with a little help from beyond.
While trying to master her newfound powers, witch Maggie O'Neill investigates the murder of a local teenage princess and, with some mystical intervention and help from her boss, casts a spell to trap a killer.
Maggie O'Neill finds mystical mayhem at the countywide craft bazaar when a hunky Amish furniture-maker, who has a special way with the ladies, is found dead with a strange hex symbol etched near his corpse.
While watching TV reruns, minding the magic store, figuring out her love life, and caring for her bedridden sister, Maggie O'Neill must deal with the undead when her friend's husband's seemingly accidental death turns out to be murder.
"A carnival has rolled into Stony Mill, and Maggie joins in the revelry but comes across a construction worker arguing intensely with a young woman. Later that day, the woman is found dead, and fingers point to the worker: Ty Bennett. Ty was part of the construction crew that unexpectedly unearthed a buried cellar--along with something supernatural--during the demolition of a local church. Now it's up to Maggie to uncover the dark spiritual energy...
Maggie is at the hospital visiting her sister who has just given birth to twins when she overhears a conversation that might be about a murder that might happen. Now she just has to figure out if her guesses are correct and how to stop the killing, that is, if the killers haven't already carried out their plan.
Maggie O'Neill's dream of a new place to live turns into a nightmare: the apartment manager is found dead before she can even sign the lease. And Maggie finds herself not only searching for a new home--but for a frightfully clever killer.